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This week, read about the performance and growth prospect of the banking sector mutual funds analyzed by HDFC Securities. Nirmal Bang offers technical analysis on Redington and recommends investors to buy the stock with a traget of Rs140. Profit track provides hot stock investment pick for the week. They place their bets on Swiss glasscoat equipments. Nooresh Merani talks about how to trade multiple top breakouts. Lastly, we have Ashlar Online talking about the usefulness of cash flows in fundamental-quantitative analysis
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|Technical Call: Buy Redington for a target of Rs140|
|Daily chart indicates that stock has given a breakout of downward sloping trend line i.e. 108 levels with volumes which indicates an potential up move in coming trading session. RSI & MACD on the daily have turned positive which indicates limited downside potential.|
|Hot buy for the week: Swiss Glasscoat Equipments|
|Investors can buy this stock with a stop loss placed at Rs.79. On the upper side it will zoom up to Rs.125 levels in medium term while it will zoom to Rs.160 levels in next 12-16 months.|
|Momentum Trading: How to trade Multiple Top Breakouts|
|One of the classical trading patterns is to look for multiple tops and a breakout with volumes. Nooresh Merani explains it with a couple of examples and possible breakouts. Check it out.|
|An Overview of Fundamental-Quantitative Analysis - Financial Statements - Part 4 (Cash Flows)|
|Cash flow statement is meant to record the cash flowing in and out of a company during a quarter or a financial year. In fact, it can seem a lot like income statement which keeps track of the revenues and expenses but there is a basic difference between the two.|
|Today's Technical Call by Stocks4gains
TataMotors - Buy keeping stoploss @ 534. Expect upside target of 561 - 568 (above 548 keep stoploss @ 542)
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