But many of them we know but ignore
some of them don't grab financial headlines
Here are 10 low-risk, high return stocks (that we ignore):
What I mean by “high-return”?
These stocks have OUTPERFORMED the market:
💹Chart with upwards trend Since IPO
💹Chart with upwards trend Over the last 5 Years or since IPO
These are all long-term winners that will keep on winning
What do We Mean by “low-risk”?
A combination of:
❣️Consistent Organic Growth
A depository is a big business and will grow continuously, Its a sustainable business
cause "Market hai toh CDSL bhi hai or rahega"
High Management Efficiency with a high ROE of 19.30%
Healthy long-term growth as Net Sales has grown by an annual rate of more than 30%
High Institutional Holdings
Got these scanners from the following accounts:
Share for the benefit of everyone.
Listing all scanners from @Pathik_Trader Sir first.
2. 80-20 Reversal Setup
4. Trapping Inside Bar (Positional Setup)
1) Maruti Suzuki (passenger cars)
2) APL Apollo (structural & pre galvanized tubes)
3) CDSL (investors accounts)
4) Interglobe Aviation (air traffic passengers)
5) GMM Pfaudler (glass lined equipment)
6) Asian Paints (decorative paints)
7) Colgate (oral care)
8) Symphony (coolers)
9) PGHH (female care & vaporub)
10) La Opala Rg (opalware)
11) HLE Glasscoat (filtration & drying equipment)
12) Delta Corp (online poker games)
13) Bajaj Auto (3W segment)
14) Vinati Organics (IBB)
15) OCCL (insoluble sulphur)
16) LMW (textile machinery)
17) Bajaj Consumer (almond hair oil)
18) Indiamart Intermesh (online B2B Classified space)
19) Vst Tillers (power tillers)
20) Sanghvi Movers (overall domestic crane hiring market)
21) Emami (antiseptic & male grooming)
List of companies with more than 60% Market Share:
1) Concor (domestic container cargo transport)
2) Exide (lead batteries)
3) Naukri (Indian job market space)
4) Praj (ethanol plant installing)
5) ACE (mobile & tower cranes)
6) Pidilite (adhesives)
7) Jamna Auto (leaf spring)
8) CAMS (RTA within mutual fund industry)
9) Time Technoplast (polymer based industrial packaging)
Time for a thread about all tools I use to research,Find information and update myself about different subjects
Blog Subscriptions I am subscribed to for investing:
2. Non-Gaap Substack
3. The Flywheel substack
4. Read The Generalist
5. Kiran D- has a blog on word press
6. Uncommon Profits
7. Used to read stalwart but they reduced the posting
12. Betaoalpha Substack by @mehrotra_saket
Others that I like to read
2. @EconomicTimes Prime. Recently they have improved
Sectoral experts/Analysts that I follow:
For Pharma- @AdityaKhemka5 , @unseenvalue & @punitbansal14 + Contract Pharma for cdmo
For Banking- @HemindraHazari , Digant Haria and Ashish Gupta from Credit Suisse (he's terrific)
For chemicals- Rohit Nagraj from Emkay Global
and chemical weekly+Chemical reports monthly from B&K securities
Broker reports that I like to read whenever I can:
1. Spark capital-hands down the best reports in the country.
2. Ambit- publish some good stuff. But rarely available
3. JM Financial- exceptional reports.
How did you find RACL, Pix?
Creating this ad-hoc thread to share my process.
if you like it, please RT to benefit maximum investors. 🙏
Imagine what you want in a company, codify it in the form of filters, create a screen. Example below:
"Market Capitalization > 50
Market Capitalization < 3000
((Average return on capital employed 5Years > 25 AND
Price to Earning < 20) OR
(Average return on capital employed 5Years > 15 AND
Price to Earning < 10))
Sales growth 5Years > 10
Operating cash flow 5years /5 < Operating cash flow 3years /3
Operating cash flow 7years /7 < Operating cash flow 3years /3"
In this screener, i am looking for
smallcaps with a min mcap,
which have a bare minimum average ROCE & valuation accordance to the unit economics
which are also growing topline
and where operating cash flows are also increasing, on an average basis
They all have some common things 👇
1⃣ low market cap - 5/8 years ago they all have low market cap less then 5000 CR
2⃣ Low debt - their debt are low or manageable
Debt/equity < 1
Intrest coverage ratio>3.5
3️⃣ good cash flow -
Free cash flow 10 year > 0
Free cash flow 5years > 0
4⃣ good return on equity - their ROE >25%
And also good ROE track record from last 5 years
Would appreciate a Retweet or like as it helps educate more investors and inspire us to work harder on more upcoming threads👇🧵
1) Largest Player in B2B connectivity:
Airtel Business is India’s largest player in the B2B connectivity space and serves over one million businesses with an integrated portfolio that includes connectivity, cloud, security and collaboration, and data center solutions.
2) Stake in Indus Towers:
Presently, the company owns ~42% stake in Indus Towers (erstwhile Bharti Infratel) directly and through its wholly-owned subsidiary Nettle Infrastructure Investments Ltd.
3) Indus Towers Limited has over 175,500 towers and 318,300 co-locations and a nationwide presence covering all 22 telecom circles.
Its leading customers are Airtel, Vodafone Idea, and Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited.
4) In December 2020, the company, through Nettle Infrastructure bought a ~5% stake in Indus Towers for ~2,900 crores.
Prashant Sir has a spectacular ability to simplify complex topics and put them in Twitter threads.
📊 This is a must-read for every trader.
I scraped his entire tweet library - here are some of my faves.
THREAD 🧵 👇
Thread: Donchian Channels— Prashant Shah (@Prashantshah267) August 8, 2020
Donchian channels were invented by Richard Donchian. He is known as a father of trend following trading. He was founder of world\u2019s first managed fund in 1949. #donchianchannels #indicators #definedge pic.twitter.com/IaTcGedIbR
Money Flow Index or
⚡️Amara Raja Batteries
⚡️Tatva Chintan Pharma
2/3 ✅Pet Film Manufacturer:
⚡️Jindal Poly Films
✅EV Charging Space:
⚡️Hitachi ABB (ABB Power)
✅Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer:
3/3 ✅Electric Passenger Vehicle:
✅ER & D Theme:
Anything missing add in comment section 👇🛺