On ‘CALL BTVI’ show, get expert guidance about developments in markets, advice on stocks to buy, sell or hold; risks as well as stock recommendations.
Market related news updates paired with investment advice from experts can make a lot of difference when it comes to taking smart trading decisions for maximum gains.
On ‘CALL BTVI’ show, get expert guidance about developments in markets, advice on stocks to buy, sell or hold; risks as well as stock recommendations. As of 25th June 2019, Gaurang Shah, Senior Vice President Geojit Financial Services Ltd, and Ashish Kyal, CEO, wavesstrategy.com help investors with investment, trading tips, stock picks, analysis on stock movements, market predictions and more to make the best of your investments.
Q) Bought 100 shares of Jain Irrigation 7 years ago at Rs 120. Why has the stock fallen to such low levels?
Gaurang Shah says in the last 7 years there were many opportunities for the investor to revisit his investment and review the counter. Saying that this stock has been in the news for the last 2 years for all the wrong reasons, points out that its share price is down constantly and earnings have been not good. The expert says things might turn still worse if the investor does not book losses now. Ashish Kyal says since the overall trend of the stock is down in the last 2 years, points out that the investor should use ay pull back to exit the stock.
Q1) Bought 50 shares of Bharat Bijlee at Rs 1200, can hold for long term. What is the outlook?
Saying that the stock has been consolidating for the last 1 year, Ashish Kyal expects upmove if the stock breaks 1200, suggests to keep stop loss of 950.
Q2) Bought 100 shares of Emami at Rs 400, can hold for long term. Should I hold or sell?
Gaurang Shah advises to use the current correction to keep the shares in average.
Aman Dhingra, Bathinda, Punjab
Q) Bought 750 shares of Yes Bank at Rs 105, can hold for 6 months. Should I add now or wait?
Saying that this particular stock’s movment is highly volatile, Ashish Kyal recommends HDFC Bank.
Q1) Bought 200 shares of Deepak Nitrite at avg price of Rs 311, can hold for 1-2 years. What is the outlook?
Saying that the overall trend is positive, Ashish Kyal says there could be sharp upmove in the short term.
Q2) Bought 70 shares of RBL Bank at avg price of Rs 705, can hold for 1-2 years. Should I hold or sell?
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Q3) Bought 40 Shares Of Pidilite At Avg Price Of Rs 1286, Can Hold For 1-2 Years. What Is The Future?
Gaurang Shah says botht he above stocks are good, advises to invest through SIP, expects the stocks to create wealth in the long time.
NK Sinha, Kolkata
Q1) Bought 200 shares of DCB Bank at Rs 70, can hold for 4-5 years. What is the outlook?
Gaurang Shah advises to book some profits and stay invested with balance capital.
Q2) Bought 110 shares of Swaraj Engines at Rs 1000, can hold for 1 year. Should I hold or sell?
Ashish Kyal says it is best to book partial profits, suggests to diversify the balance amount in other stocks like L&T, TCS, or Citi Union Bank.
Q1) Bought 16 shares of Bosch at Rs 19,800, can hold for long term. What is the outlook?
Gaurang Shah says the underperformance of auto sector will lead to underperformance of auto ancillaries.
Q2) Want to invest in the banking sector for the long term. Please recommend some best-performers.
Gaurang Shah recommends ICICI Bank.
Inderjeet, New Delhi
Q1) Bought 300 shares of Jet Airways at Rs 750 few years back. How long should I hold it for?
Gaurang Shah says recovery is virtually impossible now.
Q2) Bought 100 shares of SPARC at Rs 525. How long should I hold it for?
Q3) Bought 300 shares of Gabriel India at Rs 165. How long should I hold it for?
Gaurang Shah says it does not make sense holding on to the above stocks.
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