Technical analyst Rajat Bose has maintained 'hold' rating on TVS Motor Company Limited stock with a medium-to-long term view.
According to analyst, the investors can buy the stock with a strict stop loss of Rs 49.
The stock of the company, on May 03, closed at Rs 55.40 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 87.45 and a low of Rs 44.90 on BSE.
Current EPS & P/E ratio stood at 4.06 and 13.04 respectively.
Technical Analyst, Rajat K Bose is of the view that investors can buy Jayshree Tea and Industries stock to achieve a short term target that lies between Rs 180-210.
According to him, interested investors can purchase the stock around Rs 157 with a strict stop loss of Rs 152.
Shares of the company, on Wednesday (May 21), closed at Rs 162.35 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The total volume of shares traded at the BSE was 939632. Current EPS and P/E stood at 9.57 and 16.96 respectively. The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 185 and a low of Rs 93.5 on BSE.
As per views of technical analyst Rajat K Bose, day traders can purchase Balrampur Chini stock on declines to achieve an intraday target of Rs 104.
If the stock market remains positive, the next target for the day will be above Rs above 107. The stop loss marked for the suggested stock is Rs 98.90.
Shares of the company, on Thursday (May 8), closed at Rs 101.60 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The total volume of shares traded at the BSE was 3022179. The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 127.9 and a low of Rs 49.9 on BSE.
After previous close at Rs. 44.00, Ispat Industries stock is currently trading Rs. 1.40 up at Rs. 45.40 i.e 3.18% up at BSE on Jan 24 at 12:28 pm.
The stock closed at Rs. 43.90 yesterday, but it is currently trading Rs. 2.05 up at 45.95 i.e 4.67% up at NSE on Jan 24, at 12:32 pm.
The stock has great potential to go up. It is advised to hold the stock. Technical Analyst, Rajat K Bose reckons that above Rs 82, Ispat Industries can touch Rs 90.
According to Rajat K Bose, if the stock toches Rs 67-70, from there the next target would be something like Rs 79 to Rs 82 and above that it may even scale upto Rs 90.
Stock market analyst Rajat K Bose has suggested the investors to sell Grasim Industries stock as there are full chances of a downward trend in this stock.
After opening strongly at Rs 3,590 against its last closure at Rs 3515.15 (7 Jan), the stock traded in a weak manner on yesterday (8 Jan), and marked its closure at Rs 3,400.60 after making a loss of Rs 114.55.
If the stock fell below Rs 3380, it may see more weakness. So the investors must sell the stock with a stop loss above 3440 for targets of Rs 3330 and Rs 3305.
Traders are suggested to buy ‘Sical Logistics’ stock for intraday dealings today. It is a productive & standard stock, which will surely left investors with good returns.
It is better for investors to purchase the stock around Rs 218-219, with a stop loss below Rs 319.50. The stock has an intraday target between Rs 366-375.
Stock market analyst Rajat K Bose has given this day trading call.
Stock analyst Rajat K Bose has suggested a ‘buy’ for Hotel Leela to achieve a intraday target between Rs 76-79, in today’s trading session.
Today, the stock has gained 3.57 percent up till now.
The company has a good business model, and it may soon come out with robust results. It is a brilliant stock, which has seen a 52 week high of Rs 80.70 and a low of Rs 37.50. At current market price of Rs 74, the stock is trading with a P/E of 18.17. The EPS stood at Rs 22.50.
Interested day traders can purchase the stock around Rs 70 with a stop loss below Rs 69.
Stock market analyst Rajat K Bose has given an intraday call for Hyderabad Industries.
According to Mr. Rajat, the stock can be purchased with strict stop loss of Rs 233.80 for the target of Rs 247. The maximum target for the day is Rs 254.
The traders can surely achieve this target as the stock market is also trading in the positive mood.
On Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the stock has touched 52-week high of Rs 330 with the low of Rs 139. Based on current results, the stock is trading at a P/E of 11.96 and provides an EPS of Rs 21.94.
Stock analyst Rajat K Bose has suggested investors to buy Suprajit Engineering for intraday trading to make good returns.
The stock has performed brilliantly in previous trading sessions, and it will definitely left capitalists with great earnings in today’s session.
Don’t miss the opportunity. Today, the stock opened at Rs 130.90 after closing at Rs 119.05 on BSE. At present, the stock is trading at Rs 142 on BSE.
The investors can purchase the stock at lower level to achieve an intraday target of Rs 145 with a strict stop loss at Rs 130. The stock has seen a 52-week high of Rs 199 and low of Rs 82 on BSE.
Buy Noida Toll Bridge with a stop loss below Rs 55 for targets of Rs 63 and Rs 67.
Stock market analyst, Rajat K Bose has given this intraday call after analyzing the stock’s previous performance. Intraday day investors can sell the stock after making the said profit.
Presently, the stock has gained 4.3% at Rs 61.00.
Technical analyst, Rajat K Bose has recommended that Praj Industries stock is looking strong for intraday trading today.
He also suggested that the interested investors can buy the stock with a stop loss below Rs 204 for targets of Rs 218 and Rs 223
The CMP is Rs 217.85, up 3.6 percent on BSE. On NSE, it has gained around 3.1% up till now. Investors need not to worry if the stock price falls because it is a good stock for intraday trading and it has already proven its brilliancy in day trading movements.
Last month, it has commissioned UK’s first bioethanol plant for British Sugar at Wissington, Norfolk.
BAG Films stock has made around 6% up till now, in today’s trading session. The stock can be picked up.
The Sun TV Network’s stock opened at Rs. 355.50, after the previous close of Rs. 343.65 at BSE. The stock is presently trading 6.21% up at Rs. 365.00 at the BSE.
The stock opened at Rs. 379.90, after the previous close of Rs. 344.05 at NSE. The stock is presently trading 6.23% up at Rs. 365.50 at NSE.
The stock has great potential. It can still exhibit superb surge. The long term traders are recommended to hold the stock.
However, the stock analyst, Rajat K Bose has recommended the stock for day trading. The stock analyst gives “buy call” for the stock for quick short term gains.
Rico auto has gained around 4.8% up till now, in today’s trading session. The stock can be picked up. The stock has been recommended by stock analyst Rajat K Bose for intraday trading.
It is good for investors to purchase the stock around Rs 42, if the stock falls, otherwise grasp it between Rs 43-44, to achieve an intraday target above Rs 48.
The maximum target for the day is Rs 51, and the investors have a stop loss at Rs 39.80.
Stock Market Analyst Rajat K Bose has suggested the investors to sell Reliance Petroleum as there are full chances of a downward trend in this stock.
If the stock fell below Rs 195, it may see more weakness.
There is also news that global energy major Chevron Corporation may exit Reliance Petroleum (RPL) by selling its 5% stake to Reliance Industries.
Recently, Reliance Industries undertook divestment of 4% stake in RPL for more than Rs 40.23 billion. Presently, Reliance Industries` stake in RPL stands at around 71%.
Technical analyst, Rajat K Bose has recommended that Bajaj Auto is looking strong for intraday trading today.
He also suggested that the interested investors can buy the stock with a stop loss below Rs 2460 for targets of Rs 2550 and Rs 2562
The CMP is Rs 2,580.00, up 1.8 percent.
Bajaj Auto announced an extension of its festive season offer of Rs 4,000 discount on 100 cc bike Platina till December, reports Economic Times.
The company slashed prices of Platina to Rs 30,000. The response for the offer has been good, as a result, the company extended this offer till the year end.
According to technical analyst, Rajat K Bose Tata Steel is the best stock to reap gains in the long-run. The stock will burst after 9-10 months, so it’s better to hold the stock to make higher profits.
Bose told, “The base metals or steel are looking very weak. I was checking the LME base metals charts, alluminium, teen, copper, zinc, they are all looking pretty bad. Some of them have actually gone below 200-day; alluminium has done that recently and has given a sell signal.”
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