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Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Best Stock Advisory | Sensex surges 300 points before new economic survey, nifty close to 11,150

During the last full year market rally, there has been a steady rise in high-priced stocks. But now mid-cap and small-stock shares have become quite expensive. Experts say that the valuation of the market is high. The uncertainty on the market is expected to dominate. Experts believe that investing in better funded stocks will be invested to reduce the risk in high-value markets. Money Bhaskar has chosen only 5 stocks on the advice of experts and brokerage house. 

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In January,
there was a rally 
in midcaps and smallcap indexes in largecaps, more than 40 percent of the rally in mid-cap and small-stock shares last year, while the Sensex had 27 percent rally. But this year there is a decline in the mid-caps and the stalcaps. Since January 8, the mid-caps and the smallcap index have been falling by about 3 percent. At the same time, around 5 percent of the growth in the lurgecap stocks has seen an increase since January 8. 

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Investor in Quality Shares
Jagdish Thakkar, director of 
Investment   Fortune Fiscal, says that there is hope of a good growth in this level in the market too. After the budget, there may be some decline in the market. But for investors, this is not a matter of concern. However, investors should focus on quality lurgecap from this level. Loraccap pharma stacks are still cheap, they can get good growth in 2018. Apart from this, the IT sector can also give new direction to the market. 

Advice to get out of the expensive mid-
caps, shortlaps - Stihilan, CIO, Amit Jaswani says investors are advised to exit from the high-end mid-caps or small-stock shares. Instead, they can increase holdings in quality shares. Can be invested in mid-caps or stalcaps when the decline occurs. He says that in the year 2018, there is a good return in the LodgeCap. In addition to pharma and real estate, Infra shares are showing good returns. 
Which shares expect good returns
Axis Bank, the

country's third largest private bank, has been strong in the third quarter. The loan book of the bank has been Rs 420923 crores in the third quarter. With continuous growth in the network and a strong corporate relationship, the bank's loan book is growing at an average of 30 per cent per year, which is more than 19 per cent of the industry average. The bad loan pressure on the bank has come down and asset quality is better. Deposit growth is also increasing. At present, the brokerage house ICICI Direct has advised to invest in the stock with a target of 750 rupees. For the current price of Rs 613, the share can get 22% returns.  

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