Adani Power Witnesses Steady Rise in Share Price

Adani Power’s stock price soared by 5% for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, April 2, despite a subdued market environment. Opening 2.4% higher at ₹574.05 compared to the previous day’s close of ₹560.35, the stock quickly reached its upper circuit limit of ₹588.35 on the BSE.

Key Factors Driving the Surge

The surge in Adani Power’s share price follows significant developments, including Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries acquiring a 26% stake in one of Gautam Adani’s power projects in Madhya Pradesh. Additionally, a pact was signed between the two conglomerates for utilizing 500 MW of electricity from the plants for captive purposes.

Historical Performance and Current Trends

Adani Power’s stock reached its 52-week high of ₹589.30 on December 6 of the previous year, contrasting with its low of ₹185.10 recorded on April 19 of the same year. With the current market price standing at ₹588.35, the stock has surged by approximately 218% from its lowest point.

The stock has already witnessed a remarkable increase of over 10% in April alone, signaling a potential reversal from the consecutive declines observed in the preceding two months.

Expert Recommendations for Investors

Milan Vaishnav, Founder and Technical Analyst at Gemstone Equity Research and ChartWizard FZE:
Vaishnav suggests that investors can maintain their positions in Adani Power amidst the ongoing surge. He notes that after consolidating sideways for three months following a peak in December, the stock is now attempting to break out of this consolidation phase. Vaishnav advises investors to set a stop loss at ₹550 to mitigate risks.

Pravesh Gour, Senior Technical Analyst at Swastika Investmart:
Gour observes a bullish trend in Adani Power’s charts, noting a breakout from a long consolidation phase on the daily chart and a flag formation breakout on the weekly chart. He anticipates an immediate target of ₹640, with the potential for further upside towards ₹700. Gour identifies ₹500 as a key support level and highlights positive indications from MACD and RSI indicators.

Avdhut Bagkar, Derivatives and Technical Analyst at StoxBox:
Bagkar highlights the optimistic broader trend of Adani Power’s stock, emphasizing its accumulation near the 100-day moving average (DMA) and subsequent positive movements above the 50-DMA. He forecasts continued positive bias in the stock’s trajectory, with ₹518 and ₹550 serving as crucial support levels.


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