Should You Invest In ACC, TCS, ONGC, Puravankara? #AskBQ
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On Tuesday’s episode, Sandeep Jain, chairman Tradeswift Broking Pvt. Ltd., and Rahul Randeria, technical analyst (equity) at IFCI FInancial Services gave their views on Eicher Motors, ACC, TCS, Puravankara and many more.
Watch the full interaction here:
Here are the edited excerpts of the interview:
Rajendra Prasad: Is it the right time to invest in Eicher Motors and Bosch with a long-term view?
Sandeep Jain: I would recommend the investors to wait and watch. Buy at lower levels.
Mayur Chheda: I bought 500 shares of Reliance Naval and Engineering at Rs 50 apiece, and 5,000 shares of Suzlon Energy at Rs 15 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: I would recommend the investor to hold Suzlon with a stoploss of Rs 12.50, and review position at Rs 15.50 levels.
Sandeep Jain: I recommend a hold on Reliance Naval and Engineering.
Aaarish Nissar: I bought 100 shares of Aurobindo Pharma at Rs 795 apiece with a two-year-view. Should I hold or sell?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend a hold on the stock.
Rakesh Tiwari: I bought 500 shares of ACC at Rs 1,810 apiece with a five-year-view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: I recommend to hold the stock with a stoploss of Rs 1,550.
Raman Mann: I want to invest in the infrastructure space for a long-term. Which one of IRB Infra and Dilip Buildcon is a better bet?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend Ashoka Buildcon, ITD Cementation, Sadbhav Engineering, HCC, NCC in the infrastructure space.
Ankur Sheth: I bought 200 shares of Delta Corp at Rs 260 apiece with a six-month-view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: With a six-month-view, I would recommend the investor to accumulate in a slow and staggered manner and wait for consolidation.
Amol Wagh: I bought 1,000 shares of Rain Industries at Rs 40 a few years ago. Should I hold or sell?
Sandeep Jain: I would recommend the investor to book his profits.
Sachin Gupta: I bought 1,000 shares of Equitas Holdings with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: I would recommend the investor to hold on at current levels with a stoploss of Rs 130 and take a review at Rs 150 levels.
Nitesh: I bought 600 shares of DLF at `232 with a 2-month view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: I would recommend the investor to hold on with a stoploss of Rs 218.
Bhabani Shankar Behera: I want to invest in Bhansali Engineering and Puravankara with a two-month-view. Please advise.
Sandeep Jain: I would recommend the investor to avoid taking positions in Bhansali Engineering due to the risk factor. I would advise stocks like Ashiana Housing, Mahindra Lifespaces instead of Puravankara.
Parveen Gulati: I bought shares of HCL Tech at Rs 850 and TCS at Rs 2,630. What can be my stoploss?
Rahul Randeria: I recommend the investor to hold on to both the stocks with a long-term view with the stoploss for HCL Tech at Rs 808 and TCS’ stoploss at below Rs 2,500.
Ashu John: Is it the right time to invest in ONGC with a six-month view?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend the investor to initiate positions in the stock as the stock is a good bet.
Mayur Sharma: I bought 200 shares of Suven Life Sciences at Rs 209. What should I do?
Rahul Randeria: Patient investors can accumulate the stock at Rs 180-190 levels with a stoploss of below Rs 150 with a two-year target of Rs 230.
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