Amit Dalal, executive director, Tata Investment Corp, says one needs to wait for consolidation in the market before making big bets.
Amit Dalal, ED at Tata Investment Corporation is of the view that one may prefer Maruti Suzuki India on correction.
Amit Dalal, ED at Tata Investment Corporation prefers infrastructure stocks.
Amit Dalal, ED of Tata Investment Corporation is of the view that one may stay away from Crompton Greaves.
According to Amit Dalal, ED of Tata Investment Corporation, one may stay away from telecom stocks.
Amit Dalal, ED of Tata Investment Corporation is of the view that one should continue holding Idea Cellular as an investment.
Amit Dalal, ED at Tata Investment Corporation advises to prefer Thermax.
Amit Dalal, ED, Tata Investment Corporation says liquidity has been key factor for the market movement so far and if in any case it does not improve or worsens then the market is sure to be nervous about that.
The markets have cracked and the rupee has fallen to 62 against dollar. Experts believe 5500-5525 to be a strong resistance point. Earlier also Nifty had taken some support at closer to 5,500-5,525 levels.
Market will be range bound for now and much upside or downside cannot be expected, says Amit Dalal of Tata Investment Corporation in an interview to CNBC-TV18.
Amit Dalal of Tata Investment Corporation says the market can not blowout of the range which has been created now for almost six months. So, one should not expect substantially more up moves from the market, but July is definitely a better month than the month of June, he adds.
Amit Dalal of Tata Investment says that the main factor of concern is economic data, which is the one reason why the market will correct downwards in the months to come.
Amit Dalal of Tata Investment Corporation said he would continue to be invested in Idea Cellular.
Despite a disastrous day at the market, Amit Dalal, executive director, Tata Investment, is confident that the market will not see a big correction on Thursday, when Finance Minister, P Chidambaram will announce the Union Budget 2013-2014.
Amit Dalal of Tata Investment explains, in an analysis on CNBC-TV18, that the oil and gas sector over a 12-to-18-month view is a lucrative investment option on widespread consensus of the need to reduce then subsidy burden and advises investors to brace for a correction in the US and European markets
Amit Dalal, ED, Tata Investment Corporation explains to CNBC-TV18 that the market will open 2013 on a very strong note backed by a return to the highs at the start of 2012 and close to 400 companies appreciating by over 40 percent.
Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com explains on CNBC-TV18 that the market may touch 6,000 in December and inflows while Amit Dalal, ED, Tata Investment Corporation adds that strong FII inflows and upbeat government mood have boosted market sentiment.
Amit Dalal, Tata Investment Corporation says the Indian market is performing on its own merit, own technicals. "For the market to ride further, ofcourse, we need more from the parliament and the government. But definitely the strength of the market remains for the time being," he adds.
The BSE Sensex rallied 325 points to 17,670.91 on support from global markets.
L&T is an investment bet, says Amit Dalal, Executive Director, Tata Investment Corporation.
One can take an investment call on private sector banks, says Amit Dalal, Executive Director, Tata Investment Corporation.
Amit Dalal, Executive Director, Tata Investment Corporation shares his view on IT space.
According to Amit Dalal, executive director of Tata Investment Corporation, private sector banks definitely make an investment call.
It was a day marked by volatility. The markets recovered from a gap-down start, only to see fresh pressure from the earth quake and subsequent tsunami fears. The Nifty see-sawed between negative and positive terrain before closing flat.
The BSE Sensex rose 1.3% on Tuesday, helped by short covering ahead of March contracts expiry, on CNBC-TV18 reports, citing finance ministry sources, that the government would not target the so-called participatory notes in a blanket manner under its newly proposed rules targeting tax avoidance.