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11 Jul 2015


ADR     - American Depository Receipt

ANPS   - Auction Market Preferred Stock

BI S       - Bank of international Settlements

CDSL    - Central Securities Depository Ltd.

DP       - Depository Participant.

EBITDA- Earning Before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation.

ESOP    - Employees stock earning plan.

FDI        - Foreign direct investment.

FIIS       - Foreign institutional investors.

GDP     -Gross domestic product

GDR     - Global depository receipt.

IPO       - Indian public offering.

MA       - Moving average.

MNC     - Multinational company.

MTM     - Market to market.

NSCCL    - National securities clearing corporation.

NAV       - Net asset value.

NSDL     - National Securities depository receipt ltd.

OTC       - Over the Counter.

OTCEL    - Over the counter exchange of India.

PMS       - Portfolio management services.

RONW   - Return on net worth.

S&P      - Standard and poor.

SEBI       -Securities exchange board of India.

BULL MARKET – A market in which stock prices are rising.

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10 Jul 2015


Hi,Friends please see the details below.

(1)    P/E – Price Earning Ratio. The P/E ratio indicates the number of times the earning per share are covered by the price of the share.It is calculated as given below.
P/E  = price of each share / earning per share (EPS)

(2)    EPS- is another universally used investment indicator which tells one what each share earns. It is calculated by dividing the profits after tax ( PAT) of the company by the total number of equity shares issued by the company. In order to arrive at an accurate estimate of EPS, the amount paid out as dividends to preference share  holder is deducted from the profits after tax. It is calculated as follows.
EPS  = Profit after tax (PAT) _ preference share dividends/ No. Of shares issued by the company.

(3) ROCE  ( Return on Capital Employed ) tells what returns a business is generating on the capital it uses.

(4)    DER (Debt Equity Ratio) which divides a Company’s total loans by shareholder funds, indicates how indebted a company is.

(5)    DEBT FREE COMPANY – is the Company’s debt equity ratio is 0.00,  then that Company is debt free.

(6)    BONUS SHARE – A Bonus Share is the distribution of shares in addition to cash dividend to existing share holders.  Bonus shares are issued to existing share holders without any payment of cash.  The aim of a bonus share is to capitalize the free reserves.  The Bonus issue is made out of free reserves built from generic profit or share premium collected in cash only.  The bonus issue can be made only when all party paid shares are fully paid up.  The issue of Bonus shares enables shareholders to sell shares and get capital gain while retaining their original shares. (to be Contd.).

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9 Jul 2015


Hi, Friends,      Speciality Restaurant Ltd. Is the name of a grand and passionate journey of flavors unraveling authentic cuisines and sharing them with the world.  It started as a tiny restaurant, created by a bunch of foodies for some more foodies, friends and even after 105 renowned restaurant and 8 award winning cuisines, to say it still remains a Restaurant Group by the foodies, to the foodies and for the foodies.

In May 2012, they have made public issue of shares and they are the first and only public limited listed company in the stand alone fine dining restaurant category  in the country.  In 2014 it has India’s largest fine dining chain of Chinese restaurant.  MAINLAND CHINA India’s most awarded cuisines, OH CALCUTTA and new a raring SINGREE GLOBAL GRILL etc are some of  their food brands.  They are going global pushing boundaries in Middle East Africa, UK and beyond.

They have started to execute their plan for judicious expansion of the Company’s outreach and by the end of the year, they may have 92 fine Dining and 14 Confectionery outlets.  They have the opinion that combination of strong and well positioned brands under an organization which is highly motivated and totally service  oriented, will enable them to take full advantage of the  economic upturn which is likely to happen in the near future.

Financials:-  Share Price – Rs.140/-, Market Capitalization – Rs.675.25 Cr. , Equity Capital – Rs.46.96 Cr., Face Value of shares – Rs.10/-, EPS – 2.01, PE – 69.55, Book Value Rs.66.73, Industry PE – 45.37, Gross Sales in crore for the period from 2011-2015 -   15.63, 17.25,  23.41,  18.90 and 9.45.

Management Efficiency:-  Return on Equity – 6.21%,  Return on Assets 7.74%,  Return on Capital employed – 6.12%,  Fixed Assets turnover – 0.89%, Gross Profit margin – 5.65%, Operating Profit Margin – 12.87%, Net Profit margin -  6.90%, Quick Ratio  1.78%, Current Ratio- 2.04%, Cash Ratio – 0.26%, Debt Equity Ratio – 0.00%, Cash flow to log term debt- 0.02%, .

Share Holding:- Promoters- 51.20%, Foreign Institutions- 17.89%, NBFC/Mutual Fund- 10.94%, Foreign OCB- 10.64%, General Public- 7.59%, Other Companies- 0.98%, Foreign NRIs- 0.68% and Others- 0.04%. 

This Company incorporated in the year 1999 is a Small Cap Company having a Market Cap of Rs.675.25 crores operating in hospitality section.  This Company’s key products/revenue segments include beverages and food which contributed to Rs.245.85 crore to sales value.(93.17% of total sales), Service(Hotel) which contributed Rs.17.15 crore to Sales value (6.50% of total sales), Other Operating revenue which contributed Rs.0.75 crore to Sales value (0.28% of total sales), Scrap which contributed Rs.0.09 crore to Sales value (0.03% of total sales) for the year ending 31-03-2014.

For the quarter ended 31.03.2015, The Company has reported a stand alone sales of Rs.72.11 crore down -8.85% from last quarter sales of Rs.79.11 crore and up 13.94% from last year same quarter sales of Rs.63.29 crore.  Company has reported Net Profit after tax of Rs.1.94 crore in last quarter.  Even though the company reported lower net profit during 2014 & 2015, their future shows bright.  The PE of the share is greater than Industry PE.  This share is darling to FIS.  Many Indian Mutual Funds hold the Company’s Share.  Its Debt Equity ratio is 0.00%.  Think it.

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8 Jul 2015


Goldman Sachs Banking Index Exchange Traded Scheme:-Hi Friends, This is also a type of Mutual fund-ETF Basis This scheme belongs to Goldman Sachs. The main object of the scheme aims to generate returns that are commensurate with the performance of CNX Bank Index subject to tracking error by investing at least 90% of its total assets in the Stocks of the underlying Index Fund Vs Banking Vs S&P BSE Bank Index. This is an open ended scheme, Scheme launch date 26-5-2004. Bench marks S &P Bank Nifty, Asset size 1823.64 Cr. Minimum investment Rs.10000/-

Main port folio of the Scheme- 1)HDFC Bank -386.70 Cr i.e. 26.96% 2)ICICI Bank- 344.71 Cr i.e. 34.03% 3) Axis Bank 187.51 Cr i.e. 13.07% 4)SBI- 163.29 Cr i.e. 11.38% 5) Kodak Mahindra Bank 133.91 Cr i.e. 9.33% 6)Indus ind Bank 71.09 Cr ie4.96% 7) Yes Bank 53.83 Cr i.e. 3.75 % 8) Bank of Baroda 28.62 Cr ie1.99% 9)Federal bank 22.97 Cr i.e. 1.60% 10) Punjab National Bank 21.44 Cr i.e. 1.49%

The trustee has declared dividend on 2006- Rs.8, 2007- Rs 7&5, 2009- Rs.5&10, 2012- Rs. 11 and 2013-Rs.18. Since May 2014 Ms.Payal Kaipunjal, MBA is the Fund Manager.

Trade strategy developed by the Writer:- This Exchange Traded Scheme is different from other mutual funds. Because it is listed and traded daily like equity shares in BSE and NSE. In short it is called Bank Bees Shares. Any way it is better to keep three note books, one for writing CNX NIFTY, second for Bank Nifty and third for Bank Bees rates, daily after closing the market. When you note Bank Bees details previous closing and trading day closing rate should be noted. If you keep these three records promptly you can easily analyse the movements of Bank Nifty Index etc. If the market goes up Nifty, Bank Nifty & Bank Bees will also go up.. If it is in bear market the result is reverse. I tell you with an example. On 07-05-2015, CNX NIFTY was 8057.90, Bank Nifty 17376.90 and Bank Bees were available @ 1738/-. I invested Rs. 1 lakh, purchasing Bank Bees shares @1738/-. I got 57.5 no’s Bank Bees shares. On 20-5-2015 CNX NIFTY climbed to 8423.25, Bank Nifty to 18555.15 and Bank Bees Rs.1855/-. Same day I sold my shares in an average rate Rs 1850/-.My selling price was Rs.106375/- less brokerage Rs 800, Net-Rs105575/-, My profit for 14 days is Rs.5575/-.Scheduled Bank will  give only Rs,700/-pm.

Again you see on 8-6-2015 CNX NIFTY was 8044.15, Bank Nifty 17432.60 and Bank Bees available @1745. Suppose you purchase it for one lakh you may get 57.3 no’s of Bank Bees. This share has gone up to 1905/- on 6-7-2015. If you sell it you may get Rs.109156/-, less brokerage 900/-= 108256 i.e. profit of Rs.8256/- for one month holding. For all these, you have to keep the details daily and study it. Probably every month you may get chance to buy Bank Bees @ 1735-1745. After buy hold it till the market revives. You may get chance to book profits within a short time. This trading is low risk when compared to Equity shares.

Try your luck. Good bye.                                      See you later.                                


7 Jul 2015


Hi, Friends,
, mid-cap and Small –cap stocks:- Stocks are categorized by market capitalization. The market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the current price of the Stock with the number of outstanding Shares in the market. The large cap stocks are Shares of high market capitalization, the small cap ones have a low market capitalization and the mid cap ones fall in between these two. Stock market indices are also built on the basis of market capitalization

Blue chip Shares:- The shares of companies which have a consistent track record and are doing exceedingly well compared with other companies are known as Blue Chip Shares. Sensex & Nifty consist of blue chip companies. The price movement of these companies have an impact on the indices. They are market leaders and have the potential to influence the market. Some examples are SBI, Reliance, HDFC, ONGC, Infosys, TCS, and WIPRO etc.

 Growth shares:-Stock that has a higher rate of growth in profitability than the Industry growth rate are referred to as growth shares. For example, the Nifty had given a negative return of over 9% in 2011. Hindustan Liver outperformed the Nifty index with 32% gain in 2011. Another FMCG firm ITC gained nearly 16%

Income Shares:- These stock belongs to companies that have stable operations and pay regular dividends. JB Chemicals given dividend of 2050% in March2012 and HCL Info gave 400% dividend in the same period. Page Industry, ONGC,Tata group companies ,R.Com,ITC WIPRO and Infosys also have strong dividend policies.

Defensive shares:- These type of shares are relatively unaffected by market movements. For example, a lot of Pharmaceutical stocks posted returns even in the period of slow down, The pharmaceutical industry, owing to the inherent nature of its demand is not affected by downturn in the economy.

Cyclical Shares:- The business cycle affects cyclical shares. The upward and downward movements of the business cycle affect the business prospects of certain companies and their stock prices. Such shares provide low to moderate current yield. The capital gain may be highly variable. For example, the automotive sector stocks are affected by business cycles.

Speculative Shares:- Shares that have a lot of speculative trading in them are referred to as speculative shares. During the bull and bear phase of the market, this type of shares attracts the attention of the traders. Stock which falls under one category in one period may switch over to another category in another period. The classification should not be considered rigid. For example, growth shares may be speculative shares.

This article will be continued later..My friends please remember, if you born poor, it is not your mistake, but if you die poor, it is your mistake. So work hard wisely and make wealth in straight way.

Good luck.                                                             See you later.

6 Jul 2015


D-Link (I ) Limited:- Hi, D-Link Corporation is a Taiwanese multinational networking equipment manufacturing hardware equipment/ Networking head quartered in Taipei, Taiwan. It was founded in March 1986 in Taipei as Datex System Inc .In 1994, changed name as D-Link Corporation. Its subsidiary D- Link (I) Ltd incorporated in the year 2008 is a Small Cap Company having market Cap of Rs. 782.17 Cr, Operating in service sector. Indian registered office at Verna, Goa.

 Financials:-Equity Share Capital-7.10 Cr.,Share price Rs.220/-, Market Cap 782.17,EPS-6.01.PE-36.66, Book value of Shares 34.40, dividend-30%, Industry PE 25.10, Face value of Shares Rs.2/-, Reserve excluding revaluation reserve-000. Total sales in Cr for the period from 2011-2015-128.73, 223.07, 353.70, 487.58 and 625.32. Net profit in Cr for the period from 2011-2015—3.42, 7.04, 12.33, 13.58, and 21.33.

Share holding-Foreign promoters—51%,Other companies 3.58%, General public 27.20,NBFC/mutual fund 9.52, Foreign NRI 8.53%, others 0.08%, Financial institutions 0.03, FIS 0.03% .D.Link Management efficiency:- Return of Equity- 13.62, Return on Asset 7.21, Return on Equity 13.62, return on Assets 7.21, Return on Capital employed 12.13, Fixed Assets turnover 5.09, Gross profit Margin 4.11, operating profit margin 4.96, Net profit Margin 2.27, Debt equity ratio-000,cash flow to long term Debt.-0.23.

D-Link (I) Ltd. Key products/revenue segments include hardware equipment/ net working which contributed Rs.485.68Cr to sales value (99.60% of total sale), Duty drawback which contributed Rs.1.30 Cr to sales value (0.26% of total sales), Sales of services which contributed 0.35 Cr to sales value (0.07% of total sales), commission which contributed Rs.0.23 Cr to sales value (0.04% of total sales), other operating revenue which contributed 0.03 Cr. To sales value (000% of total sales), for the year ending 31-3-2014. For the quarter ended 31-3-2015 the company has reported a standalone sales of Rs. 172.77 Cr up 7.71% from last quarter sales of Rs.160.41 Cr and up 30.32% from last year same quarter sales of Rs.132.57Cr. Company has reported net profit after tax of Rs.5.31 Cr in last quarter. Investors please study the fundamentals and take your own decision. You always remember that, you follow none, but learn from every one.

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5 Jul 2015


KRBL Ltd. :- Hi, Today I furnish the fundamentals of Basmati exporter KRBL Ltd. The company incorporated in the year 1993 is a Mid Cap Coy having a market Cap of Rs.4053.41 Cr operating in Agriculture, Horticulture/Lives Sector. As world’s largest Basmati exporter KRBL has its wings spread across all the Basmati eating regions like Asia, Middle East, Europe, USA, Canada and Africa

 Financials of the Company.:- Equity Share capital-23.45 Cr, Market capitalization-4041.64 Cr ,price of share- Rs.172/-,PE-14.39,EPS-11.93, Face value of Share- Re.1/-Book value Rs.55.26, dividend-120 %, Reserve excluding revaluation reserve 1235.46, Gross sales in Cr for the period from 2011-2015-1553.93, 1631.00, 2080.34, 2791.31, and 3113.01. Net profit in Cr for the period from 2011-2015—115.51, 71.15, 150.45, 265.31 and 260.86.

Share holding:- Promoters-58.81%,general public-16.16%, foreign OCB-9.73%,foreign industries 6.84%,FIS-6.03% and others 2.43%.Management efficiency:- Return on Equity capital-26.01, return on assets- 9.91, Return on capital employed-12.84, Fixed Assets turn over 1.41, Gross profit margin-12.28.Operating profit margin 14.45,Net profit margin-9.29, Debt. Equity ratio-0.02, Cash flow to long term debt.4.14.

Products/ revenue Segments include Rice which contributed Rs.2653.19 Cr to sales value (95.03%of total sales),generation of electricity which contributed Rs.39.94 Cr to sales value (1.43% of total sales),by product and scrap which contributed Rs.25.36 Cr to sales value(0.91% of total sales ), rice bran oil which contributed Rs.25.23 Cr to sales value (0.90% of total sales) rice bran which contributed Rs Rs.24.83 Cr to sales value(0.88% of total sales), Seeds which contributed Rs.16.48 Cr to sales value (0.59% of total sales),Furfural which contributed 5.28 Cr to sales value(0.18% of total sales, Glucose which contributed 1.36 Cr to sales value(0.04% of total sale) for the year ended 31-3-2014      

 For the quarter ended 31.-3-2015 the Company has reported a standalone sales of Rs. 843.17 Cr up 10.32% from last quarter sale of Rs.764.31 Cr and up 5.14% from last year same quarter sales of Rs.801.91 Cr. Company has reported net profit after tax Rs.45.20 Cr in last quarter.Investors should note the details and take decision,

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