Ashwani Gujral

Ashwani Gujral Gives "Buy Call" For DCB!

After previous close at Rs. 147.70, and opening at Rs. 151.30 today, the Development Credit Bank (DCB) stock has lost -0.98% down, falling to Rs. 146.25, up til now, in today’s trading session at BSE.

After previous close at 147.65 at NSE, the DBC stock opened at Rs. 154.90, but presently the stock is trading at -1.12% down at 146.00.

The stock may dip further down and then bounce back. It’s good stock for intraday trading.

The stock analyst, Ashwani Gujral has given buy call for the stock. According to Ashwani Gujral, “Buy Development Credit Bank (DCB) with a stop loss of Rs 127 for target of Rs 176.”

Essar Oil Delivery Call

Essar oilTechnical Analyst Ashwani Gujral has suggested investors to buy delivery call of Essar Oil in case the stock crosses Rs 220 before 2.00 pm.

Mr. Gujral has recommended this stock for delivery for short term gains as the stock has performed well in an otherwise weak market. Presently, it is trading down 1.2% at Rs 219.10.

Investors need not to worry as it will hit the ground soon. If it drops further, buy it around Rs 210 to achieve a target between Rs 250-340. Keep a stop loss of Rs 190. In medium term it can touch 375 mark.

Buy Indian Bank

Indian BankStock analyst Ashwani Gujral is of the view that investors should buy Indian Bank stock around Rs 165 to achieve short term target of Rs 240.

The outlook appears positive, and presently (10:45 am), the stock is hovering near Rs 182. Keep a stop loss of Rs 156. Yesterday, the stock performed well, and closed positively on the BSE.

Mr. Gujral has suggested this stock after analyzing its brilliancy in the last few months. So don’t miss the chance and make huge profit form this stock.

Indian Bank plans to open four more micro-credit branches in Bhubaneswar, New Delhi, Pune, and Bangalore, reports Business Standard.

Punj Lloyd Can Go Upto Rs 390, Says Gujral

Ashwini GujralAccording to technical forecaster, Ashwani Gujral the Punj Lloyd can climb upto Rs 390.

Gujral said, “For Punj Lloyd Rs 280-285 is a key resistance, once it can stay above that, then it can easily go up to Rs 390. The important point here is that people are very cautious but the market is not responding with the vigor on the downside”

He further added, "In case no more bad news comes in, we could slowly have this market moving higher and mid caps could lead the charge from here, because they have fallen much less and probably the hedge funds etc. they have much lower exposure to mid caps."

Ashwani Gujral Sets High Target For Ambuja Cement

Ambuja CementTechnical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the vision that Ambuja Cement has target of Rs 155.

Gujral said, “Ambuja Cement at this point probably looks a little better although large cap cement is not showing the kind of moves that mid cap cement is showing. For Ambuja Cement Rs 130 seems to be a good support, and Rs 155 can be a good target. But large caps don’t seem like they are going to make new highs, they seem to get stuck and some bad news tends to come whenever they retest their previous highs.”

Prism Cement Still Look Healthy

Prism CementTechnical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral has suggested a positive support for