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In this episode, Sameet Chavan of Angel Broking and G Chokkalingam of Equinomics Research & Advisory Pvt. Ltd. gave their views on Avanti Feeds, Bank Nifty, Dwarikesh Sugar and more.
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Sanjeev Agarwal: I bought 3,000 shares of JK Lkashmi Cement at Rs 380 with a long-term perspective. What should I do?
Chokkalingam: I recommend you to hold or average around Rs 300.
Raman Singh: Is it advisable to buy Sterlite tech and Indian Hotel at current levels?
Sameet Chavan: I recommend you to avoid Sterlite Tech at current levels and go long at Rs 230-235 levels.
For Indian Hotels, wait for a dip towards Rs 120-125 and then go long.
Nikhil: Is it the right time to enter Voltas?
Sameet Chavan: Current levels are good to enter and go long in a staggered manner.
PS Krishnan: I need a short term view on Engineers India and Bharti Infratel.
Sameet Chavan: I would recommend you to wait for some reversal around Rs 136, then one can keep a stop loss of Rs 126 for Engineers India.
I would recommend you to avoid Bharti Infratel and wait for some trend reversal.
Vishvesh Iyer: What are your long-term views, 10 or more years, on Rain Industry and Dilip Buildcon? Is it the right time to buy or average?
Chokkalingam: I do not recommend a fresh ‘buy’ for the two stocks and sell on rebound.
Amar: I want to buy Everest industries with 6-8 months view. Please provide your fundamental view on the stock.
Chokkalingam: I recommend you to start buying at current levels for a long term perspective.
Vamsi Vithala: Is it the right time to average on Avanti feeds? I have 25 shares at 2400.
Sameet Chavan: There could be a possibility of some relief rally towards Rs 1,900 or Rs 2,000 and if you have a medium- to long-term view it is not the right time to average this stock.
Karthik: I shorted Biocon at Rs 610. Please suggest.
Sameet Chavan: I recommend you to keep a strict stop loss of Rs 618 and if the stock comes back to Rs 580-585, cover your short.
Gagan Sharma: I am holding 70 shares of HDFC Bank at Rs 2,070 and 30 shares of Maruti Suzuki at Rs 8,700 with a five-year view.
Chokkalingam: I recommend you to hold both the stocks during you time frame and expect 15 percent returns from both these stocks.
Rahul: I have 1,000 shares of Greaves Cotton at Rs 140. Should I book losses or hold?
Sameet Chavan: I recommend you to exit if the stock bounces back o Rs 133 levels and there is some selling pressure. If the stock extends past Rs 133, you may see a decent up-move towards Rs 144-146.
Amiya Mudgal: I bought Dixon Tech at Rs 3,679. Should I buy more on dips?
Chokkalingam: I don’t recommend you to hold the stock due to potential risks.
Karthik SP: I want a view on Bank of India.
Sameet Chavan: On the lower side around Rs 125 levels the investor can go long with a strict stop loss below this level, and on the higher side book out your long around Rs 148 to 150 levels.
Sumit: What is your view on Bank Nifty’s weekly expiry due tomorrow?
Sameet Chavan: The index could see a decent correction if it touches levels of Rs 25,980. Hence ones with a long term view should keep a stop loss below that level.
Also, if Bank Nifty surpasses levels of Rs 26,350 one could see extension of relief rally towrads Rs 26,500-26,600.
Gopi Krishna: I am holding 5,500 shares of Dwarikesh Sugars at Rs 55 for a long term view, next 5 to 10 years. Please advise.
Chokkalingam: I do not recommend you to hold commodity-based business for such a long term. I recommend you to hold for two years as it is expected to bounce back.
- Sameet Chavan: Does not have any financial interests and does not hold any stocks discussed today.
- G Chokkalingam: Clients may have financial interests in stocks discussed today.
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