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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CHRONICLE™ ANALYTICS » What you all think of these shars??

What you all think of these shars??

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1What you all think of these shars?? Empty What you all think of these shars?? Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:09 am

Free Man


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Guys how about these??
ASIR
HHL
CFVF
ESL
RCL
DIPD

Pls share your views.

2What you all think of these shars?? Empty Re: What you all think of these shars?? Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:31 am

VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
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Expert

MY bullish sectors in the coming weeks are: Health, production, food and plantations etc. In your list you have ASIR, DIPD and RCL. Please watch these three. Others will have some pause or some weakness in the coming days before their next rally. Please do you home work. This is my ideas. Do not take it as investment advice. Good luck

3What you all think of these shars?? Empty Re: What you all think of these shars?? Sun Sep 14, 2014 9:21 am

OzTRADER

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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

VALUEPICK wrote:MY bullish sectors in the coming weeks are: Health, production, food and plantations etc. In your list you have ASIR, DIPD and RCL. Please watch these three. Others will have some pause or some weakness in the coming days before their next rally. Please do you home work. This is my ideas. Do not take it as investment advice. Good luck

Dear VALUEPICK, what do you think of BERU, is it right time to buy..please advice

4What you all think of these shars?? Empty Re: What you all think of these shars?? Sun Sep 14, 2014 4:41 pm

VALUEPICK

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OzTRADER wrote:
VALUEPICK wrote:MY bullish sectors in the coming weeks are: Health, production, food and plantations etc. In your list you have ASIR, DIPD and RCL. Please watch these three. Others will have some pause or some weakness in the coming days before their next rally. Please do you home work. This is my ideas. Do not take it as investment advice. Good luck

Dear VALUEPICK, what do you think of BERU, is it right time to buy..please advice

BERU is a growth stock and we need to study their growth. Sorry I haven’t done any study on it. There is no right time to buy and sell stocks for value investors. For them any time is good. If they see great value and good prospects they will buy stocks in bull and bear market. If they see future is very bleak fundamentals are going to become weak they will sell those stocks irrespective of bull or bear market and they will replace them with other attractive stocks. BERU is a growth stock and we need to study their growth. I am mainly following value stocks and I recently added three growth stocks. I noticed that lot of value stocks have not appreciated yet much. They have more room to appreciate in the current major uptrend. It is also time to look for unpopular stocks, neglected stocks and sectors which had pause about to begin their next uptrend. Illiquid shares also will become active. Good luck

5What you all think of these shars?? Empty Re: What you all think of these shars?? Sun Sep 14, 2014 5:58 pm

Rocky

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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

You may go for HHL between 51 a 52.

Close your eyes for two months and you will see capital gains of over 20%.

Keep for dec and will reach 70.

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