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In this edition, we have Dynamic Levels trying to justify why the textile sector would become attractive following the recent reforms. On fundamental fronts, we have SMC recommending ONGC and Engineers India for a tenure of 8-10 months and enjoy upside potentials of 15% and 24% respectively, and AUM Capital recommending a paper and paper board marker for target of 169. On technical fronts, we have HDFC Securities recommending Yes Bank for a holding period of 1-3 months, and Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners explaining how a fresh breakout in Deep Industries makes it ready for the next move.


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Technical Tip: Buy Yes Bank between 1140 and 1200, and hold for 1-3 months

According to HDFC Securities, the Yes Bank stock has the potential to move higher in the coming weeks and months as it attempts to test its previous intermediate highs of 1328 and 1449. They are therefore recommending to buy the scrip at CMP and add more on dips. They are also sharing their entry levels, along with stop-loss and sequential targets for the scrip.

Click here to read the elaborate article by HDFC Securities

Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 15% and 24% respectively
SMC are recommending ONGC and Engineers India on fundamental grounds for a tenure of 8-10 months. They are also sharing with us the targets for both the scrips, which imply upside potentials of 15% and 24% respectively.

Deep Industries - Fresh breakout to uncharted territory
The fresh breakout in Deep Industries indicates that the stock is ready for next move. However the entry levels can be tricky and hence an understanding of Risk Management becomes more important. Mr. Unmesh Deshmukh of Bonvista Financial Planners, thorugh his article helps investors to understand the same.

One of our readers and an active investor had approached Bonvista Financial Planners seeking to know whether is it the right time to enter 'Rain Industries'. Read the convincing solution given by Bonvista Financial Planners.

Many of our readers have received convincing solutions to their queries. Why not be one of them?

Reforms Make Textile Sector Attractive For Investments
According to Dynamic Levels, on Wednesday, 7th Dec 2016 the Union Cabinet approved a set of reforms, including simplified labor laws and technology upgradation for the 'Made-ups Sector'. The interventions are likely to boost employment in the textiles sector and create employment for up to 11 lakh persons, thereby leading to increase in exports and augmented benefits to the workers in the textiles and apparel sector.

AUM Capital recommend a paper & paper board marker for target of 169
According to AUM Capital, the company is currently manufacturing close to full capacity and operating margins have improved to 17.8% in H1FY17. The company plans to become debt free in next two years. AUM Capital are valuing the company on the basis of EV/EBIDTA of 4.0x of FY18e EBIDTA.

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