InvestorQ : please submit your view on the following stocks :- 1) balrampur chini @ 355/- 2) bandhan bank @313/- 3) icici bank @ 732/- 4) igl @ 428/- 5) nbcc @50/- 6) pfc @ 126/- 7) sbi @ 283/- 8) tata motor @ 308/- 9) titan @2435/- 10) irb @234/-
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please submit your view on the following stocks :- 1) balrampur chini @ 355/- 2) bandhan bank @313/- 3) icici bank @ 732/- 4) igl @ 428/- 5) nbcc @50/- 6) pfc @ 126/- 7) sbi @ 283/- 8) tata motor @ 308/- 9) titan @2435/- 10) irb @234/-

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Anu Biswas answered.
2 weeks ago
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Let me itemize my response to your query…

· Balrampur, price is below the buy price but the stock is in a sweet spot as the combination of sugar demand and ethanol blending takes off.

· Bandhan Bank is facing stress on its microfinance portfolio so if you get around 330-340 on the stock, you should look at taking the exit.

· ICICI Bank remains a top bet on banking. It is slightly above your buy price so if you get dips keep accumulating more.

· Try to book profits on IGL as the stock is giving more than 15% returns and the gas pricing is likely to put pressure on the stock.

· NBCC runs a rather big risk on the construction front as the sector is still facing troubles. The focus on incomplete projects may not really work. Better to exit at the first chance.

· PFC is a good long-term play on power sector with all the reforms coming in the stress on power NPAs should come down sharply.

· SBI has been bought at a great price but is a good long-term story. Hold on and use dips to accumulate with an eventual target of Rs.600 plus on the stock.

· Tata Motors is another stock bought at a great and exciting price and is likely to remain at the forefront of the EV shift by cars.

· Titan price may be below the buy price but that is hardly a worry. It is still a big bet on the revival in consumption and spending post COVID.

IRB Infra had a tough time and has also been volatile. While the stock is up from the lows, you can look at DLF as a much better play than IRB, which is too infra-focused.

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