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In this edition, we have Dynamic Levels finding the time ripe to invest in the textile sector, and trying to analyse whether Thirumalai Chemicals could be a multi-bagger stock for 2016. We also have, SMC recommending Bajaj Corp and FIEM Industries on fundamental grounds, and Rudra Shares recommending Future Retail as a dark horse stock. In our top story, we have Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners foreseeing a potential for Marksans Pharma to double from current levels over the next 8-12 months.


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Marksans Pharma - Potential to double from current level in 8-12 months

Finding the Marksans Pharma stock trading at an attractive level, Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners is now foreseeing a potential for this stock to double from current levels over the next 8-12 months. He expects the stock to break out of the resistance to begin a new journey above 57.

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Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 13% and 22% respectively
SMC are recommending Bajaj Corp and FIEM Industries on fundamental grounds. According to them, while sitting with good cash on hand and zero debt, Bajaj Corp has created a large distribution network (that continues to grow) over the years, which can be leveraged to introduce new products. Similarly, a strong focus on new segment i.e. LED products and good client base is helping FIEM Industries in increasing its market share in major addressable markets. They believe that investors can invest in both the stocks for 8-10 months to witness upsides on 13% and 22% respectively. They are also recommending targets for both the scrips.

Time to Invest in Textile in the Bull Market; Which scrips to prefer, which scrips to avoid?
With the rising market where by Nifty advances towards the recent high of high of 8995 on 8th September'16 soon to touch the 9000 mark, Dynamic Levels believe that time is ripe to invest in the textile sector. Pointing to history, they are recommending investors that the market has always rewarded fundamentally good shares, and hence staying invested in the best shares and avoiding unfavourable shares would be the best policy.

Rudra Shares' dark horse recommendation: Buy Future Retail for long term bet
According to Rudra Shares, Future Retail's plan to operate with a much leaner balance sheet has resulted into higher ROCE, and it is expected to be a free cash flow company from its first full year of operation. In FY 2016-17, the company will emerge as a core retail front end company with an enhanced distribution network. Overall, Future Retail is a concept based company, therefore the estimates of the company have not been done, and the scrip can be recommended for long term bet.

Can Thirumalai Chemicals be a multi-bagger stock for 2016?
According to Dynamic Levels, Thirumalai Chemicals has consistently been a top performer after budget and has shown a positive price movement. Besides, it is serving to big developing sectors like Chemical, Pharma, Textile, Auto etc, which makes it a multibagger.

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