Sandeep Wagle of powermywealth.com told CNBC-TV18, "In Bharat Financial Inclusion I see some strength at the current levels. Broadly, I would talk of a level of Rs 750-900 given a time horizon of the next one month or so. If it goes below Rs 750 then it can be considered weak, so that can be taken as a stoploss and nearer Rs 900 I think one should book out if one has only some time. Beyond Rs 900 if that stock stays I think the stock can even go to Rs 1,000 or so."Bharat Financial Inclusion ended at Rs 832.60, up Rs 28.35, or 3.53 percent on the BSE.