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Old 8th August 2007, 12:38 AM
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Hi guys,

Once again I have come up with one more stock to get your inputs for ... At current levels of 125 is this a worth buying and keeping in the portfolio for a year or two?

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hi alchemist,
i hold a good amt of shares in idfc at 178. is it a good time now to average or is it prudent to book loss
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i hold a good amt of shares in idfc at 178. is it a good time now to average or is it prudent to book loss
Are you a short-term trader?

(The stock is 169...just Rs 9 down from your price).
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yes.i usually play for short term gains..generally if the stock doesn't move in short time...i square them off as it is.
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yes.i usually play for short term gains..generally if the stock doesn't move in short time...i square them off as it is.
The stock seems directionless and is waiting for a breakout on either side.

I suggest you keep a stop-loss around 164.

Averaging at current levels may not be the right thing to do.

The stock has a tendency to make large moves and a downward breakout may mean a sharp downfall.

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May i know how you read this graph? i did not understand the red, blue n green lines? is it volume per day or the price fluctuation per day?
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May i know how you read this graph? i did not understand the red, blue n green lines? is it volume per day or the price fluctuation per day?
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Check this thread about charts on this site.
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Hi All,

Request the esteemed boarders here to let me know if i should hold/average out the lot that i have purchased. I am willing to rollover to next series (June)....
Would highly appreciate any insights on this.

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Request the esteemed boarders here to let me know if i should hold/average out the lot that i have purchased. I am willing to rollover to next series (June)....
Would highly appreciate any insights on this.

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amrutkumar had asked me a similar question 10 days back.

At that time, I had suggested that he keeps a stop-loss of 164.

Once the stock went below the trendline and 200 day EMA, it sold-off.

The chart looks bearish now and I suggest you get out at the first opportunity.

If the stock moves up, then sell around 159.8.

The next support is at 139.5.

In case the stock falls further, average around 139.5 and get out near 155.

If it breaks 135 too, close all positions.

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Is it good to invest for short term at the current price of 130?
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Is it good to invest for short term at the current price of 130?
Next week is expected to be very volatile, so be careful while trading.

(I wouldn't go long in such a market. At least not till I see 14250 on the Sensex).

IDFC has a very strong support at 116-117.

This may hold on Monday, but if US markets crash again on Monday, IDFC can go all the way down to 100.

The stock is oversold and can bounce back from 117 levels.

You can buy around 117 and average at 102. Keep a stop-loss below 97.5.

The stock can go up to 135.

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Hi Alchemist,

How does the long term story of the IDFC looks like? What is the expected price by Apr'10?

From the Indiabulls report I can see that the EPS is 10.76 for FY10.

Friday it was up 15% and on Monday it was down by 15%. Is it good price to accumulate for long term?

I do hold this at avg price of 130.

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Hi,

The IDFC has reached to 93.60. It is not increasing even with the market? Wat do u think is it good to buy at this price for short term? What it will by end of this week?

Brgds
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Hi all,

what are your views on IDFC? I see that the company has had a strong growth in recent years and the first quarter results were also decent.

Any pointers on this stock?

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i want by idfc but i am still confused what price ? and i watch this script last 1 month, idfc coming at 89 or 88 after that increase at 101 or 99 . so tell me the idfc good at 88 or i m wrong? pls tell me the strong position for buy?
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Hi,

At the current price how does it priced fundamentally?

Also pls provide technical analysis to know at which price can we accumulate this.

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At the current price how does it priced fundamentally?
I found the answer for the above question by myself

http://www.businessstandard.com/indi...ono=346452&tp=
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At Rs 59.55, the stock is trading at 7.6 times its FY10 estimated earnings and can deliver 20-22 per cent a year, for the next two years.

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Also pls provide technical analysis to know at which price can we accumulate this.

thanks.
Alchemist/man4urheart could you pls help for the above question.
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From the price observation, looks like this is consolidating to make a move.
Which direction????
Would be great if the chart is shown with the technical indicators.

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IDFC has made a very sharp move from 45 to 140.

In my opinion, it may correct a bit in days to come.

However, as with many other stocks, this one also seems to have bottomed-out in the long-term and I don't think it will go below 100-115 range.

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Which software do u use for percentage line drawing OR U COPY IN PAINT BRUSH AND DRAW MANUALLY? If I am not wrong this chart is from icharts.in.. I did not see the percentage drawn lines there..
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Any suggestion from experts if it's the right time to buy IDFC? Lot of fund houses are suggesting a buy at CMP.
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Any suggestion from experts if it's the right time to buy IDFC? Lot of fund houses are suggesting a buy at CMP.
I am bullish on this for long term.

For short term you will see the selling pressure at about Rs 220.

My personal opinion, it could be another HDFC in years to come.

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after a long time, there is a bull run in this stock, what is the near term target for this, i purchased at 135.52.
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I think if it crosses 155-160 range, then it could reach 180.

However looks like it is already tired. Need to take some breath before moving forward.

Note: I am not an expert in technical chart. This is just my view .
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CMP is at Rs:94.5.

How does the future prospects look like for IDFC?

Looks like good to add at this level? Any view?
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CMP is at Rs:94.5.

How does the future prospects look like for IDFC?

Looks like good to add at this level? Any view?
Do look at the company's loan book before initiating a position.

There is a lot of financial stress in the infrastructure sector and sooner or later that will start showing up in IDFC's financials.

The stock has lost a lot yesterday and today for technical reasons and thus may see a short-term bounce.
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IDFC has been told in-order for banking license FII holding in it must reduce.

IDFC: Updates on decrease in limit of FII holding from 74% to 54% - Moneycontrol.com

And also I guess it has been removed from MSCI index.
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I have IDFC on stock SIP at the moment. IDFC has fixed 5th October as record date for share transfer after demerger. I understand that, if I buy IDFC after this date, I will be stuck with IDFC (My focus is to accumulate more of "IDFC Bank"). I like to know... will IDFC Bank be immediately available in the secondary market? My guess is 'no'.. It will probably have to go through an IPO first? If so, what has been the waiting period between share transfers and IPOs in the past?
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Found some information here.. expected listing on Nov 6 -> IDFC Fixes Demerger Date of Banking Arm: 10 Facts - NDTVProfit.com

How does it work in this case.. will they have an IPO, or FPO? and when?
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Found some information here.. expected listing on Nov 6 -> IDFC Fixes Demerger Date of Banking Arm: 10 Facts - NDTVProfit.com

How does it work in this case.. will they have an IPO, or FPO? and when?
No IPO.

No FPO.

Direct listing.

It is a break-up of a listed company and thus the second part (IDFC Bank) will be automatically listed. Only some basic formalities are needed for the listing.
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