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2 stock trading ideas by Motilal Oswal
Source: IRIS | 09 Mar, 2021, 12.49PM
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   Motilal Oswal Retail Research has recommended two stock trading ideas in its research report. Following are the stocks:

1. Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) - Buy

CMP - 2,015

Stop-loss -1,950

Target price - Rs 2,150

Duration -2-3 days

"IRCTC is showing tremendous strength from last few days and moved to new all-time high. It is sustaining well above its trendline breakout levels and came out of its consolidation phase of last four trading sessions. RSI oscillator is placed positively on both daily and weekly scale, indicating strength in the counter. Considering current chart structure, we advise traders to buy the stock for an up move towards 2,150 with stop-loss of 1,950."

2. SBI Life Insurance Company - Buy

CMP - 929

Target price -1,050

Upside -13%

"SBILIFE posted a strong rebound of ~53% YoY (-4% YoY in FY21 YTD) in Individual weighted received premium (WRP) in Feb'21 after showing muted trends for many months. Total un-weighted premium grew 61.8% YoY (+16.8% YoY in FY21 YTD). During FY21 YTD, SBILIFE (14% market share) remained the largest Private Insurer in terms of Individual WRP. After reporting robust growth in the Protection business over 1HFY21, the pace of growth has moderated over the past few months. However, the trend still remains healthy. SBILIFE reported a 29% growth in sum assured as compared to a 52% growth in total un-weighted Individual non-single premium. We expect premium growth to rebound over FY22 after seeing tepid trends, with ULIP showing a revival. Players continue to focus strongly on Non-PAR and Protection segments. SBILIFE remains our preferred pick."

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