In case 11,250 is breached, the downside remains open towards 11,000-10,900 zone.
With no major price development off late, we expect market to remain choppy throughout the week. Most of the price-based evidence is pointing towards a broad range action within 11,250-11,750 with 11,550 as its break even zone.
On daily scale, the rebound has been primarily led by banking & pharma sector with broader market continuing to outperform benchmark indices. With SEBI's new norms for multi-cap in focus, it's better to pick selective midcap & smallcap stocks which could provide the necessary alpha in the short term.
In case 11,250 is breached, the downside remains open towards 11,000-10,900 zone which can be participated via banking names which have been underperforming.
Here is the list of three stocks recommendations for short term:
Sun Pharma: Buy
Positive sector outlook & occurrence of an Engulfing Bullish formation on its daily scale reaffirms the support of its ongoing Broadening formation. We expect the stock to display a strong rebound once above Rs 518 zone. Trading longs could be deployed with a stop below Rs 499 from hereon with an anticipation of a move towards Rs 540 zone.
Indraprastha Gas: Buy
'Bullish Hammer' on its weekly scale reconfirmed the strength of its support been placed around Rs 380 zone. The follow through move resembles like a 'Rising Three' formation on the weekly scale. With its weekly RSi displaying renewed strength IGL could see a fresh breakout from its ongoing declining channel formation. Fresh longs could still be considered with a stop below Rs 405 with an expectation of a move towards Rs 440.
Fresh breakout from its 14-week consolidation is well supported with volumes. The contraction looks like a matured Triangular formation with its probable target zone placed around Rs 1,050 which also coincides with its 200-week EMA. Trading longs should be maintained with a stop below Rs 910 to participate the ongoing momentum towards Rs 1,050.
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