Nifty50 today breached 9,300-level for the first time ever rising to fresh record high of 9,309 surpassing the previous peak on April 5, rising over 13% year-to-date. The gains were led in Bharti Infratel, M&M, BPCL and HeroMoto Corp. The Sensex settled at 29,943 up 287 points, while the broader Nifty50 ended at 9,306 up 88 points. Axis Bank, M&M, HeroMoto Corp, Bharti Airtel and Asian Paints gained the most on BSE Sensex while Cipla, TCS and GAIL shed the most. Bottom-up investing is an investment approach in which an investor should focus her attention from the industry to specific stocks. Rallies India dips on disappointing Q4 results, Reliance Industries hits fresh 52-week high post Q4 results.