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After a short-term correction, Dr Reddy's Laboratories has formed higher bottom reversal formation. The stock is consistently taking support near the 50 and 20 day SMA (Rs 4,192, Rs 4,227)
Traders with existing positions can continue to hold Apollo Tyres with a stop-loss placed below the swing low of Rs 191, and add on fresh positions above Rs 208 for a potential short term target around Rs 220.
Experts advise investors not to trade aggressively unless a convincing trend develops. Investors should keep track of global stock indices.
The lower high lower and low formation will be neglected only above 17,600 levels till then, this can be considered as a short-term pullback
Here's what Gaurav Sharma of Globe Capital Markets, recommends investors should do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today.
Although the trend has been extremely strong, we reiterate that one should avoid getting complacent at such elevated levels, says Sameet Chavan of Angel One.
Stocks like Adani Total Gas vaulted 334 percent in the calendar year till June 11. Shares of Adani Transmission, Adani Enterprises and Adani Power have jumped between 200 percent and 265 percent in the same period
Going ahead, 15,660 (June 1 high) will act as a key resistance level. If prices break above it, we may see the Nifty move higher towards 15,725.
The daily strength indicator RSI and the momentum indicator Stochastic both have turned bullish along with positive crossover which is a positive bias.
On the weekly chart, this current candle has engulfed its previous week's candle and if the index closes below 14,850, bearish engulfing will be formed on the weekly timeframe, which will be a negative signal.
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The current movement is a typical behaviour of Wave III and it is an extended impulse wave which suggests the possibility of a strong up move towards 12,500 in the coming days.
On the downside, supports are far, in the band of 11,380-11,400 which is the last week's close and the band of averages.
As far as levels are concerned, 11,550-11,650 are likely to act as immediate hurdles; whereas on the lower side, 11,350-11,200 would work as a key support zone.
Majority of experts started advising clients to accumulate quality stocks in a gradual manner with a long term view
Mitesh Thakkar of miteshthakkar.com recommends buying Hindustan Unilever with stop loss at Rs 2100 and target of Rs 2300 and M&M Financial Services with stop loss at Rs 355 and target of Rs 385.
Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com recommends buying Shree Cements with stop loss at Rs 22000 and target of Rs 23300 and Torrent Power with stop loss at Rs 282 and target of Rs 297.
Rusmik Oza said a 5-6 percent correction from the peak levels could be a healthy one for the long-term market sentiment.
Mitessh Thakkar of mitesshthakkar.com advised buying Apollo Hospitals with a stoploss of Rs 1,440 and a target of Rs 1,500.
NTPC reacted to the brokerage call and rallied 1.6 percent intraday on December 12.
Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com recommends selling Tata Motors with stop loss at Rs 164 and target of Rs 157 and Motherson Sumi Systems with stop loss at Rs 134 and target of Rs 122.
Ashwani Gujral of ashwanigujral.com advices selling Tata Steel with a stop loss of Rs 390, target of Rs 375.
The market traded in a range last week amid weak macro data, but inline performance of India Inc helped the Nifty close near its crucial support of 11,900.
Credit Suisse maintains outperform call on the stock, with the target price at Rs 480, implying a 24 percent upside from current levels.
Any decisive move below the 10,850 mark in the Nifty can trigger a fresh round of selling while on the higher side, while 11,100 levels should act as a key resistance area