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Our free Nifty Options tips, published last week have rocked, despite the volatility in the market. The indices rose and fell, like a sinusoidal wave. In the course of 4 days, Nifty has swung wildly by nearly 600 points. It has tasted the lows of 14700 and within two days, it reached the peak high of 15,200 levels.
The market volatility index, Nifty VIX, rose by 6% in the last 4 days. Amid this volatility, Shyam Advisory brings to you the top 5 short-term share market tips. Along with this, we are also providing free nifty options tips. Our intraday tips have been a hit and have made huge profits for our regular readers. But before we move onto that, a bit of information about the upcoming IPOs.
In the past 2 months, 8 IPOs have been launched by various companies. The names incluse IRFC, IndigoPaints, BurgerKing, and other companies. The ongoing IPO of MATR technology has been the buzz of the market. All the IPOs launched throughout the year have gained significant attention from retail investors. MTAR technology has followed the suite of being a hot buzzing IPO and it has been subscribed by 10.25 times in two days.
The company is involved in clean energy, the nuclear sector, and space technology. The major client base is Bharat Dynamics, ISRO, and NPCIL. At a face value of Rs. 10, MTAR technology is going public with a lot size of 26 shares, and a price band of Rs 574 to 575 per share. Going by the amount of attention it has garnered, investors can subscribe to the IPO with hopes of 20 to 25% debut profits.
BHEL has risen nearly 15% in the last 5 trading sessions. Available at cheap valuations, the stock is already being recommended by multiple analysts, as BHEL is reportedly undervalued. Perhaps, it is the prospects of safer growth and undervaluation, driven by prospects of future disinvestments, that have brought investors to this PSU. Traders can go long on the BHEL Nifty Option tip, with a target price of 60 in the march series.
Despite the stellar rally of 2021, Bharti Airtel has been relatively silent. Compared to other large-cap companies, Bharti gave meeker returns. Now that it looks like the market has entered into consolidation mode, investors have been shorting Bharti Airtel. It has already fallen by 5% in the last week.
With increased market volatility and Jio emerging as the top bidder in the spectrum auction, it wouldn’t be surprising if Bharti Airtel fall by another 4 to 5% in the March series. In the communication sector, shorting Airtel is one of Nifty Options Tips.
KNR Constructions is an infrastructure development organization involved in Expressways, National Highways, State Highways, Rural Roads, and Bridges. Available at a PE ratio of 22 and trading at a CMP of 208, the stock has performed relatively weaker, when compared to its peers like DLF, despite having the same business prospects.
Its consolidated profit rose by 87%, YoY and the promoters have low pledged shares. With a resurgence in the infra stock, the valuations are looking attractive. As a result, there remains a possibility of 20 to 25% upside movement, in the coming days.
This relatively less known company is engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of ride control products such as shock absorbers, struts, and front forks for every automotive segment. During FY 2021, auto parts manufacturing companies have done relatively well, on the prospects of rising demand and increasing consumer spendings.
This smallcap company has risen 7% in the previous week and is available at a PE ratio of 22.53. Investors can see 5 to 15% upward movement in the coming days.
Natco Pharma is engaged in developing, manufacturing and marketing finished dosage formulations (FDF) and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). From a year high of 970, the stock price has corrected to 796. In the past week, the prices rose from the low level of 790s and climbed to 848 INR in 3 trading sessions.
The company is expanding its business and it has recently launched a drug to treat epilepsy. With the rising demand for fixed combination dosages and the focus of healthcare, the company is expected to perform well. Investors can enter the stock with 5 to 10% gains in the short run and can hold it for 20% to 30% gain in the longer run.
JM Financial Limited operates as a core investment company offering customized financial solutions to a range of client bases. Presently trading at a CMP of Rs 95.00, investors can start accumulating this credit solution provider. Available at a PE of 14.2, compared to an industry PE of 56, this attractive stock is available at a value lower than its intrinsic valuation. Investors can start accumulating this gem for a target of Rs. 120 in the coming days.
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