Modi brings good days – 26 Stock picks by Motilal Oswal


Election results are out and as expected BJP won the election. Narendra Modi will be next prime minister. BJP got 282 seats and NDA contributed 54 more seats. People of India have given clear mandate that they want good governance, economic growth and development.

Modi brings good days for stock Markets. From the day Modi was declared as PM candidate by BJP stock market is going up. Market delivered more than 20% returns in the past eight months. This positive movement is expected to continue. To take advantage of this rally you must be thinking where to invest. To help you out we are herewith top 26 stock picks by Motilal Oswal. Motilal oswal provides financial services like stock market broking, investment banking, private wealth management, asset management & commodity trading.

26 Stock Picks by Motilal Oswal:-

Finance & Banking Sector

  • State Bank of India
  • ICICI Bank
  • Axis Bank
  • Canara Bank
  • Oriental Bank of Commerce


  • Power Finance Corporation
  • Shriram Transport Finance

Capital Goods Sector

  • L&T
  • BHEL
  • Thermax


  • NTPC
  • Coal India
  • Jai Prakash


  • ONGC
  • BPCL


  • Maruti
  • Ashok Leyland
  • TVS Motors


  • ACC
  • Dalmia Bharat
  • Ultratech

Real Estate

  • DLF
  • Unitech


  • Sun TV Network
  • Dish TV

What do you think about 26 stock picks by Motilal Oswal. Do share your views.

You can read full report on India Strategy by Motilal Oswal here.

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