1. abhay6605

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    Aarti Drugs up 6.18%
    4.88% 580



    Aarti Ind up 24.44%
    Chemicals
    20.80%
    421-


    Ashok Leyland up 3.60%
    Automotive
    6.09%
    88.50

    Atul Auto up 13.01%

    Automotive
    4.18%
    400.00


    Aurobindo Pharm up 2.14%
    Pharmaceuticals 4.16% 771.00


    Axis Bank dawn -1.13%
    Banking/Finance
    1.56%
    496.00


    Balrampur Chini up 0.17%
    Food & Beverage
    2.47%
    62.25


    BPCL dawn -1.10%

    Oil & Gas
    3.36%
    858.00



    Dewan Housing (2) up 5.75%
    Banking/Finance
    4.24%
    216.50


    Elgi Equipment up 1.17%

    Engineering
    4.13%
    154.45



    HCL Info up 2.97%
    Technology
    1.65%
    60.70



    HSIL up 10.44%
    Cement/Construction
    3.87%
    265.00


    Indian Terrain up 7.44%

    Manufacturing
    585.00
    4.15%


    Inox Wind
    (2) up 6.48%
    Utilities
    4.26%
    343.86


    Pennar building dawn -5.93%

    Miscellaneous
    7.08%
    178.00



    Rashtriya Chemicals up 12.73%

    44.00
    3.93%


    Suven Life Sci
    5.95%

    Pharmaceuticals
    223.00 - up 26.21%



    Syngene Intl
    5.46%

    Miscellaneous
    250.00 up 37.76%




    Transport Corp

    Services
    3.92%
    286.20 up 3.58%


    YES BANK

    Banking/Finance
    658.00 - up 10.28%
     
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  2. dineshkapoor27

    dineshkapoor27 Active Member

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    Overall great portfolio! Couple of suggestions. Get out of sugar stocks. They are in as bad a condition as Steel. Instead of RCF, switch to coromandal Intl.
     
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  3. Srouta Mukherjee

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    Coromandal has same problem of fertilizer problem of govt + farmers interference. Why not put more in secular growth stock like Pharma (JB Chem, Ajanta, Shilpa).
     
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  4. abhay6605

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    i have bouth this stock next day of last fall ........i tried same day only but payment transfer takes time ....
     
  5. abhay6605

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    thanks for advice rcf have recent expantion ....as i am an dealer of rcf. rcf have more urea capacity then coromandel. govt will decontrol urea then.......this stock will zoom.... may be next year.i have bouth small quantity .i will increase my stake slowly. coromandel is leader in complex fertilizer or nps which is allready deregulated. valuation are low because of low monsoon.
     
  6. abhay6605

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    how is aarti industries ???
     
  7. abhay6605

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    pennar bulding in IPO
    syngen in IPO
    inox wind after IPO (i didn't get in IPO)
     
  8. abhay6605

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    Aarti Industries @ 421 weightage is 20.80% up 24.44%

    Management has said it is on track to achieve a 20-25%
    earnings CAGR over the next few years
    1.The stock trades at 14x FY17E consensus EPS, after 95%
    returns in CY15
    The 95% return in CY15 was mostly driven by a valuation re-rating
    (from 8x to 15.5x 1-year forward P/E). The stock currently trades at
    14x FY17E consensus EPS, broadly in line with other speciality
    chemical companies, adjusting for growth. Aarti's historical growth has
    been quite consistent—revenue has grown at a CAGR of 15% over
    the past ten years, EBITDA at 17% and EPS at 16%. Earnings have
    declined only twice in these ten years. The company's speciality
    chemical business has posted a 20%+ ROCE

    2.
    Aarti's speciality chemical business has a well-diversified revenue mix.
    It has presence across multiple end-user industries: polymers, agri
    and pigments constitute 25-30% of revenue each. The top product
    forms 8% of revenue and the top five form 20-25%, and the top client
    accounts for 10% of revenue and the next about 4%—clients include
    BASF, Clariant, Dow and Dupont. Also, exports form about 50% of its
    revenue, of which the US and Europe form about a third each.

    says Credit Suisse's on 28 September 2015 not rated
     
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    @abhay6605 if you are a dealer then you probably know better, but Coromandel has a few things going for it. Its one of the most efficient company producing fertilizers, and also they are sourcing their phosphoric acid from their factories in Tanzania (where the unrest was happening, but now I think things are coming back on track), so they will save big on raw materials cost. RCF, I've heard is a less efficient company. Another interesting story over here can be GNFC (Neem urea producer) although I am not convinced on their balance sheet as of now but I've heard govt. is making a huge push for neem urea usage and GNFC is already making it.
     
  11. dineshkapoor27

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    Arti and Inox wind are good stocks if you have the capability to hold for long term. Inox may correct a bit I feel, but things are looking up in the renewable energy sector.
     
  12. abhay6605

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    i will not sell before @ least two quarterly result"s
     
  13. stockjeet18

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    You can look at vinati organics too ...
     
  14. Sachin pathak

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    Yes the push for neem urea already exists.... to cut out the corruption in the urea subsidy - a neem coated urea can only be used as a fertilizer. I heard this in our Honourable PM's speech made at Silicon Valley recently. So if GNFC is an existing producer it has a clear advantage.

    Good of you to share this information. Will put GNFC on my watchlist
     
  15. Carl Icahn

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    I think there is an inherent risk in of government interference in sectors like Sugar, Fertilizers, Oil & Gas etc. These are so vital to the economy that one cannot be allowed to make runaway profits. This is also why most well known investors are not invested in these sectors.
     
  16. abhay6605

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    we only sell neem coated urea in shortage .it is imported .actually there is subsidy on urea govt had not reduced it .they reduced subsidy on say NPK102626 IN this product 10% is urea p 26% and k is 26@.this is a complex fertilizer .complex fertilizers are free .current urea prize is 284 if decontrolled it will be above RS 700/-.
    DIFFERENCE IS GIVEN BY GOVT TO RCF ......with delay so they have high interest cost .
     
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