Tata Motors saw a steep fall of about 20 per cent from its recent high of Rs 536.50 recorded on 17 November 2021 to Rs 429.60 on 27 May 2022.
However, the auto stock has rallied more than 30 per cent in the last one year compared to over 6 per cent upside seen in the Nifty50 in the same period.
After hitting a record high in November 2021, the stock took support near 360-370 levels once in March 2022, and in May 2022 making it in a double bottom formation.
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The stock is holding comfortably above Rs 400 levels, and any dips towards 415-420 in this week can be used to go long in the stock, suggest experts.
Positive crossover in MACD is observed and RSI is sustaining above 50 levels. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is mid-range. RSI is 54.0, RSI below 30 is considered oversold, and above 70 is overbought.
“Tata Motors has taken support of the 21 Day Simple Moving Average. If the stock is able to give closing above 435 levels then will lead towards 450-470 levels in coming days/week,” recommends Bagadia.
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