Monday, December 08, 2014

Resurgere Mines and Minerals Ltd is up around 18% as the stock touched Rs.1.77, intra-day. I had mentioned a couple of days back, that the current NDA Government is making SINCERE EFFORTS efforts to ease the environmental  rules (guidelines), which has been providing serious impediments to the growth of the mining sector in India; though many environmentalists are worried that the new approach will go beyond cutting red tape and will do away with effective regulation altogether. However, it is definitely a posiitve news for the mining and infrastructure sectors, which off-late has been plauged by various government policies. 
Today's Call:  Buy Suzlon Energy Ltd at Rs.14.10, for a target of Rs.15.70 in the short term. Recently, there were media reports that, Senvion SE, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Suzlon, the world's fifth largest manufacturer of wind turbines, has erected the prototype of the Senvion 6.2M152 with the largest rotor diameter in te product range on Dec. 3, 2014. Meanwhile, Suzlon Group Chairman and Managing Director Tulsi Tanti seems to be “100 per cent sure” that Suzlon Energy will make a net profit in 2015-16. “We have a clear plan of reducing our debt and interest costs,” Tanti said in a chat with BusinessLine recently, without getting into details. For the six months ended September 30, Suzlon reported consolidated net loss of Rs.1,385 crore on revenues of Rs.10,051 crore, after incurring interest costs of Rs.1,065 crore. Suzlon will launch a new wind turbine, the 2.1 MW machine named ‘S 111’, in April 2015, said Tanti. Combined with the company’s newly-launched 120 metre hybrid tower, the machine is projected to give 20 per cent higher yield. He said the new machine will make a critical one-percentage-point difference to the investor’s return (IRR), to 15 per cent. The machine would also open up hitherto unviable sites for putting up wind farms. He cited Suzlon’s upcoming wind farm in Rajasthan as an example. All these augurs well for the company.
Pipavav Defence and Offshore Ltd, today nearly touched, the short term target of Rs.47, as it made an intra-day high of Rs.46.05. You can book some profits in the counter as the stock seems to be finding difficulty to cross Rs.46-47, ranges. 
ARSS Infrastructure Projects Ltd today touched Rs.42.75, in the BSE is presently trading at around Rs.42. This is a turnaround story and the investors are suggested to buy the scrip on all declines. 
My recommended J P Power Ltd (Rs.13) and Allied Digital Services Ltd (Rs.22) are doing well in the morning trade--both the scrips are expected to give good returns to the patient investors. 
Meanwhile, the Nifty had witnessed a monthly gain of 266 points in November, alone. Now, with this the total gain from its intermediate low of 7724 comes to around 893 points. Therefore, there cannot be a 2nd opinion that the Indian markets are on a SECULAR UPTREND. However, the the resistance of 8600-8630 is putting pressure on the Bulls on the upper side. Today, since morning, the Nifty is carefully, holding 8500 levels. With the absence of any major negative news the Nifty is likely to trade range-bound, throughout the day. The traders are suggested to buy small and mid-cap counters in bulk, as the Nifty meanders around Rs.8500-8630 levels. 
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