Buy Sell Stock Tips & Recommendations Of Expert: Joindre Capital

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May 26, 2017 , The second stock we like is midcap speciality chemical and dye stuff company called Shree Pushkar Chemicals and Fertilisers Ltd. Shree Pushkar Chemicals is largely into dye stuffs and speciality chemicals. It is also into cattle feeds and single super phosphate fertilisers. Last year, the company posted a very strong set of numbers that is for FY17 it posted a top line of Rs 310 crore EBITDA of almost Rs 46 crore and a bottom line of Rs 30 crore. These were quite strong as compared to last year. Our sense is that FY18 also looks a lot better as the company has gone into expansion mode both for its dye stuff and speciality chemical business. For the dye stuff business, it has commissioned a new plant of 3000 tons capacity in the fourth quarter of FY17 and which will make a full impact in FY18 and FY19. It has also commissioned a new Hacid plant in the fourth quarter of FY17 which will actually add to its EBITDA margins. It is also making conscious efforts to increase the presence of cattle feeds and single super phosphate fertilisers by getting into branding initiatives with other players. The company should post earnings of almost Rs 1718 from around Rs 10 for FY17 and with a strong earnings growth of almost 4045% over the next 1218 months a significant amount of rerating can be expected. We have a target price of around 250.
May 26, 2017 , , Dewan Housing Finance Ltd (DHFL) is the number one wealth creation idea. Dewan Housing Finance is the fourth largest housing finance company in India. The company is a prominent player in the tier2, tier3 markets and has been growing at a very decent pace both in terms of income and profitability. In fact, in the last four years between FY12 and FY16, loan book growth has been quite impressive at almost 35% odd and our sense is that FY18 looks a lot better with the government pushing affordable housing. In fact, the company’s income composition has also been well diversified with almost 75% of its income coming from the home loan segment, another 1819% coming from the LAP segment while the rest coming in from the SME and the project loan segment. Our sense is that FY18 loan book growth should pan out at around 2023% as per the management and asset quality is likely to remain strong, gross NPA levels had already been around 0.84% last year with almost nil NPAs on the balance sheet level.