Greenply Or Centuryply, LIC Housing Or GIC Housing? #AskBQ
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On Tuesday’s episode, Sandeep Jain of Tradeswift Broking Pvt. Ltd. and Meghana Malkan of Malkansview gave their views on Greenply Industries, PNC Infratech, Bombay Dyeing, GIC Housing and many more.
Watch the full conversation here:
Edited excerpts from the conversation:
Raman Mann: Which one between Greenply Industries and Century Plyboards is a better bet with a long-term perspective?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend Centuryply. It is one of our bets in the sector.
Anoop Ramteke: What stocks can I invest in with Rs 2 lakh worth of funds and a long-term perspective?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend GIC Housing, Thyrocare, Mahindra Lifespaces, Tata Motors and ITC.
Aditya Rai: I bought 840 shares of PNC Infratech at Rs 115 apiece with a long-term view. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: The investor can book partial profits as the market is turning euphoric. He can instead look at slow-moving stocks in the infrastructure space.
Manoj Hirani: I bought 200 shares of Capacite Infra at Rs 404 with a one-year-view. Should I hold or sell?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend the investor to hold on to the shares.
Satyavrat Mishra: Is it the right time to invest in Balasore Alloys with a long-term view?
Meghana Malkan: I would recommend the investor to invest in Jindal Steel and Power instead.
Devarsh Arora: I bought 1,000 shares of KEI Industries at Rs 272 apiece with a six-month-view. Should I hold or sell?
Meghna Malkan: I would recommend the investor to hold onto the stock, with a stop loss of Rs 320.
Bhabani Shankar Behera: I bought 300 shares of Bombay Dyeing at Rs 298 with a long-term view. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: I would recommend the investor to wait for now, and book profits as and when he’s able to.
Nikhil Rai: I bought 1,000 shares of IRB Infra at Rs 250 with a one-year-view. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: I believe that this stock is yet to perform, so I would advise the investor to remain invested.
Sanjeev Kumar: I bought 2,000 shares of Rallis India at Rs 253 with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?
Meghana Malkan: I would advise the investor to hold onto the stock, with a stop loss of below Rs 220 on a closing basis.
Akash Agarwal: I bought 500 shares of BLS International with a long-term view. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: I would advise the investor to remain invested till the market corrects.
Ravi Kumar: I bought 750 shares of Balrampur Chini at Rs 162 with a one-year-view. Should I hold or sell?
Meghana Malkan: I would advise the investor to hold on for some time and exit the trade once it closes below Rs 130.
Sourav Chhoraria: Is it the right time to invest in RCF with a long-term view?
Sandeep Jain: I am very bullish on this counter, so I recommend the investor to go ahead and invest at the current prices.
Sanket Shinde: I bought 500 shares of Suprajit Engineering at Rs 325 with a one-month-view. Should I hold or sell?
Meghana Malkan: The investor can remain invested for another 5 percent rise in the share price.
Praveen Reddy: Is it the right time to invest in Meghmani Organics with a long-term view?
Sandeep Jain: I feel one should be cautious to buy at current levels.
Akash Agarwal: Which one among LIC, Canfin Homes and GIC Housing is the best bet?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend the investor to buy GIC Housing, even though LIC Housing is a good bet too.
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- Sandeep Jain said he does not have any financial interest and does not hold any stocks that were discussed today.
- Meghana Malkan said she does not have any personal holdings in any of the stocks discussed.
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