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In this edition, we have Nooresh Merani explaining whether the 15% drop in Nifty and other indices from Top translates into a scare or an opportunity. At the same time, Amit Goel warns of a huge wave of global "Risk On" coming. Way2wealth adds a flavour of relief by recommending Bank Of Baroda, TVS Motors and Pidilite Industries for the week, while SMC cite upside opportunities for UltraTech Cement and LIC Housing Finance. Lastly, Firstcall India Equity recommend Indoco Remedies for mid- to long-term investments. As usual, we also have a technical query answered by our experts in the 'Ask an Expert' section.

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A huge wave of global "Risk On" is coming

According to Amit Goel, Indian NIFTY is headed for 8300-8400 levels over next 4-6 weeks. Large caps will lead the rally this time rather than mid caps or small caps. Many of the mid caps which were the flavor of the season till August second week may not go even close to their August highs.

Read the article by Amit Goel


A drop of 15% in Nifty from Top and other Indices - Does it Scare you or you Smell Opportunity?
According to Nooresh Merani, a lot of price movements in markets define the thought process. So a fall in markets leads to numbness and dumbness. So for some this fall is Scary and for some others its an Opportunity. If you get a trend right its more about Allocation then Selection.

Weekly Equity Picks: Bank Of Baroda, TVS Motors and Pidilite Industries
According to Way2wealth, Bank of Baroda has seen sharp correction in line with other banking conglomerates. However, the fall got arrested near 170 - 160 zone which coincided with weekly and daily '89-EMA' respectively. For TVS Motors, looking at the daily chart, the stock is in a broad consolidation of 215 on the downside and 235 on the upside. Pidilite Industries is also showing 'Inverse Head and Shoulder' pattern in the hourly. Hence, Way2wealth is recommending investors to invest in these stocks.

Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 25% and 23% respectively
According to SMC, UltraTech Cement has immense opportunities owing to the Governments' focus on infrastructure development, housing sector, smart cities, roads etc. Similarly, LIC Housing Finance has a track record of delivering robust financial performance, and going forward the company is likely to maintain the same on the back of healthy loan growth expectation.

Buy this pharma stock for medium to long term investment
According to Firstcall, robust pipeline with multiple dosage forms accompanied with flexible business models will enable the Company to have upper edge over competitors in international business. Hence, investors are recommended to invest in this particular scrip with a target price of Rs.385.00 for medium to long term investment.

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Nifty September Future (7719): 7753-7772 is a crucial resistance where selling will be seen again
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