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While Religare Online continues to advise investors on fundamental aspects, this time we also have Ms. Namrata Shah discussing the investment rationale behind identifying Nesco as a stock to invest in. Meanwhile, Firstcall Equity India take the opportunity to recommend investors to invest in Coral Laboratories for the mid- to long-term. Lastly, SMC recommend BPCL and Motherson Sumi on technical grounds, and Bajaj Auto and JSW Energy for fundamental reasons. Carrying forward from the previous edition, we offer our readers an opportunity to approach experts at Religare Online with their queries related to investments in stocks, commodities, and currencies.

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NESCO: Study from investment point of view

Ms. Namrata Shah discusses the investment rationale behind identifying Nesco as a stock to invest in. She takes a look into the company and analyses the opportunities available for the shareholder from this scrip.

Read the elaborate article by Namrata Shah


Coral Laboratories: Surplus scenario likely to continue for next three years; Buy
The company is engaged in the pharma business in India and provides it's products in various dosage forms. The company's net profit and net sales registered a healthy growth in percentage. Investors can buy this scrip for the medium to long term.

Technical Calls: Buy BPCL and Motherson Sumi
Accoding to SMC, BPCL closed at Rs916.10 on 20th November 2015. Its 200 days Exponential Moving Average (EMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs828.49. Motherson Sumi closed at Rs284 on 20th November 2015. Its 200 days Exponential Moving Average (EMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs289.70. SMC is thereby recommending to 'buy' BPCL in the range of 900-905 levels with SL below 870, and Motherson Sumi in the range of 280-282 levels with SL below 268.


 


Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 23% & 20% respectively
SMC expects Bajaj Auto to witness a gradual pick-up in volume growth. Factors like soft commodity prices and favourable forex are expected to keep EBITDA margin healthy going forward. For JSW Energy, growth is expected from the hydro assets acquired. SMC is thereby recommending investors to invest in Bajaj Auto and JSW Energy.

4 Stock Market indicators that every investor needs to look at
According to Religare Online, in a stock market lingo that is dominated by Price earnings, growth, ROI, Price Book etc, investors tend to overlook a few critical indicators which can give a very distinct picture of the underlying trend of the market.

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