Which stocks outperform in the year 2014 ? Which shares are the brokerages betting big on for the new year ? Find out the hot sectors and promising shares to stay on to make more money in the new year, as we analyze the top recommendations from various sources.
Banks have continued to rally in the later half of the previous year. However they are destined to rally further in the new year as analysts feel. Following the sharp correction seen in these stocks during September last year, many of the stocks have started recovering and showing reselience.
Our top picks for the coming year are from the midcap segment – Canara Bank, Dena Bank and Yes Bank. All these stocks have very high potential to run up in the coming year.
Torrent Power is among the best bets for the next year. This stock is poised for a big rally in the coming days.
The Adani group stocks are expected to move higher, with expectations on Narendra Modi becoming the PM become more popular among the masses. Adani Enterprises is our top pick in this segment.
Brokerage house IIFL has recommended on Economic Times the following picks – Amara Raja Batteries, Crompton Greaves and Havells India. All these stocks have spectacular fundamental base and are natural bets when it comes to investing in the midcap segment.
IT continues to rule
Many of the top IT majors have seen their life time highs in the previous year. However these stocks are expected to continue their upward swing in the coming year as well.
Both the Citi group and the IIFL have recommended Mindtree as the top midcap IT bet. HCL Tech is also equally popular among the brokerage houses. Tech Mahindra has also been on the radar list. Both these stocks have seen their lifetime highs in the past few months and are still going strong.
The Big Boys
Market majors are still popular among the analysts. Thumbs up have been given to these counters – Reliance, LT, ITC, HDFC and the HDFC Bank. Emkay Global has recommended ICICI Bank as their top pick. Maruti Suzuki and Hero Motors are also the top Auto stocks to look out for in the year 2014.