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Buy, Hold Or Sell: Bank of Baroda, Tata Motors, Yes Bank? #AskBQ

AskBQ is BloombergQuint’s daily offering where market experts help investors make the right investment choice in the equity market.

In today’s episode, Aditya Agarwala of Yes Securities and Parthiv Shah of TRACOM Stock Brokers gave their views on Bank of Baroda, Tata Motors, Yes Bank and many more.

Watch the full conversation here:

Here are the edited excerpts of the interaction:

Pulkit Agarwal: I bought 500 shares of BEL at Rs 162 with a long term view. Should I average at current levels?

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to hold on and average at Rs 130 or Rs 125 levels and not at current levels.

Vasu Badineni: I bought 310 shares of Bank of Baroda with a short-term view. Please advise.

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to hold on with a stop-loss of Rs 128 and a target price of Rs 140 to 150.

Ankit Mishra: I bought 100 shares of Mahindra CIE Automotive at Rs 250. Should I average at current levels?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to hold the stock. At current levels, you can also choose to average.

Abhishek Gupta: Is it the right time to invest in Torrent Power and GNFC with a long-term view?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to hold on to Torrent Pharma.

GNFC: I recommend you to buy at current levels.

Kuldeep: What’s your view on Yes Bank?

Parthiv Shah: RBL Bank is a better pick from this sector.

Srikar D: I bought shares of Elecon at Rs 103. What is your view on the stock with a short term view.

Aditya Agarwala: I advise you to exit the stock as it can correct further to Rs 64 levels.

Saurav Kumar: Between HDFC Life and SBI Life which is a better bet with a one-year view?

Parthiv Shah: One should invest in HDFC Life rather than SBI Life on account of a strong brand, better return ratios, and better focus than peers.

Raveen Pai: I bought four shares of TCS at Rs 2025 and 20 shares Vedanta at Rs 180. This is my first stock buy at the age of 20. What do you recommend?

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to hold on to TCS at current levels with target of Rs 3,000 and higher.

Vedanta: The investor should exit the stock.

Dhawal Bhayani: Between Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra, which is a better bet with a long-term view?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to look at Mahindra & Mahindra over Tata Motors, because it is going to be a beneficiary of the likely resurgence of the rural economy if this year’s monsoon is normal.

Ankit Shashtri: I bought shares of Capacite Infra at Rs 410 with a long-term view and shares of CESC at Rs 1,030 with a three-month view. What should I do?

Aditya Agarwala: I would recommend exiting the stock (CESC).

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to hold on to the stock (Capacite Infra) for two to three years and is an attractive ‘buy’ at current levels.

Saurav Pathak: I bought 1,500 shares of Rallis India at Rs 253 with a long-term. What should I do?

Parthiv Shah: The investor has entered at a good point and the stock looks good for the next three to five years.

Akash Kumar: I bought 9,000 shares of Tata Motors DVR at Rs 270 with a long-term view. Please advise.

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to hold on to the stock, if you have the capacity, for the next three to five years.

Saurabh Joshi: I bought 700 shares of Avanti Feeds at Rs 2,448 with a one-to-two year view. Please advise.

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to hold on to the stock.

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Analysts’ disclosure:

  • Parthiv Shah: Does not have any financial interests and do not hold any stocks discussed today.
  • Aditya Agarwala: The analyst’s firm may have financial interests in some of the stocks discussed.

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