For the upcoming week, Nifty’s trend is likely to remain range-bound with a positive bias, and if Nifty sustains 11,250-11,300 levels then it can further move towards 11,550-11,600, Gaurav Garg, Head of Research at CapitalVia Global Research Limited, said in an interview with Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand.
Q) Nifty closed mildly in the red. What fuelled the price action on D-Street? Although the index moved in a range as gains were capped around 11,350 levels?
A) After four days of consolidation, Nifty50 failed to sustain the level of 11,300 as it witnessed profit booking at higher levels and closed on a negative note for the week.
However, the Nifty managed to close above its trend line support formed on 14 August 2020. The major factors driving Nifty’s rally during the early week were positive global cues, better earnings than expected, and demand resumption due to economic recovery post lockdown.
Q) How is the coming week likely to pan out for investors? What does the technical suggest? Important levels which traders should watch out for?
A) The Nifty50 has been respecting its rising support trend line by connecting all the recent swing lows and is holding above the 200-day EMA.
For the upcoming week, Nifty’s trend is likely to remain range-bound with a positive bias. If Nifty sustains 11,250-11,300 levels then it can further move towards 11,550-11,600.
The support for Nifty is now placed at 11100 and 10880. The resistance for Nifty is placed at 10,370 and 10,430. However, traders should avoid aggressive longs at higher levels.
Q) Sectorally, capital goods, industrial, and auto were among the top gainers in the week gone by. What is driving the rally in these themes?
A) The resumption of economic activity due to the easing of lockdown norms is one of the major factors driving the rally in these sectors.
The demand recovery has been higher than expected in the auto sector post lockdown. Within the auto sector, the tractor segment has surprised with good numbers amidst good monsoon.
Q) Mid & Smallcaps outperform on most of the choppy days. Does it look like investors are chasing growth in a volatile market?
A) The recent correction in the mid and small-cap space is providing investors an opportunity to build their portfolio for the long term.
Investors rebalancing their portfolio as per their risk appetite can be one of the reasons for the outperformance of mid and small-caps.
The Midcap index has lesser exposure to the financial sector than the large-cap index. This might be one of the main reasons for the outperformance of this space on most of the choppy days. Therefore, the diversified category will be a better solution for investors.Q) Please give the top 3-5 trading ideas with a time horizon of 3-4 weeks?
A) Here is a list of stocks which could deliver up to 17 percent return in the next 3-4 weeks:Titan Company: LTP: Rs 1102| Buy above Rs 1,120 | Target: Rs 1,199 | Stop Loss: Rs 1,047 | Upside 8%
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