UR Bhat

    UR Bhat

    MD

    Dalton Capital Advisors

    Expertise : Equity - Fundamental 

    ABOUT UR Bhat

    UR Bhat, Managing Director at Dalton Capital Advisors. He is Master of Science (M.Sc.), Physical Chemistry from IIT Kanpur

    See profit booking in PSU banks: UR Bhat

    03:47 pm | 04 Aug 2015 |

    UR Bhat, Director at Dalton Capital Advisors is of the view that one may see profit booking in PSU banks.

    Private sector banks look good: UR Bhat

    05:01 pm | 06 May 2015 |

    UR Bhat of Dalton Capital Advisors is of the view that private sector banks look good.

    See upside in auto ancillary stocks: UR Bhat

    02:00 pm | 20 Sep 2014 |

    According to UR Bhat, MD at Dalton Capital Advisors, one may see some upside in auto ancillary stocks.

    Prefer private sector banks: UR Bhat

    11:12 am | 02 Sep 2014 |

    UR Bhat, Managing Director of Dalton Capital Advisors is of the view that one may prefer private sector banks.

    Hold Tata Motors, says UR Bhat

    11:33 am | 02 Dec 2013 |

    UR Bhat, MD of Dalton Capital Advisors is of the view that one may hold Tata Motors. "Valuations are reasonably attractive," he adds.

    Prefer power stocks for long term: UR Bhat

    11:24 am | 12 Nov 2013 |

    UR Bhat, MD of Dalton Capital Advisors advises to prefer power stocks with a long term view.

    Remain invested in IT stocks, advises UR Bhat

    10:54 am | 20 Sep 2013 |

    UR Bhat, MD of Dalton Capital Advisors advises to remain invested in IT stocks as there would be further gains there.

    Buy Tata Steel for long term, says UR Bhat

    11:50 am | 14 Aug 2013 |

    According to UR Bhat, MD of Dalton Capital, one may buy Tata Steel with a long term view of 3-4 years.

    Prefer Tata Motors over Maruti Suzuki: UR Bhat

    10:44 am | 17 Jun 2013 |

    UR Bhat, MD of Dalton Capital Advisors is of the view that one can prefer Tata Motors over Maruti Suzuki at the current level.

    Invest in IT, overweight on FMCG: UR Bhat

    01:22 pm | 03 Jun 2013 |

    Dalton Capital Advisors’ MD UR Bhat said one could invest in technology sector. One should be overweight on FMCG and private sector banks.

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