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In this edition, we have Firstcall India Equity recommending a pharma scrip, and CD Equisearch recommending a leader in the fitness industry. Furthermore, Nooresh Merani continues to share with us some more technical charts and his comments on them. Lastly, Way2wealth recommend Axis Bank, TVS Motors and PVR on technical grounds, while HDFC Sec recommend Vivimed Labs for 3-4 quarters.

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Technical Charts on Radar - Godrej Properties , Oricon Enterprises and Mold Tek Packaging

Continuing to share technical charts with us, Nooresh Merani finds Mold Tek Packaging an interesting company with good yield, Godrej Properties setting up for a breakout into all time highs in future, and Oricon Enterprises having major resistance zone at 70.

Read the analysis by Nooresh Merani


Vivimed Labs: Buy at CMP and add on declines
According to HDFC Sec, Vivimed Labs is a well-diversified company with a unique portfolio of products in Specialty Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals, with exports accounting for more than 50% of its revenues. Investors can buy the stock at CMP and average on dips in the band of Rs. 308-320 (~5.75x FY17E EPS) for sequential targets representing 7.5x FY17E EPS, ~8.75x FY17E EPS, and ~0.8x FY17E BV in 3-4 quarters.

Weekly Equity Picks: Axis Bank, TVS Motors & PVR
According to Way2wealth, technical patterns in Axis Bank are suggesting that investors can buy the scrip at current level of 504.65 placing stop-loss at 483. Similarly in case of TVS Motors, the current price action along with placement of momentum indicator are suggesting that investors can buy this scrip above 249 placing stop-loss at 226. In case of PVR, traders are suggested to invest in this counter above 875 maintaining strict stop-loss at 830.


CD Equisearch recommend a leader in fitness industry over a period of 9-12 months
According to CD Equiserach, this fitness company is ideally placed to gain from India’s economic growth, benefitting from favorable demographics, national presence in attractive locations, and rising prosperity. Hence, investors are recommended to buy the stock with a target price implying 14x FY 17e earnings (PEG ratio:1) over a period of 9-12 months.

Buy this pharma scrip on expected strong sales-growth with high-margin products in rest of FY16
According to Firstcall India Equity, this pharma company expects strong sales growth with high-margin products, in the ensuing quarters of FY2016. At CMP of 2582.05, the stock P/E ratio is at 253.41xFY16E and 229.46xFY17E respectively. Investors are recommended to buy this scrip for mid-to long term investment.

Featured Technical Call for today by Dharmesh Bhatt
CROMPTON GREAVES: 184-183 a crucial support where buying will be seen, keep stop loss of 180 to your buys
Upward side 190 and 193 crucial hurdles
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