Thursday, 24 September 2009

Avoid stocks that ran up 20-50% in last few weeks: JM Fin

Gautam Shah, Technical Analyst, JM Financial Services said, the markets may see 5-7% correction in the near-term as the technical indicators were showing that the markets were overbought. He said he would avoid stocks that ran up 20-50% in the last few weeks. He advised to book part profits now. However, he quickly added that the markets would see 20-25% upside after the short-term pullback. The Sensex trading base was at 16000 levels, he said. His medium-term target for the Sensex was at 18300 and for the Nifty was at 5550.

He didn’t see too much upside in autos and technology stocks. However, he was positive on oil, power, banking, capital goods and realty stocks.

Source: Moneycontrol

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