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In this edition of Market Insights, we have Prabhudas Lilladher sharing with us their mid-cap and large-cap picks post Q1FY17, and Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners explaining to us the difference between buying 'Breakout' and buying 'Near Support'. At the same time, we also have SMC recommending Aarti Industries and GIC Housing Finance on fundamental grounds and Adani Ports and Bharat Forge on technical grounds. Lastly, we have Dynamic Levels discussing why the Indian chemical sector should be considered as the stellar of D-Street.

 

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Prabhudas Lilladher: Mid-Cap picks and Large-Cap picks post Q1FY17

Prabhudas Lilladher are sharing with us their mid-cap picks and large-cap picks post Q1FY17. Their mid-caps include Hexaware Technologies, Sadbhav Engineering, Spice Jet, VRL Logistics, NIIT Technologies and Navneet Education, while their large-caps include HDFC Bank, Infosys, SBI, HUL, Kotak Mahindra Bank, L&T, IOC, Aurobindo Pharma, Britannia Ind, ACC, Glenmark Pharma and Bharat Forge.

Mid-Cap picks post Q1FY17 Large-Cap picks post Q1FY17

Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 25% and 15% respectively
SMC are recommending Aarti Industries and GIC Housing Finance on fundamental grounds. According to them, while Aarti Industries has an established track record of executing value accretive growth investments, the inherent nature of asset quality and the targeted segment (first time buyers) coupled with thrust on recoveries has helped GIC Hsg Fin to witness improvement over the past few quarters. They believe that investors can invest in both the stocks for 8-10 months to witness upsides on 25% and 15% respectively. They are also recommending targets for both the scrips.

What is the difference between buying 'Breakout' and buying 'Near Support'
Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners is trying to acquaint us with the difference between buying 'Breakout' and buying 'Near Support'. Using the same theory, he is also sharing with us 5 hot stocks and their levels to enter during correction.
Buying 'Breakout' Vs buying 'Near Support' 5 hot stocks and their levels to enter during correction


Technical Calls: Buy Adani Ports and Bharat Forge
SMC are recommending investors to buy Adani Ports and Bharat Forge on technical grounds. They believe that one can buy Adani Ports in the range of 266-269 levels and Bharat Forge in the range of 865-870 levels. They are also recommending targets for both the scrips.

Chemical Sector: The stellar of D-Street today
According to Dynamic Levels, the Indian Chemical Sector has experienced above average decadal growth rate and enjoyed the distinction of being the fastest-growing sector over the past thirty years. While the sector has performed 22% in compared to the Benchmark Index Nifty that stood at 10.71% in a year’s time, its PE stands at the average of 47 and its Price to Book ratio is 8.

Featured Equity Call for today by Indian Insight
Sell Idea cellular at or below 83.30 and buy Tata Chemicals at or above 550
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