Tata Motors (NS: TAMO) shares are a top mid-term stock choice according to technical analysis and the stock of the auto company is predicted to increase to more than 12 percent within the next few months.
Tata Motors reports that in September, the company’s overall domestic sales grew by 44% to reach 80,633 vehicles. The Mumbai-based automaker could have provided dealers with 55,988 vehicles by the end of September 2021. The overall passenger vehicle sales increased by 85%, reaching 47,654 units this month, up as opposed to 25,730 vehicles in the month of September last year. Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Managing Director Shailesh Chandra announced that the company had the highest ever monthly sales in 47,654 units this month with record-breaking figures for Nexon along with Punch.
Tata is the leader in India’s electric vehicle market supported by government subsidies as well as the high cost of imports. In addition, the company plans to increase its portfolio of electric PVs with EVs ranging from 3 to 10 by the end of FY26. The Tiago EV is targeted at current EV customers seeking a more compact car equipped with premium features.
“With the recent announcement of Tiago EV company has opened up new avenues and is set to accelerate the adoption of EVs throughout the country. Moving forward we anticipate that the holiday season to witness a surge in sales thanks to an increase in the availability of vehicles “he added.
The channel pattern that is visible on the chart for daily trading “topped out” at the support of the trendline at the 390 zones and indicated the possibility of a pullback. The improvement in the bias “The chart is appealing due to the relative strength index (RSI) indicator also showing an inverse trend from the oversold zone and showing massive upside potential. In the next few days, it is anticipated to increase even more. The stock is trading at a 390 support level, and upwards of 460 points.
The February 2022 series is putting a significant strain on the price. After reaching a new high of 537 The stock is currently in the midst of massive selling pressure. The February 2022 series began with 508 RS and ended at 454,5, down 12.5 percent throughout the series. The series reached a high that was 514.75 and a minimum of 405.45. Again, the stocks for the Mar 2022 series opened at 452.95 rupees, climbed to an all-time maximum of 458.5 rupees, and a bottom of 376.35 rupees. It closed at 433.75 rupees, which was a drop of more than four percent. Through April and May June, and July stocks began to stabilize at 440 levels. However, in August of 2022, they finally reached these levels, reaching 500 levels before closing at 471 levels.
A decrease of 14% took place in the month of September 2022, and the stock closed at the level of 404. The stock did not experience any significant movements in the series that ended in October 2022 and closed at 405 levels. The stock in the series for November 2022 could test and then consolidate again, at 450 levels with 390 levels offering good support.