'Which of these stocks should I buy for good gains after one year?'
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries:
Nandan Alok: Kindly advise for the following stock holding -- Reliance Power L: 2500 shares @ Rs 14.05.
Ajit Mishra: Exit the stock.
Mukesh Prasad: Need your advice for long term (2 years) on the following stocks. If I should exit, please indicate the exit price and suggest an alternate share and price.
Nitin Gupta: Which of these stocks should I buy for good gains after one year?
Help me in choosing my portfolio.
Anand Verlekar: I would like to know your views on following stocks:
M K N Rao: Pl advice on following, whether I should buy /sell:
Subhas Sengupta: What's happening with Castrol/ITC? They are not moving since ages. Further, I hold following:
Ajit Mishra: Exit both the stocks.
Ajay Seth: Please advise about following stocks:
Rajaganesan Swaminathan: I bought 2,000 shares of Suzlon Energy at Rs 24 per share a long ago. Should I wait for it to reach that level to sell or should I sell it now?
Ajit Mishra: Exit.
Deepak Jagnani: I have made a big mistake, please advise. I have sold 2,000 shares of Balkrishna Industries Rs 2,080.
Ajit Mishra: You can buy Balkrishna Industries again on dips and hold for the long term.
Subba Rao: Kindly advise if I should hold or exit shares of Venkys.
Ajit Mishra: Hold.
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