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In today’s episode, Amar Singh of Angel Broking and Parthiv Shah of Tracom Stock Brokers gave their views on Cadila Healthcare, REC, TVS Motor, and many more.
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Here are the edited excerpts of the interaction:
G Akshay: I bought 1,000 shares of Cadila Healthcare at Rs 430 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?
Amar Singh: The investor can hold his position with a stop loss of below Rs 340.
Deevij Gulati: I bought 500 shares of REC at Rs 130 apiece with a short-term view. What should I do?
Amar Singh: I would recommend that he should exit the stock as soon as possible. If the investor wants to hold, the stop loss should be Rs 113.
Rohit Kumar: I bought 500 shares of Crompton Greaves Consumer at Rs 238 apiece with a long-term view. What should I do?
Parthiv Shah: Ideally, the investor should exit Crompton Greaves and shift their holding to V-Guard.
Arpit Maheshwari: I bought 500 shares of Techno Electric at Rs 374 with a four-year view. Please advise.
Parthiv Shah: There is still some room for downside in this counter. At this stage, I would recommend Kalpataru Power and KEC International in the space as an alternative.
Bharat Bhushan: Which stock among ICICI Prudential, SBI Life and HDFC Standard Life is a better bet with a long-term view?
Parthiv Shah: I would recommend HDFC Life, as its a quality stock despite being more expensive.
Saurabh Pathak: Which stock among Bharat Dynamics, Astra Micro and Bharat Electronics is a better bet with a three-five year view?
Parthiv Shah: I would recommend Bharat Electronics and Hindustan Aeronautical in the space, as both the companies have a fantastic order book, and I doubt if a private player can eat into their share.
Bhabani Shankar Behera: I bought shares of Vakrangee at Rs 258 and HEG at Rs 3,200 with a one-two months view. What should I do?
Amar Singh: The investor can hold his positions in HEG with a stop loss of Rs 3,040, and can book profits at Rs 3,400 levels.
As for Vakrangee, I would not recommend anyone to go in for fresh buys in this stock.
Ravi Gopal: I bought 70 shares of TVS Motor at Rs 300 apiece. What should I do?
Parthiv Shah: The investor can sell at least 50 percent of his holding and invest it in Hero Motocorp instead.
Akshat Maheshwari: I bought 5,000 shares of HCC at Rs 37 apiece with a two-year view. Please advise.
Parthiv Shah: I am more comfortable parking my money in PSP Projects.
Nishant Deshmukh: I bought 500 shares of Waterbase at Rs 260 with a short-term view. What should I do?
Parthiv Shah: I would recommend Avanti Feeds in the space, which has consistently done well.
Sanjeev Kumar: I bought 500 shares of VA Tech Wabag at Rs 730 with a long-term view. Should I average at current levels?
Parthiv Shah: I recommend the investor to hold, wait for the financial results, and then take a call.
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