ICICI direct in its latest report provides a performance snapshot for each mutual fund category and serves as a ready reckoner for performance analysis and comparison purposes.
Buy Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M) on declines, says Amit Gupta, ICICI Direct.
The ITC Q2FY12 numbers were inline with our expectations, said Himani Singh, equity research analyst at Elara Capital and Sanjay Manyal, research analyst at ICICI Direct. Singh feels that the company would surprise on the positive side for this financial year. Manyal stressed on being positive on the cigarette margins.
HCL Tech is looking weak, says Amit Gupta, ICICI Direct.
Technology bellwether Infosys will announce its results on Wednesday. The first quarter was a disappointment with higher wages and currency fluctuations hurting margins. The mood is little upbeat now as the rupee depreciation in recent months is expected to boost its July-September earnings.
Axis Bank has support at Rs 930-940, says Amit Gupta, Head- Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
See more upside in Ranbaxy, says Amit Gupta, Head- Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
How is financial turmoil across the globe affecting Indian Mutual fund industry? ICICI direct in its report analyses the industry by covering performances of all the categories vis a vis domestic and global turmoil.
Buy BHEL on declines, says Amit Gupta, Head- Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
Buy Reliance Industries around Rs 780-760, says Amit Gupta, Head- Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
NTPC can touch Rs 180-182, says Amit Gupta, Head-Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
"I will not initiate long close to 5,150 levels," says Amit Gupta, head- derivatives, ICICI Direct.
Reliance Industries has support at Rs 780-760, says Amit Gupta, Head-Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
Amit Gupta, Head-Derivatives, ICICI Direct share his view on Infosys and TCS.
Short Larsen and Toubro (L&T) around Rs 1580-1590, says Amit Gupta, Head-Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
Pankaj Pandey, ICICI Direct said, he expects the market to see time based correction rather than a price based correction over the next six-nine months.
Initiate long positions in Infosys, says Amit Gupta, ICICI Direct.
Stay away from ONGC, says Amit Gupta, ICICI Direct.
Reliance Industries may move to Rs 840-845, says Amit Gupta, ICICI Direct.
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TCS will remain in Rs 940-1030 range till expiry, says Amit Gupta, Head- Derivatives, ICICI Direct.
In a conversation to CNBC-TV18, Amit Gupta of ICICI Direct said that 4,950 is a very critical level for the Nifty. Gupta suggest picking stocks like Indian Hotel, IVRCL, HDIL, BHEL and PFC as they have higher leverage right now.
SBI has target of Rs 2700, says Pankaj Pandey, Head Research, ICICI Direct.
HDFC Bank has target of Rs 532, says Pankaj Pandey, Head Research, ICICI Direct.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Pankaj Pandey, head research of ICICI Direct said, in the short-term, the Nifty will oscillate in the range of 5,300 to 5,700. He is bullish on IT, pharma and banking.