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I hv bought HCL Tech. for 314/- per share. What shoud I do for it. Sell or Hold ??

About: Company: HCL Technologies Ltd.

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Asked by Hariprasad Sharma, 17 Oct '07 10:32 am
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Hold
Answered by Ramnath Sahoo, 17 Oct '07 10:34 am

 
  
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You need to hold it for atleast minimum 1 year term and then you will see the changes.
Its ever grwoing company and size is increasing almost every day and uts due to new assignments which they are receiving in a bulk manner.

but due to rupees depreciation the effect of IT companies developmnet are not visible too much so my suggestion is to hold it for some times till rupees stablize himself against the dollar value.

Answered by Richa, 30 Oct '07 03:21 pm

 
  
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these things require deep study
this is not the place to deside these market sentiments
Answered by avinash sharadchandra phadke, 17 Oct '07 10:48 am

 
  
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dont sell now.wait for two to three days. defenitly market will recover then sell with profit.
Answered by Arun Kumar, 17 Oct '07 10:39 am

 
  
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HCL is trying hard to raise it's brand equity and market share. Recent organizational changes, marketing capaigns and romance with media all reflect that. The new CEO, Vineet Nayar is energetic as well as good strategist and no doublt this company has improved a lot under him and dared to be looked different from others with innovative policies like 'Employee First Costomer Second', 360 degree Feedback' etc. The problem with the industry as a whole is Rupee appreciation as most of the companies' major IT export is towards US. With strong economy and hence stronger Rupee outlook, the IT companies shares are stuck despite of their good performances. Comanies like Infosys and HCLTEC are bound to have steady growth irrespective of the markets. My advise would be to hold it for some time. The share would soon touch 350 or so in a month or two.
Answered by Krishna Kashyap, 29 Oct '07 03:14 pm

 
  
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Its better to see the market trend of tomorrow. If it recovers hold otherwise,half of the shares can be sold..
Answered by ranjit singh, 17 Oct '07 10:43 am

 
  
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