Stocks picks for July 25, 2012

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Stocks picks for July 25, 2012
Here are a few stock ideas that could help discerning investors in the medium to long term.

Hindustan Unilever: Two analysts have put a buy option on HUL. PN Vijay, Portfolio Manager, recommends buy rating on HUL on decline.

Vijay told CNBC-TV18, "HUL numbers were fantastic; I did not expect HUL to show such strong growth, even assuming some of that came from sale of asset but if you saw the volumes and pricing power they seem to have got back their pricing power. FMCG has had a very good quarter on the whole but HUL normally has been tardy company in the last quarters."

Buy HUL on dips, says Sudarshan Sukhani,

Petronet LNG: Sushil Finance has recommended hold rating on Petronet LNG with a target of Rs 167, in its July 20, 2012 research report.

"Considering the sound business model, huge capacity expansion coupled with strong financials, we maintain our positive outlook on the stock & recommend ‘HOLD' with a DCF based price target of Rs 167," says Sushil Finance research report.

Torrent Pharma: Nirmal Bang is bullish on Torrent Pharma and has recommended buy rating with a target price of Rs 715.

Bank of Baroda: IIFL has recommended sell rating on the stock. Bank of Baroda on the daily chart has broken below important support after moving sideways for almost two weeks. The rising support of the medium-term uptrend was placed at Rs 725 which was violated convincingly with good volumes.

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