Trading in the direction of trend has proved to be very profitable strategy in any financial market. Same thing applies for stock market, so I have prepared a list of few NSE stocks that are in a strong uptrend on charts. This list updated on 5 June 2012.

Here is the list of such stocks:

  1. Ajanta Pharma
  2. Amara Raja Batteries
  3. Apollo Tyre
  4. Asian Paints
  5. Balkrishna Industries
  6. Bata India
  7. Berger Paint
  8. Blue Dart
  9. Bosch and Loumb
  10. Carborundum
  11. CERA
  12. Colgate Palmolive
  13. CRISIL
  14. Dr Reddy’s Lab
  15. Eicher Motors
  16. Fag Bearing
  17. Emami Ltd
  19. Gandhi Tube
  20. Gillette
  21. Gitanjali Gems
  22. Godrej Properties
  23. GrindWell
  24. GRUH
  25. GSFC
  26. GSKCons
  27. Havells
  28. HDFC Bank
  29. Indusind Bank
  30. INEABS
  31. Insecticides
  32. ITC
  33. Jubliant Food
  34. Kajaria Ceramic
  35. Kansai Nerolac
  36. KSCL
  37. Lumax Ind.
  38. Lupin
  39. Marico
  41. Natcop Pharma
  42. Nestle Ind.
  43. Page Ind.
  44. Pidilite Ind.
  45. SKF India
  46. Solaris Inds.
  47. Sun Pharma
  48. Supreme Ind.
  49. TITAN
  50. TTK Prestige
  51. UTV Soft
  52. Vakran Soft
  54. Vguard Ind.
  55. VST Ind.
  56. Wabco TVS
  57. WEBDT

All of these 58 stocks on weekly chart are in uptrend and selling or pullback in these stocks can be taken as buying opportunity. Now you can study charts after doing our Technical Analysis course online for more information call +91-9970777789

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