Bull therapy 101-thread for technical analysis with the fundamentals


(phreak) #954

Page Industries update - Broke down from that rising wedge post results. Today broke through 200 DMA/SMA and is at initial support which should just be a temporary support. Should find support around 23000.

Disc: Invested/Trading. Looking for the 60 P/E valuation at 22000.

Mangalam Organics - Very large volumes, relatively less price fall as it re-tests the breakout. Volumes are lower in the lower price ranges, so might just be a shakeout to lose the flab.

Disc: Have an Investment/Trading position


(phreak) #955

TCI Express - Looks like accumulation is going on. Squeezed out of the downward trendline and is trading above long-term support in narrow price range with low volumes. Looks like a business with a very long runway and for a logistics business, they seem to be immune to crude as the OPM is in fact increasing YoY despite crude being high in Q2, FY18.

Disc: Been accumulating this from around 200 DMA as the downside looked limited and valuations were attractive


(JOSE ABRAHAM) #956

Shankara Building products has been on a free fall. Can anyone help with a good entry level using TA? Stock appears to be good to accumulate for long term? If the query is not proper on the forum, the moderators may please delete.


(manivannan.g) #957

Some of the trend reversals which I’ve observed and traded:

Acrysil (31/Oct/2018) still holding:


Sterlite Tech (26-Oct-2016), exited at 383.

Exited when started seeing bearishness.


Manappuram haven’t traded since I want to be out of NBFC. But watching


Natco pharma was bullish for couple of days, but failed, had hit the SL. Planning to add again:



(phreak) #959

I have written to the company to find out more information on a lot of things. Let’s see if they get back. If this is driven only by Camphor price realisations, then it will die its natural death when cycle reverses. However, if the Camphor prices are sustainable at these levels because of structural changes in the sector, say increased pharma use of Camphor, then natural camphor being a product of trees, there is a possibility of sustainable numbers going forward - but the delta between RM prices changes and realisation changes will have to be watched.

There is one more angle here. Of the three Camphor players, Oriental Aromatics is valued higher probably because its also a play in flavours and fragrances and it has deals with some international customers there. Kanchi Karpooram seems to be a simple Camphor play while Mangalam Organics I think might be in the process of transformation. They have talked about branded retail camphor play in FY17 AR and they have kept their word and created brands Cam+ and Campure and are already selling well on Amazon at what appears to be very good margins. I see they are doing ad spends as well, considering their products show up in Sponsored products and also have “Amazon’s Choice” tag for Camphor. After doing some research on DRT, I think the deal with DRT could open up a lot of avenues for Mangalam to sell resins. If they make tyre resins for EVs in the near future, then they will be similar to a insoluble sulphur play like Oriental Carbon or a tyre chemical play like Nocil or a Carbon black play like Philips Carbon - this is of course just an optionality but very important to sustain higher valuations.

@mods - Please move the chain of conversation with @NamantS to the Mangalam Organics thread if possible.


(phreak) #960

Acrysil daily - At important resistance. Maybe this time it will have the steam to get over the line? 628 is the 52 wk closing high. The fundamentals are very good going by the performance in the last two quarters and going by the concalls, it looks like growth will sustain.

This is how the long-term chart looks. Its currently trading near 3 year highs and just 20% away from all time highs made in 2015.

If the good performance continues, I think there is a good chance of getting there. Ratios are OK, debt is manageable but I think this is an early-stage candidate as ratios and debt will all improve if the business momentum they have built sustains. There is a 1:5 stock split as well coming up which could help the price momentum - I think it’s easier to jump the chasm of 125 to 150 than it is to jump 625 to 750 in this illiquid scrip and perhaps the management knows this :wink:

Disc: I have been building a long-term position here ever since I first came across it as I liked the story.


(ishikaghose) #961

Stupid question BUT how is it possible for a logistics company to be immune to crude prices? Asking to understand


(phreak) #962

Not a stupid question at all. Their main costs must be fuel and people. If you see Blue Dart or Gati, their margins are moving with crude. TCI Express on the other hand is able to increase margins. This shows that they have pricing power to pass on the costs to their customers. It may have something to do with the quality of delivery (timeliness, security, efficiency) or the mission-criticalness of the bulk of the sectors it services (pharma, engineering, industrials) which makes these factors very crucial.

There is a big gulf in the operating profit margins of these companies where blue dart/gati are at 5% while TCI Express is pushing 11% which again emphasises this. I might be missing something else big otherwise but this is my reading based on the basic knowledge I have of the sector.


(Varun) #963

I would like to add 1 thing, such a difference in margin can be a red flag. eg. Moserbear in the past. Unless you are very sure that there is a moat or a competitive advantage to the company… you may want to watch out… I have never invested in Sun TV for this very reason. I wont say one management is fraud or accounts are fudged… However, such difference of margin on commodity type of business is worth investigating into.


(onlish2014) #964

Hi there,
You can broadly categorize transportation companies into integrators (Blue Dart, Fedex, DHL express) and logistics (freight forwarding, contract logistics, etc.). The former owns transport assets such as aircraft, trucks etc.and operate them on their own. Hence their margin and cost varies with oil price. This is typically 18-25% of operating cost.

On the other hand freight forwarding companies such as TCI, Allcargo, etc. sub contract transport to asset owners such as airlines and Ocean liners and hence usually can pass on oil price variation to customers with a couple of months of delay. This is via a fuel surcharge mechanism (hint: check your airplane ticket next time to look at how much surcharge you pay on top of base price.


(manivannan.g) #965

A change of trend in Nifty can be seen and looks like it can head to 11200-11300 range.

On daily, closing above 10700 would be firm the trend, as it is the 200 E-SMA, for now it closed above 100 E-SMA.

On weekly, one can see three white soldiers which confirms the uptrend for the coming weeks, also seeing this pattern in the recent past (just an observation, marked in the pink line):

Lets see if RBI meet today is playing a spoilsport.


(Devaki Nandan Tripathy) #968

I beg to differ. I think right now we are at Assurance stage. Already death cross formed with a down sloping 200 SMA. Have a feeling this rally will fizzle out at around 10800-10900 and there would be a resumption of downtrend around year end. The below scenario may play out.

I am not a TA expert and please take it with a bucket of salt.


(manivannan.g) #969

Hi,

In the following example, there was a death cross, but on the moving average bars, there was no trend reversals. So, it went down further.

Here’s some example, where the death cross occurred but in the moving average bars, there’s a change in trend, hence no damage done.

Next couple of days are important, as that will confirm will the Green becomes lime, or the green gives up to the red.

Also, another point I would like to add here is, the highest open interest is seen at two levels, 10800 and 11000. So I think minimum 11000 is possible.


(Sarabjeet Singh) #972

KOTAKBANK gave a breakout above 50 and 200 DEMA with good volume. If it sustains next couple of sessions, we may see good levels in coming weeks

Disc : Invested


(Augustine Jos) #973

was looking at NIFTY open interest data for dec and its looks like there is massive 29lac put written at 11k. never seen such aggressive position at this scale. someone is very bullish on nifty.


(timedimpulse) #974

A put is actually a bearish position so what you stated is a matter of concern


(Sarabjeet Singh) #976

@timedimpulse : In the world of options, its the sellers who rule. So high OI in PUT is bullish as the big sellers believe market will go up and they will take the whole premium. And vice versa for huge OI in Calls


(Praveen Shekhar) #977

By 16th Nov itself 3/4 of the Complex Inv H&S pattern on daily had worked out. Trader seems to be timing the breakout point on 16th and fall till 22nd to avg out. Prices would have been 368 and 479. If equal qty was bought both times average would be 423. Though pattern target is 10500, even if this guy tries to square off at 11000, which seems real enough, then 11000PE would be around 184, which is 239 points. Huge cash can be made with volumes seen. I played safer by writing 10300PE on 21st to hold till expiry.


#978

Now that we have come to an end of the month and hence crossed hump for CP redemption. Does any NBFC look interesting technically? Edel and Manappuram have stopped falling and seems to be forming base. What does technical say?


(Jiitt007) #979

What is the source of this info…