‘When you say hold for long term, what is the general average duration should we hold?’
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries:
Shrinivas: Please suggest whether following stocks need to be hold / exit or add?
HDFC Bank – Hold
SBI Bank- Hold
Vodafone-Idea – Exit
HUL – Hold
When you say hold for long term, what is the general average duration should we hold? When you say hold for short term, what is the general average duration should we hold?
Ajit Mishra: Long term is anything more than 1 year ideally 2-3 years. And short term is from 3-12 months.
Which are the good stocks do you suggest to go and buy for short term if you have a liquid cash of around 25-30K?
Ajit Mishra: For short-term, one can accumulate stocks like SUNPHARMA, HINDUNILVR, DABUR, ICICIGI, EICHERMOT.
Rest, for further updates, we would suggest you to follow our real time live calls as well as news-letters recommendations.
Ranganath Bhartur: What is your recommendation on following:
CDSL – Hold
GATEWAY DISTRIPAC – Avoid
BDL – Hold
uday dasgupta: your wise opinion, please, on short & long term prospects of –
Ajit Mishra: GMR Infrastructure limited & GVK Power & infrastructure Ltd – Avoid both these stocks.
Harikrishna Avvaru: I am invested with strong conviction in the following stocks for long-term horizon i.e, for next 3-4 years. please give your valuable advice.
1. Godrej [email protected] 1000 nos – Hold
[email protected] 500 nos – Exit
3.Safari [email protected] 449 nos- Hold
4.ABB [email protected] 210 nos- Hold
[email protected] 175 nos- Hold
[email protected] 800 nos – Exit
[email protected] 7000 nos- Exit
8. [email protected] 300 nos – Hold
[email protected] 276 nos – Hold
10.Mahindraholidays @175 500 nos- Hold
11.Kaya @415 925 nos – Exit
[email protected] 500 nos ( for shortterm benefit) – Exit
13.JPassociates @4.8 35000nos – Exit
[email protected] 30500 – Exit
I am also invested in the following stocks as value buys, but not decided to stay long, awaited for further clarity on my investment.
[email protected] 1100- Hold
2.Greavescotton @78 1750 – Exit
Vijay Anand: I’d like to seek your advice on the following stocks that I currently hold:
I’m also planning to invest long term as a SIP in Dabur, Ultratech and L&T. Can you provide your views please?
Ajit Mishra: Yes one can continue with SIP.
Subbiah Murugan: Can you please advise for my below portfolio. I am accumulating these stocks month on month basis.
Aditya Birla Fashions @199.5/ – 80 Nos – Exit
Amarajaa @610 – 26 Nos – Hold
Avenue [email protected] – 2 Nos – Hold
Ashok [email protected] – 263 Nos- Hold
Ashoka buildcon @ 98 Nos -Exit
bank of [email protected] — 40 Nos-Exit
Future [email protected] 30.20 -355 Nos-Exit
GMR [email protected] – 259 Nos-Exit
HDFC @1892 – 5Nos – Hold
Indian [email protected] – 98 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 24 Nos – – Hold
Interglobe [email protected] – 20Nos-Exit
[email protected] – 77 Nos- Hold
[email protected] – 60 Nos – Exit
Jamna [email protected] – 10 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 25 Nos – Hold
Mahindra and [email protected] – 20 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 60 Nos – Exit
Petronet [email protected] – 47 Nos – Hold
Power [email protected] – 72 Nos – Exit
Reliance [email protected] – 5 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 5 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 100 Nos – Hold
Tech [email protected] – 20 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 21 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 28 Nos – Hold
Yes [email protected] – 350 Nos – Exit if not under lock in
[email protected] – 15 Nos – Hold
[email protected] – 67 Nos – Hold
Supriya Prabhu: I am 37 yrs wish to invest in share market. this is totally new for me to understand to invest in market. can u pls advise me how much i have to invest initially for short term investment? Is intra trade option good to earn quick profit?
Ajit Mishra: We would recommend to stick to long term investment and focus only on blue chip companies.
Prasad Deshpande: I hold the following. Please suggest, if I should continue investing or exit.
Cadila healthcare [email protected] – Hold
Coal India [email protected] -0 Exit
IOC [email protected] Hold
RBL Bank [email protected] Hold
SBI Card [email protected] Hold
TAKE [email protected] Exit
UPL [email protected] – Exit
Naveen Arora: I want to ask on the following stocks:
Bajaj Finance 10 3744.65 – Hold
Castrol 302 187.11- Hold
CPSETF 732 21.15- Hold
CPSETF 184 16.41- Hold
GIC 32 433.50- Exit
HDFC AMC 9 3,238.54- Hold
HDFC Life Insurance 81 312.51- Hold
ICICI BANK 35 306.37- Hold
ICICI Prudential AMC 186 410.39- Hold
ITC 162 227.98- Hold
Kotak Mahindra Bank 2 1,089.46- Hold
L&T Finance Holdings 57 72.09- Hold
L&T 100 754.42- Hold
NTPC 94 115.56- Hold
SBI 99 221.70- Hold
Titan Industries 19 1169.66- Hold
USL 5 531.45- Hold
sudhir gopal nair: Please note i am holding stocks as per below and advise whether to Buy, Sell or Hold:
Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd – 70 @ 132.49 – Exit
Maruti Suzuki – 2 @ 8903- Hold
Ashok Leyland – 436 @ 62.94- Hold
Yes Bank – 300 @ 21.54 – Exit
Bank of Baroda – 60 @ 173.82- Exit
SBI – 20 @ 316 – Hold
Ajmera Reality – 20 @ 254 – Exit
HCC – 250 @ 36 – Exit
Jaiprakash Associates – 100 @ 24.94- Exit
Lypsa Gems – 100 @ 45.71- Exit
Infosys – 40 @ 472- Hold
Reliance – 20 @ 981 – Hold
Sintex Plastic – 100 @ 86.97 – Exit
Adani Power – 150 @ 37 – Hold
GVK Power – 400 @ 18 – Exit
Tata Power – 150 @ 86- Exit
Dish tv – 100 @ 77- Exit
Allcargo Logistics – 70 @ 173 – Hold
BLS International – 60 @ 245 – – Exit
Ashok Shelgaonkar: I am holding 100 shares of Bosch purchased long back. Had sold part at around Rs 23,000. But stock has nosedived subsequently and now around 13,400. What would be your advice now?
Ajit Mishra: Hold.
Santhosh Subas: Thanks for the suggestions & insights you have been providing on this platform. Besides I have the below stocks for at least a 3~5-year lock in period. Please suggest if I need to offload anything here so that I can invest in something else after the sell.
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