Stock picks from Motilal Oswal Securities; Buy Dabur India, Hero MotoCorp

Trading strategy Here are a few trading ideas from Shubham Agarwal of Motilal Oswal Securities:

Nifty Outlook

A breach only below 7,680 would distort the ongoing bullish trend & hence serves as a trail stop for longs. With the expiry week ahead we expect the gyration to continue within the range of 7,700-7,950 & only a breach outside the said range would unfold directional momentum. The proximity towards the lower end of the bound provides a good reward to risk opportunity for fresh longs.
Reco: BUY
Last Close: Rs 285
Target: Rs 300

Breakout from the Rounding formation. Pullback provides a good opportunity for fresh longs. Longs could be added with a trading stop at Rs 275 for an initial throwback towards Rs 300.
Reco: BUY
Last Close: Rs 2,884
Target: Rs 3,160

Positive sector outlook & mature consolidation on daily scale. Stock could be accumulated with a stop below Rs 2,830 with an expectation of a move back towards Rs 3,160.
Reco: SELL
Last Close: Rs 1,033
Target: 960

Negative sector outlook. The recent rebound from the 'Dark Cloud Cover' pattern re-confirmed weakness. Continuation pattern on the intraday scale compliments the reversal pattern & indicates weakness to persist. Short positions could be continued with a stop at Rs 1,068 for a short term target upto Rs 960.

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Shubham Agarwal is a head of Quantitative Research, Motilal Oswal Securities