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Sunday, January 10, 2016

Upcoming Small or Midcap for 5 years Time Period

#1. Force Motors 
Sector :Auto
Current Price :₹ 2,978.00
Book Value: ₹ 1,058.51
52 Week High/Low: ₹ 3,785.00 / ₹ 1,131.30
Advantages 
 - Company is virtually debt free.
 - Promoter's stake has increased
Disadvantage 
 - Company has a low return on equity of 5.29% for last 3 years.
 - Earnings include an other income of Rs.66.81 Cr.
Expecting it to reach 3700 in 2016-17 and 7000+ by 2020.

#2. Neelamalai Agro Industries Ltd
Sector :Tea & Coffee
Current Price: ₹ 899.00
Book Value: ₹ 627.46
52 Week High/Low: ₹ 1,023.50 / ₹ 804.75
 Advantage 
 - Company is virtually debt free.
 - Market value of investments Rs.183.58 Cr. is more than the Market Cap Rs.56.64 Cr.
 - Company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 45.64%
 Disadvantage 
 - The company has delivered a poor growth of 9.69% over past five years.
 - Though the company is reporting regular profits, it is not paying out tax
 - Earnings include an other income of Rs.4.14 Cr.

 #3. T & I Global Ltd 
 Sector: Comm. Trading & Distribution
 Current Price: ₹ 38.60
 Book Value: ₹ 44.97
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 43.20 / ₹ 11.55
 Advantage 
 - Stock is trading at 0.86 times its book value
 - Company is expected to give good quarter
 - Company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 20.11%
 Disadvantage 
- Company has a low return on equity of 6.16% for last 3 years.
 - Contingent liabilities of Rs.7.14 Cr.
 - Company might be capitalizing the interest cost

#4. Kothari Fermentation & Biochem Ltd 
Sector: Other Food Products
 Current Price: ₹ 20.50
 Book Value: ₹ 19.68
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 23.50 / ₹ 7.28
Advantage 
 - Stock is trading at 1.04 times its book value
 - Company is expected to give good quarter
Disadvantage 
 - Though the company is reporting repeated profits, it is not paying out dividend
 - Company has a low return on equity of 3.60% for last 3 years.

 #5 Superior Industrial Enterprises Ltd 
 Sector: Edible Oils
 Current Price: ₹ 20.60
 Book Value: ₹ 20.29
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 22.05 / ₹ 11.00
 Advantage
 - Company is virtually debt free.
 - Stock is trading at 1.02 times its book value
 - Company is expected to give good quarter
 - Promoter's stake has increased
 Disadvantage
 - Though the company is reporting repeated profits, it is not paying out dividend
 - Company has a low return on equity of 0.55% for last 3 years.

 #6. Gujarat Ambuja Exports Ltd 
 Sector : Other Agricultural Products
 Current Price: ₹ 49.15
 Book Value: ₹ 62.65
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 62.85 / ₹ 30.00
Advantage
- Company has reduced debt.
- Stock is trading at 0.78 times its book value
Disadvantage 
 - Though the company is reporting regular profits, it is not paying out tax
 - Company might be capitalizing the interest cost

#7. Waterbase Ltd 
 Sector: Other Food Product
 Current Price: ₹ 101.85
 Book Value: ₹ 29.04
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 176.90 / ₹ 45.10
 Advantage 
 - Company is virtually debt free.
 - Promoter's stake has increased

 #8 Sagar Cements Ltd 
 Sector: Cement & Cement Products
 Current Price: ₹ 467.90
 Book Value: ₹ 317.86
 52 Week High/Low: ₹ 498.00 / ₹ 275.00
 Advantage 
- Company is expected to give good quarter
- Company has good consistent profit growth of 73.03% over 5 years
- Company has a good return on equity (ROE) track record: 3 Years ROE 37.52%
Disadvantage 
- The company has delivered a poor growth of 6.68% over past five years.
- Promoters have pledged 30.30% of their holding


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Sunday, August 3, 2014

My Own SIP = Simple Investment Plan

SIP = Simple Investment Plan.

Certain rules that will be followed to make a multi-cap portfolio.

#1. Very less time on hand so will only look for high volume stocks/scripts.
#2. Nifty 50, Nifty Jr and Nifty Midcap will be tracked only.(see #1)
#3. Buy 3 or less scripts on Monday(unless it is holiday) otherwise next trading day.
#4. Buy scripts of different sectors every week.
#5. Will not repeat the same script for next one month i.e. 4 weeks at least.

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Falcon Tyres fixes Record Date for Stock Split & Bonus Issue

Falcon Tyres Ltd has announced that September 29, 2009 has been fixed as the Record Date for the purpose for determining the Members who will be eligible for the Split of Rs. 10/- per share of the Company into the shares of Rs. 5/- each and Bonus Shares of 2 shares for every 1 share held after the split of shares.

The stock was trading at Rs.981.60, up by Rs.46.70 or 5%. The stock hit an intraday high of Rs.981.60 and low of Rs.950.

The total traded quantity was 1091 compared to 2 week average of 1030.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Compact Disc to streamline global film production biz

Compact Disc India(CDI`s) has announced the restructuring and demerger plan to separate international film production business activities.

CDI`s prime focus will be on animation films` outsourcing business.

The revised business plans for outsourcing work for the FY 2009-10 will be revenue at Rs 2.3 billion and profit after tax (PAT) will be Rs 480 million and earnings per share (EPS) at Rs 50.16.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Pyramid Saimira To Raise $100M; Detaches Production, Distribution Wings

BSE-listed Indian theatre chain owner Pyramid Saimira (PSTL)  informed the BSE that it will raise funds to the tune of $100 million via an international issue of securities including Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs), Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs), American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), subject to approval. PSTL recently approved qualified institutional placement measures to issue 1 crore equity shares and planned to offer 1 crore warrants to its promoters.

The financially distressed company is in dire need for funds after a share market scam led to a decline of its valuation, operational losses followed and box office failures delivered another hit to the company, it had to shut down 497 of its 745 screens. Its accounts were also paralysed by the Income Tax department, to which it owed Rs. 26.57 crores, due on March 31, 2009. PSTLposted losses of Rs. 1.37 billion in FY 2009.

The funds could be used to get its production and distribution of movies back on track. It needs to pay 300 employees’ salaries. Besides these, the group runs animation/gaming, hospitality, food and beverage and cine advertising companies. The company has not yet sold its gaming subsidiary Aurona Technologies, nor its US and Malaysia businesses - the non-core sectors the company planned to exit. The US subsidiary owns 21 screens, two radio stations, a banquet hall and a magazine, DesiPages and was suffering losses. The Malaysian one was profitable, and operates in the movie distribution sector.

De-merging Production & Distribution

The board of directors at the company have also approved the demerger of two divisions into subsidiaries - Pyramid Saimira Content Distribution and Pyramid Saimira Production International. This was the first step in the company’s plan to list the two subsidiaries. CNBC-TV18 reported the company plans to divest 40% stake to a strategic partner it has roped in as co-promoter.

Will this move help the company regain its financial balance or will it boomerang? The board hopes the subsidiaries will be freed of the negative publicity that was choking the company, and listing them will help the company open up avenues to raise more funds.

Birla Sun Life AMC declares dividend in BSL Tax Relief'96

Birla Sun Life AMC today announced a dividend of 40 per cent under the dividend option of Birla Sun Life Tax Relief'96.

The company would pay a dividend of Rs 4 per unit on face value of Rs 10. It is an open-ended equity-linked savings scheme (ELSS) with the objective of long-term growth of capital through a portfolio with a target allocation of 80 per cent equity, 20 per cent debt and money-market securities, the company said in a statement.