Sell Bank of India, NMDC; buy Apollo Tyres, Indiabulls Housing: Sudarshan Sukhani

Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com told CNBC-TV18, “The sell calls are simply because there are many opportunities opening up in the midcaps, not in the large caps. So the Nifty is mildly bullish and the midcaps are now giving us that sense. So the Bank of India is a short sell, I am bearish on public sector undertaking (PSU) banks for a long time and that continues.”

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“The other short sell is Indo Count Industries (ICL), there was a big decline and a small relief rally. So we are selling into strength here anticipating that the relief rally will end and the decline will resume. The iron ore and NMDC are going together, both are in a big mess. So NMDC probably is going to see lower levels. This is not a buy on dips stock, you continue to go short in it.”

“Two buying ideas, one is Apollo Tyres. We all understand there was a four days small decline after a big rally. That could be a bullish flag, probably more upside is coming and Indiabulls Housing Finance, I don’t even have to explain it, you just buy it,” he said.

Buy State Bank of India on dips: Gaurang Shah

Gaurang Shah of Geojit Financial Services told CNBC-TV18, “We do remain positive on State Bank of India (SBI). One should start buying and possibly on gradual dips you could definitely go on adding to it. Policies by the government are looking positive and possibly you will see huge resolution in terms of the GNPL issues which are on the balance sheet for a long time. So, go ahead but stagger out your buying.”Image result for Buy State Bank of India on dips: Gaurang Shah

At 15:19 hrs State Bank of India was quoting at Rs 284.90, down Rs 3.60, or 1.25 percent on the BSE.

The share touched its 52-week high Rs 315 and 52-week low Rs 204 on 19 May, 2017 and 13 June, 2016, respectively.

Bull's Eye: Buy Ceat, Godrej Industries, Bank of India, Rajesh Exports, Rel Infra

Bull’s Eye, CNBC-TV18’s popular game show, where market experts come together to dish out trading strategies for you to make your week more exciting and compete with each other to see whose portfolio is the strongest.

Remember these are midcap ideas not just for the day, but stocks that look attractive in the medium-term as well.

This week, Kunal Saraogi, Sumeet Jain and Jay Thakkar battle it out for top honours.

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Below their top stock picks and analysis:

Sumeet Jain of Destimoney Securities

Buy Godrej Industries with a stoploss at Rs 632 and target of Rs 674

Buy Rajesh Exports with a stoploss at Rs 649 and target of Rs 686

Buy Prestige Estates with a stoploss at Rs 258 and target of Rs 281

Buy L&T Finance with a stoploss at Rs 133.50 and target of Rs 147

Jay Thakkar, Head-Technical and Derivatives Research, AnandRathi Share & Stock Brokers

Buy Greaves Cotton with a stoploss at Rs 160.70 and target of Rs 173.80

Buy Bank of India with a stoploss at Rs 136.90 and target of Rs 146.90

Buy Reliance Infrastructure with a stoploss at Rs 464.90 and target of Rs 491.60

Buy Prestige Estates with a stoploss at Rs 259.80 and target of Rs 282.50

Kunal Saraogi of Equityrush

Buy Ceat with a stoploss at Rs 1830 and target of Rs 1900

Buy City Union Bank with a stoploss at Rs 190 and target of Rs 200

Buy Geojit Financial Services with a stoploss at Rs 100 and target of Rs 110

Buy IIFL Holdings with a stoploss at Rs 600 and target of Rs 635

WWE & Puma Launch $500 Limited Edition Money In The Bank Shoes

Are you a pro wrestling fan with way too much disposable income and way too little taste? If so, then we’ve got the story for you!

WWE and Puma have partnered up to produce a limited edition line of WWE sneakers commemorating this Sunday’s Money in the Bank PPV. The gold shoes are adorned with dollar signs and a Million Dollar Championship lace decoration and hundred dollar bill insoles, and appear to come in a replica Money in the Bank briefcase instead of a shoe box.

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The shoes will retail for $500, and are available only in select Foot Locker stores on Saturday, so you’ll have to use Foot Locker’s product launch locator to find a pair of Money in the Bank PUMA x Clydes. Then, you just camp out outside your local Foot Locker (or one 500 miles away, depending on where you live), purchase the sneakers, and you’ll be stylin’ and profilin’. Right, guys?

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Well, who cares what they think?! Sure, walking around in shoes this ugly might get you Roman Reigns levels of heat, but nobody will be laughing when you cash in your opportunity for a WWE Championship title match!

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Wait, what? The shoes don’t come with one of those? And they still cost five hundred bucks?!