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Where Should I Invest: Avanti Feeds, HCC, Jet Airways? #AskBQ

#AskBQ is BloombergQuint’s daily offering where market experts help investors make the right investment decisions in the equities market.

In this episode, Aditya Agarwala of Yes Securities Ltd. and Parthiv Shah of TRACOM Stock Brokers Pvt Ltd. gave their views on

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Parth: I need a view on Cupid, Cambridge Tech and Manpasand Beverages for a time horizon of 10 years.

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to not enter Cupid at current levels. Cambridge Tech may have cash flow and cash conversion issues, and hence, avoid the stock. Among mid-cap IT names, Majesco will be a good pick.

Shivani Dhanuka: I am holding 1,000 NIIT tech at Rs 1,050. Should I add more or book profit?

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to book profit as the stock may correct more.

Kanishka Rungta: I have invested in a range of mid-cap companies but since such stocks have witnessed correction, I would like to shift to better valued companies. Please advice.

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to look at companies with a very strong management as that is very key to make a small-cap firm into a large-cap one.

Vinay: I am holding shares of Walchandnagar Industries at Rs 180.75 and Sanwaria Consumer at Rs 20.2. Please advise.

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to exit Walchandnagar as it is not a good stock to hold on to. Stocks such as Sanwaria are very risky and remove your stake from the stock.

Afraz Koya: I am holding Kitex and Sintex Industries. What is the outlook ?

Parthiv Shah: I rather recommend you to look at Himatsingka Seide from the textiles space as it has a good management and value-added products.

Chetan: I wanted a view on Avanti Feeds. I am holding 100 shares at Rs 1,962.

Parthiv Shah: This company could produce fabulous results in a two to three years time frame.

Siddharth Rawat: Can I enter Jet Airways at present levels for 1-2 months?. I am holding CEAT At Rs 1,370. Should I hold or book profit?

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to book profit in CEAT at around Rs 1,500 as there is not much room for upside. I rather advise you to look at Balkrishna Industries. Investor can enter Jet Airways at current levels with a target of Rs 450 to 460.

Ankit Jain: I am holding 20,000 shares of HCC at Rs 25 with a six-month to 1-year view. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to avoid the stock due to lack of quality gains. Instead look at KNR Construction.

Vinit Rane: I bought Jubilant Foodworks at Rs 2,725. Please give a short-term view.

Aditya Agarwala: I recommend you to hold on to the stock with a target of Rs 2,800.

Satya Subhash: Can I enter Nalco at current levels for long term?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to have a one-year horizon and wait for metal stocks to peak.

Nifty is trading above 10,690 its resistance. What is the outlook as momentum is falling?

Aditya Agarwala: I do recommend you to go long at current levels and go long above 10,730 then keep a target of 11,000.

Ghanshyam Kedia: Shall I buy InterGlobe Aviation at current prices with a time horizon of 10 years?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend you to enter InterGlobe Aviation on any declines.

Analysts’ disclosure:

Parthiv Shah: Does not have any financial interests and does not hold any stocks discussed today.

Aditya Agarwala: Analyst’s firm may have financial interests in the stocks discussed today.

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