Published On: January 09, 2013 16:00 (IST) | Duration: 21 min, 07 sec
Mayuresh Joshi, VP-institution, Angel Broking, and Manish Hathiramani, technical trader with Deen Dayal Investments, suggest that long-term investors stay with BHEL. Joshi feels that even though order inflows and capital investments have been ebbing, the rate cycle is set to turn around, which would give a boost to stocks like BHEL. Hathiramani feels the stock has support around Rs 220. One should hold the stock for upsides.