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  • Sameet Chavan

    11 Oct - 03:00hrs

    Where do markets stand technically?

    Sameet Chavan Chief Analyst - Technicals & Derivatives, Angel Broking

  • Posted By: guest:

    what is you view on ITC for long term at current market price

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : We were expecting stock to consolidate when it opened lower with a huge gap few months back. SInce then its been consolidating and we continue to expect the same. On the higher side, 290 - 295 is major trend reversal zone.

    Posted By: guest:

    suggest few banking stock for long term

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : ICICI around 255 - 250, SBI around 235, HDFC Bank on declines. In midcaps KTK, Fed bank on dips

    Posted By: guest:

    I have cochi shipyard purchase din IPO. What to do now after yeasterday relli. Should sell or Hold

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : Being a technician, i would require a good amount historical data to analyze the stock. Since its recently listed, may not be able to comment much on it. But still if you are holding since inception, you can stay put in the counter.

    Posted By: guest:

    hello sir, can you tell me about NIIT IS it good to hold to sell? purchased at rs 108

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : In the near term, as long as it holds 93, it`s worth holding but not below it.A real trend may get developed once the stock surpasses the 119 mark

    Posted By: guest:

    100 stocks of TIIL Bought @ 209.25. Can I book profit or should I hold for more gains in a year time horizon.

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : Since the stock trades on very low volumes, we do not track the counter. But having a glance at the price structure, it looks encouraging. You`ve entered as a reasonable lower price, worth holding with a Stop loss of 365.

    Posted By: guest:

    I WANT TO BUT EIL OR BHEL.. WHICH CAN BE MULTIBAGGER FOR 5YEARS TARGET ? OR ANY MULTIBAGGER STOCK FOR LONG TERM ?

    Posted By: Sameet Chavan

    : 5 years is too long for me to comment on. Within capital Goods space, L&T would always be a preferred bet followed by ABB. EIL also looks good but at a lower price

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