Dolly Khanna Latest Portfolio 2017

Dolly Khanna latest portfolio 2017

Dolly Khanna Latest Portfolio 2017

The latest portfolio of Dolly Khanna and Rajiv Khanna as of January 2017 is as follows. We will update the portfolio on a regular basis for the benefit of her many fans who want full details of her latest multibagger buys and sales.

Company Name

Nos of Shares

%

Value (in Rs. Crores)

ADF Foods Limited

217981

1.02

3.8

Dai-Ichi Karkaria Limited

90347

1.21

4.96

Emkay Global Financial Services Limited

377147

1.54

2.69

Heritage Foods Limited

240276

1.04

21.81

IFB Agro Industries Limited

132712

1.46

6.07

Liberty Shoes Limited

170714

1

2.82

Nandan Denim Limited

656121

1.37

9.07

Nilkamal Limited

272919

1.83

44.62

Nitin Spinners Limited

604376

1.32

4.48

NOCIL Limited

3386140

2.11

25.75

PPAP Automotive Limited

153362

1.1

3.01

R. S. Software (India) Limited

296712

1.15

2.08

RSWM Limited

412790

1.78

19.07

Ruchira Papers Limited

257001

1.15

3.09

Srikalahasthi Pipes Limited

620792

1.56

19.61

Sterling Tools Limited

110323

1.61

10.84

Thirumalai Chemicals Limited

184750

1.8

16.09




Dolly Khanna’s Latest stock purchases

Dolly Khanna has recently bought stock in Loyal Textiles, Mannapuram Finance and Panama Petrochem. Are these stocks going to become multibaggers?

Why Dolly Khanna bought Panama Petrochem

Panama Petrochem Ltd is one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of petroleum specialty products and has consistently provided quality services since 1975. Panama Petrochem Ltd has four manufacturing units in India namely in Ankleshwar (Gujarat), Daman (Union Territory), Dahej (Gujarat, SEZ) and Taloja (Dist. Raigadh) having infrastructure, with state-of-the-art technology and storing capacities. Panama Petrochem is also listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE).

INFRASTRUCTURE AND R&D

Panama Petrochem Ltd, has four manufacturing units in India with a state of art technology and facilities located at Ankleshwar(Gujarat), Daman(Union Territory), Daman(Gujarat) and Taloja (Dist. Raigadh).

The plant at Dahej is a fully computerised plant built on DCS/PLC systems to meet international quality and manufacturing standards. Ankleshwar plant has a fully equipped and DSIR approved R&D centre.

Panama Petrochem Ltd, also has unfolded its range of manufacturing facilities through establishment of Panol Industries RMC, FZE a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company situated at Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. The company caters to the GCC and MENA regions and enjoys logistic advantage as it is situated on the port and has direct dedicated pipeline arrangements.

GLOBAL PRESENCE

By exploring international markets, Panama Petrochem Ltd. continuously aims to bring about a rise in the exports. Petroleum Jelly, Liquid Paraffin, Transformer Oil, Rubber Process Oil and variety of other products are exported to different countries like USA, UK, Europe, Middle East, Australia, African Sub-continent and South East Asia etc.

Why Dolly Khanna bought Loyal Textiles?

Loyal Textiles, one of the largest manufacturers of yarn, fabrics, garments, home textiles and organic products in India. ISO 9002:2008 certified, with an annual turnover to the tune of Rs.1,500 Cr (US$ 225 Million), with exports to almost every continent, and many firsts in the textile domain to its credit, Loyal Textiles is today widely recognized as a leader in its league. From modest beginnings in 1956 as a spinning and weaving mill, Loyal Textiles has evolved with the times to occupy a leadership position today. Even as the group continues to grow from strength to strength, Loyal textiles continues to be guided by an unwavering commitment to be of value to everyone: stakeholders, customers, employees and society at large.

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Why Dolly Khanna bought Manappuram Finance

Manappuram Finance Ltd (BSE: 531213) or MAFIL is a non-banking financial company (NBFCs) situated in Valapad, Thrissur, Kerala state. Manappuram has over 3200+ branches across 25 states, a staff strength of over 15,000+ people.

The company was founded in 1949 by late V.C.Padmanabhan in Thrissur District. The company commenced its operations at Valapad, mainly with money lending activity on a very modest scale. The group’s flagship company, MAGFIL, was established in 1992 in the wake of economic reforms launched by the Government of India. Manappuram’s origins go back to 1949 when it was founded in Valapad (a coastal village in the Thrissur District of Kerala) by the late V.C. Padmanabhan, father of Nandakumar. Its activity was mainly pawn broking and money lending carried out on a modest scale.

Soon after it commenced its operations, Manappuram Finance Limited gathered several “firsts” to its credit. The company was the First NBFC in Kerala to receive a Certificate of Registration issued by the RBI. It was the first Kerala based NBFC to get a Credit Rating in 1995 of “MA” (current rating MA+) from ICRA, recognising the company’s ability to make timely repayments of the principal and interest under its then existing public deposits programme. Manappuram Finance was one of the very first NBFCs from Kerala to go for a Public Issue of its shares in 1995. In fact, the company has been consistently making profits and consistently paying dividends from the very first full year of operations.

The company was also the first NBFC from Kerala to issue bonus shares in the ratio of 1:1 in 2007 and then, repeat the feat twice, in 2010 and in 2011 (making it three such instances in five years). Moreover, in 2007, Manappuram Finance Ltd became the first Kerala based NBFC to receive foreign Investment from FIIs, and also get the highest short term credit rating of A1+ from ICRA. In 2010, it became the very first Kerala-based company to offer ESOPs (Employee Stock Option Plan) to its middle and senior management functionaries. In April 2011, it became only the second listed company from Kerala to have its shares traded in the “A-Group” at the Bombay stock exchange.



Comments (2)

  1. Pingback: Tips Of Porinju Veliyath For Buying Multibagger Smallcap & Midcap stocks - multibagger stocks

  2. SHYJO JOSE

    Pls mention the rate at which she entered into Manappuram

    Reply

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