‘I want to invest about Rs 1-2 lakhs in shares for short term gain.’
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries:
Amlan Mukherjee: Please let me know what to do. At the moment, I am holding these shares:
Syed Babu: Hi. Please advise on the below stocks for the medium term.
Mohan Subramanian: I want to invest about Rs 1-2 lakhs in shares for short term gain, maybe three months.
Can you suggest a few?
Ajit Mishra: You can look at Granules India Ltd, TCS, NCC, Federal Bank and Petronet for a short term 3-4 month horizon.
Amit Babbar: I have the following shares. Please suggest which to hold and which to exit.
If I am exiting, then where should I invest the same amount?
You can invest in stocks like Orient Electricals, Phillips Carbon, V-Guard, Kansai Nerolac and JK Lakshmi Cement.
Paresh Mathur: Please advise. I have following shares.
Pankaj Kr Singh: Please advise on the following shares, both at loss.
Sanjay Misal: I am holding 104 Lupin shares @ Rs 1,238 avg price.
Please share your opinion about long term.
Ajit Mishra: Hold.
Swain Ram: I brought Adani Power shares @ Rs 126. Should I hold or exit? Please let me know.
Ajit Mishra: Exit the stock.
Irfan Danawala: Kindly advise. I have the following stocks.
Vaibhav Ghadge: I have to invest approximately Rs 50,000-60,000 per month for long term savings.
Can you suggest an investment?
I can start SIP for some amount. However, I would like to invest a partial amount in stocks also.
I currently have the below stocks.
Can you please suggest if I should exit or hold or add?
Please mail your questions to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Ask Ajit’, along with your name, and Mr Ajit Mishra will offer his unbiased views.
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