In market carnage, look to buy in IT and select pharma pockets: Yogesh Mehta
These are names where the correction is very minor today.
Yogesh Mehta on YES Bank fundraise, Reliance deal & more
The recent news flow on Reliance is a little bit of dampener right now, says Yogesh ...
Yogesh Mehta on what to do with Reliance, SBI and ICICI Bank
Small finance banks can be a good performers from here on, but avoid NBFCS, says...
Looking for opportunities in metals and PSU banks: Yogesh Mehta
The biggest plus point for investing in MNCs is that they are much better on the compliance side.
Valuation-wise auto stocks look compelling: Yogesh Mehta
We can see some 15-20% upside in Bharti Airtel over the next 12 to 15 months.
Yogesh Mehta on why he is bullish on 2 midcaps for long term
Good growth companies are still available at reasonable prices.
Yogesh Mehta’s two top midcap picks
We may see some dead-cat bounce in auto but it could take 1-2 quarters for sales numbers to improve
Avoid NBFCs, stick to these 3 banks: Yogesh Mehta, MOFSL
One can consider farm and consumption sectors from short-term perspective, says Mehta.
Why Yogesh Mehta is tracking these 3 banks from the broader market
UltraTech Cement and Bajaj Finance can by bought on dips, says Mehta.
Yogesh Mehta on why the consumption story will continue in India
IT would be a sector where one should be selectively invested, says Mehta.
Upside limited in Reliance, higher in Titan: Yogesh Mehta, MOFSL
“Cement could see higher demand and the sector needs to be seen from investment perspective.”
Slowdown scenario can change from mid Q2 onwards: Yogesh Mehta, MOSL
Impact of elections would be for May and April but not for June and July, says Mehta
Why Yogesh Mehta remains bullish on Infosys & Tech Mahindra
All IT companies are cash rich and they are doing buybacks and that is an additional advantage, says Mehta
What is Motilal Oswal buying and selling in this market
"We do not foresee much negative trigger that market will crash" says Yogesh Mehta.
NBFC basket still not well but individual stocks may thrive: Yogesh Mehta, Motilal Oswal Securities
Upside would be very limited for auto companies for the next two or three quarters, said Mehta.
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