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As per my study, we can get the following scrips @price on 3rd week of May. Appreciate your views
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hdfc bank@900, axis@380, icici@380, sbi@1050, corp bank@180, sail@90, tatasteel@200, sterlite@300, nalco@190,nre coke@20,sesa goa@100, nmdc@160, rnrl@45, airtel@650, rcom@180, sci@75, geship@170, abgship@90, sunpha@1010, biocon@100, piramal@190, ranbaxy@150, jet air@150, kingf air@30, tatmotors@200, MnM@350, Maruti@700, Ashokley@16, Everonn@130, Educomp@1900, UTV soft@250, adlab@170

Asked by Veja Biral, 03 May '09 07:03 pm
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Depends on the election results, If no party gets absolute majority which is most likely then market will be down and ICICI - 280, Tata steel- 150, Tata motor - 125, SBI - 900 Guj NRE - 16, Ranbaxy 120, Sesa goa-80 etc
Answered by Sunil Gupta, 03 May '09 08:53 pm

 
  
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We have to wait for the election results. If a stable government is installed at the centre certainly that will have a positive impact on the stocks and stock market. No government can retreat from policies economic liberalization.
Answered by Good Citizen, 03 May '09 08:26 pm

 
  
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Very optimistic thought. Wish market comes down to yr level. Waiting with nice quantum of cash. May I know the cause of this expected fall ? election result or anything else ?
Answered by Mukesh Kumar, 03 May '09 07:50 pm

 
  
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Hope your views are correct then u might be the next big investment advisor.
Answered by Gaurav, 03 May '09 09:14 pm

 
  
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Mr. Seth is right, market may again fall to 8000 and if that happens the rates you mentioned are little higher, so still the mantra is: to buy in installments.
Answered by Rakesh Sharma, 03 May '09 07:48 pm

 
  
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Are u , by any chance, an astrologer, if the market goes up the rates u mentioned are very very low and if the market goes down the rates mentioned are very very high
Answered by iqbal seth, 03 May '09 07:07 pm

 
  
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