Guide To Finding Multibagger Stocks For 2017

Multibagger Stocks Meaning

Peter Lynch, the highly respected manager of Fidelity Investments Mutual Fund, coined the word “multibagger stock” in his books One Up on Wall Street and Beating the Street.

The term became very popular amongst investors because Peter Lynch gave practical examples of how companies that we use in the daily life like McDonalds, Dunkin Donut, Walt Disney, Ford Motor Co etc are great investment opportunities and give huge gains to shareholders.

The reference by Peter Lynch was to stocks which can give a return which is several times the investment made in them.

So, a stock which gives a gain of 200% and returns 300% of the investment becomes a 3-bagger. A stock which gives 10 times the investment is called a 10-bagger.

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Meaning Of 100-Baggers

The concept of 100-baggers was made popular by Thomas Phelps in his book “100 to 1 In The Stock Market”.

Thomas Phelps referred to stocks which the potential to give 100x the investment made in them. Phelps gave several examples of such stocks and also gave a detailed explanation on the process that should be adopted by investors to find such stocks.

Penny Stocks, Micro-Cap & Small-Cap stocks

Generally, multibagger stocks are to be found in penny, micro and small-cap stocks. The reason for this is simple. These stocks have a smaller market capitalisation and find it easier to double and triple their net worth in a short while.

For, example a stock with a market capitalisation of only Rs. 100 crore can easily grow to a market capitalisation of Rs. 500 crore and give investors a 500% return.

In contrast, large-cap companies will find it very difficult, if not impossible to give multibagger returns to their shareholders.

Examples of multibagger stocks in India

There are several stocks in India which have given 10x and even 100x returns. Most of these stocks belong to the penny and small-cap space.

Caplin Point Laboratories is one example of a stock which has given a 10x return in a short period of time. Caplin Point manufactures pharmaceutical products and exports them to Venezuala and other Latin American countries.

Another example of a multibagger stock is Uniply Industries. The stock has attracted marquee investors like Radhakishan Damani, Ramesh Damani and Vallabh Bhanshali and has given a return of 1400%.

There are several other examples of stocks which have become multibagger and created huge wealth for investors. Stocks like Ajanta Pharma, Alembic Pharma, Mangalam Drugs, Intrasoft Technologies, Lanco Industries (Srikalahasthi Pipes), Shreyas Shipping, Page Industries, Hawkins Cooker, PI Industries etc are examples of such stocks.

How To Find Multibagger Stocks

Generally speaking, one has to hunt for such stocks in the penny, micro and small-cap space. Such stocks have a low market capitalisation which makes it easier for them to grow exponentially.

Moat

One has to find stocks that enjoy a moat from the competition. The moat can be in the form of a technological advantage or a marketing advantage. Basically, the company must be able to fend off competitors from laying stake to the market.

High RoE Companies

It is a common feature of penny and small-cap stocks which are growing fast that they will enjoy high rates of RoE. The RoE must be in excess of 20% to be attractive. The high RoE shows that the Company is growing in a profitable manner and that the growth is not coming at the cost of profits.

It is elementary that if a company does not make profit and instead suffers a loss, it will soon run out of capital and will have to go for liquidation and be wound up.

In fact, several companies in the e-commerce space have chased high growth at the cost of profits. Such a strategy is not sustainable in the long run and has resulted in the closure of these companies.

Examples of such companies are Local Banya, Tiny Owl, Grofers, Hola Chef etc.

Characteristics of multibagger stocks

The following are the salient features that all potential multibagger stocks display

(i) The Company offers a product or a service that is unique or innovative and for which there is a lot of demand and not much competition;

(ii) The size of the opportunity should be huge in relation to the size of the Company;

(iii) The Company should enjoy high profitability which will be reflected in the RoE levels;

(iv) The promoters should be highly committed and able to steer the Company to new heights through hard work and perseverance;

(v) The promoters must have the honesty and integrity to want to share the gains of the Company with the shareholders;

(vi) The Company should have low debt or be debt-free.

Multibagger Stocks 2017




The following five stocks are small-cap stocks with excellent quality of management and high RoEs. They have a huge scale of opportunity ahead of them. These stocks have the potential to give multibagger returns in the future as well.

(i) Caplin Point Laboratories;
(ii) Shaily Engineering Plastics;
(iii) Vidhi Dyestuffs;
(iv) Apcotex Industries;
(v) Oriental Carbon;
(vi) Adi Finechem;
(vii) Astec Life;
(viii) Prima Plastics;
(ix) Heritage Foods;
(x) Capital First.

Multibagger Stocks 2016

The following stocks have already given huge returns in 2015 and 2016. However, they are of such good quality of management and have such a dominant command over the market that they can be expected to give excellent returns in the future as well.

(i) Pricol
(ii) LIC Housing Finance
(iii) Repco Home Finance
(iv) VST Tillers Tractors
(v) Bharat Electronics

Experts in multibagger stocks

There are a number of experts who have mastered the subject and are able to find stocks that give huge gains. Their names are as follows:

(i) Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and Radhakishan Damani

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and Radhakishan Damani became billionaires by buying small-cap stocks which became large-cap stocks. The present size of the portfolio of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and Radhakishan Damani is so great that they can no longer invest in penny or micro-cap stocks. Even small-cap stocks are out of bounds for these investors. They can invest only in large-cap stocks.

(ii) Dolly Khanna/ Rajiv Khanna

Dolly Khanna and Rajiv Khanna have made a large number of investments that have become very big success stories. Dolly Khanna has made a lot of money in stocks like Cera Sanitaryware, Hawkins Cooker, Avanti Feeds etc.

(iii) Vijay Kedia

Vijay Kedia has also made a large number of investments which have proved to be big winners. Vijay Kedia is famous for stocks like Atul Auto, Sundaram Chemicals, Repro, etc where he has made a fortune.

(iv) Porinju Veliyath

Porinju Veliyath has a Portfolio Management Service called Equity Intelligence. He has made a lot of money by buying penny and small-cap stocks.

Porinju Veliyath has recently recommended stocks like Future Consumer, DCM Shriram, Tata Global Beverages, Biocon, Jubilant Life Sciences, Emkay, NIIT, HSIL, Transport Corporation etc.

(v) Basant Maheshwari

Basant Maheshwari is a well-known stock advisor. He runs a Portfolio Management Service called Basant Maheshwari Financial Services. His favourite stocks are Granules India, Ujjivan Financial, Equitas Holding, Repco Home Finance etc.

(vi) Mudar Pathreya

Mudar Pathreya writes a column in Business Standard where he recommends penny, micro and small-cap stocks for investment. Some of Mudar Pathreya’s recent stock recommendations include Mercator, Sumeet Industries, Lakshmi Foods, Alphageo, Caplin Point Labs, Indo Count Industries etc.

Several other experts who have made a fortune from buying penny, micro and small-cap companies include Ramesh Damani, Kenneth Andrade, Kalpraj Dharamshi, Madhusudan Kela, Shyam Sekar, Sunil Singhania, Ambareesh Baliga, S. P. Tulsian etc

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Comments (178)

  1. Anas

    Which one is best next five years JM financial or EDElwises

    Reply
    1. Anas

      Bodal chemical for long term

      Reply
  2. M Nageswara Gupta

    Hi michael,

    First of all I would like to thank you very much for your patience and replying our queries.

    I bought NFL@70 and FEL@20 for holding over a period of 1 year,will it get doubled?,

    After buying the above mentioned stocks ,heard mixed talk about the companies growth,So thought of clarifying with You,Please suggest me a stock that would double in 2 years.

    Thank you
    Nageswara

    Reply
  3. Raghavendra Hebbar

    Hi Mike,

    Went through some of the post and liked your perspective. Thanks for that.

    1. I would like to invest on 1 or 2 specialty chemicals stocks. Can you recommend and what level should I wait for because most of them may be already a multi-bagger. (shree pushkar ?)

    2. Would like to know your view on KRBL & LT Foods, which one you recommend and what price based on valuation.

    3. I would like to pick up one stock in financial space involved in mutual fund management such as Edelweiss Financial Services or IIFL or Motilal oswal….looks like they had a good run up already..

    Regards

    Reply
  4. Amit kumar

    R/s sir,
    Kindly suggest about the portfolio.
    1. Apar industry – 830
    2. Asian graniato – 384
    3. Astec Lifesciences – 578
    4. Balaji Amines – 351
    5. Can fine homes – 2720
    6. Century plyboard – 274
    7. Cera Sanitaryware – 2980
    8. Coromandel International – 418
    9.Diwan housing – 418
    10. Excel crop care – 1770
    11. Fiem industry – 875
    12. Gmdc – 133
    13. Lt foods – 72
    14. Manappuram Finance – 89
    15. Minda industry – 620
    16. NOCIL – 106
    17. Nirvikara Paper – 79
    18. Nitin Spinners – 133
    19. Panama Petrochem – 146
    20. Pricol – 78
    21. Prima plastics – 264
    22. SH kelkar- 280
    23. Sp apparel – 420
    24. Srikalahasti pipes – 333
    25. Sterling Tools – 262
    26. TCI express – 477
    27. The Mandhana Retail Ventures 157
    28. Trident – 81
    29. Uflex – 366
    30. Uniply – 332

    Apprx 50000 invested in each of the above stock. Total investment 15 lac. Can hold the stocks for 5-6 years atleast as my age is 27 years so no urgent need of money. Kindly suggest

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  5. Harsh

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for making such a informative blog.

    I am accumulating manappuram finance for the longer term.

    I want to get your reviews on the following stocks among which I can plan to accumulate-

    1.Dcb bank
    2.DHFL
    3.GNFC
    4.Shalibhadra finance
    5.Nitin Spinner
    6.Sterling tools
    7.IIFL

    Please suggest amongst above stocks or if you recommend some other stock for 2-3 year.

    Reply
    1. AVINASH GUPTA

      Dear Michael,

      First of all, congrats for this blog and thanks for the efforts being put in by you.

      I am an old investor. Have been doing OK on my own. Have number of shares that are rarely recommended but that keep on doing well. Some of them are
      Akshar Chemical,
      Asahi Songwon,
      Atul Ltd.,
      Bodal Chemicals,
      Hindustan Composites,
      Triton Valves,
      TVS Srichakra Tyres etc.

      I bought all of these almost 3/4 years ago at very low prices.

      I also own some better known names

      SRF,
      Visaka Industries,
      Sintex

      And made some good money trading in Trigyn Technology and V2 Retail in last 1 year.

      In addition to these I also hold a Co. called Panasonic Carbon Ltd., I am unable to figure out the reason for this share to be in a range of Rs. 450 to Rs. 500 almost for 3 years despite Small Equity, Low PE (15), no debt, MNC promoters (75%). I am very patient about my investments and will wait till the market starts recognising its strengths. Would like to know your view on it if you can spare some time, kind of an expert opinion.

      I also have a very intriguing holding in Thomas Cook, where I tripled my investment in initial 2 years but have been stagnating for over 2 years. Other than great pedigree, its holding in Quess is unbelievable value. Its a market leader in its field. Performance have been lacklustre but potential is huge. Hence continuing to hold. Would like to have your view on that too, if possible.

      Thanks once again.

      Reply
      1. michael (Post author)

        Panasonic Carbon’s non-performance on the stock market is quite baffling as it does tick all the boxes to make a good investment. Appears to be a classic ‘value trap’ stock.

        As regards Thomas Cook, perhaps the reason for the initial excitement was the statement by Prem Watsa that Thomas Cook would be used as a vehicle to fund investments into India. That appears to have changed in some subtle way. Also, the stock is presently quoting at a P/E of nearly 100x. This is an expensive valuation by any standard. It is normal for such high P/E stocks to stagnate.

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    2. michael (Post author)

      Shalibhadra finance is too small a company (m-cap Rs. 46 cr) with low trading volume for an investor to be able to invest meaningful capital. Such small cap stocks are also subject to violent fluctuations in prices. The other stocks are good quality and well managed mid-caps which can be expected to compound slowly and steadily.

      Reply
  6. Sreeneevas

    I hold the following should i stick to them or sell. can u suggest midcap stks

    1. Tinplate
    2, PTC fin
    3. suzlon
    4. exide
    5. DB Reality
    6. Piramal
    7. HCC
    8. ITC
    9.KRBL
    10. Texmaco
    11.wockhardt
    12. Sun Pharma
    13. KPIT
    14. GHCL

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      It looks like a nicely balanced portfolio. There are stocks from the Pharma, metals, NBFC, energy, auto ancillary, realty, FMCG, Agriculture and chemicals. The stocks chosen are also good from the fundamentals and valuations perspective.

      Reply
  7. MANISH SHARMA

    hello friend

    i want to know about lycon internet. is the health of the company is good ? an what are the future prospects ?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The business model of Lycos Internet is to offer services relating to internet advertisements, digital marketing, software (email, search, hosting, online games), etc. It is a highly competitive business with low margins. Also, the fate of internet advertisement is not clear given the rise of ad blockers. Also, Google has itself announced that the Chrome browser will come with a pre-installed ad blocker. All these factors have made investors nervous about the stock.

      Reply
  8. Tarun

    Hi Michael
    Ur views are very informative and backed by crisp and strong fundamentals
    I want to invest 3 Lacs in a Bucket of stocks (IDFC Bank, Manappuram Finance, Kwality Dairy, Berger paints, Jindal steel, Capital First) for 2-3 years.
    Please suggest!
    Also, share any other midcaps from multiabgger perspective.

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      These stocks are good. However, one should aim to create a buy-n-hold balanced portfolio having regard to the valuations of the stock. Berger Paints, for instance, is a high-quality stock but is already quoting at a P/E of 52x. There may not be much scope for P/E re-rating at this stage. On the other hand, a disappointment in growth or earnings could cost the stock dear. From the building materials sector, there are a number of smaller companies like Century Plyboards, Everest Industries, Visaka, Shalimar Paints etc, which will also prosper due to urbanization etc. A basket of these stocks may give better returns than a blue-chip like Berger Paints.

      Housing Finance and NBFCs (like DHFL and Capital First) will also benefit from the urbanization theme.

      Jindal Steel has almost doubled in the last year on the back of the entire sector being re-rated. There is also the anti-dumping duty on steel products which has improved sentiment. However, commodity stocks (esp steel stocks) are highly suspectible to economic trends and one never knows when the cycle can change.

      As it is not possible for us to monitor trends in commodity prices, it may be better to invest in “secular growth” stocks which are not dependent on global economic factors.

      Reply
  9. Manu

    Hi Michael,
    Many thanks for all your comments & suggestions!!
    The following are some of the stocks which i have started accumulating and planning to add more on dips.

    Force motors
    LT Foods
    D-Link India
    Fedders Lloyd
    Natco Pharma
    Mayur Uniquoters
    RBL bank
    Vindhya Telelinks
    Zee media corporation

    What is your call on these?Can I go ahead?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The stocks are good but the concern at this stage is really about their valuations. Natco Pharma, for instance is quoting at a P/E of 44x while RBL Bank is quoting at a P/BV of 5.67x. While the companies have an excellent track record of performance, the valuations leave no margin for error. If Natco Pharma faces hostile US FDA action or if RBL Bank has a NPA problem, there could be an erosion in value. Also, the expectation which is built in the valuation is that the growth will continue to be at the scorching pace. If the growth slows down, there could be time correction in the stock. We can see this happen in other high P/E stocks such as Page Industries which have remained flat or in Kitex Garments which have lost value.

      Having said that, it is true that these are still young companies and have a long way to go before they face roadblocks in growth. So, the best strategy would be to accumulate them slowly and steadily, whenever there are dips in the stock price.

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  10. Manas

    Hi Michael,

    I am a regular follower of the blogs in this forum & I can see lot of valuable comments from your side. I need a bit favour from you. Following are the stocks of my holding which for last so many months donot give any return nor sign of recovery. Can you plz suggest me if I should continue in holding them or should I come out of these stocks bearing loss ? Will be appreciated if you can suggest some estimated holding period if you see fundamental recover ?

    Company Name Average Holding Cost Price
    AMARA RAJA BATTERIES LTD 949.71
    TATA MOTORS LIMITED 512.26
    ADITYA BIRLA MONEY LTD 69.75
    AXIS BANK LIMITED 546.22
    BANK OF BARODA 199.52
    CAPITAL FIRST LIMITED 782.85
    EQUITAS HOLDINGS LIMITED 187.77
    ICICI BANK LIMITED 351.68
    MANAPPURAM FINANCE LIMITED 98.64
    UJJIVAN FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD 452.08
    MADRAS FERTILIZERS LIMITED 28.8
    HOUSING DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTR 90.86
    SHANKARA BUILDING PRODUCTS LTD 756.54
    GE T&D INDIA LIMITED 462.4
    PRAJ INDUSTRIES LIMITED 100.18
    8K MILES SOFTWARE SERVICES LIM 699.99
    HCL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 889.2
    INFOSYS LTD 1174.74
    KPIT TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 158.94
    MINDTREE LIMITED 587.44
    RAMCO SYSTEMS LIMITED 671.79
    ROLTA INDIA LTD 159.15
    TATA ELXSI LIMITED 1802.47
    TECH MAHINDRA LIMITED 601.04
    EROS INTERNATIONAL MEDIA LIMIT 303.32
    COAL INDIA LIMITED 353.67
    WELSPUN CORP LIMITED 122.19
    AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD 797.73
    CIPLA LIMITED 705.39
    GLENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS LTD 903.21
    LUPIN LIMITED 1654.51
    NARAYANA HRUDAYALAYA LIMITED 329.2
    RPG LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 474.18
    SUN PHARMA ADVANCED RESEARCH C 478.2
    SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES 838.28
    SUVEN LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 222.98
    WOCKHARDT LTD 826.09
    HPL ELECTRIC & POWER LIMITED 166.08
    RELIANCE INFRASTRUCTURE LTD 599.18
    SUZLON ENERGY LIMITED 20.81
    AVENUE SUPERMARTS LTD DMART 813.64
    RELIANCE DEFENCE AND ENG LTD 87.51
    TEXMACO RAIL & ENGINEERING LIM 119.91
    TITAGARH WAGONS LIMITED 129.48
    KITEX GARMENTS LTD 420.13
    ABIRLA NUVO 1701.88
    ARVIND 413.65
    ASIAN PAINT 1176.66
    BAJAJ FINSV 4430.06
    BHARAT FIN 782.56
    DELTA CORP 187.56
    DHFL 441.46
    DIVIS LAB 650.61
    DMART 786.64
    FUTURE CONSUMER 34.47
    FUTURE ENTERPRISE 32.87
    FUTURE RETAIL 354.39
    GHCL 270.73
    GRASIM 1182.5
    GRUH 413.98
    GUJARAT FLUORO CHEMICAL 764.85
    HIND ZINC 284.03
    JINDAL STEEEL & POWER 125.1
    MARKSANS 54.01
    MOIL 363.02
    NAGARJUNA FERTILISERS 18.98
    RBLBANK 579.13
    RELIANCE 1424.01
    REPCO HOME FINANCE 773.48
    SHILPI CABLE 94.15
    SHREE CEMENT 19562.61

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    1. michael (Post author)

      By and large, the selection of stocks is good. However, the sectors have fallen out of favour. The Pharma sector, for instance, is out of favour owing to the tough stance adopted by the USAFDA. Most companies have received warning letters from the FDA and this has hugely affected their results. We can see this from the results of Lupin. There is a fear psychosis amongst investors about which Pharma Co will face the axe next and so they are avoiding them.

      Similarly, Info-Tech stocks are also out of favour owing to the tough stance adopted by Donald Trump.

      The sectors that are in favour are the financial/ banking sectors. The fertilizer sector stocks are also in demand due to expected reforms in that field. The real estate and allied sectors (tiles, sanitary ware, paints) are also showing strength.

      A sensible strategy would be to reduce the allocation to Pharma and Tech stocks and increase the allocation to financial and fertilizer stocks.

      Federal Bank, Manappuram etc have given good Q4FY17 results which shows that they are in a good sectoral uptrend. It is better to focus on such stocks.

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  11. Srinivasa Rao

    Hi Micheal,
    What is your take on VIRINCHI LIMITED?

    Regards,

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The stock has been in demand ever since Porinju Veliyath recommended it. The promoters have hiked their stake in the March 2017 quarter, which is always a good sign. The theme of corporate hospitals also appears to be a good business model. The Q4FY17 results are expected on 22nd May. Let’s see how the results are and then take a decision.

      Reply
    2. Mitesh

      Hello I have gone through your reply to people’s query and I would say you are putting great time and efforts to reply them which is great value addition for us .
      This prompted me to ask you questions :
      (1) could you suggest best ratio combination for ideal stock to pick : P/E ,P/Bv , Roe , D/E what should be ideal combination of those ratios in stocks .
      (2) is there platform available where we can see latest buy of top investors: like in usa people like buffet and all have to file 13F form when they buy stocks and it’s publicly available so we can follow the experts rather than trying to pick stocks on our own .
      (3) best Blogs , sites and books which you yourself loved and use for your research and knowledge for Indian stocks or overall equity market . Thanks for adding value my friend .

      Reply
      1. michael (Post author)

        (1) Generally speaking, all ratios have to be used in conjunction because each reflects a different parameter. A stock with low P/E or P/BV and low D/E but with high RoE may be an ideal investment. On the other hand, a stock with high RoE may not be a good investment if it has a high P/E because it suggests that all the positives are priced in and the margin for error is low. Similarly, a high D/E ratio may be good or bad depending on the industry and the terms of the loan. One has to use all ratios judiciously to take an investment decision.

        (2) Under the listing guidelines, companies are required to report the names of the shareholders with more than 1% equity holding. The reports have to be filed on a quarterly basis. The information can be easily traced on the websites of the BSE and the NSE.

        (3) Moneycontrol.com provides basic information relating to a lot of aspects of a stock. forum.valuepickr.com contains good indepth discussion on selected stocks. The members are knowledgeable and helpful. screener.in is ideal if one is inclined to make a shortlist of stocks on specified parameters.

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        1. Mitesh

          Michael thanks for reply …
          can you please send me NSE /BSE link where I CAN see 1% more holding for latest quarter .. you can email me .

          Reply
          1. michael (Post author)

            The information is available for all stocks at bseindia.com. Here is the link for DHFL which provides the shareholding data for several quarters.

            http://www.bseindia.com/corporates/Sharehold_Searchnew.aspx?scripcode=511072&flag=7&expandable=6

  12. rahul

    sir i am new on the stock market i wants to invest 10 stocks in equity for 3 years can any suggest me to make a portfolio with 2 lakh capital

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The markets are quite heated at present and a correction may be around the corner. For a new investor, it is best to adopt the SIP route to invest. I suggest you choose a good diversified fund and invest a small sum on a monthly basis. The advantage of this is that if the stock markets fall, you will get more units for the same amount of money. If you continue doing this for a long period of time, you can hope to make 20-25% CAGR which is an excellent return to get.

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  13. Anand

    hi Michael – nice simple site with good analysis. I am looking for some help to understand on how to take an investment call between a company like Tata Global (M-Cap 9K, Profits 560 CR) vs Johnson Hitachi (M-Cap 5K, Profits 50CR)…so understand that’s it easier for Johnson to double its M-Cap from current level compared to Tata Global…but from the price point Tata Global at 150 vs Johnson Hitachi at 1900….as a hi risk appetite investor (can hold for more than 3 years) not able to decide which makes more sense…

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    1. michael (Post author)

      The business profiles of the two companies are not comparable. TGBL is a FMCG company selling tea etc while Johnson Controls sells white goods like A/cs. TGBL is quoting at a P/E of 18x while Johnson Controls is at a P/E of 70x. There is cut throat competition in the A/c market with aggressive Korean and MNC players like Whirlpool, Samsung, LG etc apart from local players like Videocon etc. In contrast, TGBL has relatively strong brands with lesser competition. Johnson Controls has shot up in the past three months owing to the summer demand for A/cs. This demand may have peaked and now reduce.

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      1. Anand

        Thanks Michael…so if I had 5 lakhs to invest…then is above information sufficient to take a long term view(say 3 to 5 years) on either of these stocks or would you suggest a basket having both (or a different multibagger basket)

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  14. Anilkumar Karimbanakkal

    Hey Michael, hope you are doing great!
    Few of stocks from my portfolio did not give a penny since 2 years. Look at the below scrips and advise me should I hold or accumulate more. Also please suggest few stocks which has good potential to grow. I can hold 15yrs or more..

    Coal India: 308
    Cipla: 662

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Selling Coal India at this stage does not make sense. On the other hand it is a good buy because the valuations are so low that there is no downside risk. There is also a dividend yield of 8.5% which is attractive by any standards. If there is a correction and there is a risk-off mood, Coal India will come back into demand.

      Cipla is in the same position now. There is so much antipathy towards Pharma stocks owing to the FDA related problems that investors are unwilling to buy them. These are also good contrarian buys given that they have a robust business model, are debt-free, have high RoEs, free cash flows and the demand for medicine and drugs will never cease.

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      1. Anilkumar Karimbanakkal

        Thanks a lot for your valuable advise!
        Keep up good work… Appreciated!

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  15. Gajendran

    I would like to buy below 3 stocks for 5 years time period. Please feedback

    1. Escorts
    2. Dilip buildcon
    3. Can fin home

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Can Fin Homes is a good stock though the valuations at 7.9x PBV are much higher than that of its peers. Much of the positives may be already priced in. This reduces the margin of safety and can also cap the upside. DHFL appears to be the cheapest in the HFC space though its return ratios are not comparable to that of Can Fin.

      Escorts does look like a good stock given the scope for agricultural tractors and the dominance of the Company in the field.

      Dilip Buildcon has been doing well in the infrastructure space though there are all sorts of rumors about the stock and its management. It is better to limit the allocation of capital to the stock.

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  16. Guru

    I want to by DHFL(430), Karanataka Bank (16) and Sintex (112) for two to three years. Please advise or suggest suitable stocks.

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      All three are good stocks. DHFL is the cheapest amongst the housing finance companies in terms of the P/BV valuation. It also offers a dividend yield of nearly 2%. Karnataka Bank is also cheap in comparison to its peers in the private banking space. It has ambitious plans for growth of its branches across the Country. Both will do well as the demand for credit is ever increasing. Sintex is the market leader in water storage tanks. It will do well as the urbanisation boom is increasing by leaps and bounds. The demerger of the non-textile business should improve the ratios and lead to a re-rating. There are also talks of a stake sale with TPG Capital, Blackstone, Carlyle etc which will keep the stock in demand. The best strategy is to buy these stocks slowly and steadily and whenever there is a dip in the stock prices.

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  17. Harsh

    Hello Michael,

    This is the very good informative article and very well articulated.

    Currently I am planning to invest in Manappuram Finance for the timespan of 3-5 years.

    Can you please share your review on Manappuram Finance.

    Thanks

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Manappuram Finance is a good stock to hold in a long-term portfolio. It has good management in VP Nandakumar. The dependence on gold lending was earlier a big risk. However, the Company has taken concerted efforts to reduce the dependence on gold financing. The loan to value (LTV) has also been reduced so as to increase the margin of safety. The Company enjoys good RoE and NIMs. There are no NPA concerns either at present. The stock should give compounded returns of 20-25%, which is a good return to get.

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  18. Rituparna

    Hi

    I am thinking of investing on potential sectors. Should I invest in the following and for what period

    Housing Finace: LIC Housing Finance, Indiabulls Hosuing Finance, LIC Housing Finance, GIC osuing Finance, CANFIN Homes, PNB Housing Finace

    Agri: Jain Irrigation (I have no idea about other potential stocks)

    Fertilizers: No Idea

    Financial Services: Edelweiss

    PSU Banks: Yes Bank, Kotak Mhaindra Bank, Federal Bank

    Please suggest

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      In the housing finance sector, all the stocks listed by you are good. PNB Housing Finance has a slight edge over the others because of the impending stake sale announced by PNB. When talks of that stake sale strengthen, one can expect the stock to show strength.

      In the agri and fertilizers space, Coromandel Fertilizers is a good choice. It is a blue chip company of the reputed Murugappa group. It should do well in the initiatives of the Govt to increase rural income and provide Direct Transfer Subsidy.

      Jain Irrigation is banking on the restructuring and debt reduction happening. It recently won a Rs. 570 crore order from the Karnataka Govt. if similar orders come from the other State Governments, the stock will be in demand.

      In the financial services space, Edelweiss is a very good choice. It has visionary management in Rashesh Shah and has ambitious expansion plans. It should continue to do well.

      In the banking space, it is better to stick to the private banks because they are more efficient than their PSU counterparts. In the PSU Banks, one has no grip on the NPAs and whether it will flare up once again (there may be loan waivers etc). Banks like Federal Bank, Karnataka Bank, Lakhsmi Vilas, City Union Bank etc are good choices for the portfolio.

      Reply
      1. Rituparna

        Thanks a lot. Please answer another question which I think is already in many others mind ….. I have applied for hudco ipo, but think I would not even a single lot and probably it will list in .market nearly 100% higher. So, if it reaches rs 100/120 on listing day , I invest for long term or wait to come it down to some level

        Reply
        1. michael (Post author)

          The general tendency is for a stock to cool down a few days after listing because a number of investors who apply for the IPO with borrowed funds are keen to sell the stock and repay the loans. It is better to avoid buying on the listing day itself and instead it is better to wait patiently for the stock to correct.

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  19. rajesh

    I hold the following stocks which should I hold. I wanted two multibagger stock in my portfolio rest all stokcs to be a safer bet.
    pls let me know which I can remove and add.
    I hold th following bought at the rates mentioned.
    1)bharat financial rate 857/-
    2)ceat 987/-
    3)century 575/-
    4)care 986/-
    5)dishtv 58/-
    6)india bulls realestate 80/-
    7)jain irrigation 67/-
    8)Jindal steel 82/-
    9)mmtc 90/-
    10)obero realty 248/-
    11)pnb glits 53/-
    12) rattan power at 45/-
    13)reliance capital at 353/-
    14)relian indus. infra(riil) – 400/-
    15)ruchira papers 113/-
    16)sintex 103/-
    20)spicejet 82/-
    21) summet industries 33/-
    22)federal bank 82/-
    23)Lakshmi vilas bank 166/-
    24)trident 82/-
    my value is 7.8 lacs as of now. how much percentage of the value I should shift to two multi bagger stocks

    Reply
    1. Abhijeet

      Please advice for Divis Lab with long term target of next 5-7 years?

      Reply
      1. michael (Post author)

        Buying Pharma stocks when they are in US FDA related troubles is a good strategy because a high quality stock with good management, high RoE, free cash flows, good dividend payout etc is available at low valuations. However, the period of time that it will take for the Company to resolve the FDA problem is not known. It can take several years as it is doing in the case of IPCA Labs. There is also the opportunity cost of money to be considered. Also, it is not known whether the problems will recur and the FDA may issue another FDA alert. These uncertainties have made the Pharma stocks lose favour amongst investors. If there are other stocks that can give 20-30% returns (such as housing finance companies), that may be preferable over Pharma companies.

        Reply
    2. michael (Post author)

      “I wanted two multibagger stock in my portfolio”

      You will know whether a stock turned out to be a winner only in hindsight. It is not possible to predict in advance which stock will outperform its peers. The best strategy is to buy a basket of stocks which have a good track record of growth and profitability and hope that a few of them turn out to be outperformers and create wealth.

      Your choice of stocks is quite good. You have a well diversified portfolio which should be able to outperform.

      Reply
    3. RAJESH

      SINCERE THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY.

      i would like to have your views on MMTC.How well it will perfrom in the coming years. like to know the reason why it went up to yearly highs . is it due to the disinvestmet call by previous govt or earnings will improve as the economy is growing. who are the peers for this company. “should I hold or sell since I bought MMTC at 90.”

      Reply
      1. michael (Post author)

        All metal stocks were heavily oversold and have rebounded sharply. However, the problem with metal stocks (and other commodities stocks) is that it cannot be predicted which way the cycle will turn. Even a slight dip in the global economy can weaken these stocks and vice-versa. Generally speaking, normal investors are better off avoiding commodity stocks and instead investing in secular growth stocks where there is steady demand from all sections of the economy. However, there are occasions when the metal stocks get oversold to an extent where the rewards heavily outweigh the risks. Buying these stocks at that time makes sense because the margin of safety is high.

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        1. rajesh

          Pls give your views on
          1)summet industries which I hold at 33.
          2)spicejet . does gove have any plans/policies of bringing down or regularizing atf prices. whats the expectation from this share.
          3)PTc india financials whats the future can it be a multi bagger.

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    4. rajesh

      Also I would like to know which is the sector which will be benefited first.
      QUESTION :”is which first two sectors will go up first. which sector will move first.” If an economy is growing definetlyy all share will move up but which sector shares will move 1st and second.

      I hope the answer for this will definitely differentiate me from other investor and make me first in earning money which is more important to make money first. because every share/ sector will make money. but which first two sectors will go up first.

      Also pls comment on MMTC Share also.

      Reply
      1. michael (Post author)

        Generally speaking, the banking and the financial services sector are the first to feel the impact of an economic growth or slowdown. This is because interest rates are instrumental in setting the pace of the economic growth. When the interest rates are low, the consumption power of the consumers goes up (because they can borrow more at low rates). This creates an impetus for more production and in turn a demand for money to buy assets, set up factories etc. This is also why the banking and financial services sector has outperformed the other sectors and grown in a consistent and predictable manner.

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        1. rajesh

          next to banking and finacial which is the sector which will move first. if you see oil has moved secondly i predict brokerage ,realestate,and raw materials trading firm should go up. with your expert views generally list the sectors to grow after banking.

          Reply
          1. rajesh

            my point is which is the sectors which will have a rerating first.

    5. Chandradeep

      Hi friend looking at the list you already have potential multibaggers in Sumeet Industries, Lakshmi Vilas Bank

      Reply
    6. rajesh

      pls provide your views on mmtc ltd. should i hold. what is the future of this share and what returns it will give.

      Reply
    7. rajesh

      pls provide your views on mmtc ltd

      Reply
  20. Chandra

    Hi all. i am looking a multibagger stock for month of may 2017
    plz can any one advise me ?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Well, it is really not possible to find multibagger stocks on a monthly basis. The sensible strategy is to buy a portfolio of stocks which are growing at 15-20 CAGR and hold them tight. If the markets correct severely (as it happened during demonetization), the stocks should be bought aggressively. That is the only realistic way of making wealth through stocks.

      Reply
  21. Manoj Padipurakkal

    Hi,
    This is Manoj here .I would like to express my thanks and relief to you on the query about FIEM industries about a month back.Your reply was..
    ”It is difficult to time the market. Fiem is a good company, with good management and good track record. It is better to buy in SIP mode so that if the price falls further, you have money to buy more stocks.”
    Now I am holding this @910 on the profit side by adding it on SIP mode.
    This time I would like to get a clarification on Divis lab & Dish tv.
    Would you recommend to buy Divis at this level for 2 years time frame?Is it bottomed out considering the fundamentals?
    I am holding Dish tv @99.Can I hold this as the merger with Videocon is on the cards?
    Any impact on Dish TV on the back of the news about Reliance digital TV?

    Thanks & Regards
    Manoj

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      “I am holding this @910 on the profit side”

      The period is too short to start counting profit and loss. That is the mentality of a trader and not of an investor.

      Fiem is still a small-cap with a market capitalization of only Rs. 1300 crore. It is a high quality company but requires to be held for a couple of years for the benefits of compounding to work its magic. It has a long way to go before one can start thinking of cashing in on gains.

      “Would you recommend to buy Divis at this level for 2 years time frame”

      Divis is a high quality company. However, the problem is that the uncertainty over when the FDA problems will be resolved will keep the stock sluggish. Also, even if the problems are resolved, the fear that it may recur in the form of another FDA warning will be an overhang for the stock. If you can find a secular growth stock that is growing at a slow but consistent rate and available at reasonable valuations, that may be a better choice.

      Reply
  22. deva

    DearSir,

    I would like to hold the following stock for next 56 years,Pls advise

    S.NO Script
    1 Ramco Cements
    2 Ceat
    3 KTK Bank
    4 KEC Intl
    5 Kpr Mill
    6 KCP Ltd
    7 Lakshmi Vilas bank
    8 PFS
    9 Va Tech Bag
    10 Techno Electric
    11 Repco Home
    12 BBTC
    13 Mahindra Holidays
    14 HSIL
    15 Tata Coffee
    16 Suprajit Engg
    17 Dishman Pharma
    18 All Cargo
    19 Bajaj Electricals
    20 Trident

    21 DHFL
    22 GAEL
    23 JK Paper
    24 Sterrling Tools
    25 Zee Enterprises
    26 LIC Hsg Finance
    27 Havells India
    28 Nitin Spinners Ltd
    29 VST Tillers Tractors
    30 Bharat Electronics

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      You have a good selection of stocks. All the stocks are midcaps and of high quality. There are no dubious penny stocks or micro caps in the portfolio. If you can stay invested in these stocks for a long period of time, you will create serious wealth through compounding.

      Reply
  23. debasish

    I have only 20000 rs to invest and want to hold for long time so what share should i buy for good profit and iam new to this market

    Reply
    1. Somnath

      Suzlon energy

      Reply
    2. michael (Post author)

      I advise an investment in a diversified mutual fund. I suggest you adopt the SIP method and invest Rs. 1,000 or 2,000 per month. The stock market is very heated at present and a correction is possible.

      Reply
  24. Ajay

    Nice blog for beginners…
    Kudos to great effort👍👍👍

    Reply
  25. debprakashrout

    I am investing in
    stampede capital rs 30
    Eros intl. rs 272
    Can i hold for long term

    Reply
  26. Manas

    Hi I am holding the following stocks, plz advise which one to remove and which I can hold for next 2-3 years.

    8K MILES SOFTWARE SERVICES LIM 774.38
    ACC LIMITED 1506.42
    ADANI TRANSMISSION LIMITED 64.8
    ADVANCED ENZYME TECHNO LTD 2098.06
    AJANTA PHARMA LTD 1900.74
    ALKEM LABORATORIES LIMITED 2179.95
    GE T&D INDIA LIMITED 517.44
    AMARA RAJA BATTERIES LTD 949.71
    AMBUJA CEMENTS LTD 243.28
    ASHOKA BUILDCON LIMITED 195.11
    ASHOK LEYLAND LTD 97.05
    ASIAN GRANITO INDIA LIMITED 275.13
    ASTEC LIFESCIENCES LIMITED 618.08
    ASTRA MICROWAVE PRODUCTS LTD 119.97
    AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD 797.73
    AVANTI FEEDS LTD 689.35
    AXIS BANK LIMITED 546.22
    BAJAJ ELECTRICALS LIMITED 319.1
    BANK OF BARODA 199.52
    BEML LIMITED 1269.96
    BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD 156.01
    CADILA HEALTHCARE LIMITED 440.03
    CAPITAL FIRST LIMITED 716.63
    CIPLA LIMITED 705.39
    COAL INDIA LIMITED 353.67
    CG POWER AND IND SOLUTIONS LTD 76.97
    DEEPAK FERTILIZERS &PETROCHEMI 252.22
    DISHMAN PHARMACEUTICALS & CHEM 282.97
    EDELWEISS FINANCIAL SERVICES L 88.94
    EQUITAS HOLDINGS LIMITED 187.77
    EROS INTERNATIONAL MEDIA LIMIT 330.85
    ESCORTS LIMITED 515.85
    FORCE MOTORS LIMITED 4524.65
    GAYATRI PROJECTS LIMITED 141.61
    GEOMETRIC LIMITED 233.26
    GLENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS LTD 950.33
    GUJARAT NARMADA FER & CHEM LTD 269.51
    GRANULES INDIA LIMITED 133.28
    GUJARAT STATE FERTILIZERS & CH 125.51
    HAVELLS INDIA LIMITED 432.83
    HBL POWER SYSTEMS LIMITED 43
    HCL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 889.2
    HEIDELBERG CEMENT INDIA LTD 123.14
    HPL ELECTRIC & POWER LIMITED 166.08
    HSIL LIMITED 325.85
    ICICI BANK LIMITED 351.68
    IDFC LIMITED 64.26
    INDIABULLS REAL ESTATE LIMITED 88.67
    INFOSYS LTD 1174.74
    INSECTICIDES INDIA LTD 554.07
    INTERGLOBE AVIATION LIMITED 993.13
    IRB INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPERS 230.9
    ITD CEMENTATION INDIA LIMITED 157.6
    JAIN IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LTD 93.24
    JK CEMENT LIMITED 893.98
    JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LIMITED 391.74
    JUBILANT LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 796.3
    KAJARIA CERAMICS LTD 569.98
    KALPATARU POWER TRANSMISSION L 276.76
    KEC INTERNATIONAL LTD (FORMER 197.43
    KPIT TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 158.94
    LARSEN AND TOUBRO LIMITED 1569.54
    LAURUS LABS LIMITED 530.07
    LUPIN LIMITED 1704.57
    MADHUCON PROJECTS LIMITED 55.19
    MAHANAGAR GAS LIMITED 708.68
    MANAPPURAM FINANCE LIMITED 98.64
    MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD 5968.82
    MINDTREE LIMITED 587.44
    MOTHERSON SUMI SYSTEMS LIMITED 369.08
    NCC LIMITED 82.54
    NARAYANA HRUDAYALAYA LIMITED 329.2
    NATCO PHARMA LIMITED 791.77
    NBCC (INDIA) LIMITED 177.01
    NUCLEUS SOFTWARE EXPORTS LTD 280.98
    PRAJ INDUSTRIES LIMITED 100.18
    PRISM CEMENT LIMITED 99.63
    THE RAMCO CEMENTS LIMITED 680.78
    RAMCO SYSTEMS LIMITED 671.79
    RELIANCE DEFENCE AND ENG LTD 87.51
    RELIANCE INFRASTRUCTURE LTD 599.18
    ROLTA INDIA LTD 159.15
    RPG LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 474.18
    SAGAR CEMENTS LTD 766.01
    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC INFRA LTD 150.29
    SHIPPING CORP OF INDIA LT 78.55
    SHARDA CROPCHEM LIMITED 473.12
    SINTEX INDUSTRIES LTD 93.36
    SPICEJET LIMITED 80.13
    STATE BANK OF INDIA 299.77
    STERLITE TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 124.98
    SUDARSHAN CHEMICAL INDUS LTD 382.53
    SUN PHARMA ADVANCED RESEARCH C 478.2
    SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES 838.28
    SUVEN LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 222.98
    SUZLON ENERGY LIMITED 20.81
    TATA ELXSI LIMITED 1802.47
    TATA MOTORS LIMITED 517.06
    TCI EXPRESS LIMITED 295.53
    TECH MAHINDRA LIMITED 601.04
    TEXMACO RAIL & ENGINEERING LIM 119.91
    THERMAX LTD 1063.72
    TITAGARH WAGONS LIMITED 129.48
    TRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA 359.65
    TRANSFORMERS AND RECTIFIERS (I 380.56
    UJJIVAN FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD 465.46
    ULTRATECH CEMENT LIMITED 3809.07
    UNION BANK OF INDIA 174.03
    UPL LIMITED 707
    VAKRANGEE LIMITED 300.82
    VOLTAS LTD 392.87
    WELSPUN CORP LIMITED 122.19
    WOCKHARDT LTD 826.09
    V-GUARD INDUSTRIES LIMITED 177.92
    COROMANDEL INTERNATIONAL LIMIT 314.99

    Reply
    1. manas

      Can any expert advise me ..which r the stocks i can hold gor next 1 to years nd which need to reduce ?

      Reply
  27. p.eswara rao

    Nice website for common invester

    Reply
  28. Harikrishna Avvaru

    Dear sir,

    pls give your suggestion to consolidate my portfolio. I have too many stocks , very difficult to follow:

    ISIN SCRIPNAME CURRENT FREE LOCKIN PLEDGE PLEDGESETUP EARMARK PNDG_DEMAT

    INE779A01011 ABC BEARINGS EQTY 200
    INE793A01012 ACCELYA KALE SOL- EQ 100
    INE982B01019 ADF FOODS LIMITED EQ 350
    INE034A01011 ARVIND LIMITED EQ 200
    INE021A01026 ASIAN PAINTS EQ 1/- 50
    INE386C01029 ASTRA MICRO-EQ RS2/- 400
    INE406A01037 AUROBINDO-EQ-RE.1/- 200
    INE794B01026 BALAJI TELE RS 2/- 250
    INE166C01025 BELLARY STEEL-EQ RE1 7500
    INE397D01024 BHARTI AIRTEL-EQ 5 150
    INE029A01011 BPCL EQUITY 150
    INE052I01032 CAMLIN FINE-EQ 500
    INE974B01016 CHEVIOT COMPANY EQTY 10
    INE169A01031 COROMANDEL I EQ RE.1 50
    INE171A01029 FEDERAL BANK EQ 2/- 500
    INE111B01023 FINANCIAL TECH NEW 250
    INE220J01025 FUTURE CONS- EQ 6/- 4000
    INE152B01027 GATI LTD – EQ RS.2/- 150
    INE955D01029 GENUS POWER-EQ 1/- 1500
    INE102D01028 GODREJ CON – EQ RE.1 50
    IN0020160076 GOI 18850 2.5 2024 35
    IN0020150101 GOI 2.75 SGB I 2024 50
    INE224A01026 GREAVES COTTONE EQ 2 250
    INE473B01035 HATSUN AGRO-EQ 1/- 75
    INE040A01026 HDFC BANK EQ 2/- 50
    INE559A01017 IFB INDUSTRIES EQY 50
    INE194C01019 INDAGE VINTNERS LTD 500
    INE312H01016 INOX LEISURE LTD EQ 200
    INE544H01014 JHS SVENDGAARD – EQ 9
    INE614B01018 KARNATAKA BANK LTD 500
    INE760A01029 KOKUYO CAM – EQ RE 1 750
    INE115A01026 LIC HSG FIN RS-2-EQ 100
    INE624M01014 LYKIS LIMITED- EQ 600
    INE998I01010 MAHINDRA HOLIDAY- EQ 150
    INE196A01026 MARICO LIM – EQ RE 1 300
    INE912H01013 MBL INFRA – EQ 1000
    INE018I01017 MINDTREE LIMITED-EQ 200
    INE795A01017 PANASONIC ENERGY-EQ 200
    INE027A01015 RCF EQUITY 250
    INF204K01FI0 RELCAP DBF GR-GROWTH 8878.472
    INE461B01014 REPRO INDIA EQTY 350
    INE058A01010 SANOFI INDIA – EQ 12
    INE439E01022 SKIPPER LTD EQ-RE-1 400
    INE734N01019 SNOWMAN LOGIS- EQ 2250
    INE219H01039 SRS LIMITED-EQ RS10 2000
    INE669C01036 TECH MAHINDRA-EQ 200
    INE621L01012 TEXMACO RAIL&ENGN-EQ 400
    INE149A01025 TUBE INV – EQ RS 2 75
    INE527H01019 UFO MOVIEZ-EQ 100

    INE764D01017 V S T TILLERS TRACTO 25
    INE956G01038 VA TECH WABAG-EQ 2 100
    INE768C01010 ZYDUS WELLNESS LIMIT 125

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Generally speaking the quality of stocks in the portfolio cannot be faulted. I suggest you segregate the stocks sector wise (money control has that facility) and see what the percentage of holding is in each sector. This will help to ensure that the Portfolio is evenly balanced. Thereafter, identify the stocks in which the holding is less than a certain threshold, say 3%. You can decide what your conviction level is in the stock and decide to either increase the holding in it or sell it off.

      Reply
  29. Riyaz

    hi Sir,

    what is ur opinion on Pasupati Acrylon, its trading @ 24.70/- at present and ROCE is above 20 etc.

    Please respond

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Pasupati Acrylon has been a disappointment in the past despite the huge expectations that were in it. The results are also erratic. Let us see what Q4FY17 brings in and then take a call. Otherwise the demand for acrylic fibre is quite robust. The margins are also decent but require to be sustainable.

      Reply
  30. Gaurav Anand

    Hi
    I am new to market I want to invest kindly guide me.

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      This may or may not be the right time to invest because the market is looking quite heated. If there is an earnings disappointment in Q4FY17, the stock market could crash. So, it is better to stay on the sidelines for the present and invest only small amounts. We can take a call after the Q4FY17 result season comes to an end.

      Reply
  31. sushanth

    Good work man

    Reply
  32. minakshi

    Sir what about mic electronics, celebrity fashions and TRF

    Reply
  33. Karthik

    I am a very new to stock market and planning to start … Can i buy pricol? Is it right time to buy?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      If you are new to the stock market, it may not be a sensible strategy to straightaway start picking stocks. It is better to invest slowly by way of a SIP through a diversified mutual fund. Also, the market is looking quite heated presently and it may not be the right time to start investing. If there is an earnings disappointment in Q4FY17, the stock market could crash. It is better to stay on the sidelines for the present and to take a call after the Q4FY17 result season comes to an end.

      Reply
  34. abhijit

    Sir what about axtel industries

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Axtel industries is a micro-cap with a market capitalisation of only Rs. 100 crore. Such stocks tend to be volatile in their price movements. The stock has given a return of 400% over the last one year. It is advisable to see the fundamental performance of the Company over a couple of quarters before deciding to invest funds in the Company.

      Reply
      1. Rituparna

        Hi, I want to start investing on some safe, high potential small and mid cap stocks for 3 to 5 years. Can you please provide me an ideal list, a best o best list for 10 stocks at this moment according to you

        Reply
  35. venkat yohan

    What about cosyn ltd.s
    News from equity intelligence say that it will reach 1500rs by september 2018.is it good to accumulate as porinju sir indicated.

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Cosyn is up 1332% over two years and 257% over one year. After such an increase, normally a stock has to cool down and the earnings have to catch up. Much of the expectations about the performance of the Company are already built into the price. So it is better to wait for a few quarters and see how the performance is shaping up before taking the call to invest.

      Reply
  36. Satyakam barsainyan

    Hi i have just started investing in stock and would like to. Improve my portfolio. Also please suggest how are stock under my portfolio which is as follows
    1. Bharat electronics
    2. ONGC
    3. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION
    4. SUZLON ENERGY

    Reply
    1. Halping Nature

      Also add some banking stock, Like HDFC, SBI, ICICI

      Reply
    2. michael (Post author)

      The first three stocks in your portfolio, Bharat Electronics, ONGC and REC, are excellent stocks. These are high-quality PSU stocks which are available at attractive valuations. Each stock is a market leader in its field. These stocks should be held for long periods of time for the compounding gains to show. In Suzlon Energy, everything depends on how they perform in the future. It appears the downside is low while the upside may be high.

      Reply
  37. Debajyoti

    I shall get Rs 90,000 in the 3rd week of April 2017 or thereabouts. I wish to invest Rs 30,000 each in 3 stocks, namely Capital First, Nitin Spinners and Sterling Tools. My holding horizon is roughly 3 years. So, is my choice OK or would you like to suggest something else ? Kindly reply… Thank you !

    Reply
  38. dilipbihani1111@gmail.com

    WHAT ABOUT NITIN SPINNERS

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Nitin Spinners is a good stock. It is doing well as the expansions are complete or at an advanced stage of completion. Dolly Khanna has a big holding in Nitin Spinners (see Dolly Khanna Latest Portfolio 2017 http://multibaggerstocks.org/dolly-khanna-latest-portfolio-2017/). The stock has also been recommended by Daljeet Kohli’s IndiaNivesh Securities and East India Securities for a target price of Rs. 150. So, if you have the stock in your portfolio it is advisable to hold it and to add on declines.

      Reply
  39. Charan

    HI.. Iam following your site Recently .. very usefull for us like new investors. 🙂

    i have these below following shares. but iam little nervous wether i’ve chosen right shares or not ? .. can you please suggest me.

    DLF
    JKTYRE
    INOXWIND
    COALINDIA
    BSLIMITED
    GMRINFRA
    BHEL
    SJVN

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      DLF, Coal India and BHEL are blue-chip large-cap stocks. These are safe stocks. However, there are better blue-chip stocks available in the mid-cap stocks which offer similar degree of safety coupled with higher growth. A stock like Century Plyboard, for example, has a track record of a couple of decades and has a respected management. It has a consistent dividend track record. It can also be considered as a “blue-chip” from the mid-cap space. The same can be said for Transport Corp, HSIL, Cera Sanitaryware, Kajaria Ceramics, Trident Ltd, ADF Foods, Heritage Foods, Oriental Carbon, Prima Plastics and other similar stocks. So, a basket of top-quality small-cap and mid-cap stocks, bought during declines, will give more returns over the next five years as compared to large-cap stocks.

      Reply
      1. Charan

        Thanks Michel..:)

        Reply
  40. Bipin

    Hi sir, what are you views about capital first, tci xpress & pricol. You have mentioned capital first in your multibagger list as well. Also, what targets one can expect from these shares? Also, promoter holding is less in pricol & promoter has further reduced their stake. What are your views on that?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Capital First is an excellent stock in my view. V Vaidyanathan, the CEO, stated that the Company will grow at about 25% over the next 4-5 years. The company’s rating has been upgraded to AAA status. Margins have improved by 100 basis points as cost of funds have come down by 50-75 basis point. If the stock becomes the “next Bajaj Finance”, the sky is the limit for it. TCI Express is also an excellent stock to hold in the portfolio. Good, venerable management. The logistics business will grow rapidly as e-com grows. Pricol is also a good stock though I prefer Sterling Tools because the promoters hold upto 75% of the equity and Dolly Khanna and Anil Kumar Goel are invested in it. The equity capital of Rs. 6.8 crore of Sterling Tools is also very low compared to its market capitalisation of Rs. 700 crore.

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      1. Bipin

        Thanks Michael for your prompt response. Highly appreciated. Will have a look at sterling tools.

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      2. Pandiraj Rao

        Hi Michael, I am new to stock market and trying to learn.
        Have a query related to Capital First.
        The debt on the balance sheet is close to 8000+ cr, is that something we should consider before investing in this company from a long term point of view.
        Please provide your inputs on the same.

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        1. michael (Post author)

          For a Bank or a NBFC, money is the raw material that they deal in. Their source of income is the difference between the interest they pay on the borrowings and the interest they receive on the lendings (NIMs or Net Interest Margins). The higher the NIM, the higher is the profit. The size of the borrowing is per se not a cause for concern. What has to be seen is how of the money is returned by the borrowers. In other words, the NPAs (Non-Performing Assets or Bad Debts) can make or break the Bank or NBFC. HDFC Bank is so highly valued because it has very low NPAs. On the other hand, PSU Banks are valued low because their NPAs are very high.

          The concept of valuation of banks and financial institutions is explained by Prof Aswath Damodaran in an article which can be downloaded from here: http://people.stern.nyu.edu/adamodar/pdfiles/papers/finfirm09.pdf

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  41. manish patel

    i have banco product at 200 rs. & gnfc at 250 rs. please suggest me.

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  42. abhijit

    Sir,as per your guidence,I have bought shares cupid@310,fiemindustries@889, lypsa gems@69 and one more share is ginni filament@35.14. And waiting correction for panama petro , fiberweb india & trident. Is it ok ?

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  43. Manoj

    My name is Manoj and I am following you on this for the last few months.
    Is it right time to enter into FIEM now, or it has some more down side left?
    Can you also advise on RS software & texmaco rail as both had corrected a lot .

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    1. michael (Post author)

      “Is it right time to enter into FIEM now, or it has some more down side left?”

      It is difficult to time the market. Fiem is a good company, with good management and good track record. It is better to buy in SIP mode so that if the price falls further, you have money to buy more stocks.

      You can also look at Minda Industries. It is doing very well on the operational front and also on the stock market front. It is a good buy on declines.

      “Can you also advise on RS software & texmaco rail as both had corrected a lot”

      RS Software’s business model is not clear after it lost VISA as a client. The stock was in demand because of demonetisation/ e-governance etc. However, unless the earnings reflect the growth and profitability, the stock price cannot move.

      Texmaco Rail is a heavy industry stock. Such stocks require very heavy growth in the economy to thrive. It is a very good stock but will require a lot of patience. The increase in the stock price will also be slow in comparison to other stocks which are not so heavily dependent on the heavy economy.

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      1. Manoj

        Thank you very much!!

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  44. Mahendra

    Nicesite

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  45. Prakash

    Guj alkalies 320 shares @398 hold or sell,if sell other better multibagger stocks to invest

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  46. Jose Abraham

    Is the bull run in specialty chemicals stocks over? They are showing signs of weakness? Is the disrupted Chinese production back on track? What are the outlook for these stocks?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The prices of chemicals had increased because Hubei Chuyuan, a Chinese giant manufacturer, had suspended operations due to the directives of the Government. However, in January 2017, Hubei Chuyuan has restarted production. The increase in supply will lead to softening of prices for chemicals like H-Acid, Vinyl Sulphone, intermediate etc. So, it is possible that the trend may change in the future.

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  47. koushik

    koushik

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  48. Raj

    Future of sun pharma, lupin?? Hold or sell

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      These are very good stocks for long-term investors. Presently, the fear of the FDA and of Donald Trump’s policies has caused all Pharma stocks to fall out of favour. However, this is the opportunity for long-term investors to buy.

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  49. Raj

    How is the future for established pharma companies? Like sun, lupin, torrent etc

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  50. shweta

    very informative

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  51. Abhijit

    1)What about Hindustan motors after selling his brand to PEUGEOT company.

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  52. DILEEP KUMAR

    Suggest about mblinfra 400 sh/144 rs.
    What we do now
    And lupin at rs 1700

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  53. Deepak

    Sterling international cmp @1.7 tgt 10 .. 1 year time

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  54. Pavan

    How is marksans pharma for long term?

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  55. Prof Swapan

    Please suggest 5-10 small/micro Multi bugger stocks for long term holding

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  56. rohit prajapati

    infosys 150
    icici bank 500
    sun pharma 300
    aurobindo pharma 100
    tata motor 100
    sintex industris 300
    reliance industries 100

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  57. Arun Kaul

    can you advise on the following :

    Rasoya Proteins Ltd.
    Ambuja cements

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  58. krishna p

    I have the following shares and would like to hold for at least 5 years.Would like to know if they can give multibagger returns.
    i have been holding last two years ,request you to suggest need to change any of them.

    ADF FOODS LIMITED 100
    CHENNAI PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. 230
    CUBICAL FINANCIAL SERVICES LIMITED 4
    DCB BANK LIMITED EQ 90
    DISH TV INDIA LIMITED 110
    DISHMAN PHARMACEUTICALS AND CHEMICAL 180
    GVK POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED 6.35
    HBL POWER SYSTEMS LIMITED 40.00
    HIMACHAL FUTURISTIC COMMUNICATIONS 14.50
    IDBI BANK LIMITED EQ 85.15
    IDFC BANK LIMITED 61.65
    IDFC LIMITED 54.85
    INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK 28.20
    KWALITY LIMITED 137.75
    NARAYANA HRUDAYALAYA LIMITED 334.05
    PENNAR INDUSTRIES LIMITED 43
    PITTI LAMINATIONS LIMITED 50
    PNB GILTS LIMITED 40
    SHREE RENUKA SUGARS LIMITED 15
    RASOYA PROTEINS 1.50
    SUZLON ENERGY LIMITED 20
    TVS ELECTRONICS LIMITED 200
    UNION BANK OF INDIA 187

    KM SUGAR 22
    NETVISTAIT 3.72
    VIJAY TX 50
    ASHOK LEYLAND 90
    IBVENTURES 50
    SYNCOMF 2.00
    MARKANS PHRAMA 50
    NAHA POLY 70
    VEER ENRGY 25
    ALOK INDUSRTIES 3.00
    BPL 70

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    1. michael (Post author)

      I think commodity stocks like sugar are avoidable because they are cyclical stocks. Some stocks appear to be low quality e.g. Cubical is a penny stock. GVK Power, HBL Power etc also appear to have doubtful pedigree. I suggest you create a filter that only stocks with a RoE in excess of 15% over the past two years, with a debt-free status or a low-debt status will be considered. This will eliminate loss making concerns and junk stocks. You can invest 80% in such high quality companies and keep the balance of 20% for investing in unproven stocks which may become multibaggers.

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    2. SANJIB

      YOU CAN CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING
      JUBILANT LIFE SCIENCES
      MANAPPURAM FINANCE
      KARNATAKA BANK
      UNIPLY
      SUDARSHAN CHEMICAL

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  59. krishna

    can i hold netvista information technology stock ..now trading at 3 rs

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    1. michael (Post author)

      Such stocks are not investment worthy and cannot create serious wealth in the long run. It is better to invest only in companies with a proven track record, high ROE and with management of good pedigree.

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  60. Uday

    Myself Uday I am a new Investor to stock market. I have just booked profit of 28k in idea share and I am really happy and want to invest more.i am looking for multibagger stocks Can you suggest some for me.

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    1. michael (Post author)

      Congrats for the heavy gains. Hope there will be many more to come your way 🙂 I suggest you build a complete portfolio with small and mid-cap stocks from various sectors. In the NBFC space, Manappuram Finance is a good choice. It has Dolly Khanna as a major shareholder. You can also look at Prima Plastics, TCI Express, Veto Switchgears, L&T Finance Holdings. These are well managed companies with an excellent track record for growth and profitability. Good Luck!

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  61. Abhijit

    Can s h kelkar be multibagger

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    1. michael (Post author)

      SH Kelkar is an excellent small-cap engaged in the manufacture of fragrances which are used in a variety of products. The Company has a long track record of growth and profitability. The Company is one of the largest domestic fragrance and flavour companies by revenue with a market share of 12% in CY13. The estimated size of Indian fragrance industry and Indian flavour industry was ~Rs 2090 crore and ~Rs 1715 crore, respectively, in CY14. It is the largest domestic fragrance producer with a market share of 20.5% in CY13. It exports its fragrance products to 52 countries. Fragrance It has four manufacturing facilities in Raigad and Mumbai in Maharashtra, Vapi in Gujarat and Barneveld in the Netherlands with a total installed manufacturing capacity of ~19800 tonnes annually. So, it is a very good investment candidate stock.

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  62. Minakshi

    I have the following shares and would like to hold for 1 years. would like to know if they can give multibagger returns. Do I need to change any ?

    1) Meghmani Organics
    2) NBCC
    3) Linc Pen and Plastics
    4) Redington (India)
    5) Prakash Industries
    6) SJVN
    7) Fedders Lloyd

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    1. michael (Post author)

      All the stocks are of very high quality. They will do well over time. However, one year is a very short period for the stocks to show their mettle. You have to hold for at least three or five years for the gains to compound.

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  63. mohan

    Myself mohan I am a new Investor to stock market. Can you suggest some good stock for 1year horizon.

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    1. michael (Post author)

      Congrats for deciding to invest in equities. If you are young in age, it is better to think long term of three to five years rather than just for one year. There are several top-quality small and mid-cap stocks that you can look at. Look at stocks like Astec Lifesciences, Apcotex, Cosmo films, Cera Sanitaryware, Kajaria Ceramics, Manappuram, L&T Finance, Adani Transmission, Minda Industries, Apar, Fiem Industries, Prima plastic, SP Apparels, Shaily Eng, Srikalahasti Pipes, TCI Express, Veto Switchgear etc.

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  64. Pankaj SHAH

    What are you views on:
    1. Uniphos Enterprises
    2. Balkrishna Paper Mills
    3. Excel Care crop

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      All three are very good stocks. Excellent management capabilities and good product line up. I would have no hesitation in buying these stocks. They are bound to do well over the next three to five years.

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  65. Praveen

    I have the following shares and would like to hold for at least 5 years.Would like to know if they can give multibagger returns. Do I need to change any ?

    1.Bharat electronics(Bel) at 1214
    2.Pnbhousing at 835
    3.Atul auto at 617
    4.Bhageria industries at 158
    5.Bpl at 76
    6.Equitas at 120
    7.L and T at 992
    8.Mayur uniquoters at 435
    9.Motherson sumi at 339
    10.Persistent Systems at 670
    11.Shakti pump at 222
    12.Sun pharma 743
    13.Trf at 393
    14.Ujivan at 210
    15.V guard at 163
    16.Gabriel India
    17.Plastiblend at 490
    18.Apar industries at 638
    19.Sterlite technologies at 111
    20.Eros media at 176
    21.Icici prudential at 354.5

    Im thinking of buying LICHFL and Bhel by selling some of these stocks. Please suggest.

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    1. michael (Post author)

      Do you really want to keep the large-cap stocks like L&T, Sun Pharma etc in the portfolio? These can be replaced with mid-cap stocks which are of equal credibility in terms of management quality but with better growth prospects. The existing mid-cap and small-cap stocks in the portfolio are of good quality. You can consider allocating the funds from the large-caps to these stocks.

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  66. Jagat

    Very good article.thnks

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  67. Jose Abraham

    I have the following shares and would like to hold for 4-5 years. would like to know if they can give multibagger returns. Do I need to change any ?

    1. ADF Foods at Rs 129/-.
    2. Astec Lifesciences at Rs 230/-
    3.ABFRL at 152/-
    4. Apcotex at 320/-
    5. Cosmo films at 396/-
    6.Manappuram at 78.5/-.
    7. Minda Industries at Rs 310/-
    8. Omkar Special at 163/-
    9.Prima plastic at Rs 234/-
    10. Repro India at Rs 427/-
    11. Ruchira at Rs 116/-
    13.SP Apparels at 331/-
    14.Shree Pushkar at 126/-
    15. Shaily Eng at 520/-
    16/-Srikalahasti Pipes at 317-
    18.TCI Express at 320/-
    19. TCI at 160/-
    20.Vetoswitchgear at 157/-

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    1. michael (Post author)

      It is a superb portfolio of the best small and mid-cap stocks. I want to use it as a Model portfolio. The only change is that I would remove TCI because TCI Express is already there and it may be a duplication.

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  68. Padmanabha Hegde

    I have following shares and would like to hold for at least 2 years please offer your remarks. Whether these can become mtibaggers?

    1. Geecee Ventures at 133

    2.Kanpur plastipack at Rs. 100

    3.Sree Rayalaseema Hypo at 136

    4.PNB gilts at Rs. 46

    5.Rishiroop at 38

    6.Swasti vinayaka art and heritage at 3.20

    7.Nitin spinners at 70

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    1. Anas

      Sir which one is best housing finane sector next five years DHFL or GRUH finance?Balaji telifilm is it good stock to invest for long term?plz advice me

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  69. Jose Abraham

    Can Ester industries be a multibagger

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    1. michael (Post author)

      Ester Industries is a good stock for investment. Ashish Kacholia has invested in 1,503,121 shares in December 2016 quarter.

      Ester Industries plans to spend Rs 50 cr for new R&D centre in Gurgaon. It is engaged in the manufacturer of polyester films & engineering plastic compounds. Ester Industries markets its engineering plastics under the brand name Estoplast and production capacity of 16,500 MTPA.

      However, the Company has poor return ratios. It has made a loss. If the operations turn profitable it can be a multibagger.

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    2. jacob

      @Jose abraham
      ester is always a inconsistent stock
      like acc, voltas, indian hotel, tin plate, mah seamless, ntpc etc
      erratic and never respect technicals nor fundamental

      Meanwhile i apprecaite you for the tailor made portfolio which even Michel has acknowledged.
      I too from kerala Nri
      what is your email id plz

      regards
      Jacob mathew

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  70. Prakash

    Hi am new investor holding TCS SHARES @Rs2299 59 share its getting down hold or sell with loss

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  71. Prakash

    Hi am new investor holding TCS SHARES @Rs2299 59 share its getting down hold or sell with loss

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    1. michael (Post author)

      TCS is a blue chip mega cap with market capitalisation of 450,725 crore. Over two years the stock has lost 8.49%. Over one year, the stock is flat. It is unlikely that the stock will see much upside in the near future due to macro economic challenges. It is better to shift to a small-cap or mid-cap stock like Persistent, Tata Elxsi etc.

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      1. Rituparna

        Dear Michael, I posted a query nearly a month ago, but unfortunately you missed it. Can you please give names of a few stocks that you think (as per only your belief) I should invest from this month for next years. Will be obliged.

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        1. michael (Post author)

          I have answered the question above.

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          1. Govindarajan

            I have small sip of icici running. I want to start some more. I want to start some more SIPs for Rs.5000 to 7000 per month.

  72. Pawan patil

    Hi an new in share market and I want to invest for next 5 year.please suggest me witch stock should I purchase in this year for get more profit

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      It is best to buy blue chip small-cap and mid-cap shares with a good track record of profitability and growth. You can look at Prima Plastics, Balaji Amines, Kuyoko Camlin, Linc Pen, ADF Foods, Vidhi Dyestuffs etc.

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  73. Pawan patil

    Hi an new in share market and I want to invest for next 5 year.please suggest me witch stock should I purchase in this year for get more profit.

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  74. KALAI

    Please suggest three penny stocks time frame 3 years
    I hold 300 shares of Rattan power @ 45 IPO stock .How long should i hold that

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      Rattan Power is looking very weak. Not sure about its prospects. I suggest a shift to micro-cap stocks like Prima Plastics, Vidhi Dyestuffs, ADF Foods, Panama Petrochem. These are good stocks with good management.

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      1. KALAI

        Thank you sir
        Any penny stocks you suggest
        Thanks

        Reply
        1. michael (Post author)

          It is better to avoid penny stocks because of risks of corporate governance. It is better to invest in small-cap stocks. These have a proven track record. The capital is safe and there is also a possibility of good growth in such stocks.

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  75. RAKESH SUTAR

    Please give me TGT for following Stocks I will Hold such stocks for next 2 years
    FIEM INDUSTRIES
    MARICO
    HERITAGE FOOD
    GARWARE WALL ROPE
    JK PAPER
    BHARAT FINANCIAL INCLUSIONS
    WEST COST PAPER
    PHILLIPS CARBONS

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      FIEM is a very good portfolio stock. It is a good buy. Stock should give at least 60 – 80% gain over two years.

      Reply
  76. Naresh Panchal

    Hi Basant Maheshwari, I have Granules bought at Rs. 123/- in Oct 2015, currently it is down to 106. What should I do? Should I hold? if yes up to what price I should hold? if exit then what price?

    Reply
    1. michael (Post author)

      The stock is down because of regulatory problems with the FDA of Portugal. However these problems are temporary and the stock will spring back. Continue to hold.

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  77. Kiran

    Very good article

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  78. Mukesh

    These are good stocks for the stock market

    Reply
  79. TANUJ SINGH

    Mahesh P. Parikh ji….
    You can go for MOSCHIP,
    DUCON
    MANGALAM DRUGS
    TVS ELECTRONICS

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  80. Mahesh P.Parekh

    Please suggest two / three Multibagger shares I want to invest . I can hold for long time.

    Reply
  81. Pravin

    I have invest 500000 rupees which one is the best penny stocks

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  82. jaimin

    i want to invest 200000 lack ropees for 2017. which is best stocks for me?

    Reply
  83. Praveen

    Pls give your views on GTL infra

    Reply
  84. rn singh

    Please guide me for 5 stocks as multibagger for 2017

    Reply
    1. AXVV

      LIC Housing Finance Limited(Watch)
      Repco home finance
      Caplin point laboratories
      VST Tillers Tractors
      Bharat Electronics

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    2. Alok

      Buy #peeceecosma, #zeemedia, #walchadnagar, #rcf, #hcc & #sterlitetech

      Reply
  85. tejas

    l want too multibagger stock next five year

    Reply
    1. MAK

      Go for VRL Logistics.A Cash rich logistic company with high ROI in the coming years.

      Reply
      1. rajkumar.hirani

        i have invested in mahanagar gas 881 price when it will double

        Reply
        1. michael (Post author)

          Mahanager Gas is a very good stock meant for long-term investors. It has a steady revenue model which faces no risk of disruption or competition. The stock has given 72% return on a one year basis. Assuming it now compounds at about 25%, we can expect the stock to double in about 3 years, which is a very good return on investment.

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  86. Pramod

    Is Karnataka Bank a good stock to buy now? It has opened a rights issue.

    Reply

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