Stock market analyst, E Mathew is of the view that Nifty Futures looks compelling to be purchased for short term.
Interested investors can buy the contract with a stop loss of 5521 for short-term targets of 5930-6050. Presently, the markets are looking weak and there may be a fast correction.
As predicted last week, the Nifty January future succumbed to selling pressure. Last week saw sharp intra-day volatility, puzzling day-traders.
However, the Nifty January future ended with a premium of around 25 points, because of heavy selling in the spot market.
Stock market analyst, Hitendra Vasudeo of stockmechanics.com is of the view that it is good to sell Infosys stock at current level, as the stock is looking weak. Technology Sector has not performed well in the recent stock market rally. If the markets fall from current levels, these stocks may see significant erosion in market capital.
In order to avoid loss, Mr. Vasudeo has suggested investors to sell the stock below Rs 1480 with a stop loss of Rs 1530 to achieve a target that lies between Rs 1464-Rs 1425.
Technical analyst E Mathew is of the view that Nifty Futures looks compelling to be purchased for short term.
As projected, the Nifty Futures maintained their bullish momentum and made significant gains during last week. The Futures contract has seen decent rise during past 3-4 days. Interested investors can buy the contract with a stop loss of 5800 for a short-term target of 6180.
Presently, the markets are looking weak and there may be a fast correction.
Investors can earn profit from Asian Electronics, as it is a brilliant stock for short-term trading. The stock can be purchased by the investors with a strict stop loss of Rs 490 for short term targets of Rs 570 & 810.
Stock analyst Ashwani Gujral has given this buy call.
In yesterday’s trading session, the stock gained 15.49% at Rs 551.95 on BSE. Those who want to reap gains from this excellent stock can purchase this stock between Rs 501-515.
Technical analyst Ashwani Gujral has suggested investors to buy Indian Bank with a stop of 219 to achieve a short term target of Rs 265.
Mr. Gujral also told that investors should not hold this stock for medium or long term as it is very risky to keep it for future due to the declining trend of the stock market. Buy it, make decent profit and sell it. This is the real mantra for this stock.
Interested investors can buy the stock around Rs 225; don’t buy it on upper levels.
Stock market analyst Rajat K Bose has suggested the investors to sell NTPC stock as there are full chances of a downward trend in this stock.
After opening feebly at Rs 265 against its last closure at Rs 274 (15 Jan), the stock is trading at Rs 269.90 (at 11:15 am).
Mr. Bose also suggested investors that if the stock fell below Rs 260, it may see more weakness. So the investors must sell the stock with a stop loss above Rs 281, for targets of Rs 262 and Rs 259.
After selling the stock in today’s session, investors can enter the stock again, but only on declines.
Stock market analyst E Mathew has suggested investors to buy ‘Himatsingka Seide’ stock to achieve short term target of Rs 170.
The stock has performed brilliantly on Tuesday (15 Jan), and marked its closure at Rs 107.60. Today, it opened at Rs 110 on BSE, and Rs 108.15 on NSE. Presently (11:05 am), it is trading 5.58% up at Rs 113.60 on BSE, and 5.89% up at Rs 113.35 on NSE.
At the same time, the stock is trading with a P/E of 29.17 wth an EPS (TTM) of Rs 3.89.
Stock analyst E Mathew is of the view that Agro Tech Foods stock will provide hefty gains in the short run.
The stock can be bought on declines. Don’t buy it on upper levels. Investors should use Rs 202 as a stop loss to achieve a short-term target of Rs 270.
Based on previous charts, it looks that Agro Tech Foods will surely announce good earnings for the three months period ended on Dec 31, 2007. So, the investors are suggested to keep the stock for at least 3-4 weeks to earn good profit.
Stock analyst Ashwani Gujral is of the view that investors should buy BPCL stock to achieve a short term target of Rs 550.
Mr. Gujral said that the investors should keep a stop loss at Rs 425 for the said short-term target.
If the investors want to take advantage of this volatility, buy it on declines. The investors should hold the stock for at least 4 weeks.
Don’t worry, if the stock price declines, it still has much potential. So don’t miss the chance and make good profit. On BSE, the stock has seen a 52-week high of Rs 560 and a low of Rs 287.05.
Stock analyst Ashwani Gujral is of the view that investors should purchase Educomp Solutions stock on declines to achieve short term target of Rs 6600. Keep a stop loss of Rs 4600.
As per the technical and growth charts, the stock has been performing well from last few trading sessions. The said short-term target is likely to complete within a period of 2-3 months.