Stocks

Day Trading Guide

Yoganand D. BL Research Bureau | Updated on November 15, 2017 Published on January 10, 2012

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DLF

Initiate fresh long position with tight stop-loss only if the stock climbs above Rs 187 levels.

ICICI Bank

Make use of dips to buy the stock while maintaining stiff stop-loss at Rs 760 levels.

Infosys

Fresh long position is recommended with stiff stop-loss only if the stock advances above Rs 2,880 levels.

L&T

The stock jumped four per cent accompanied by above average volume in the last trading session. We recommend a buy in the stock with tight stop-loss at Rs 1,120 levels.

ONGC

We recommend a buy in the counter while maintaining tight stop-loss at Rs 259 levels.

Reliance Industries

Initiate fresh long position with stiff stop-loss if RIL rebounds up from Rs 723 levels.

SBI

Make use of dips to buy the stock while maintaining fixed stop-loss at Rs 1,677 levels.

Tata Motors

Fresh long position can be initiated with stiff stop-loss only if the counter moves above Rs 208 levels.

Tata Steel

The near-term outlook is positive for the stock. We recommend a buy in the stock with stop-loss at Rs 365 levels.

Nifty Futures

On Tuesday, Nifty Futures breached its immediate resistance at 4,800, by surging 2.5 per cent. Fresh long position can be initiated with tight stop-loss if Nifty Futures reverses higher from 4,820 levels.



Published on January 10, 2012

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