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    Low ROCE ,negative PAT margin and low interest coverage ratio..whether it's passing our investment checklist?? View attachment 1219
     
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    Why some companies even in March 2020 didn't go below a PE ratio of 50? When EPS and PE Ratio Not Good Enough for Valuation?

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    The pleasure is all mine.
     
  4. manickarajan

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    Thank you Shabbir
     
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  5. shabbir

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    No. You are comparing apples with oranges. Even if you need to buy each stock in the ratio of being part of the index, you will need a lot more money. Like for example the average weight of Reliance Industries is 10% in the index, your portfolio should match the same and that may mean you may have to buy a lot more units of Reliance so you can get one unit of some other company to match the weight in the index.

    Ideally, ETF is great and then may be mutual fund. Direct stocks just to replicate the index is a bad idea. One can invest directly in great companies and avoid not so great companies from the index.
     
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    Mutual fund means there will be expense ratio..instead of it we buy directly like stocks it can be avoided..correct me if I am wrong
     
  7. shabbir

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    Why do we need other option and how it may be different?
     
  8. manickarajan

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    Hi Shabbir,

    Do we have any other option to buy index like Nifty50 other than index fund for long term
     
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    Complete business analysis of Relaxo Footwear with step by step process to select the company and the management for investing.

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    You are enjoying the portfolio gains, but the time is now for you to shuffle your portfolio for the next market crash

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    There is no advantage to being the first mover. On the contrary, it is a curse. Let me share how and why first-mover advantage is a myth.

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    Complete business analysis of TTK Prestige with step by step process to select the company and the management for investing.

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  13. shabbir

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    Not sure if I heard it. Can you share a link?

    You shouldn't unless it is a brand and not a background company name. KFC is the front name and not the company name like Devyani Intl
     
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    shabbir bhai , Divis CFO was caught hands down doing some miscrepancy, was it punished for that .

    Jubilant foodworks can charge a royalty for name similar to pizza hut/kfc right
     
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    Understand the 6 types of business that one should consider for investing in India from the legendary investor Peter Lynch

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    Yes I guess but I bought at double the price.
    I don't like the Jubilant management when they said we will charge a royalty for naming out companies as Jubilant.
     
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    1650 - oleo chemicals and factory closed that was best time for fine i suppose.

    one of Ethyl acetate plays - laxmi , ingrevia and i believe iolcp
    ingrevia is cheapest of these

    IEX - again a good power platform business

    jubilant pharmova - valuation wise not bad between 550 - 650 i believe
     
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    We see a great bull market, and anything and everything will rally in this bull market.

    Don't invest in companies where the share price can still double in the next phase of the bull market. Ideally, because it means the share price hasn't double or triple from the March 2020 lows. If it hasn't yet, it is more likely that it will not happen in the future unless the business picks up.

    So invest in companies that can double the business in the next 4 to 5 years. After that, the market will take care of the share price for you.
     
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    I did in fine organics and it is doing ok as of now. We still have 4+ years time before we look into them.
     
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    Have any one studied the names I posted as a basket these would be min 40 percent by now