Trending stocks: don’t miss these 2 ceramic stocks that trade with a price volume breakout!


It is very important that dynamic investors and traders identify in advance the pockets of opportunity to beat the markets.

With markets hitting new highs, it’s normal to expect several stocks to trade at all-time highs with breakouts. Large caps have outperformed lately and we have seen the contribution of banking majors dominate market gains.

It is very important that dynamic investors and traders identify in advance the pockets of opportunity to beat the markets.

A shining example is the performance of Kajaria Ceramics and Cera Sanitaryware on the stock exchanges. Both counters belonging to the ceramics and tiles sector are trading with gains after a break in the price volume.

The Kajaria Ceramics share price and Cera Sanitaryware share price hit all-time highs in Friday’s trading session with a surge in volume. A long green candle body has formed in the daily chart of Kajaria Ceramics and Cera Sanitaryware. The shares of Kajaria Ceramics and the shares of Cera Sanitaryware primarily trade on the large moving averages, namely 20D SMA, 50D SMA and 200D SMA.

India’s ceramic and tile industry is booming in India and rapid urbanization, affordable housing and improved living standards remain the major triggers in play for the industry. The ceramic industry in India is also dominated by the unorganized sector. As is the trend in the real estate industry, the shift in demand is expected to occur towards more branded companies such as Kajaria Ceramics and Cera Sanitaryware. Export opportunities have also been exploited by these high-growth, high-quality companies. The results were positive for these two ceramic companies, which contributed to the uptrend.

Investors should keep Kajaria Ceramics and Cera Sanitaryware on their watch lists.

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