Pankaj Sharma: I think it is a disaster in capital letters. , I would say that there is no point in trying to chase the falling knife. We believe at least 15-20 per cent more downside is easily possible in this stock. I would recommend and advice clients to stay away from this name for the time being and purely speaking, it is not only on the basis of results we had and the reactions which we have seen in the stock.
Pankaj Sharma: I think it looks good because in the overall telecom space when you have so much concern about how the impact of Reliance Jio would pan out. are still a little wary about the operators but when you see somebody who is not really going to get directly impacted and Bharti Infratel is one such candidate which is not really going to get impacted that much.
Professor Pankaj Sharma is Professor of Neurology at Royal Holloway University of London and consultant neurologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He has doctorates from Cambridge and London Universities and was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard Medical School USA. He leads the internationally renown Imperial College Cerebrovascular Research Unit (ICCRU) and has published widely in major international journals.
Pankaj Sharma: In an where you have huge uncertainty and very mixed profile from BFSI space, on one you would see some pretty good numbers from a couple of private sector banks and then in the same space you would see some very disappointing performance from guys like Axis.