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Welcome to Market Insights.

In this edition, we have Mr. Sanjay Chhabria justifying Navneet Education Ltd as an attractive mid-cap stock while HDFC Sec recommending Aarti Industries as their weekly momentum stock pick. We also have Firstcall India Equity recommending a leading player in Technical Textiles for the medium- to long-term while Mr. Nooresh Merani sharing with us some of the interesting setups he is looking at. Concluding the edition is Mr. Pankaaj Maalde, who is not happy with FATCA, the new form investors in mutual funds will have to fill.

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Attractive mid-cap stock: Navneet Education

According to Mr. Sanjay Chhabria, Navneet Education Ltd has emerged as an educational products and services company in India. Adding on to its portfolio the company has forayed into stationery and publishing of non-syllabus based textbooks, which has minimised cyclical nature of the business.

Read the elaborate article by Mr. Sanjay Chhabria

Weekly momentum stock pick: Buy Aarti Industries
According to HDFC Sec, the stock price of Aarti Industries has shifted into a larger positive sequence of higher tops and bottoms. Hence, the recent low of around Rs.477 could be considered as a new higher bottom of the sequence, and it opens space for fresh upmove ahead. Investors can 'buy' this scrip keeping stop loss at Rs445 in 1-2 months. Detailed target levels can be found in the article.

Technical Charts on Radar - Colgate, Hero MotoCorp, Maruti, KPR Mills & Welspun India
Mr. Nooresh Merani is sharing with us some of the interesting setups he is looking at in technical charts of some scrips. These scrips include Colgate, Hero MotoCorp, Maruti, KPR Mills, and Welspun India spanning sectors like textile, automobiles, and FMCG among others.


Firstcall recommend a leader in Technical Textiles for target of 455
The company happens to be a leading player in Technical Textiles, and specializes in providing customized solutions to the cordage and infrastructure industry worldwide. Firstcall India Equity are recommending the scrip for making medium- to long-term investments.

FATCA - A blow to Indian MF Investors
According to Mr. Pankaaj Maalde, investors in mutual funds again have to go through the painful exercise of filling another form known as FATCA. We have seen frequent changes in KYC and application forms in recent past and there is no end to it. Surprisingly nobody is bothered what happens at the ground level.

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