5 stocks to buy or sell today – August 24

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Day trading actions for today: After remaining very volatile throughout intraday trading, the Indian stock market finally managed to close in the green zone on Monday. NSE Nifty closed 45 points higher at 16,496 levels while BSE Sensex added 226 points and closed at 55,555 points. According to market experts, global markets are very volatile and, comparatively, Indian markets are the least volatile, as domestic institutional investors (DII) are always positive. On world markets, Wall Street also closed Monday in the green zone. The Dow Jones rose 0.61% while the Nasdaq climbed 1.55% in the first trading session of the week.

Commercial view on Nifty

Speaking on the day trading guide for Tuesday; Deepak Jasani, head of retail research at HDFC Securities, said: “Nifty closed the downward gap achieved on Friday by opening higher but closed below as it divested much of the intraday earnings. low and has not hit a new low from the previous day is encouraging. The anticipated drop ratio improved slightly from the previous day, but remains well below 1: 1. 16,376 to 16,396 is the important support band now for Nifty, while above 16,569 would result in the comeback confidence in the markets. “

Day trading stocks to buy today

Share the names of the day trading stocks for today; stock market experts – Sumeet Bagadia, executive director of Choice Broking; Mudit Goel, senior research analyst at SMC global Securities and Rohit Sigre, senior technical analyst at LKP Securities – recommended buying 5-day trading shares today.

Daily actions of Sumeet Bagadia

1]Bank Bandhan: Sell ​​to CMP, target ??250, stop loss ??280

2]Piramal Enterprises Ltd or PEL: Sell ​​to CMP, target ??2450 to ??2400, stop loss ??2640

Mudit Goel’s action of the day

3]SBI life: Dynamic purchasing at CMP, objective ??1170, stop loss ??1120

Rohit Sigre shares to buy today

4]Havells India: Buy from CMP, target ??1350, stop loss ??1200

5]Varun Beverages Ltd or VBL: Buy from CMP, target ??880, stop loss ??800.

Disclaimer: The opinions and recommendations expressed above are those of individual analysts or brokerage firms, not Mint.

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