Monday, August 22, 2016


Dear friends,

Today we are looking into Commodity Chemicals segment stock for portfolio investors.


                        IVP LTD.

Imagine a company that started out with one pioneering venture... and soon pioneered a host of others. A company that started with food products then diversified into a vast array of fields. A company that has grown over the past 60 years to become a name to be reckoned with in the industry.That company is IVP Limited, an integral and vital part of Allana Group, a company that today is involved in diverse fields like vanaspati and vegetables oils, foundry chemicals, advanced ceramics and spark plugs. Plus various agencies offering products of world renowned manufacturers.

After a breakthrough on the export front in   1983, there has been no looking back for IVP. Today IVP exports a diverse products: castor oil and its derivatives. Soybean and Sunflower Extractions. Coffee. Processed foods including Marine products. Onions. Engineering goods. Foundry chemicals and industrial Ceramic Products. IVP's overseas market includes USA, UK, West Germany,Italy, France and other countries such as Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Malaysia, UAE, and Saudi Arabia.And the spectrum of products and places continue to grow.


   Promoter holding 70.86% , company posted 40 cr top line and 2.82 cr bottom line in latest quarter ended June  2016-17.  Investor for long term view can buy this stock @ current price and hold their portfolio this stock may give decent return in medium to long term. stock trading both NSE and BSE @ 125 level.


Before buying any stock take advice from certified person.


Disclosure :- I am holding this company shares.

Saturday, August 20, 2016


Dear friends,

 This article may help investors for build their own portfolio, Author By Chris Gallant , and published INVESTOPEDIA.


4 Steps To Building A Profitable Portfolio


 In today's financial marketplace, a well-maintained portfolio is vital to any investor's success. As an individual investor, you need to know how to determine an asset allocation that best conforms to your personal investment goals and strategies. In other words, your portfolio should meet your future needs for capital and give you peace of mind. Investors can construct portfolios aligned to their goals and investment strategies by following a systematic approach. Here we go over some essential steps for taking such an approach.


Step 1: Determining the Appropriate Asset Allocation for You 

Ascertaining your individual financial situation and investment goals is the first task in constructing a portfolio. Important items to consider are age, how much time you have to grow your investments, as well as amount of capital to invest and future capital needs. A single college graduate just beginning his or her career and a 55-year-old married person expecting to help pay for a child's college education and plans to retire soon will have very different investment strategies.


A second factor to take into account is your personality and risk tolerance. Are you the kind of person who is willing to risk some money for the possibility of greater returns? Everyone would like to reap high returns year after year, but if you are unable to sleep at night when your investments take a short-term drop, chances are the high returns from those kinds of assets are not worth the stress.


As you can see, clarifying your current situation and your future needs for capital, as well as your risk tolerance, will determine how your investments should be allocated among different asset classes. The possibility of greater returns comes at the expense of greater risk of losses (a principle known as the risk/return tradeoff) - you don't want to eliminate risk so much as optimize it for your unique condition and style. For example, the young person who won't have to depend on his or her investments for income can afford to take greater risks in the quest for high returns. On the other hand, the person nearing retirement needs to focus on protecting his or her assets and drawing income from these assets in a tax-efficient manner.



Step 2: Achieving the Portfolio Designed in Step 1

Once you've determined the right asset allocation, you simply need to divide your capital between the appropriate asset classes. On a basic level, this is not difficult: equities are equities, and bonds are bonds.

But you can further break down the different asset classes into subclasses, which also have different risks and potential returns. For example, an investor might divide the equity portion between different sectors and market caps, and between domestic and foreign stock. The bond portion might be allocated between those that are short term and long term, government versus corporate debt and so forth.

There are several ways you can go about choosing the assets and securities to fulfill your asset allocation strategy (remember to analyze the quality and potential of each investment you buy - not all bonds and stocks are the same):


  • Stock Picking - Choose stocks that satisfy the level of risk you want to carry in the equity portion of your portfolio - sector, market cap and stock type are factors to consider. Analyze the companies using stock screeners to shortlist potential picks, than carry out more in-depth analysis on each potential purchase to determine its opportunities and risks going forward. This is the most work-intensive means of adding securities to your portfolio, and requires you to regularly monitor price changes in your holdings and stay current on company and industry news.



  • Mutual Funds - Mutual funds are available for a wide range of asset classes and allow you to hold stocks and bonds that are professionally researched and picked by fund managers. Of course, fund managers charge a fee for their services, which will detract from your returns. Index funds present another choice; they tend to have lower fees because they mirror an established index and are thus passively managed.


  • Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) - If you prefer not to invest with mutual funds, ETFs can be a viable alternative. You can basically think of ETFs as mutual funds that trade like stocks. ETFs are similar to mutual funds in that they represent a large basket of stocks - usually grouped by sector, capitalization, country and the like - except that they are not actively managed, but instead track a chosen index or other basket of stocks. Because they are passively managed, ETFs offer cost savings over mutual funds while providing diversification. ETFs also cover a wide range of asset classes and can be a useful tool for rounding out your portfolio.


      Step 3: Reassessing Portfolio Weightings 

Once you have an established portfolio, you need to analyze and rebalance it periodically because market movements may cause your initial weightings to change. To assess your portfolio's actual asset allocation, quantitatively categorize the investments and determine their values' proportion to the whole.

The other factors that are likely to change over time are your current financial situation, future needs and risk tolerance. If these things change, you may need to adjust your portfolio accordingly. If your risk tolerance has dropped, you may need to reduce the amount of equities held. Or perhaps you're now ready to take on greater risk and your asset allocation requires that a small proportion of your assets be held in riskier small-cap stocks.


Essentially, to rebalance, you need to determine which of your positions are overweighted and underweighted. For example, say you are holding 30% of your current assets in small-cap equities, while your asset allocation suggests you should only have 15% of your assets in that class. Rebalancing involves determining how much of this position you need to reduce and allocate to other classes.


Step 4: Rebalancing Strategically

Once you have determined which securities you need to reduce and by how much, decide which underweighted securities you will buy with the proceeds from selling the overweighted securities. To choose your securities, use the approaches discussed in Step 2.


When selling assets to rebalance your portfolio, take a moment to consider the tax implications of readjusting your portfolio. Perhaps your investment in growth stocks has appreciated strongly over the past year, but if you were to sell all of your equity positions to rebalance your portfolio, you may incur significant capital gains taxes. In this case, it might be more beneficial to simply not contribute any new funds to that asset class in the future while continuing to contribute to other asset classes. This will reduce your growth stocks' weighting in your portfolio over time without incurring capital gains taxes.


At the same time, always consider the outlook of your securities. If you suspect that those same overweighted growth stocks are ominously ready to fall, you may want to sell in spite of the tax implications. Analyst opinions and research reports can be useful tools to help gauge the outlook for your holdings. And tax-loss selling is a strategy you can apply to reduce tax implications.


Remember the Importance of Diversification.

Throughout the entire portfolio construction process, it is vital that you remember to maintain your diversification above all else. It is not enough simply to own securities from each asset class; you must also diversify within each class. Ensure that your holdings within a given asset class are spread across an array of subclasses and industry sectors.


As we mentioned, investors can achieve excellent diversification by using mutual funds and ETFs. These investment vehicles allow individual investors to obtain the economies of scale that large fund managers enjoy, which the average person would not be able to produce with a small amount of money.


The Bottom Line

Overall, a well-diversified portfolio is your best bet for consistent long-term growth of your investments. It protects your assets from the risks of large declines and structural changes in the economy over time. Monitor the diversification of your portfolio, making adjustments when necessary, and you will greatly increase your chances of long-term financial success.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016


Dear friends,

  I have recommended "WEIZMAN LTD " @ 25 on AUG 10 2016 today stock hit 36.10 !!!, so 45 % return in just 3 trading days !!!!


Thursday, August 11, 2016


Dear friends,

I have recommended "STAR PAPER MILLS LTD " @ 37 level on May 2016 , stock today hit 76 !!! so 100% return in just 2 months 


Wednesday, August 10, 2016


Dear friends,

             " WEIZMANN LTD "

   Weizmann Limited, a flagship company of the Group was initially engaged in Textile Processing and Exports, A to Z of Non Banking Finance Activities and in early 1990's commenced Money Changing Business as FFMC registered with RBI and later extended the activities as representative of Western Union Money Transfer. The company promoted Housing Finance Company and ventured into Renewable Energy sector by Developing Wind Farm and also undertaking manufacture of Wind Electric Generators through Joint Venture Collaboration.

Currently the company is concentrating on its core business of Textile Processing and Exports predominantly to African countries. The processing unit of the company is situated at Naroda, Ahmedabad.

The company in 2008 invested in 55% equity in a Textile Processing Unit viz. Knitwear Industries Limited, Malawi so as to be closer to the African market for its textile business.


   Promoter holding 69 % stake in company , 57 cr top line and 4 cr bottom line with 32 book value company is trading 45 cr market cap. Company posted stellar q1 2016 results , SALES JUMPS TO  83% AND EBITA JUMPS TO 280% , net profit around 0.90 cr because of 1.08 cr tax provisions. Good management  and regular dividends payment company is trading attractive price , so long term investor can buy this stock @ current price,this stock may give good return in portfolio. Stock trading both NSE and BSE @ 25 level.


Before buying any stock take advice from certified person.

Disclosure :- I am holding this company shares.

is basically a textile company and its process house is located in Ahmedabad. Besides textile, this company has got interest in foreign exchange business and power business. It has got huge value in its subsidiaries as it has got five wholly owned subsidiaries, which are executing small hydro projects in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka.

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is basically a textile company and its process house is located in Ahmedabad. Besides textile, this company has got interest in foreign exchange business and power business. It has got huge value in its subsidiaries as it has got five wholly owned subsidiaries, which are executing small hydro projects in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka.

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is basically a textile company and its process house is located in Ahmedabad. Besides textile, this company has got interest in foreign exchange business and power business. It has got huge value in its subsidiaries as it has got five wholly owned subsidiaries, which are executing small hydro projects in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka.

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Tuesday, August 9, 2016


Dear friends,

I have recommended "VIDLI RESTAURANTS " @ 19.level  on March 2016 , stock today hit 52.20 !!!! ,so investor earn 2.5 times return in just 4 months !!!!!!




Friday, August 5, 2016


Dear friends,

   I have recommended " ARMAN FINANCIAL LTD " @ 295 level, after  stock hit 325 and now trading 260 level , ( bellow 20% from high and 10 % from recommended price ). Here i am posting one comparison charts for listed micro finance stocks year to date price and earnings :-


 COMPANY NAME    AUG 2015     AUG 2016      GAIN            TOP LINE    BOTTOM LINE
                                                                                                 (2015-MARCH -2016 MARCH )


BHARAT FIN               588.00             790.00        35%                  61%                 61%

CAPITAL FIRST          441.00             683.00        54%                 29%                  44%

CAPITAL TRUST         269.00            496.00         85%                 52%                 127%

SATIN                           100.00              592.00       492%                 71%                82%

ARMAN FIN                239.00             260.00       8%                     39%                  31%

Above charts ARMAN FIN is the least performer in last one year , company's growth not behind other company. Now stock is listed in NSE is given more liquidity in this stock, and mutual funds brought is good news for this stock. This stock is now trading  20% bellow of it's recent  high , always this stock taking supports @ 20% bellow of recent highs, so investors take this opportunity for enter into this gem.I strongly believe this stock is huge undervalue @ current price of 260. Book value of 68 stock is trading 3.72 times book value is not so high in bull market ( in bull market stocks are trading even 7 times book value ) Company's growth will pick up will catch prices in near term. 





Wednesday, August 3, 2016


Dear friends,

  I have recommended "STYLAM INDUSTRIES LTD " @84 level on Nov 2014, stock now hit life time high 564 !!!! stock investors earn 5.64 times return in just 20 months !!!!!


Tuesday, August 2, 2016


Dear friends,

   I have recommended " ENERGY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LTD " @43 level, stock now hit 117 !!!! So 160% return in just 5 months !!!!

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