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Table of contents:

1. 5 step guide to keep your Technical Analysis simple

2. Ashok Leyland: A multi-bagger from Dynamic Levels

3. Sanghvi Movers: Accumulate at current levels & add on dips for 40%-50% returns in next 8-12 months

4. Emmbi Industries: Buy with a medium to long term investment horizon

5. Why Ceat is best stock to invest in tyre companies

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5 step guide to keep your Technical Analysis simple

According to Bonvista Financial Planners, any analysis plays only 40% role in your trading success. Thus, rather than over-complicating, one can earn good profits even if he is 'right' only in 65%-70% of the trades with a better Risk Reward Ratio.

Click here to read the detailed article by Bonvista Financial Planners


Ashok Leyland: A multi-bagger from Dynamic Levels
According to Dynamic Levels, Ashok Leyland will keep on maintaining thrust to the business revolution exercises that are ongoing and strive to achieve pole position in all fronts with an extra drive to the Green Initiative. Dynamic Levels are thereby maintaining Ashok Leyland within their list of 500 stocks.

Sanghvi Movers: Accumulate at current levels & add on dips for 40%-50% returns in next 8-12 months
According to Mr. Sanjay Chhabria, Sanghvi Movers' balance sheet health has improved significantly in FY15 as Net Debt has come down from Rs 446.3 cr. in FY14 to Rs 306.9 cr. in FY15 and D/E ratio stands at 0.47x. The working capital cycle has also improved from over 200 days in FY14 to 128 days in FY15. He is thereby advising investors to start accumulating the stock at current levels and add more on declines for decent returns.


A novice investor willing to invest Rs. 6,000/- p.m. for 3 years has already received a prompt and convincing solution from Stalwart Investment Advisors.

 

    


Emmbi Industries: Buy with a medium to long term investment horizon
According to Hem Securities, Emmbi Industries is trading at an attractive valuation at 12.13x and 9.09x of consolidated FY17EPS of Rs.8.11 and FY18EPS of Rs.10.83. They are thereby initiating a 'Buy' on the stock with a target price implying an appreciation of about 37%.

Why Ceat is best stock to invest in tyre companies
Given that Ceat is trading at PE ratio of 8.21 at a time when the industry PE is 12, and hence giving scope to value investors, Dynamic Levels believe that Ceat could be a good buying stock for positional investment.

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