Analyzing Top Stocks

Analyzing Top Stocks
Analyzing Top Stocks

by Tanushree Jaiswal Last Updated: Jul 24, 2023 - 05:47 pm 288 Views

In the midst of a sustained bull run in the Indian market, certain stocks have emerged as potential performers with promising technical indicators. This blog delves into the analysis of five such stocks - Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of India, Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC), RateGain Travel Technologies, and Radico Khaitan. It is essential to note that this analysis is for informational purposes only and not a recommendation to invest in these stocks.

Bank of Maharashtra

Bank of Maharashtra's stock has shown a bullish trend with a recent upward move. It witnessed a downward sloping trend line breakout on the daily chart, crossing the previous top resistance of ₹ 81.95. The formation of higher tops and higher bottoms on the daily chart further supports the bullish sentiment. Additionally, the rise in stock price was accompanied by increased volumes, confirming the upward trend. The stock is currently trading above all important moving averages, indicating a bullish trend across all time frames. The immediate target for Bank of Maharashtra is set at ₹ 92, with a return potential of around 9 percent.

Bank of India

Bank of India's stock has broken out from an Inverted Head and Shoulder pattern on the weekly charts. The price surpassed the previous top resistance at ₹ 32.80, affirming the bullish trend. Similar to Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of India also displayed higher tops and higher bottoms formation on the weekly chart. The stock price rise was accompanied by significant volume surge, further supporting the bullish trend. Currently trading above all important moving averages, Bank of India showcases a strong bullish trend across all time frames. The stock has a target of ₹ 39.50, with a return potential of approximately 15 percent.

Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC)

GMDC has recently broken out from a nine-week price consolidation phase with rising volumes. The stock is trading above all crucial moving averages, indicating a bullish trend across all time frames. On the weekly charts, the indicators and oscillators have turned bullish, providing further strength to the stock's uptrend. Moreover, the PSU sector, to which GMDC belongs, has been outperforming, suggesting potential for further growth. With a target of ₹ 205, GMDC presents a return potential of around 11 percent.

RateGain Travel Technologies

RateGain Travel Technologies has been moving higher in a multiple continuation formation, reflecting a bullish trend. The stock previously traded within a range of ₹ 425 and ₹ 370 but broke out when it crossed the upper limit at ₹ 425. Currently consolidating between ₹ 425 and ₹ 452, Rategain Travel is expected to move towards its all-time high at ₹ 525. The strategy involves buying 50 percent of the stock at current levels and the rest at ₹ 425, with a stop-loss at ₹ 400. The potential targets are ₹ 452, ₹ 470, and ₹ 525, presenting a return potential of around 19 percent.

Radico Khaitan

Radico Khaitan's stock broke out of a Symmetrical Triangle consolidation at ₹ 1,200, indicating a potential upward move. The stock climbed above its all-time high at ₹ 1,294, suggesting a strong bullish trend. With an uptrend in place, Radico Khaitan is expected to move towards targets of ₹ 1,550 and ₹ 1,750 in the coming weeks or months. If the stock corrects to ₹ 1,350, it can be considered for further investment with a stop-loss at ₹ 1,200. The potential return on investment for Radico Khaitan stands at approximately 24 percent.


The stock market's momentum has remained positive, despite minor corrections and selling pressure in some sectors. For investors looking to capitalize on potential opportunities, a thorough analysis of specific stocks can be crucial. The stocks analyzed in this blog - Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of India, GMDC, RateGain Travel Technologies, and Radico Khaitan - have exhibited various bullish indicators and technical patterns, offering potential returns to investors. However, it is essential to remember that investing in the stock market carries inherent risks, and prudent decision-making based on individual risk appetite and financial goals is crucial.

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