Very new to ValuePickr and have been observing the topics under discussion for few months.
I had first invested in the market way back in 2007, but was quite novice and went by recommendations of friends and TV channels - wont say have lost much, but felt that it was not the right way.
ValuePickr has given me some indications on how to pick stocks based on fundamentals and valuations.
This new portfolio was created about six months back.
I would sincerely need feedback on the same - mostly in cases where I have gone wrong.
My aim is to make 10-12% on a yearly basis (compounded) and the time scale is around 5 - 7 years.
I have the option of adding another 2-3 lakhs on the portfolio and hence I need help from the giants in the forum.
Looking forward to your earnest feedback.
My Portfolio.pdf (180.4 KB)
|2||BANK OF BARODA||153.34||4.9%|
|17||S H KELKAR||263||3.4%|
I have tried to put forward the investment rational as much as I can.
Bank of Baroda
Improvement in Margins
Loan Book Growth
Value Unlocking – BoB willing to exit from non-core business
Asset Quality to accelerate
NPA resolution program
Operating leverage to kick in with better capacity utilization
Steller Export business, albeit marginal dip in recent quarters
Superior distribution and spares franchise, strong balance sheet and best-in-class return ratios.
Luxury car market in India is on the rise
Sub-contracting revenues are up by almost three times
Strong R&D with Benz for EV
LCV segment growth is a key driver
Augmented capacity o fuel growth
Focus on formulations to boost growth
JV with Onmichem to boost revenues
Increase in prices of Caustic soda since Aug 2016 could last for some more quarters benefitting GACL’s margins
In-house R&D, plant and technology up- gradation could help to improve capacity utilization going forward
GACL’s capex plans could help to expand its business going forward
With sound financials, company is on track to significantly improve return ratios
Diversifying into new sectors – like aftermarket & Farm Equipment business
Collaboration with Altigreen propulsion for Hybrid technology to rope in green vehicles
Strong Balance Sheet & excellent management
Focus on retail book augers well
Healthy operating performance and sustained margin
Capital Ratios higher than regulatory requirements
Robust CASA ratios
ITC’s market leadership in cigarettes (~70% market share) provides it with strong pricing power
Non-cigarette businesses, led by FMCG are now set to be significantly value accretive
Excellent ROCE & EBITA margins
Paper & Stationary business on the rise
Largest one stop water solution provider in Asia, ventured into consumer product business:
Strong R&D, diversified marquee client base
Global footprint, robust industrial outlooks
Cultivation of Cotton has increased in kharif 2017 supported by better monsoon and farmers’ shifting from pulses and soya bean to cotton,
Diverse Product portfolio addressing crop rotation & reducing dependence on traditional crops,
Aggressive focus on R& D helps product development and sustainability in farm practices,
Investment in Biotechnology is accelerating the breeding program of cotton and rice,
Focus on new products could help to garner revenue going forward.
S H kelkar
India’s largest F&F Company with 12% market share
Strong R&D team and working closely with customers to develop new molecules
Overseas acquisition to enhance portfolio
Economic growth will drive growth in CV segment
Steady Growth rate
Capacity Expansion to focus on export market
Good management team
New and better product launches.
Steady top line growth through organic & inorganic expansion.
The restructuring of Australian & US business to pay dividends
Excellent Management team
Opportunity from rising global ER&D spend, high growth in the EPD segment (82% of rev) and strong offshore delivery model
Strong competencies in the niche automotive vertical (50% of revenue), supported by scalability and non-linearity from the ‘Autonomai’ platform (driverless car software)
Strategic vendor to group co JLR (top client and 22% of rev), with an increasing share
Growth prospects in its marquee client base, including JLR, Mercedes, BMW, Ford, Nissan, Isuzu and Subaru in the automotive segment
Dominant player in a high MOAT business sector
Superior and innovative product with wider demographic range
Excellent in-house R&D facility