Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Model Portfolio 2012 has returned steady gains of 18.67% over the period of 8 months, translating to about 28% on an annualized basis
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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala‘s stock portfolio & holdings have the largest number of multibaggers that an investment portfolio can have. We make the astonishing discovery that if an investor had simply bought the shares that Rakesh Jhunjhunwala had bought, even after the public announcement of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala‘s purchase was made, the investor would have made a fortune
We are always on the lookout for good companies with a strong growth track record and potential and whose shares are available at attractive valuations. The best case scenario is to find mid-caps which are trading at low valuations or in single-digit price to earnings (PE) multiples on the basis of their trailing one-year earnings. Low valuations mean that the downside is protected while leaving huge scope for appreciation in the stock prices. The factors to look out in finding such good companies are the dividend track record, cash flow from operations, return ratios, management track record and the future prospects.
It’s crucially important to understand that from time to time, your investments won’t turn out the way you wanted. To protect your portfolio, don’t set yourself up for complete failure in the first place. Giving yourself a large margin of safety, avoiding people of questionable character, and only taking on risk when you can be sure you’ll be satisfactorily rewarded are all steps in the right direction.