After reading all your posts I want to share my analysis
A large shareholder recently sold his stake to another party. Then due to its illiquid nature this new party pumped the share to today's price. Tomorrow also it can move. I recommend you sell off tomorrow. Because If the financial reports are good a large shareholder will not sell his stake.
As I mentioned in my old post. A big party has 28% of SFL. As I see the largest shareholder is not selling a part of his 51% holding. So BLI sometimes will be unable to acquire SFL. So this 28% or part of it can be sold back to market retailers. SFL.N can reach the cost price of 27.50/- by a Pump and Dump or due to good financial reports.
My advise is to buy SFL.P rather than SFL.N. If you want to buy.
What will happen to market ?
T.bill rates fell a bit. Government cutting imports. Stronger rupee. US FED rate hike postponed. All these factor favor the market, so I predict a small rally before Nov. budget.