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    'BUY' or 'SELL' ideas from experts for Thursday, 14 November, 2019

    Synopsis

    TCS is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 2210 and a stop loss of Rs 2150.

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    ITC is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 260 and a stop loss of Rs 250.

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    NEW DELHI: Domestic equity market is likely to open higher on Thursday tracking Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX Nifty)and mixed Asian cues.

    At 8:23 am the SGX Nifty was 10.50 points or 0.09 per cent higher at 11,875.50.

    ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trade:

    Kunal Bothra independent market expert
    Bajaj Auto is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 3250 and a stop loss of Rs 3175.

    ITC is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 260 and a stop loss of Rs 250.

    CK Narayan of Chart Advise
    TCS is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 2210 and a stop loss of Rs 2150.


    Amit Harchekar of Index Genius Investment
    Hero MotoCorp Oct Futures is a 'Sell' call with a target price of Rs 2476 and a stop loss of Rs 2650.

    L&T Oct Futures is a 'Sell' call with a target price of Rs 1320 and a stop loss of Rs 1440.

    (Views and recommendations given in this section are the analysts' own and do not represent those of ETMarkets.com. Please consult your financial adviser before taking any position in the stock/s mentioned.)

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    1 Comment on this Story

    Rohit Chandavarker272 days ago
    The last set of recos by Amit Hachrekar read "Oct futures". Atrocious!!!!
    Is there any proof reading done???
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