MCX Or BSE, Zee Or Dainik Bhaskar? #AskBQ
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On Thursday’s episode, Rahul Randeria of IFCI Financial Services and Sandeep Jain of Tradeswift Broking gave their views on BPL, Force Motors, MCX, and many more.
Watch the full conversation here:
Edited excerpts from the conversation:
Saurabh Shukla: I bought 1,000 shares of BPL at Rs 117 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?
Sandeep Jain: I would recommend the investor to hold, and buy more on declines.
Amarjit Singh: I bought 20 shares of Force Motors at Rs 3,375 apiece with a long-term view. What should I do?
Rahul Randeria: I recommend the investor to remain invested for another year at least, with a stop loss of Rs 3,200.
Sandeep Jain: The investor can continue to hold as the risk reward ratio is good with a target of Rs 4,500-Rs 4,800 in the years to come.
Shubham Gupta: Is it the right time to invest in Setco Automotives with a long-term view?
Rahul Randeria: The investor can accumulate at Rs 56-58 levels, with a stop loss of below Rs 49.
Rishi Gadhiya: I bought 200 shares of Sterlite Tech at Rs 120. Should I continue to hold?
Rahul Randeria: I would advise to hold onto the stock with a stop loss below Rs 240.
Arpit Maheshwari: I bought 400 shares of Reliance Infra at Rs 520 with a long-term perspective. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: The investor can continue to hold onto the stock, considering the renewed focus in Anil Dhirubhai Ambani-owned companies. I recommend Reliance Industrial Infra as well.
Aayush Malik: What is your view on ICICI Bank?
Rahul Randeria: If the investor has invested in the stock, I would advise him to hold onto it with a stop loss of Rs 295 and take a review once it breaks Rs 320 levels.
Mashahir Ahmed: I bought 500 shares of SKM Egg Products at Rs 94 with a long-term view. What should I do?
Rahul Randeria: The investor can continue to hold onto the stock as it is poised for a turnaround, with a stop loss of Rs 50.
Viren Kashyap: Is it the right time to invest in BSE and MCX with a long-term view?
Sandeep Jain: One can certainly invest in both the stocks at current levels. However, of the two, I would recommend MCX.
Prashant Joshi: I bought 20 shares of Ajanta Pharma at Rs 1,354 apiece with a three-month view. Should I hold or sell?
Rahul Randeria: The investor can remain invested with a stop loss of Rs 1,360 and long-term target of Rs 1,622.
Sameer Das: I bought 100 shares of DHFL at Rs 620 apiece. What should I do?
Rahul Randeria: The investor can continue to hold on with a stop loss of Rs 568, and can take a review once the stock breaches Rs 630.
Gaurav Garodia: What is your view on Claris Lifesciences?
Rahul Randeria: The investor can hold on and wait for some pullback, or exit on rallies. Recommend Aurobindo Pharma instead.
Rahul K: What is your view on Zee Media?
Sandeep Jain: The valuations are not very comfortable, recommend Dainik Bhaskar instead.
Bighnaraj Mishra: I bought 1,000 shares of Bhushan Steel at Rs 100 apiece. What should I do?
Sandeep Jain: The investor can buy at these levels, but not for long-term , only for encashing on rallies.
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- Rahul Randeria said he does not have any financial interest and does not hold any stocks that were discussed today.
- Sandeep Jain said he does not have any personal holdings in any of the stocks discussed.
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