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ACC, TaMo: These 5 cyclical stocks are showing upside bias on charts

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ACC Ltd (ACC):  Since June 2020, this counter has gradually been rising with the support of the 100-day moving average (DMA) currently placed at Rs 1,664 levels, as per the daily chart. On the higher side, some selling pressure can be observed around Rs 1,800 levels. Unless the counter conquers this resistance, the upside bias may witness profit booking. A successful close above Rs 1,800 means a breakout towards Rs 2,100 and Rs 2,400 mark. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART   Tata Motors Ltd (TATAMOTORS):  The recent gap-up in the range of Rs 290 – Rs 282 levels remains the crucia.....

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