By Shrikant Chouhan
Bulls continued positive momentum for the third day in a row, the NSE Nifty 50 ended 62 points higher while the BSE Sensex settled 246 points up. Among sectors, strong buying was seen in reality and banking stocks. Amid sectoral indices, reality was the top gainer rallying nearly 2.5 per cent. Technically, the Nifty/Sensex not only cleared the short-term resistance of 16300/54500 but they also succeeded to close above the same which is broadly positive.
In addition, they are also holding higher bottom formation and on daily charts it has formed a long bullish candle. The short-term trading setup is indicating further uptrend from the current levels. For the traders now 16250/54300 would be the trend decider level. Above which the indices could move till 16400-16450/55000-55200. On the flip side, below 16250/54300 the indices could slip up to 16150/54000.
Technical stocks to buy
BUY, CMP: Rs 1,348.05, TARGET: Rs 1,415, SL: Rs 1,320
The stock was into a sloping channel from the past few sessions. The recent price correction from its supply zone has plunged the counter to its important support area. As a result, the pullback rally is very likely for further up move in the near term.
BUY, CMP: Rs 3,753.25, TARGET: Rs 3,950, SL: Rs 3,670
On the daily chart, post reversal from its support zone the stock is into a gradual up move in a rising channel pattern. The texture of the chart pattern suggest upward movement from the current level in the coming horizon.
BUY, CMP: Rs 152.25, TARGET: Rs 160, SL: Rs 148
On a monthly scale, post its downward move the counter took support at important retracement zone. In addition, on the daily charts, the counter has given a breakout of the Symmetrical triangle chart pattern along with decent volume activity, which suggests that the counter has enough potential for upside from the current levels.
BUY, CMP: Rs 1,007.7, TARGET: Rs 1,060, SL: Rs 987
The stock has underperformed in the past few weeks and it has witnessed a downtrend. After the sharp correction from higher levels, the stock is currently trading in a range bound mode near its demand zone, which indicates accumulation at these lower levels. Therefore, upward movement from the current level is expected to resume in the coming sessions.
(Shrikant Chouhan, Head of Equity Research (Retail), Kotak Securities. Views expressed are the author’s own.)