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Saturday, October 20, 2018

25 stocks fell 10-30% in just 4 trading sessions, do you own any? Stock Market News and Tips

In the S&P BSE Mid-cap index, three stocks slipped 10-30% which include names like L&T Finance Holdings, Piramal Enterprises, and Indiabulls Housing Finance.

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The S&P BSE Sensex lost 1.2 percent while Nifty50 saw a decline of 1.6 percent for the week ended October 12 but the real carnage was seen in small & midcaps which plunged 10-30 percent in the same period.

As many as 25 stocks in the S&P BSE500 index plunged 10-30 percent for the week ended 19 October which include names like Indiabulls Housing Finance, Dewan Housing Finance, Indiabulls Real Estate, PNB Housing Finance, 8K Miles, Kwality, Dish TV, Avenue Supermarts, Yes Bank, Bandhan Bank etc. among others.

Weak global cues, trade war concerns, rise in crude oil prices, emergence of liquidity fears in NBFCs as well as NBFCs, along with weak macroeconomic data such as rise in inflation and fall in IIP, selling pressure from foreign investors, mixed results from India Inc., and hawkish commentary of US Federal Reserve all weighed on sentiment.

In the S&P BSE Small-Cap index, Adlabs Entertainment slipped 20 percent, followed by Nutraplus India (down 19%), 8K Miles (down 18%), Mcnally Bharat (down 18%), Repro Home Finance (down 16%), Edelweiss Financial Services (down 15%) etc. among others.

In the S&P BSE Mid-cap index, three stocks slipped 10-30% which include names like L&T Finance Holdings, Piramal Enterprises, and Indiabulls Housing Finance.

Indian Stock market tips witnessed heavy selling pressure near key resistance levels and eventually, it broke below 10,300 levels on an intraday basis. The Nifty50 slipped 1.6 percent for the week but closed above 10,300 levels at 10,303.

“Market was volatile on concerns of slowing world economy due to lingering trade wars between the US and China. The Nifty faced stiff resistance at 10700 as the rise in oil price and volatility in INR influenced investors to book profits,” Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services told Moneycontrol.

source:- Moneycontrol

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Friday, October 19, 2018

Stock picks of the day: MOIL, Wipro among top 3 short-term stock picks | Stock Market News

The Nifty is likely to consolidate within the range of 10,700 and 10,200. A decisive breakout on either side will confirm the future trend.

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The Nifty started the session on Wednesday with a gap up, opening almost 100 points higher, but erased entire gains throughout the day. The index formed a bearish engulfing pattern on daily charts which suggests that bears are in charge once again.

In the market, auto stocks ended the session as worst performers whereas FMCG stocks outperformed the benchmark index for the day. The volatility index India, VIX, witnessed a rise of 3.51 percent in the previous trading session.

On the options front, 11,000 and 10,700 Calls added most open interest (OI) whereas 10,400 and 10,500 puts ended as most active.

Going forward, the Nifty is likely to consolidate within the range of 10,700 and 10,200 levels. A decisive breakout on either side will confirm the future trend.

A breakdown from the lower band of 10,200 may trigger selling pressure which may take the index towards 9,900.
On the other hand, 10,700 may act as immediate resistance; sustained trades above 10,700 may induce further rally towards 11000.

Here is a list of top three stocks which could give 8-9% return in the next 1 month:

MOIL: Buy| CMP: Rs.173.15 | Target Rs 187.50| Stop Loss Rs.165| Return 8.50%
After prolong corrective phase, the stock has witnessed a breakout from its consolidation pattern at 173.15 levels on the daily chart. The counter has taken a support at its 200-EMA on the weekly time frame charts.
Earlier, whenever the stock has retraced near its 200-EMA it has respected and moved higher from that level. Each candle has a closing above the prior candle close from the past three weeks which suggests strength in the prevailing trend.
A bullish crossover in the daily RSI is being witnessed which may induce a positive shift in the bullish momentum in the stock price. Traders can accumulate the stock in the range of 171–174.80 for the target of 187.50 with a stop loss below 165.

Wipro: Buy| CMP: Rs 323.15 | Target Rs 349 | Stop Loss Rs.308| Return 8%
On the daily chart, the price has surpassed its trendline resistance and witnessed a flag pattern breakout at 323.15. On the weekly chart, "above the stomach" candlestick pattern has formed which suggests the possibility of a bullish reversal.
Moreover, the price is trading above its 50-EMA which acted as a support in the previous two instances. A bullish crossover in the daily RSI is being witnessed which may induce a positive shift in bullish momentum in the stock price.
Traders can accumulate the stock in the range of Rs 320-326 for the target of Rs 349 and a stop loss below Rs 308.

GE Power India: Buy| CMP: Rs. 794.80| Target Rs 866| Stop Loss Rs.752| Return 9%
The stock after a steep correction has witnessed a breakout from its falling wedge pattern on the daily timeline. Moreover, the price has completed bullish Anti-Nen Star harmonic pattern on the weekly chart.
Furthermore, the counter was able to close above its 200-DEMA in Wednesday’s session which is acting as a strong support. The momentum oscillator RSI (14) is in bullish crossover and falling suggesting a continuation of bullish momentum.

Traders can accumulate the stock in the range of 786-804 for the target of Rsc866 and a stop loss below Rs 752.

source:- MoneyControl

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Stock Market Tips: 8 stocks will earn, raise profit


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On Wednesday, for the intra-day turnover, market experts have advised to buy ONGC, Jet Airways, Federal Bank, Adani Ports, Torrent Power, Tata Elexi, EQUITAS while selling in DHFL. Experts believe that during this intra-day, these stocks can get a good return. You can earn from trading based on the strategy given below.

Torrent Power
Stop loss-240
target-250

Tata Alexey
Stop Loss - 1035
Target - 1060

EQUITAS
Stop Loss - 128
Target - 138

ONGC
Stop Loss - 158
Target - 178

Jet airways
Stop loss- 333
target- 353

Federal bank
Stop Loss - 77
Target - 86

Adani Ports
Stop loss-323
target-345

DHFL
Stop loss-277
target-255


Source:- MoneyBhaskar

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Stock Market News and Tips: Top 10 Dividend Stocks that are a buy now in volatility

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Dividend-paying stocks make an ideal portfolio play in such times of crisis. These stocks tend to absorb the volatility and remain relatively stronger in such a scenario, but at the same time, they are low-return stocks.

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General Insurance Corp of India: Dividend per share 8.6| Payout: 37.2%
GICRE was incorporated in November 1972 as a part of Government of India’s (GoI) move to nationalize the general insurance business. The majority is owned by GoI and is the dominant Indian reinsurer.
GICRE is present in various segments of reinsurance of which major segments are fire, health, motor, agriculture, marine, aviation, and engineering. The Indian reinsurance market, estimated to be around Rs 388 billion, has witnessed compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15 percent in the past 10 years.

Graphite India: Dividend per share 44| Dividend Payout Ratio: 29.7%
Graphite India (GIL) is the leading graphite electrode manufacturer in the domestic market, and along with its German subsidiary, Cova, as on date, is the fourth largest non-Chinese electrode manufacturer globally with a combined manufacturing capacity of 98,000 tonnes per annum (tpa).
The company’s overall financial profile continues to remain strong as a result of its highly conservative capital structure and strong liquidity profile.

India Oil Corporation: Dividend Per Share: 9.3| Dividend Payout Ratio: 42.6%
Indian Oil Corporation is a state-owned Maharatna company founded in 1959 and is engaged primarily in the exploration and production of crude oil, natural gas & petrochemicals, refining, pipeline transportation and marketing of petroleum products.
The company plans to double the number of retail outlets over the next three years from 27,000 to 52,000, IOC will continue to be the nation’s largest fuel retailer.

Infosys: Dividend Per Share: 21.8| Dividend Payout Ratio: 52.5%
Infosys has a track record of consistent dividend payment with a dividend payout CAGR of 33 percent. Infosys’ dividend payout ratio for FY18 is 48 percent. For FY19 we expect revenue from Digital services which is a high margin business, to be higher.
Given Infosys stated capital allocation policy to return 70 percent of Free Cash Flow (Rs. 10.4 bn set aside for FY19), improved profitability due to currency tailwinds and higher Digital revenues in FY20, we expect Infosys to maintain a dividend yield of over 3 percent in the future.

ITC: Dividend Per Share: 7| Dividend Payout Ratio: 61.1%
ITC Ltd is one of India’s foremost diversified businesses and a market leader in cigarettes in India. At present, ITC has more than 4.5 Mn sq.ft of warehousing space and it has more than 200 factories.
ITC Foods is the 3rd largest and fastest growing segment, and ITC hotels are one of the fastest growing hospitality chains in India. During the last 5 years, ITC’s revenue grew by 5.4 percent CAGR to Rs. 431.2 Bn, profits grew by 6.1 percent CAGR to Rs. 112.7 bn and RoE was above 22 percent.

Manappuram Finance: Dividend Per Share: 3.2| Dividend Payout Ratio: 27.6%
Manappuram Finance (MFL) was incorporated in 1992. It mainly focuses on utilizing surplus capital to build or acquire new lending products relevant to the existing retail customer base.
MFL’s total AUM has grown from Rs. 75.5 Bn in FY11 to Rs. 158 Bn in FY18 at a CAGR of 10 percent. Its standalone Capital Adequacy Ratio in FY18 stood at 27 percent. MFL recorded a net interest income (NII) of Rs. 23,957 million and the net profit of Rs 6,709 million in FY18 with a CAGR of 17 percent and 24 percent respectively over the last 5 years. MFL has been distributing consistent dividends to its shareholders.

NHPC: Dividend Per Share: 1.7| Dividend Payout Ratio 57%
NHPC is India’s largest hydropower generating company. It is a Mini-ratna Category I enterprise (the GoI owns 73.96%). The company has an installed capacity base of 5,451 MW across 18 hydropower stations.
NHPC has a target of setting up 430MW renewable capacity (380MW solar, 50MW wind) over FY17-20. NHPC has also obtained category-I inter-state power trading license from CERC in the month of April 2018 to tap the opportunities available in the business of power trading.

South Indian Bank: Dividend Per Share: 0.6| Dividend Payout Ratio: 15.1%
South Indian Bank is a private sector bank that was founded in the year 1929 and is headquartered in Thrissur, Kerala. South Indian Bank Limited provides retail and corporate banking, para-banking activities such as debit card, third-party product distribution in addition to Treasury and Foreign Exchange Business.

Sun TV Network: Dividend Per Share: 22.1| Dividend Payout Ration 51.8%
Sun TV Network Ltd is into broadcasting services. It is engaged in broadcasting satellite television in South India. It operates in 4 South Indian languages with viewers in Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, United States, Australia, South Africa, and Canada.
It is also into FM radio broadcasting (45 FM Radio Stations) spread across Chennai, Coimbatore, and Tirunelveli. Sun Group also has 3 Daily Newspapers and 6 Magazines. Sun Direct, one of the largest DTH service providers in India has more than 9 Mn subscribers.

Vedanta: Dividend Per Share: Rs 13.3| Dividend Payout Ratio 39.5%
Vedanta Limited is a globally diversified Vedanta Group Company with low-cost operations across zinc, copper, lead, aluminum, silver, iron ore, oil & gas, and power. The business spans across India, South Africa, Namibia, Ireland, and Australia. It is the largest private sector oil and gas producer in India producing 25 percent of India’s crude oil.
It has the largest aluminum capacity of 2.3 MTPA in India and operates through Balco and enjoys a 40 percent market share. The company has iron ore mine reserves of 100 MT with a life of 20 years and is the largest private sector exporter of iron ore in India.

Source:- MoneyControl



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Monday, October 15, 2018

Stock Market News and Tips: Media stocks gain led DEN Networks; GAIL India, HPCL shed 3%, YES Bank most active

Media stocks gain led DEN Networks; GAIL India, HPCL shed 3%, YES Bank most active

The breadth of the market favored advances, with 1096 stocks advancing, 598 declining and 375 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 1421 stocks advanced, 927 declined and 148 remained unchanged.
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The Indian stock market continues to stay weak in this afternoon session with the Nifty50 down 12 points, trading at 10,460 while the Sensex shed 29 points at 34,704.

Nifty IT is outperforming, up over 1 percent led by KPIT Tech, Mindtree, Tata Elxsi, Tata Consultancy Services, and Infosys.

Pharma stocks are also buzzing, with the index up close to 2 percent led by Cadila Healthcare, Dr. Reddy's Labs, Lupin, GSK Pharma and Sun Pharma.

From the media space, DEN Networks zoomed over 15 percent followed by Hathway Cable, INOX Leisure, Network18, TV18 Broadcast, and Zee Entertainment.
Selective midcap stocks are up led by Cholamandalam Investment, Exide Industries, NBCC, Power Finance Corporation, Rural Electrification Corporation, and Tata Power among others.

From the oil & gas space, GAIL India and HPCL are down 3 percent each while heavyweight Reliance Industries has gained half a percent.

From the BSE midcap space, ICICI Securities jumped 10 percent followed by Natco Pharma, Mphasis and Central Bank of India.

From the BSE smallcap space, the top gainers include sugar stocks like Uttam Sugar, Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Dwarikesh Sugar followed by CMI, DEN Networks, and GTPL.
The top gainers from NSE include Dr. Reddy's Labs, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Cipla, Infosys, and ITC.
The top losers include HPCL, GAIL India, Hindustan Unilever, Mahindra & Mahindra, and IndusInd Bank.
The most active stocks are YES Bank, Reliance Industries, Hindustan Unilever, Dewan Housing Finance and ICICI Bank.

57 stocks have hit new 52-week low including names like Kwality, Pincon Spirit, JP Power, Videocon Industries and The South Indian Bank among others.

The breadth of the market favored advances, with 1096 stocks advancing, 598 declining and 375 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 1421 stocks advanced, 927 declined and 148 remained unchanged.

Source:- Moneycontrol




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Stock Market News and Tips: सोमवार को 9 Stocks में होगी कमाई, उठाएं फायदा

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Stock Market: एक्सपर्ट्स का मानना है कि इंट्रा-डे के दौरान इन शेयरों में अच्छा रिटर्न मिल सकता है।

Stock Market: सोमवार को इंट्रा-डे कारोबार के लिए मार्केट एक्‍सपर्ट्स ने  JAI CORP LTD, टाटा पावर, Acknit Industries, माइंडट्री, यूबीएल, रिलायंस कैपिटल, DCB बैंक, कोल इंडिया में खरीददारी जबकि TCS में बिकवाली की सलाह दी है। एक्सपर्ट्स का मानना है कि इंट्रा-डे के दौरान इन शेयरों में अच्छा रिटर्न मिल सकता है। आप नीचे दी गई रणनीति के आधार पर इनमें ट्रेडिंग से इनकम कर सकते हैं।

माइंडट्री

स्टॉप लॉस- 910

टारगेट- 950

यूबीएल

स्टॉप लॉस- 1150

टारगेट- 1125

रिलायंस कैपिटल

स्टॉप लॉस- 255

टारगेट- 270

DCB बैंक

स्टॉप लॉस- 156

टारगेट- 170

कोल इंडिया

स्टॉप लॉस- 270

टारगेट- 283

TCS

स्टॉप लॉस- 1965

टारगेट- 1860

JAI CORP LTD

स्टॉप लॉस- 100-10
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टारगेट- 118

टाटा पावर

स्टॉप लॉस- 62

टारगेट- 75

Acknit Industries

स्टॉप लॉस- 142

टारगेट- 170

Source:- MoneyBhaskar





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Friday, October 12, 2018

Five stocks for Long-term perspective return upto 70% to 90% | Stock Market News and Tips



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Q. Any five stocks that you like with a 3-year perspective?

A. Equitas Holdings| Target: Rs 230 | Return: 79 percent
Ujjivan Financial Services| Target: Rs 495 | Return: 99 percent
Both stocks are on different themes. They are neither universal banks nor NBFC. They are small finance banks with different guidelines issued by RBI:
a) To extend 75 percent of its Adjusted Net Bank Credit (ANBC) to the sectors eligible for classification as priority sector lending (PSL)
b) At least 50 percent of its loan portfolio should constitute loans and advances of up to Rs 25 lakh.
Both stocks are expected to "nail it" owing to strong demand from rural penetration. Equitas has already made its secure loan book to 70 percent and has transformed its maximum branches into banks.
Ujjivan will do the transformation in this financial year. Currently, it is available at P/BV of 1.75x and 1.87x respectively, we expect these two stocks to outperform in the coming years with a target of Rs 230 and Rs 495 initially.

Godrej Agrovet| Target: Rs 810 | Return: 56 percent
The company has launched new products in crop protection segment with capital expenditure of Rs 275 crore in the current fiscal to boost its chicken meat processing, oil palm, and agro-chemicals businesses.
Additionally, the company is setting up a palm oil processing facility to increase its production capacity with 60 tonnes per hour. Moreover, an increase in import duty on palm oil, making imports expensive and domestic production competitive, will benefit the company substantially.
Dairy margins are expected to stabilize owing to expansion towards the value-added products, though volatility in milk prices can play a spoilsport. The target for the next 2-3 years is estimated at Rs 810.

Shoppers Stop| Target: Rs 728 | Return: 55 percent
Deal with Amazon has boosted the top line of the company making it debt free leading to a strong balance sheet. Further, well build liquidity makes the stock a strong Buy candidate.
Shoppers operating margin is expected to improve in near-term by 7-8 percent with expected recovery in-store sales growth to about 5-7 percent. Additionally, Rs 150-200 crore of cash generation is expected annually in the books.
Moreover, with the advent of the festive season, the launch of "Wardrobe refresh" by the company offering over 150+ brands under one roof would add numbers to the top line. We suggest, accumulate with the target of Rs 728.

Zee Learn| Target: Rs 60 | Return: 61 percent
With MT Educare in its bucket, Zee has reported strong Q1 numbers. Limited competition in the organized segment and a disciplined execution makes it pure play in this segment.

Cash generating a business model and enjoying excellent EBITDA margins of around 38 percent for FY18, Zee could become one of the biggest organized players in the education industry. We suggest, accumulate for an initial target of Rs 60.

source:- Moneycontrol



The information given herein should be treated as the only factor while making an investment decision. The report does not provide individually tailor-made investment advice. Trade India Research Recommends that investors independently evaluate particular investments and strategies, and encourages investors to seek the advice of a financial adviser.

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