Nifty and Sensex, after topping at 11,856.15 and 39,487, respectively, seem to have lost the momentum. The benchmark indices have fallen for the second consecutive session on April 22.
The S&P BSE Sensex lost about 500 points and Nifty closed below 11,600 dragged by losses in Reliance Industries, rise in crude oil prices and fall in rupee.
Experts now feel that it is better to stay put in the market and remain stock-specific than focusing on the index.
“The recent rally was led by strong FII flows and investors expecting NDA to form the next government again. The market has ignored the deteriorating macros and likely lower earnings growth from non-banking stocks in Nifty,” Rusmik Oza – Head of Fundamental Research, Kotak Securities Ltd told Moneycontrol.
“With crude decisively trading above the 200-DMA placed at ~$70/bbl, there is a risk of it going above $80/bbl. Crude above $70/bbl will hurt Indian macros and lead to INR depreciation against the USD,” he said.
Oza further added that at the recent peak the Nifty was trading at 18.5x Fw PE, which leaves very little room for any further re-rating. Keeping in mind the poor macros, a slowdown in many sectors and rich valuations it is ideal to wait for a further correction to enter the market.
Nifty has rallied about 7 percent so far in 2019 and about 10 percent in the last one year. Since we are trading near highs, experts feel that any meaningful dip would be a buying opportunity.
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Paushak: Master Score: 74| RS Rating: 85
Honeywell Automation: Market Score: 70| RS Rating: 88
HDFC: Master Score: 69| RS Rating: 76
KNR Construction: Master Score: 69| RS Rating: 81
Astral Poly: Master Score: 68| RS Rating: 89
Shree Cements: Master Score: 68| RS Rating: 90
TTK Prestige: Master Score: 66| RS Rating: 91
Berger Paints: Master Score: 63| RS Rating: 80
Shreyans Industries: Master Score: 62| RS Rating: 71
Grindwell: Master Score: 62| RS Rating: 85
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