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Ceat, Dr Reddy's: Be careful! These 5 stocks can dip up to 15% from here

The domestic benchmark indices are trading at all-time high levels, with Nifty50 surging past the 16,000-mark for the first time ever. Analysts expect the market to gain momentum going ahead provided global and domestic cues remain supportive. Charts suggest the possibility of NIfty hitting the 16,100-16,150 level if the current momentum continues.  That said, there are select stocks that are flashing bearish signals on the tech charts, contrary to the overall market setup. These five stocks from the BSE 500 pack can slip up to 15 per cent from here on. Trade carefully. CEAT L.....
The domestic benchmark indices are trading at all-time high levels, with Nifty50 surging past the 16,000-mark for the first time ever. Analysts expect the market to gain momentum going ahead provided global and domestic cues remain supportive. Charts suggest the possibility of NIfty hitting the 16,100-16,150 level if the current momentum continues. 

That said, there are select stocks that are flashing bearish signals on the tech charts, contrary to the overall market setup. These five stocks from the BSE 500 pack can slip up to 15 per cent from here on. Trade carefully.

CEAT Limited (CEATLTD)
Likely target: Rs 1,208
Downside potential: 12%

After a sharp rally of over 70 per cent from Rs 1,020 to the highest level of Rs 1,763 in February, the stock has been witnessing weakness. Charts indicate that unless the stock fills the gap down the resistance of Rs 1,540 levels, the upside bias will face selling pressure. That said, the current weakness is testing the support of 200-weekly moving average (WMA), placed at Rs 1,208 mark, which is currently drifting downward, suggesting further downside. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited (DRREDDY)
Likely target: Rs 4,200 and Rs 4,000
Downside potential: 10% and 15%

After touching the sentimental level of Rs 5,600, the stock failed to witness follow-up buying and breached significant support of 200-days moving average (DMA) decisively, which was placed at Rs 5,000 levels. The sentiment has turned negative, with the stock set to drift towards Rs 4,200 and Rs 4,000 levels, as the per weekly and daily timeframe. Further, volumes on the breakdown have also seen a surge, indicative of the negative bias. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART

HDFC Life Insurance Company Limited (HDFCLIFE)
Likely target: Rs 600 and Rs 575
Downside potential: 10% and 15%

The stock is failing to decisively breach the Rs 725 mark that has now become a hurdle for the stock on the weekly time frame. This weakness has led to a breach of 200-DMA, indicating a negative bias. Going forward, unless the counter defeats the resistance of 50-DMA and 100-DMA around Rs 685 levels, the downside below 200-DMA may see the stock hurling towards Rs 600 and Rs 575 levels. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART

L&T Finance Holdings Limited (L&TFH)
Likely target: Rs 70 (after breaching Rs 84 mark)
Downside potential: 16%

After rising over 100 per cent, the L&T Finance Holding is witnessing resistance at 200-WMA, placed at Rs 117 levels. Now, the weekly formation resembles the “Head and Shoulder” pattern which has a neckline (support) of Rs 84 level. If the stock breaks the neckline (support), the downside sentiment may enter a bearish outlook and the scrip may drift towards Rs 70 levels, as per the weekly chart. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART

Petronet LNG Limited (PETRONET)
Likely target: Rs 190 and Rs 175
Downside potential: 14% and 15%

A “Symmetrical Triangle” breakout may force the counter towards the lower levels of Rs 190 and Rs 175, as per the weekly chart. The higher side is constantly facing resistances at Rs 238 and Rs 255 levels. The overall trend may lose the upside bias if the price action fails to recover in short term. In such a scenario, the bullish market participants should prefer to stay on the sidelines and carefully watch the price momentum. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART


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