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Rakhi Gupta

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Reply for: should i buy this stock @ 22.5

Rakhi at 03:28 PM - Apr 06, 2008 ( )

Those who were looking to enter this script from a long time can enter now.. looking very good at charts and downslide looks limited.. so buy at current level of 20-21 and forget for one to two years.

Reply for: Top 10 and Bottom 10 for April 2008

Rakhi at 03:18 PM - Apr 06, 2008 ( )

Portfolio for April 2008

Top 10 long-portfolio stocks
Hindustan Unilever
Tata Consultancy Services
Oil & Natural Gas Corpn.
Ambuja Cements
Steel Authority Of India
H C L Technologies
Bharat Heavy Electricals
Colgate-Palmolive (India)
Tata Steel

Bottom 10 short-portfolio stocks
Educomp Solutions
Alok Industries
Reliance Energy
Tata Communications
Dr. Reddy’S Laboratories
United Spirits
Aditya Birla Nuvo
Amtek India
Sterling Biotech
Triveni Engineering & Inds.

Reply for: New Multibagger: Shiv-Vani Oil

Rakhi at 02:02 PM - Dec 11, 2007 ( )

BSE 522175;
CMP Rs 551
Target: 1000 in 12 months
Shiv-Vani Drilling is likely to become one of the prime beneficiaries of the near $ 3 bn Oil Exploration Budget of Ongc over the next 2-3 years. The hunt for Crude Oil is on in right earnest, as the GOI opens ever more larger blocks to foreign and domestic oil explorers both on-shore and off-shore. The Key Mantra these days is Oil Security and beyond Mukta, Panna, Tapti, Lakshmi, Aishwarya and Cairns Mangala on-shore prospects, only the Deen Dayal and Dhirubhai fields in AP offshore have discovered either oil or gas, since Crude was discovered in the Assam-Arakan belt before independence and in the Bombay High segments in then early 70s.
Shiv-Vani has 25 onshore rigs under operation with one more getting added in FY08. Additionally, it has 4 offshore vessels and is seeking to acquire jack-up rigs and PSVs, which would diversify its Revenues from just onshore oil exploration to the Offshore Oil, Pipeline Construction, Gas Compression and Allied Services segment especially development of Coal Bed Methane blocks and gasification and re-gasification of Natural Gas as more gas becomes available for transport, in about 8 months from now from the Krishna-Godavari fields. Shiv-Vani is the biggest private sector rig owner and operator in India for on-shore operations with 4 seismic data acquisition equipment, 4 crew boats, 7 compressors, 233 drilling rigs, 425 logistic supply vehicles, that include cranes, bunk houses, trailers, prime movers and forklifts.
Shiv-Vani is undergoing a CAPEX of Rs 600 crore, a part of which has been financed through private equity placed with Citigroup Internationational Growth Partnership Mauritius at Rs 375 per share. This CAPEX is being made to prepare Shiv-Vani for the NELP VII which will offer 80 to 85 blocks covering an area of 352,000 sq kms.
While Ongc has been accounting for nearly 60 per cent of Shiv-Vani's Revenues, it is the entry of Cairn, Reliance, Videocon and GSPC which is making the field bigger and wider. Earlier this year Ongc had made an attempt to acquire 25 onshore rigs from UPET of Romania, which ultimately did not work out. Now Ongc is trying to acquire 17 Rigs for exploration in the Assam-Arakan Oil belt. Shiv-Vani is likely to be the prime beneficiary of this effort as it possesses the largest number of onshore drilling rigs in the country. Any newsflow on this count will work as a price trigger for Shiv-Vani.
Even though FY09 will turn out to be a year of massive growth for Shiv-Vani, but at 16 times FY08 forecast earnings Shiv-Vani Oil appears to be amongst the cheapest plays in the sector when compared to marginal oil drilling players like Garware Offshore and Jindal Drilling which offer just OSVs and 2 Oil Drilling Rigs between themselves.

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Rakhi at 09:25 PM - Nov 26, 2007 ( )

Can you give any reason to buy this stock at these high levels.. how much do you expect it to rise??? i don't think you are making a good decision by holding this stock...
CMP : Rs 20
Target: Rs 100 in 15 months


Business Profile
Himalya International (HIL) was incorporated in the year 1992. The company is promoted by Manmohan Malik and Sanjeev Kakkar. It is engaged in mushrooms and vegetables. The plants of the company are located in Paonta Sahib (Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh).

The company works in close cooperation with CFTRI (Central Food Technological And Research Institute) located in Mysore, India.

HIL provides variety of products including mushroom products, potato products, dairy products and various products related to this. The company sells its products only in Indian market and in the US market.

It is also certified by the United States Department of Agriculture as a member of National Potato Promotion Board.

The company has a wholly owned subsidiary namely, Global Reliance, which takes care of all the shipment work of the company. It started importing food products from US department of agriculture and will market these products in India.


Himalya International registered a 91.27% growth in net profits to Rs 25.40 million for the quarter ended in September 2007 from a profit of Rs 13.28 million for the quarter ended in September 2006

Net Sales rose 31.88% to Rs 107.68 million for the quarter ended September 2007 from Rs 81.65 million for the quarter ended September 2006.

Recent Developments

Himalya International entered into an agreement with Reliance Retail, the largest retail player in the country, for selling its products in domestic market.

Himalya International entered into a contract with Dr. Beyer of State College, Pennsylvania, USA for biological consulting for its mushrooms operations and new plans to augment capacity. Under the contract, the company will be provided with latest technology that will boost mushroom yields from current levels by atleast 50%. Dr. Beyer will be paid fixed fee besides rewards based on increased yields. Dr. Beyer will also assist the company for its mega expansion plans of mushroom facilities.

Future Plans
The company decided to convert 100% EOU into DTA under EPCG scheme of the government of India. It has targeted a turnover of Rs 1,000 million by the year 2010.

In order to meet growing demands of foreign food products in India, the company forayed into importing.
CMP: 21
Target: Rs 150 in 15 months    
BSE Code: 531217


Business Profile :Western India ShipyardWestern India Shipyard (WISL) was incorporated in the Union Territory of Delhi May 1, 1992. WISL is a composite ship and rig repair facility in the private sector. The company has the most advanced multi-dimensional and multi-purpose yard offering modern, streamlined, sophisticated ship and rig repair facilities and services. WISL is strategically located at Goa along the west coast of India. The construction of the `Jock Up Barge` namely, PMC-1 of the value of about Rs 188.1 million by the company for PMC Projects (India), is proceeding smoothly and the vessel is expected to be delivered sometime in Jan-Feb. 2007. The operations of the company`s floating dry-dock of 20,000 TLC capacity was suspended during the period from Jan. 21, 2006 to Feb. 10, 2006 to carry out mandatory repairs for the purpose of maintaining its statutory classification certificates. This had a material impact on the company`s operation and performance for the year ended Mar. 31, 2006.

The company reported a loss of Rs 21.36 million for the quarter ended Sep. 2006 as against the loss of Rs 24.94 million during the corresponding quarter in the previous year. Sales for this period increased 11.76% to Rs 141.50 million from Rs 126.61 million. WISL, for the year ended Mar. 2006, had reported a 10.70% increase in sales to Rs 427.93 million as against Rs 386.56 million for year ended Mar. 2005. The company incurred a loss of Rs 233.68 million in FY06 as against a loss of Rs 244.22 million in FY05.
Recent Developments

The company wins a major contract from PMC Projects (India), a Adani Group Company, for the construction of `Multi Utility Craft` valuing about Rs 35 million, under the India Flag.

The company wins 3 minor and medium size orders for repairing of 3 vessels namely MV Swatirani, MT Maratha and Pyari Amma valuing Rs 70.00 million totally.

Future Plans
WISL plans for the improvement of systems and ship repair methodology. It also plans to improve interaction with research agencies involved with ship repair and rig repair technology.



News Item1:

Source: http://www.equitybulls.com/admin/news2006/news_det.asp?id=19146

Western India Shipyard announces Scheme of Compromise and Arrangement

Western India Shipyard Ltd has announced about the Scheme of Compromise and Arrangement between Western India Shipyard Ltd (the "Company") with its Secured Lenders and Shareholders u/s 391 - 394 of the Companies Act, 1956 with ABG Shipyard Ltd as a confirming Party, as under :

"Background and Rationale for the Scheme :

The Company is presently engaged in the business of repairing, servicing, assembling and fitting of merchant ships and other sea going vessels. The Company had obtained various financial assistances / facilities by way of secured and unsecured loans, debentures, overdrafts, guarantees, working capital, etc. from various lenders. The account of the Company is a non-performing asset in the books of some of its lenders in terms of the provisioning guidelines issued by Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

The Company continues to have poor physical and financial performance since inception in spite of various reliefs and concessions extended by its lenders. The Company has entered into a number of debt restructuring efforts with its lenders, including the most recent corporate debt restructuring package by way of the Restructuring Proposal dated January 28, 2005 proposed by the Corporate Debt Restructuring Cell, a voluntary mechanism for Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR), set up under the aegis of the RBI (the "Debt Restructuring Package"), but continues to remain a non-performing asset in the book of a majority of is its lenders. It has failed to meet its projections, making the various restructuring packages unviable. The Company also does not enjoy working capital limits required for turnover of approximately Rs 70 Crores as per the Debt Restructuring Package. Due to its poor financial performance, the Company has not been able to retire its debts lending to a huge debt burden. As of March 31, 2006, total debts of the Company were Rs 250.1 Crores, against fixed assets of Rs 122.8 Crores. Due to continuous poor performance and recurring huge losses, the net worth of WISL, has completely eroded. The accumulated losses as on March 31, 2006 are Rs 187.1 Crores. The Company faces a real threat of winding up if it continues its current state of affairs.

The Company has 424 permanent employees and around 250 employees on contract basis, whose interests shall be adversely affected if W1SL, is not revived. Taking into consideration the Company's financial position, any revival would require infusion of funds, settlement of debts and resolution of ongoing litigations.

ABG is a company incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 having its registered office at Near Magttalla Port, Dumas Road, Surat - 395 007. ABC is engaged in the business of shipbuilding and ship-repair. ABG has the largest private-sector shipyard in the country and specializes in the construction of medium sized support and defense vessels. The ABG Group is a leading market player in the Indian marine and shipping industry. The group has interest in all major marine and shipping activities, viz. ship-building and ship-repair, owning and chartering of ships and port operations. Pursuant to discussions between the Company, its major secured lenders and ABG. ABG has evinced interest in being involved in a proposal to rehabilitate the Company. Accordingly, the Company is proposing this composite scheme of arrangement with its secured lenders, with ABG as a confirming party, with a view to rehabilitate the Company into a viable and profitable company, wherein ABG's involvement includes a combination of cash infusion into WISL, and acquiring a hares in the Company pursuant to the provisions of this scheme of arrangement. As a step towards rehabilitating the Company, and to demonstrate its commitment thereto, ABG shall, immediately upon filing of the Scheme with the High Court, provide a loan of Rs 25,00,00,000/- to the Company towards urgent business requirements of the Company, and has also agreed to provide technical and marketing expertise through a Service Provider Agreement, to be entered into between ABG and the Company simultaneously or contemporaneously to the filing of this Scheme.

The Scheme provides certain options for the restructuring / one time settlement of the debt of the secured lenders of the Company with the involvement of ABG, along with other matters connected with the compromise and arrangement, including reorganization of share capital of the Company."

Reply for: Hidden Gem and Multibagger: Henkel India

Rakhi at 09:58 PM - Nov 15, 2007 ( )

Hidden Gem and Multibagger: Henkel India

Henkel India Limited
CMP : Rs. 21.50 as on 12th Nov. 2007
TARGET: Rs. 60 in 12 months


Henkel India Limited (HIL), was formerly known as The Calcutta Chemicals Ltd., subsequently Henkel SPIC India Ltd (HSIL) was merged with HIL to form the present HIL. (HSIL) was incorporated during 1987 to manufacture eco-friendly zeolite based phosphate free detergents under the name SPIC Fine Chemicals Ltd. and it was renamed as Henkel SPIC India Limited during 1996. HIL was promoted jointly by M/s Henkel KGaA, Germany and M/s Tamilnadu Petroproducts Ltd., (TPL). Henkel KGaA Germany.
The State of the Art plant at Karaikal commenced the commercial production of detergent Bar, Powder and Zeolite during March 1993. The plant has a capacity of 30,000 MT of detergents and 10,000 MT of Zeolite. HIL accessed capital market for Rs.26 crs with a Public Issue during Jan'92 . HIL again accessed the capital market for Rs. 26 Crs. during Jul'94 and for Rs. 166 Crs. during Dec'99 with Rights Issues.
HIL along with its Subsidiaries manufacture and market a range of world class Detergents, Cleansers, Cosmetics & Hair Care products. It is the first detergent plant in India to receive ISO 14000 certification. The product portfolio includes international brands like Henko, Pril & Fa besides strong domestic brands like Margo, Neem Tooth Paste, Mr.White, Aramusk, Tuhina, Chek, Superchek , Limeshot, Regal and Brisk range.
HIL has wide National Network with more than 2600 distributors and 3 lac plus direct retail coverage besides 1 million indirect coverage spreading across the country. The share capital market capitalization values around Rs.350 Crs.

Reasons for Recommendation

Company has strong base in South india and now putting emphasis onto North Indian markets. it has a strong product range in international markets, so when these products will be launched in indian markets, it will be a big gain in its topline. Some time back, Henkel launched its advertising compaign with Juhi Chawla in North and Khusboo in South India. Which is showing good results. Last quarter Sales increased from Rs 99 crores to Rs 124 crores. At Present profit margins are not good but we expect it to increase in the coming years as company is improving its supply chain management. Promoters hold major stake of 67%(as on sep,2007) in the company. In this 51% is held by foreign corporate bodies.
 So expecting a sound growth in sales and profit margins in next 12 months, we expect the EPS to be increased to Rs 3 from current Rs 0.55. Based on this expected EPS of Rs 3 , Henkel seems to be a Good Buy with a target of Rs60 in next 12 months.

New Thread: Consolidation likely to continue

Rakhi at 11:46 PM - Nov 08, 2007 ( )

The market is likely to consolidate in the coming week before making the next move in absence of near term triggers. Spells of high volatility are likely as the market tries to breakout in either direction after the phase of consolidation.

However, an important event scheduled on 16 November 2007 is the UPA- Left meet on nuclear deal. Under mounting pressure from the Left parties to clarify its stand on the Indo-US nuclear deal, the government on, 22 October 2007, said the operationalisation of the deal will take place in accordance with the UPA-Left joint committee’s recommendations.

The BSE 30-shares Sensex lost 917.30 points or 4.59% for the week ended Thursday, 8 November 2007 to 19,058.93. The S&P CNX Nifty declined 233.65 points or 3.93% to 5698.75.

At current 19,058.93, Sensex trades at a PE multiple of 18.15 to 19.05 based on projected FY 2009 EPS of Rs 1000-to-Rs 1050 for 30 Sensex companies.

The Q2 September 2007 results of India Inc. were decent to strong which means that strong fundamentals would support Indian equities at declines. At the macro level, the India’s economy is expected to post decent to strong growth for a long period of time, mainly due to favourable demographics.

Global commodity prices have also been surging along with equity markets. Crude oil prices are now eyeing $100 per barrel based on the recent momentum, which is as a matter of concern.

Much will also depend on how global markets pan out. Over the recent past, domestic markets have been taking cues from Asian markets

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Rakhi at 11:30 PM - Nov 08, 2007 ( )

it is in strong momentum zone.. you can hold it above 3600 level comfortably.. or exit now and enter near 3600 .....

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Rakhi at 06:23 PM - Oct 16, 2007 ( )

What is your purchase price?? means do you have any anlysis on this stock or asking for your interest??

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Rakhi at 12:02 AM - Oct 13, 2007 ( )

Hi Rashmi
May i Know your target price... and the reason behind that target price.. you wud have seen in chart this stock is going high and high.. as you said it's is in trend.. but there is something called trend reversal.. what about that???

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Rakhi at 11:46 PM - Oct 12, 2007 ( )

Why don't You try to exit at current level.. i hope current level of 360 shud be good one to exit the stock for short term..

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Rakhi at 11:42 PM - Oct 12, 2007 ( )

Hi all
I am getting lot many messages and queries after this recommedation.. people who missed this stcok rally are asking to enter at current level.. as it always happens, investors get attracted towards stock when they are moving up up and up and not when they are in consolidation phase.. This call was on fundamental basis so technically i can't say whether you should enter at current level or not.. but as the time frame of 18 months has been given so don't  get sad you may again get chance to enter this stock at comfortable level..
I hope things are clear.

Reply for: Hidden Gem and Multibagger: Ennore Coke Limited

Rakhi at 09:28 PM - Oct 07, 2007 ( )

Ennore Coke Limited
CMP : Rs. 20.40 as on 5th Oct. 2007
TARGET: Rs. 80 in 18 months
Website: www.ennorecoke.com

This company was incorporated as a public limited company on February 25, 1985 to carry out business of yarn, cloth, fibre and the business of leasing of moveable and immoveable properties. These activities were carried out till September 30, 2005.

Effective December 5, 2005 the controlling interest of the company was taken over by Shriram EPC Ltd., and Mrs. Vatsala Ranganathan. The new management has discontinued the above businesses of the company and has now entered the business of manufacturing met coke by purchasing the Coke Project from EPCPL situated at Haldia, West Bengal.

Ennore Coke Limited also plans to set up a power plant at the same location for generating 6 MW of power by utilizing the waste heat generated from the process of manufacturing met coke.

The company has also proposed to expand the manufacturing capacity of the Proposed Coke Project from 100,000 TPA to 300,000 TPA and increasing the capacity of generation of power from 6 MW to 18 MW at Haldia, West Bengal.

Some Other Data

Sector Analysis
Coke, a derivative of metallurgical coking coal, plays a very significant role in metallurgical processes. Coke is the main source of heat and is also the reducing agent required to facilitate the conversion of metallurgical ores into metal in the smelting process. Major Coke production has traditionally been captive, i.e. Coke is produced in the coke oven batteries of integrated steel plants. Hardly any surplus coke is available from these captive coke oven batteries for outside sale. During the last 10-12 years, numbers of pig iron plants and even integrated steel plants have been built in India without captive coke making facilities, which now rely on imported coke. As a result, India is now importing coke in sizeable quantity. Most Indian coke oven batteries are located in the eastern region of the country. As a result, the various coke consumers in the western region and southern region of the country essentially import coke.

Keeping in view the above scenario in mind, ECL is now to engaged in Manufacturing of Met Coke and for this purpose has entered into an agreement on May 15, 2006 for purchase of Nonrecovery Coke Oven Project of 1,00,000 TPA of met coke at Haldia, West Bengal which is at present under implementation and being set up by Ennore Power & Coke Pvt. Ltd. (EPCPL). The requirement of funds for purchase of aforesaid met coke project of EPCPL is met out of the proceeds of the rights issue.

Further ECL after purchasing the met coke project from EPCPL and after completing the said project, also proposes to expand such met coke manufacturing capacity by 2,00,000 TPA out of the proceeds of the warrants issue.

Power is a critical infrastructure for economic development and for improving the quality of life. The achievement of increasing installed power capacity from 1362 MW to over 100,000 MW since independence and electrification of more than 500,000 villages and towns are impressive in absolute terms. On account of inadequate generation capacity, the country is plagued by power shortages. The total energy shortage, during 2004-2005, was 43,258 million units, amounting to 7.3 % and the peak shortage was 11.7% per cent of peak demand. With increasing urbanization, industrial growth and per capita consumption, the gap between the actual demand and supply is likely to increase. In this scenario, the GOI expects that alternative/renewable sources of energy, such as wind energy, biomass energy and energy generated through waste heat recovery process are likely to play an increasingly important role in bridging the demand supply gap and conservation of fossil fuels.

In the manufacturing process of coke, volatile matter gets released from the raw coal in the form of gas and is burnt in the oven to produce heat for carbonization and after completing the process of carbonization the waste heat at very high temperature is released in the atmosphere. Such waste heat if utilized for generation of steam, same can be used in the steam turbine for generation of power at a very low cost and in an eco-friendly manner, as no raw material or any other fossil fuel is used in this process of generation of power.

With this view in mind, ECL proposes to set up a power plant of 6 MW capacity by using waste heat generated in the process of manufacturing of met coke in the premises of Met Coke project. The power project is financed out of the proceeds of the rights issue. Further, ECL has also purchased from EPCPL the Met coke project that is under implementation and at the time of expanding its capacity by 2,00,000 TPA, it would also expand the power plant capacity by 12 MW which will be financed out of the proceeds of the warrants issue.

Reply for: Fuel of the future - Biofuel

Rakhi at 10:15 PM - Aug 21, 2007 ( )

As fossil fuels become increasingly scarce and expensive, the search for alternative energy sources is getting intensified. Till quite recently the low cost of petroleum products made most agro-based fuels uneconomic, but not any longer. Since taxes in most countries account for more than half the price the consumer pays, many countries lower the taxes on bio fuels to make them viable.

The world automotive industry is seriously worried because they know that the ever-increasing prices of fossil fuels will adversely impact their future sales. Their business is to sell vehicles, so unlike oil companies, they are quite serious about bio fuels.

Brazil was one of the first to introduce a mix of 25% ethanol, derived from sugarcane, with petrol to make Gasahol that was popularized with slightly lower retail prices over 30 years ago. 100% ethanol is used in Formula 1 cars as it does not catch fire but a 10% mix can be used in any petrol powered car without any modification to the engines or fuel systems.

Ethanol has a higher octane value than petrol but will result in slightly lower power and fuel efficiency. But since the Ministry of Petroleum was not interested in bio fuels and it was not a priority with the Ministry of Agriculture, no one pushed bio fuels in India till very recently. Now a 5% mix is being belatedly used in India but oil companies are reported to be dragging their feet in implementing the new mandate.

For trucks, buses and diesel cars, pure Jatropha oil with a small quantity of additives can be used instead of diesel without any modifications to the engines or fuel systems.

Earlier this biodiesel had been successfully tested on test beds and for many thousand kms on the plains but road tests at high altitudes have demonstrated that emissions and performance as well as power output is excellent when put to an extreme test on steep inclines in the rarified air and low temperatures of high altitudes.

Jetropha oil compares well with diesel. The Cetane number is about 15% better than diesel at around 58 to 60 resulting in smoother and quieter performance. But the calorie output is a little lower and should result in about 3% less power output.

However, as biodiesel contains a little oxygen it faces less oxygen starvation at high altitudes. The flashpoint though is about 160 degrees C as compared to 50 for diesel,making it much safer. On the emission front, bio diesel contains no Sulphur so there is no SOX while NOX continunes to be very low.

Jetropha by itself is a useless plant that came to India (originally it came from Mexico along with PL 480 wheat) from America in the 60’s. Animals and birds shun the berries and the stalks that are mildly poisonous. It cannot be used for food, fibre or fuel and its only use is as a hedge crop.

Reply for: Sensex settles below 14,000

Rakhi at 10:12 PM - Aug 21, 2007 ( )

Domestic markets suffered sever setback today, 21aug 2007 on concerns arising from the fluid political situation in New Delhi, with the prospect of a general election looming large. Volatility intensified in second half of the day. The political concerns started dampening the sentiment, visible from yesterday itself, when Indian markets underperformed their Asian peers.

US markets closed firm overnight while most Asian markets settled firm today, 21 August 2007. Most of the European indices were also trading higher after an initial fall.

The BSE 30-share Sensex lost 438.44 points or 3.04% at 13,989.11. It had opened higher at 14,512.19 and advanced further to hit a high of 14,534.51. However it started declining from here on intense selling to touch a low of 13,941.93 as selling continued.

At the day’s low, the Sensex had lost 485.62 points for the day. It oscillated 592.58 points for the day.

The benchmark index BSE Sensex has lost 1879.74 points or 13.43% from its all time high of 15,868.85, struck on 24 July 2007.

The S&P CNX Nifty lost 134.15 points or 3.19% at 4074.90. The Nifty August 2007 futures settled at 4060.05, a discount of 14.85 points as compared to spot closing.

On Monday, 20 August 2007, Left parties asserted that a freeze on the forthcoming negotiations on India-specific safeguards at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was a prerequisite for accepting the government’s suggestion of setting up a panel to look into Left’s concerns over the Indo-US nuclear deal.

Left parties had warned the government on Saturday, 18 August 2007, of serious consequences if it pursues with a nuclear deal with the United States. The four Communist parties have 60 members of parliament (MPs) in the 545-member lower house of parliament. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government could fall or be reduced to a minority if the Left withdraws support

All the sectoral indices on BSE suffered losses. The BSE Metal index (down 3.45% to 9,847.15), BSE IT index (down 3.68% to 4,294.86), BSE Realty index (down 4.59% to 6,844.63), BSE Healthcare index (down 3.06% to 3,430.42), BSE PSU index (down 3.29% to 6,491.97), and the BSE TECk index (down 3.5% to 3,358.81) were underperformers when compared with the broad market index.

Though trading in the negative territory, the BSE Capital Goods index (down 2.57% to 11,989.97), BSE Oil & Gas index (down 2.79% to 7,408.02), BSE Consumer Durables (down 1.56% to 3,972.30), BSE FMCG Index (down 2.45% to 1,799.05), and BSE Auto index (down 2.69% to 4,475.14) had outperformed the broad market index.

The market breadth was weak on BSE with 2234 shares declining as compared to 509 that advanced, while 44 remained unchanged.

The BSE Mid-Cap index slipped 3.30% to 6,134.23. From a recent high of 6,665.67 on 8 August 2007, the BSE Mid-Cap index has declined 4.84% to 6,342.78 on 20 August 2007.

The BSE Small-Cap index lost 3.80% to 7,538.45. From a recent high of 8,051.22 on 8 August 2007, the BSE Small-cap index had declined 2.71% to 7,832.36 on 20 August 2007.

The total turnover on BSE amounted to Rs 4201 crore as compared to Rs 3,877.61 crore on Monday, 20 August 2007. The NSE F&O turnover was Rs 45485.53 crore as compared to Rs 40,075.04 crore on Monday, 20 August 2007.

All the 30-member Sensex pack were trading with losses

Banking stocks tumbled on concerns of sub-prime lending in US. State Bank of India plunged 5.50% to Rs 1465.30 on 8.05 lakh shares. it was the top loser from the Sensex pack.

HDFC Bank (down 1.80% to Rs 1105) and ICICI Bank (down 4.20% to Rs 835.45) also slipped

Reliance Energy (down 5.16% to Rs 688) and Mahindra & Mahindra (down 4.66% to Rs 612), and were the other key losers from Sensex pack.

Reliance Communication lost 4.22% to Rs 486.50 after denying recent reports it was in talks with Malaysia's Maxis Communications to buy a controlling stake in its Indian unit Aircel Cellular. India's second largest cellular services provider Reliance Communications slipped 2.44% to Rs 495.55. It added 14.6 lakh mobile customers in July 2007 taking its total subscriber base to about 3.7 crore. It had gained 14.5 lakh users in June 2007.

India's top cellular services provider Bharti Airtel slipped 0.65% to Rs 821.70. The company plans to double the number of wireless towers to 80,000 by the end of March 2008.

Bhel, the country’s largest power equipment maker, declined 0.66% to Rs 1599.80. It had hit a high of Rs 1648 on securing order worth Rs 6500 crore to set up two power projects of 1,000 megawatts each

Reliance Industries, the country’s biggest private sector entity by net profit and oil refiner, slipped 2.77% to Rs 1742.10 on 10.65 lakh shares. As per reports, the company has made an oil discovery in the Krishna basin while drilling the third well. The discovery is estimated at around 20 meters of thickness, making it possibly one of the largest oil discoveries on India’s east coast.

IT stocks came under pressure on concerns that they may face tougher market conditions if the US credit woes squeeze IT spending.

Wipro (down 4.94% to Rs 446.30), Satyam Computer Services (down 4.03% to Rs 415.05), and Infosys Technologies (down 3.76% to Rs 1760.15) slipped.

Tata Consultancy Services slipped 4.03% to Rs 1012 after it denied the reports of bagging an outsourcing contract worth $1.5 billion multi-year outsourcing deal from Prudential plc, the UK-based financial services major. WNS Global Services, the country’s second largest BPO firm, said late last week it has been hit by the turmoil in the US sub-prime lending market.

IT companies derive more than half of their revenue from the United States. The rupee was hovering at 41.10 against the US dollar, stronger than Friday's (17 August 2007) close of 41.33/34.

From a recent high of 4,808.43 on 8 August 2007, the BSE IT index had eroded 7.26% to 4,459.07 on 20 August 2007. The BSE IT index had touched a 52-week high Rs 5611.33 on 19 February 2007 and a 52-week low of Rs 4129.09 on 11 September 2006.

Ambuja Cements (down 0.51% to Rs 127.25), HDFC (down 0.45% to Rs 1906.90) and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (down 0.12% to Rs 624.50) outperformed the market.

Central Bank of India settled at Rs 115.40 on BSE, a premium of 13.14% over its IPO price of Rs 102. It made its debut at Rs 130.10 on BSE. The stock touched a high of Rs 133.25 and a low of Rs 114 during the day. About 2.43 crore shares were traded on the counter on BSE. The Central Bank of India (CBI) IPO had ended on 27 July 2007 with 62.07 times subscription

Real estate stocks were hammered. Ansal API (down 3.06% to Rs 257), Sobha Developers (down 4.66% to Rs 750.55), DLF (down 3.63% to Rs 558.25), Unitech (down 3.23% to Rs 477), and Omaxe (down 12.90% to Rs 273), slumped.

Machino Plastics (up 18.12% to Rs 73.65), Stovec Industries (up 10.48% to Rs 174), Sundaram Fasteners (up 5.52% to Rs 55.45), Perfect Circle (up 5% to Rs 24.15), and JP Hydropower (up 4.52% to Rs 47.40) were the top gainers from the small-cap and mid-cap basket.

English India Clays (down 13.22% to Rs 537), Basant Agro (down 13.20% to Rs 47.35), Zylog Systems (down 13% to Rs 429), Shah Alloys (down 12% to Rs 66.85), and JBF Industries (down 11.52% to Rs 134) were the top losers from the small- and mid-cap basket.

TCI Industries was frozen at 5% upper circuit filter at Rs 4318.50. The scrip has been hitting 5% upper circuit filter for the previous 28 sessions from 9th July 2007 till 20 August 2007. As per reports, the company owns Mukesh Mills property at Colaba, which is worth over Rs 1000 crore.

Rane Engine Valves lost 1% to Rs 281.30 after the Rane Group announced a restructuring to eliminate residual crossholdings and consolidation of group company investments. Rane Brake Linings surged 7.60% to Rs 156.

Bongaigaon Refinery & Petrochemicals tanked 8.64% to Rs 51.30 on turning ex-dividend for a dividend of Rs 3.50 per share on face value Rs 10 each.

Ispat Industries grew 1.07% to Rs 16.01. Recent reports suggest that the company is planning to invest about Rs 10,000 crore within five years to ramp up domestic production. It is also planning to expand overseas through capacity expansion and backward integration.

TRF declined 4.46% to Rs 891.10. After market hours on Monday, 20 August 2007, it scheduled a meeting of board of directors to be held on 8 September 2007, to consider the shareholders' agreement entered with Baker Technology, Singapore, and TRF for acquisition of 51% paid-up share capital of York Transport Equipment (Asia) PTE, Singapore.

JSW Steel slipped 6% to Rs 542 after hitting the day’s high of Rs 599.95.

Gokaldas Exports jumped 10.20% to Rs 252 after the company said private equity firm Blackstone Group is acquiring 70% stake in the company for nearly Rs 660 crore through a two-step deal: 50% from the Bangalore-based Hinduja family and 20% stake through an open offer to other shareholders at an offer price of Rs 275 per share. Post-acquisition, the total stake of the Hinduja family would come down to 19.22%, from current 69.22%.

Exide Industries was unchanged at Rs 55, off its high of Rs 59. It company informed BSE that a meeting of the board of directors of the company will be held on 28 August 2007, to consider an issue of equity shares on a rights basis.

California Software rose 1.71% to Rs 86.40. A unit of Chemoil Energy today, 21 August 2007, offered to buy 20% additional stake in California Software at Rs 100 a share. Kemoil, a Hong Kong-based investment holding company of Chemoil, said it would acquire 2.47 million shares of California Software. After this transaction Kemoil would hold 47.71% in the company.

Construction firm Gayatri Projects fell 7.74% to Rs 255. The company said on today, 21 August 2007, its board would meet on 28 August 2007 to consider raising the foreign fund limit to 49%.

Indusind Bank slumped 6.70% to Rs 49.40 after denying market talks of a foreign bank picking up a stake in the bank. On Monday, 20 August 2007, the Indusind Bank stock had ended up 3.11% to Rs 52.95 boosted by these rumours.

Allcargo Global Logistics shed 1.52% to Rs 840.50 after it said on Monday, 20 August 2007, its board would meet on 27 August 2007 to consider acquisition of Transindia Freight Services.

Patni Computer Systems galloped 7.82% to Rs 422, on reports that private equity firms are close to buying a stake in the software services firm. Private equity (PE) funds Texas Pacific Group and Apax Partners are close to purchasing the stake of two Patni brothers Ashok and Gajendra in Patni Computer Systems.

Dolphin Offshore declined 6.10% to Rs 217.90 despite securing a $8.5-million order from Punj Lloyd. The contract is for providing underwater diving services for the ONGC Heera Redevelopment project. The contract value could be extended by another $3.5 million by providing additional diving services.

HOV Services (down 5.40% to Rs 175.15), Bharat Fertilizer Industries (down 9.39% to Rs 67), Kilburn Engineering (down 13.58% to Rs 63.95), Zyden Gentec (down 9.93% to Rs 34), Bajaj Hindustan Sugar & Industries (down 4.27% to Rs 125.40) and Ion Exchange (India) (down 4.58% to Rs 187.50), declined after BSE said these stocks will be included in trade to trade segment from 24 August 2007.

Most of the Asian markets were trading higher today, 21 August 2007. Hang Seng (up 0.62% at 21,729.35), Shanghai Composite (up 1.03% to 4,955.27), Japan's Nikkei (up 1.06% at 15,899.24) and South Korea's Seoul Composite (up 0.28% at 1,736.18) advanced

However, Taiwan's Taiwan Weighted (down 0.43% to 8,479.05) and Singapore's Straits Times (down 2.82% at 3,228.66) slipped.

US blue-chip stocks rose on Monday, 20 August 2007 after reversing direction in the last hour of trade as the flight to safety in the short-term Treasury bills flagged, suggesting concerns over the stability of credit markets were receding. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 42.27 points, or 0.32%, to end at 13,121.35. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index edged down 0.03% to 1,445.55. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 3.56 points, or 0.14%, to end at 2,508.59.

Oil prices dropped today, 21 August 2007, as traders shifted focus from the threat of Hurricane Dean on US energy facilities in the Gulf of Mexico to worries about global stock markets. Light, sweet crude for September delivery lost 36 cents to $70.76 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Reply for: Bears strike back, drag Sensex below 14,000

Rakhi at 10:10 PM - Aug 21, 2007 ( )

The Sensex had witnessed a pullback yesterday and surged around 286 points on a strong buying support. However, the bears hit back strongly and triggered a major sell-off in the market during intra-day trades. Tracking the subdued Asian markets, the Sensex began the session marginally above its previous close but slipped on sustained selling in frontline stocks and continued moving southwards. After plunging below the 14,000 mark to touch the day's low of 13,942, the market moved in a range with a negative bias. The market witnessed panic selling towards the close and the Sensex ended the session with a loss of 438 points at 13,989 whereas the Nifty shed 134 points and closed at 4,075.

All the sectoral indices had a weak outing. The BSE Bankex index and the BSE Realty index dropped over 4% each, while the BSE PSU index, the BSE IT index, the BSE metal index and the BSE Teck index were down over 3% each.

The breadth of the mark was extremely negative, with the losers outpacing the buyers in the ratio of 4.54:1. Of the 2,767 stocks traded on the BSE, 2,236 stocks declined, 492 stocks advanced and 39 stocks ended unchanged. All the Sensex stocks ended in the red. SBI was a major loser and tumbled by 5.59% at Rs1,464. Wipro at Rs447, M&M at Rs612, ICICI Bank at Rs834, Reliance Communication at Rs484, Reliance Energy at Rs692 slumped over 4% each. Among the other major losers Tata Steel dropped 3.99% at Rs546, Hindalco lost 3.88% at Rs136, Cipla fell 3.75% at Rs177 and Infosys declined by 3.72% at Rs1,761.

Banking stocks lost ground on profit taking. Union Bank dropped 7.31% at Rs123, Kotak Bank slumped 6.87% at Rs639, Fedral Bank shed 6.01% at Rs304 and Bank of India slipped by 5.65% at Rs222. Andhra Bank, Allahabad Bank, Canara Bank and Yes Bank also ended weak.

Strong buying was evident in several small-cap stocks. Nagarjuna Fertilisers at Rs39.60 and Chambal Fertilisers at Rs49.65 hit the new high.

Over 3.13 crore Nagarjuna Fertiliser shares changed hands on the BSE followed by SEL Manufacturing Company (2.69 crore shares), Central Bank (2.43 crore shares), Ventura Textile (20.30 crore shares) and Bella Steel (1.98 crore shares).

Value wise, SEL Manufacturing Company clocked a turnover of Rs335 crore on the BSE followed by Central Bank (Rs305 crore), Reliance Industries (Rs189 crore), SBI (Rs121 crore) and Nagarjuna Fertilisers (Rs116 crore).

Reply for: Another view

Rakhi at 02:38 AM - Aug 05, 2007 ( )

Sharekhan views on BHEL
  •  Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), a leading supplier of power equipment, will be the prime beneficiary of a four-fold increase in the investments (Rs500,000 crore in the 11th Five-Year Plan as against Rs112,000 crore in the 9th Five-Year Plan) being made in the power sector.
  • BHEL's current order book of Rs55,000 crore, ie 3x its FY2007 revenue, provides high earnings visibility.
  • The power ministry has proposed around five ultra mega power projects entailing a capacity addition of
20,000MW (4,000MWx5) with the combined turnkey value of at least Rs80,000 crore.
  •  BHEL’s recent technology transfer agreement with Alstom for design and manufacture of large-sized (500MW+) super-critical boilers will enable it to bid for the ultra mega power projects. We expect BHEL to bag a fair share out of this huge Rs80,000-crore potential investment, which in turn will maintain the growth momentum in the company’s order book.
  • The stock trades at a PER of 27.3x its FY2008E earnings. BHEL's valuation looks attractive as compared with that of its peers, such as Siemens, ABB and Larsen and Toubro.

Reply for: Prabhudas Lilladher report on Bajaj Auto

Rakhi at 05:53 PM - Jul 13, 2007 ( )

Prabhudas Lilladher report on Bajaj Auto:


Result Snapshot


Bajaj Auto’s Q1 FY08 results surpassed our expectations. Net sales were down only by 4%, to Rs 2.1 billion, despite a 12% yoy deceleration in volumes. Contribution per vehicle slightly improved (increasing by 2.2% yoy) despite material cost (as percent of sales) being up by 178bp yoy as 3-wheeler exports formed a greater proportion of sales. The margin, at 13%, was in line with our expectations. PAT was down by 18% to Rs 2.26 billion against our expectations of Rs 2.06 billion. The stock trades at 12.4x FY09 EPS of Rs 177. With the clarity surrounding the success of its new bike yet to materialise, we maintain a MARKET PERFORMER.


Result highlights


Bajaj Auto’s Q1FY08 results surpassed our expectations. Net sales were down by only 4% to Rs 2.1 billion despite a 12% yoy slide in volumes. This was partially helped by excise relief at the Uttaranchal plant. Contribution per vehicle marginally improved despite the fact that material cost (as a percent of sales) was up by 178bp yoy, as 3-wheeler exports formed a greater proportion of sales. Contribution per vehicle increased by 2.2% yoy. Margins, at 13%, were in line with our expectations. PAT was down by 18% to Rs 2.26 billion against our expectations of Rs 2.06 billion, helped by lower excise duty. The effective tax rate has remained at the 31% levels. This indicates that the company is not making profits on Platina after passing on a Rs 3,000 discount per bike. In other words, the company has not been able to avail of the income tax benefits from Uttaranchal as yet. This has been the lowest-margin quarter for the company for a long time, which means that BAL has started to feel the pressure of cutthroat competition prevalent in the industry. To provide some margin relief, the company has raised prices on its Platina and Discover by Rs 500 wef 1st July.


Lowest-ever margins


The company had reduced the price of its Platina by Rs 3,000 last quarter, soon after production was shifted to Uttaranchal, thereby passing on the excise benefits to customers. Pricing pressure coupled with rising raw material cost has dealt a double blow, with the company reporting, at 13.1%, its lowest-ever margins in the recent past.


Estimates maintained


With the uncertainty surrounding the success of its new bike in the entry-level segment, we have maintained our estimates. We expect BAL to post a 16.8% growth in its top line at Rs 111 billion in FY08. However, PAT is expected to rise by only 9% yoy to Rs 14 billion.


Our View


We believe that BAL would be able to sell about 1.1 million 2-wheelers in H1 FY08 while it would end the year with sales volumes of about 2.7 million. Also, if the new 2-wheeler proves a success in the likes of Pulsar, BAL would make a major breakthrough in the entry-level 100-cc segment where Hero Honda has a 90% share. However, although we believe that the new bike might provide a positive surprise, we have not included any major contribution from it in our estimates. The stock trades at 12.4x FY09E EPS of Rs 177. With the clarity surrounding the success of its new bike yet to materialise, we maintain a MARKET PERFORMER rating. We continue to represent our forecast according to the old BAL structure. We shall introduce financial figures after the balance-sheet division is complete.

Reply for: Edelweiss Research report on Bajaj Auto

Rakhi at 05:48 PM - Jul 13, 2007 ( )

Edelweiss Research report on Bajaj Auto:


Bajaj Auto’s Q1FY08 results were lower than ours and consensus estimates. Adjusted net  profit was down 18.1% Y-o-Y to Rs 2.26 billion. EBITDA fell 23.7% Y-o-Y to Rs 2.75 billion.  EBITDA margins were at 13.1%, down 330bps Y-o-Y.  We believe the margin outlook for the next 2-3 quarters is much better and margins are expected to improve to ~ 15% on account of price revisions, ramp up of Uttarakhand  plant, and launch of a new bike (on September 9, 2007) that is likely to be much more  profitable than the company’s other low-end products in the segment. We are upgrading our recommendation on the stock to ‘ACCUMULATE’, post the recent price correction and improving margin and volume outlook for its core business.




Key Highlights 




Lower than expected results in Q1FY08




Net sales (at 21.09 bn), were down 4.2% Q-o-Q, primarily on account of falling volumes, though average realisations improved 8.5% Y-o-Y on the back of improving product mix. EBITDA fell 23.7% Y-o-Y to Rs 2.75 billion and EBITDA margins were at 13.1%, down 330bps Y-o-Y. Adjusted net profit was down 18.1% Y-o-Y to Rs 2.26 billion. Further, staff costs, as a percentage of sales, increased 80bps Y-o-Y due to  bonuses and increments given in the quarter. In addition, other expenses increased 44bps because of higher advertising expenditure. 




Margins set to improve 




We expect the company to improve its margins to ~15% in the second half of FY08  on back of price revisions, ramp up of Uttarakhand plant, and launch of a new bike  that is likely to be much more profitable than the company’s other low-end products in  the segment. The new bike’s contribution to the company will be similar to that of  Discover. We expect at least 70bps improvement in margins only from lower staff  costs on account of non-recurring items worth INR 150mn. 







We are upgrading our recommendation on the stock to ‘ACCUMULATE’, post the recent price correction and improving margin outlook for its core business. Our sumof- the-parts (SOTP) valuation for the stock is at INR 2,546 per share.  

Reply for: HDFC Securities report on Jain Irrigation

Rakhi at 11:17 PM - Jul 05, 2007 ( )

HDFC Securities report on Jain Irrigation:

Continuing its acquisitions in the MIRS space, Jain Irrigation’s acquisition of NaanDan makes it the second largest player, next to Netafim of Israel ($325 mn revenue size). NaanDan gives Jain access to 50 countries in Europe and Latin America, apart from the US, Australia and Israel.

The PVC and PE pipes segments are both growing by 10-12%. With Reliance & GAIL as possible clients in the PE pipes segment, JISL is set to show consistent growth. The EBDITA margin is 6-8% in PVC pipes and 12-14% in PE pipes.

PVC Sheets: This segment has been growing 30% for the past 3 years and is expected to grow at 10%-14% in the next 2 years. The EBDITA margin is 18% in this segment.

Jain’s MIRS/SIS business is expected to grow by 70% next year and Pipes and sheets together are expected to grow by 30%. Hence overall, the company is expected to grow by 40% in the next 18 months. The fair price of the Equity Portion of the company comes to Rs533 per share, which discounts its FY08E EPS 23.2 times and FY09E EPS 16.9 times. The upside potential for the stock is 8.5% from the current levels.

Reply for: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Portfolio on March 2007

Rakhi at 11:14 PM - Jun 26, 2007 ( )

Hi guys..
I have got this info so thought to share with you all... this is the list of companies where Rakesh JhunJhunwala (India' Warren Buffet) is having holdings. if you want to check the charts, results and shareholding pattern of these comapanies then you can search it through the search engine on right side.. and click on that name.. you will get the current information directly from BSE official site.. please share your own views also..(in respective comapnies message board)


Company name

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Agro Tech Foods






Bharat EarthMove



Bhushan Steel









Geojit Fin. Ser.



Geometric Soft.



Hind.Oil Explor.



Infomedia India






Mid-Day Multimed



Nag. Constructn.



Pantaloon Retail



Praj Inds.



Prime Focus



Provogue (India)



Punj Lloyd



Ramco Systems



Titan Inds.



TTK Prestige



Vadilal Inds.



Viceroy Hotels


New Thread: Markets are giving good Indication

Rakhi at 01:09 AM - Jun 22, 2007 ( )

From last three days markets are in consolidation phase.... today the breath is also positive.. seeing the activity Markets are looking headed towards good gains... but in the coming days the main focus will be on mid and small caps.... the sensex has moved from 8800 to 14000 but most of mid caps are near their yearly lows... one magazine survey showed that most of the individual investors are having a average loss of 15 % in their portfolio... so after a tremendous performance of large caps also mid caps condition is same as of 6 months back.. as most analysts are ponting out that after large caps it's a turn of mid and small caps.. but i personally feel that mid and small cap rally will be very selective.. it's not going to be like two year old story when every stock was buzzing around...

what you people feel .. let me know..


New Thread: Markets are giving good indication

Rakhi at 01:06 AM - Jun 22, 2007 ( )

From last three days markets are in consolidation phase.... today the breath is also positive.. seeing the activity Markets are looking headed towards good gains... but in the coming days the main focus will be on mid and small caps.... the sensex has moved from 8800 to 14000 but most of mid caps are near their yearly lows... one magazine survey showed that most of the individual investors are having a average loss of 15 % in their portfolio... so after a tremendous performance of large caps also mid caps condition is same as of 6 months back.. as most analysts are ponting out that after large caps it's a turn of mid and small caps.. but i personally feel that mid and small cap rally will be very selective.. it's not going to be like two year old story when every stock was buzzing around...

what you people feel .. let me know..


New Thread: BATA target of 175 acheived..

Rakhi at 12:59 PM - May 06, 2007 ( )

Hi guys we gave a call on bata last month and a target of 175.. which is on the charts.. so book profits..byeHappy InvestingRakhi
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