‘I come from very poor background. I want to be grow financially strong.’
‘I had seen my parents borrow money from others for my education and for home needs.
I want to make my family proud.’
‘I want to make my father happy by putting him in a position that he lends money to someone who is in need.
I am working and as of now I am earning Rs 20,000 in hand.’
‘I am investing Rs 5,000 in mutual funds. I am thinking to invest slowly a small amount in stock market also. Could you please suggest me how can I make money?’

Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your stock market queries:

Abhishek Chaurasia: I need some view of Mr Ajit Mishra on my portfolio which are mention below: please do let me know HOLD or EXIT.

Ajit Mishra:

Sugavanam Padmanaban: Looking for long term investment (3-5Y) for Wealth creation and hold the following stocks in my portfolio. Could you suggest for adding more and weightage split? Thanks in advance for your support.

Ajit Mishra: You can add Aurobindo, Coromandel, SBI Cards and ITC in a staggered manner

Rony Chirayath: I have bought Indiabulls Hosuing Finance qnty of 4800 @330/share last year November 2019 please advice me what should I do. Will be very thankful to you with your honest advice.

Ajit Mishra: Exit the stock

Nithy S: Thank you for providing expert opinions. I have a few stocks that I’m holding for a while and need your inputs on that. 

Ajit Mishra:


Jay Pandya
: I am holding following share for past more than one year which are all in negative returns as of today. Could you please advise on whether to hold or sell and book the loss:

Ajit Mishra:

Anonymous: I am a Regulatory Pharmacist in a Pharmaceutical company. I come from very poor background. I want to be grow financially strong, I had seen my parents borrow money from others for my education and for home needs. Many times my mother used to borrow rice from neighbours. I want to make my family proud. I want to make my father happy by putting him in a position that he lends money to someone who is in need. I am working and as of now I am earning Rs 20,000 in hand.

I am investing Rs 5000 in mutual funds. I am thinking to invest slowly a small amount in stock market also. Could you please suggest me how can I make money in other ways? I will wait for your suggestions sir.

Ajit Mishra: You can start investing in Nifty stocks such as Britannia, Dabur, TCS, Infosys, Reliance Industries, HDFC, Axis bank, ICICI bank, etc in staggered manner for long term. These stocks have decent fundamentals, good growth prospects and prudent management.

Sunil Kapoor: we should hold the stock of PVR & VI now or sell it because these shares not growing.

Ajit Mishra: Hold PVR and Exit VI

M SHARMA: hello I have following stocks in my portfolio. Please advise on them

Ajit Mishra:

Chandan Sharma: Here is my current holding. Please help me with your opinion on whether to hold or to dispose. Also let me know if I can add any of them further:

Ajit Mishra:

Nitin Yadav: Please advise on my current holdings:

Ajit Mishra:

ajay kumar: I am not a regular investor but having following shares: Please advise whether should I sell or hold

Ajit Mishra:

anil shah: Please review my portfolio. Please tell your views on hold or add or exit 

Ajit Mishra:

Anil Kashi: Please suggest should I hold or exit the following stocks

Ajit Mishra:

Subhasish Maity: I have read your article and recommendations on share market. Thanks you and Rediff for sharing your views which is very impressive and unbiased recommendation. Please advise your opinion on my below portfolio & will be highly appreciated. 

Ajit Mishra:

rajesh shah: Whether to hold or exist for following stocks 

Ajit Mishra:

Mushtaq Shaikh: I have following portfolio, please suggest next course of strategy

Ajit Mishra:

prashant ratnakar kulkarni: I do short term equity investments & used to earn small profits. I lost lot of money previously in Short sell/buy as well. Currently i am holding a lot of shares of ONGC @75.5 average price but ONGC share hasn’t touched even 75 since past 2 months. I have decided to start selling them at loss since all this is loan amount & i have to pay monthly EMIs. 

So could you please advise what will be the ideal price to sell them at this situation since i expect stock market getting correction in coming days?

Ajit Mishra: ONGC is now trading at 110. In case you want to book, you can.

Also advise when doing short term investments in equity shares, how many companies shares my portfolio should have to minimize risk & maximize profits assuming that funds is not a problem.

Ajit Mishra: Well, for short-term investment, we don’t advocate making fresh investment at current levels after the recent rally. For long term investments, you can invest in stocks such as Dabur, Britannia, M&M (on dips), Inox Leisure, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Ambuja cements, Reliance Industries, Ramco cements, Bharti Airtel, IRCTC, Alembic pharma, Natco Pharma.

Nachiappan Chidambaram: I have the following stocks for last three four years. Please advise whether to hold or exit.

Ajit Mishra:

Mita Deshpande: Please review my portfolio. Pl suggest to exit or hold or add.

Ajit Mishra:

Any other shares you would suggest.

Ajit Mishra: Apart from above stocks, you can invest in Coromandel, Natco Pharma, M&M (on dips), Sudarshan Chemical and SBI life

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Please mail your questions to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Ask Ajit’, along with your name, and Mr Ajit Mishra will offer his unbiased views.

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