Tarun Deep Singh portfolio,


(Rejinoldo) #42

Thanks Dinesh … Let eme come back with my doubts after learning more :slight_smile: thanks a lot again .


(Dinesh Sairam) #43

M. Maubossin’s piece on MICAP (Market Implied Competitive Advantage Period), in case you are interested in understanding why your Value differed so much for such a small change in Terminal Growth: http://people.stern.nyu.edu/adamodar/pdfiles/eqnotes/cap.pdf


(Rejinoldo) #44

Any help is highly appreciated dinesh . am in the process of trying to learn valuation in a disciplined way. Any more addl. RESOURCES WILL BE highly appreciated [ esp the ones useful for beginers].
Am more of a “stroy man”. now trying to put numbers under the story .

PS ; Have started reading your numbers and narratives thread as well.


(Dr. TarunDS) #45

Updates OCT’18

  • there are 3 portfolios, one for my parents & one for me & one passive large cap portfolio which i intend not to touch for 3 -5 years

PORTFOLIO 1

  • LTTS
  • CESC
  • Vinati Organics
  • Nocil
  • SSWL
  • Meghmani Organics
  • NB Ventures
  • Everest Industries
  • Tiger Logistics
  • Ass Alcohol
  • West Coast Paper Mills
  • Thangamayil
  • Avanti feeds

PORTFOLIO 2

  • Balkrishna Industries
  • ZF Steering
  • Vaibhav Global
  • Sterlite Tech
  • Albert David
  • Welspun Enterprises
  • Sahyadri Industries
  • Oberoi Realty
  • Sharda Motors
  • Shemaroo
  • Majesco
  • Equitas
  • PSP Projects
  • Rain Ind
  • NESCO
  • Parag Milk
  • Andhra Sugar
  • Mirza
  • Srikalahasthi Pipes
  • Hester Biosciences
  • Balmer Lawrie Investments
  • JB Chem

(Dr. TarunDS) #46

i also have a Large Cap Portfolio since 8 months which was made from limited funds recieved due to a reasoon (plan is not to be alter these for next 3 years). equal amounts were put in all of these together

  1. BSE
  2. Jubilant Foodworks
  3. Eicher Motors
  4. Ambika Cotton Mills
  5. MRF
  6. Page Ind
  7. TCS
  8. Hawkin Cooker
  9. CCL
  10. Reliance Industries
  11. Supreme Industries.

(Matt1985) #48

I second your largecap portfolio. These stocks have strong underlying business and in some cases are market leaders or operating in a niche. I can see the some competitive advantage for your large cap picks.

In between, just wanted to understand how you plan to allocate the funds, split equally? Alternatively, which is your highest conviction portfolio? Thanks

Cheers,
Matt