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In today’s episode, Brijesh Singh of StockAxis and Sandeep Jain of Tradeswift Broking gave their views on Bata India, ITC and Voltas, among others.
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Edited Excerpts from the conversation:
Ragha: What is the long-term view on Johnson Controls—Hitachi Air Conditioning India? At what levels one can enter?
Brijesh Singh: You can buy at Rs 2,150-2,250 levels if you have not invested yet. However, I do not recommend this stock since the risk reward ratio is not in favour.
Nikhil: What is the technical view for short term on Voltas and Airtel?
Brijesh Singh: For Voltas, keep a strict stop-loss at Rs 500 if you have a short-term view. Keep a stop-loss of Rs 420 if you have a one-year view.
For Bharti Airtel, Rs 365 is the support for short term and Rs 405 is the resistance level.
Siva Kumar: What is the best level to enter ITC with a 10-year view?
Sandeep Jain: One can enter the stock at Rs 250-255 levels.
Ramesh M: I need a short-term view on Bata India.
Brijesh Singh: I suggest you to hold on with a stop-loss of Rs 750 for six months if you have invested.
Harish Bale: I need a long-term view on Dwarikesh Sugar and Vedanta.
Sandeep Jain: There is no great downside for Vedanta; one can hold it till Rs 205 levels.
Since it’s a commodity stock for Dwarikesh, I’ll caution about having a long-term view of 10 years. The stock may increase in the next two-and-a-half years.
Punatic: I bought more than 1,000 shares of Philips Carbon Black at Rs 95 per share a year-ago. Should I sell at current levels and switch to Ashok Leyland?
Sandeep Jain: I suggest you to hold on to Philips Carbon Black at current levels. One can buy Ashok Leyland at around Rs 115-120.
Ravi Shankar J: I bought 150 shares of Kirloskar Oil Engines at Rs 310. Should I hold from a long-term perspective ?
Brijesh Singh: One can accumulate the stock in dips with a stop-loss of Rs 250.
Surya: I bought AB Capital at Rs 220 with a five-year view. Can it give 20 percent returns over the next five years or should I stay away from the stock?
Sandeep Jain: One can expect 15-20 percent return. I would not suggest you to average at current levels and stay invested in the company.
Sunil Chahal: Is Repco Home Finance a better bet from a long-term perspective in the home finance space?
Sandeep Jain: I recommend you to hold on to the stock at current levels if you have invested. You can also invest further at Rs 500-510 levels.
Analysts’ disclosure: Both the analysts do not have any financial interests and do not hold any stocks discussed today.
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