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Continuing to advise investors, this edition finds Religare Online recommending Colgate as a Master Equity Pick. Meanwhile, SMC take the opportunity to recommend Suprajit Engineering and Gruh Finance for fundamental reasons, and Andhra Bank and Biocon on technical grounds. We also have Firstcall India Equity recommending India's leading knitwear brand for the mid- to long-term. Lastly in the personal finance section, Credit Sudhaar help our readers distinguish between delinquencies and non-performing assets. We also have a technical query answered by our experts on board.

Carrying forward from the previous edition, we also offer our readers an opportunity to approach experts at Religare Online with their queries related to investments in stocks, commodities, and currencies.

 

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Colgate: Equity Master Pick in Nov 2015

Colgate has been upholding long term uptrend since the year 2004 and undergone in consolidation in between, as and when market conditions deteriorated. Religare Online recommend investors to accumulate the scrip in the given range of 955-963.

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Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 21% & 35% respectively
According to SMC, Suprajit Engineering continues to be in the growth trajectory despite weak demand environment, and it is expected that the company surplus scenario is likely to continue for the next three years. Similarly, Gruh Finance is expanding to other geographies after striking strong presence in western India, and ongoing downward trend in interest rates could also prove to be a trigger for profitability. Hence, SMC is recommending investors to consider both these scrips for a time-frame of 8-10 months.

Technical Calls: Buy Andhra Bank and Biocon
SMC is expecting Andhra Bank continue its northward momentum in the near term. Hence, investors can buy the scrip in range of 67-68 levels keeping stop-loss of 64 levels. Commenting on Biocon, SMC cited the stock trading in a range of 420-470 levels since second quarter of this year; and despite major up and down in broader index, it has sustained in its mentioned range. Hence, investors can buy this scrip in range of 462-466 levels keeping stop-loss of 450 levels.


Buy this leading knitwear brand for a target of 435
The company is considered as an undisputed market leader in the textile industry. In Q2FY16, net profits of this company increased by 75.38% while profit before tax increased by 55.49%. Firstcall India Equity is thereby recommending investors to buy this scrip for medium to long term investments.

Delinquency versus Non Performing Asset
According to Credit Sudhaar, delinquency is one word that you do not want to be associated with. Only some delinquencies (those that are 90 days past due) become NPAs. However, do keep in mind that this does affect the credit score adversely.

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