PORTFOLIO

Evergreen Portfolio Part – 1

-: Evergreen Portfolio :-

1) CDSL – CMP (338)

  • CDSL is the second Largest depository of the country after NSDL, which operates in Bombay Stock Exchange.
  • Its  commands 42 per cent market share in the total accounts opened in demat space which Crossed Recently 1 Crore.
  • There are 581 depository participants and 161 branches.
  • Single Competitor NSDL which is Not Listed so CDSL is a Only Choice in this Sector.
  • Company’s Promoters BOB, BOI, SBI, HDFC and BSE have good Experience which Drive Company’s  Future Growth.
  • No Doubt NSDL is Good then CDSL, but Now we have only one choice CDSL. 
  • As per My Personal Opinion we have to Invest in CDSL for Long-term...

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2) HUDCO -CMP(84)
  • HUDCO – a PSU miniratna is in the business of financing housing and urban infrastructure projects.
  • Investors hoping to benefit from the government’s push towards affordable housing and infrastructure sectors.
  • Since FY14, the proportion of housing portfolio has increased from 26% and it hopes to raise it further as it looks to participate in government schemes such as Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) and National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM).
  • No worry about Bad Loan – The board and management have since March 2013 decided to stop sanctioning of new housing and urban finance loans to private sector entities due to Large defaults and NPA risk.
  • Due to No peer company model like HUDCO , I give Buy suggestion for Longterm Investment.

3) SHEELA FOAM – CMP(1308)

  • Sheela Foam Ltd (SFL) is a leading manufacturer of mattresses in India marketed under flagship brand “Sleepwell”.
  • It manufactures other foam-based home comfort products targeted primarily at Indian retail consumers, as well as technical grades of polyurethane foam (“PU Foam”) for end use in a wide range of industries.
  • Right Now India’s 70% of population sleeps on traditional bedding and 30% sleeping on comfortable Mattresses. With rising disposable income and increasing Urbanization, Penetration is likely to increase benefiting branded players.
  • In Last Quarter, there are 28 MF Scheme bought SFL Shares…
  • As Per the Share Holding Pattern Given Below Only 1 Promoters Sell 14.3% Share in IPO rest 85.7% share is in Under Promoters Hand, its show self confidence about their company and Brand.  Also Large MF holding this Stock in their Portfolio so Public Holding is very low.
  • Almost Debt Free Company with 86% Promoters Holding.
  • So Finally as per My Personal Opinion this stock Must have in everyone Portfolio ,some point I discuss above like Promoters Shareholding , Sleepwell Brand Name, MF Holding, Retail People Income Increase give Stocks Strong Buy Rating. Long term Investors Buy Sheela Foam in Every Decline.

4) Wimplast – CMP(1380)

  • Wim Plast Ltd (WPL) is the part of Cello group India and has been marketing all its products under brand name “Cello”.
  • Wimplast is leveraging the brand ‘Cello’ by creating value in the market where Nilkamal and Supreme are already present and are expected to benefit from rising Urbanization.
  • The company has gained market share of 14% (in value terms) and is the third largest player after Nilkamal and Supreme in the organized market.
  • Company’s Last 5 Years Sales and Profit Increase Subsequently.
  • Its Debt Free Company with 72% Promoters Holding.

All Above 4 Stocks are Evergreen Stocks and I suggest everyone to Buy the Above Stocks on Every Decline only for Longterm Investment..

 

 

 

Declaimer: I am not SEBI Approved Adviser and My suggestion on the above stocks are only for Investment, Invest in Above stock after your own Research and take advice from your Investment Adviser. I am not Resposible for any kind of Loss make in above stocks.

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  1. Awesome advise bro and awesome knowledge

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