Advice on my portfolio

Discussion in 'Ask A Query About Your Stock Picks And Portfolio' started by Yusef, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. Yusef

    Yusef New Member

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    Kindly advice on below my portfolio, I have shortlisted 20 stocks for long term investment (ready to hold more than 10+ years) . is it ok have 20 stocks in portfolio or should I reduce to 15. advice on my stock selection as well

    ACC
    PIDILITIND
    BATA INDIA
    TITAN
    NATCO PHARM
    JB CHEM @ PHARM
    CIPLA
    CASTROL
    BHEL
    COAL INDIA
    HDFC BANK
    SBI
    HUL
    ITC
    MOTHERSUMI
    ESCORTS
    ONGC
    INFOSYS
    WIPRO
    TITAN
     
  2. RAMA MURTHY SASTRY CHALLA

    RAMA MURTHY SASTRY CHALLA Well-Known Member

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    My selection is :

    1.JB CHEM
    2.LUPIN
    3.NATCO PHARM
    4.COAL INDIA
    5.HDFC BANK
    6.SBI
    7.ICICI BANK
    8.LIC HOUSING
    9.MOTHERSUMI
    10.ESCORTS
    11.ONGC
    12.NMDC
    13.MCX
    14.TECH MAHINDRA
    15.LT
    16.HUL
    17.ITC
    18.ASTRA MICRO
     
  3. w4wealth

    w4wealth Well-Known Member

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    All are moat businesses and i liked your stock picks for their fundamentals. No need to worry about no. of stocks since it is not that huge.
     
  4. shakti khanduri

    shakti khanduri Active Member

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    @Mr.Fun_Da_Mentalist @Mr .kharb @Mr S. Mukherjee --Entry price ? Very important.But in this forum entry price,considering the fair value, is hardly recommended .Do I take it that a fundamentally sound company is a good investment at any price? I beg to differ.
     
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  5. shakti khanduri

    shakti khanduri Active Member

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    @ Mr Carl Icahn -Sir, mere liking is not enough. Your detailed opinion and experience in this regard is awaited .A hopeful request
     
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  6. w4wealth

    w4wealth Well-Known Member

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    entry price is as crusual as what you are buying. but no entry price is mentioned here.
     
  7. kharb

    kharb Well-Known Member

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    I think entry point is important in any case but its importance increases with weak fundamentals.Generally if you want to enter a blue chip fundamentaly strong company still growing and you want a good entry point,you may have to wait some thing like 2008 crash.If some body has patience ,nothing better than that.If you wait for right time like 2008 crash,you would never lose money Generally very rarely this patience is found.So for those who don't have such pateince, it is better to select company first and take token entry and go for investment in parts ,in blue chips you can scatter your buying in even 10 parts ,each parts can be bought quarterly.After you have made portfolio of blue chips ,you need to keep 10% cash .You need to deploy that cash when market is down ,and raise cash again when market recovers.So you can gain from big market volitialty in your portfolio.More over you can make some formula of market PE like if market NIFTY PE is 16 or lower go for 100 deployment of fund in your portfolio.If it is 18 PE keep 10 % Cash,If market PE 20 keep 15% cash,if market PE 22 keep 20% Cash ,if Market PE 24 keep 25 % cash . If market PE 26 keep 30 % cash .So you can have some trading and investment gain both.You need not to change compnies,you just keep on playing with same stocks untill some thing has changed fundamentaly in that stock.
     
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  8. shakti khanduri

    shakti khanduri Active Member

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    @ Mr Kharb -I AM IMPRESSED .VERY WISE ADVICE from a seasoned successful investor. WORTH BOOK MARKING.THANKS!
     
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