Top 9 Best Stocks After Budget 2017 – CNBC TV18 Recommendations

By | February 10, 2017

After Union Budget 2017, all stock analyst and people who are planning to invest in stocks are looking for various stock picks or you can say Union Budget 2017 stocks to buy. Many people may say that Union Budget 2017 doesn’t meet the expectations of many people, but with few measures taken towards long term capital gain tax, affordable housing sector, changes in income tax slab rate 2017-18 etc will definitely give a boost for stock market investors. You can say in other way that, people will start getting more interest to invest money in share market.

Which Stocks Will Give Good Return After Union Budget 2017?

What are the best stocks to invest after Union Budget 2017? Well, to get the answer of this question you can watch an awesome TV show organised by CNBC TV18. Like every TV channels and stock recommendation shows I generally follow CNBC TV channel and their shows to understand what experts are recommending and what are their opinions of choosing any stock to buy.

Off-course one should do his/her own analysts first and then only invest in stock market. But for a beginner it is always recommended to list what other experts are recommending and why they are recommending. In this show few of the top stock broker company’s executives or experts participated.

List of Best 10 Stocks To Invest After Union Budget 2017

So, let me share the names of the expert panel who has shared their knowledge and experience while choosing or recommending the stocks.

They are Rajen Shah of Tradebulls, Dharmesh Kant of Motilal Oswal and Gourang Shah of Geojit PNB Pariba. I have listened to them on other Television shows also and really liked their conversions, stock recommendations and the way they are explaining. Without wasting much time let me share their top picks.

Rajen Shah of Tradebulls

  • India Cement – Target price 240
  • Godrej Properties – Target Price 500
  • HCC – Target Price 60

Dharmesh Kant of Motilal Oswal

  • LIC Housing Finance – Target Price 693
  • Sterling Tools – Target Price 241
  • APLAPOLLO – Target Price 1250

Gourang Shah of Geojit PNB Pariba

  • DHFL – Target Price 360
  • Bharat Electronics – Target Price 1760
  • HCL Tech – Target Price 985

Should One Go for Long Term or Short Term with the Top Stock Recommendations from Experts?

Well, as per my understanding these are very good picks as personally I have followed few of them and tried understand the long term prospect. E.g. India Cement, LIC Housing, DHFL etc have very good future coming days due to various factors and changes in Union Budget 2017 and also for their strong business model.

Besides that you can see that every stock is shared with a target price which is something near to 1 year range only. That means these stocks will give good return on short term also. But remember to understand about the stop losses if your target is to make quick money in short term.

But I would say that one should consider this list for long term period and choose few stocks based on individual analysis only. You can also hire finance person or ask for expert advice of any stock broker agency in India. But I think self-study and self-realization is the best way when it come to take risk whether in investment or life.

Do you think these are the best stocks to buy for long term investment in India 2017? Don’t forget to write your feedback or stock recommendation if you want to add something to this list.

Disclaimer: These stocks are not recommended by me personally or I don’t hold any position on these recommendations. I am trying to share information about the best stocks to invest to help readers. You should do your own homework or hire a financial planner for more information about the stocks before investing. Just want to remind you about the famous tagline here: Stock market investments are subject to market risk, read the documents carefully before investing. Thanks for your understanding.

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