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MoneyMaker

MoneyMaker
Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Please list the top 10 shares with strong fundermentals and preferably the price per share less that Rs. 100/-.

Realistically I am looking to make 20-50% profit in 12 months.

I am sure this post will help a lot of viewers of this excellent Website.

Great Job admin team on the work put on this website so far...

hotstock


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
None of earth can point shares that would guarantee you profits 20 - 50% in future..

If you're new to CSE go for some IPO to startwith that MAY give you some profit..

ShareShares


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@hotstock wrote:None of earth can point shares that would guarantee you profits 20 - 50% in future..

If you're new to CSE go for some IPO to startwith that MAY give you some profit..


JKH was selling above 350 at one time and currently 290. JKH, COMB, DOCK, SPEN, yet to perform after a decline in November 2010 despite producing good financials. BRWN, DIST, SAMB can go up 20 percent. No body can predict accurately however, SAMP, JKH and COMB were heavily traded these days. Liquidity of these shares makes them safe investments.

ShareShares


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ShareShares wrote:
@hotstock wrote:None of earth can point shares that would guarantee you profits 20 - 50% in future..

If you're new to CSE go for some IPO to startwith that MAY give you some profit..


JKH was selling above 350 at one time and currently 290. JKH, COMB, DOCK, SPEN, yet to perform after a decline in November 2010 despite producing good financials. BRWN, DIST, SAMB can go up 20 percent. No body can predict accurately however, SAMP, JKH and COMB were heavily traded these days. Liquidity of these shares makes them safe investments.




High COMB.N turnover today is an early indication of expected better performances in the near future.

Turnover (Rs.) 278,666,816.00
Share Volume 1,032,000

SmartMoney

SmartMoney
Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Difficult to stick to your below 100 requirement & pick up good stocks & nobody can guarantee 20% - 50% gains with the prevailing trends in the market, but I think following shares have high potential to go up in the coming months & years,

HOTEL SECTOR
AHUN
CHOT

DIVERSIFIED SECTOR
JKH
SPEN
HHL

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
BRWN
DOCK

BFI
COMB
HNB
LFIN
LOLC
NDB
SEMB
SAMP

HEALTHCARE
LHCL

POWER
PAP
HPWR

IT
PCH

As an advice I can tell you one thing, do not try to get high returns within few months, Go for fundamentally sound stocks & keep them for long term (at least 1-2 years)

MarketResearch

MarketResearch
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
B & F
COMB
SAMP
LOLC

F & B
BHL
TAFL
GRAN

Diversified
RICH
HHL
JKH

Hotels
TAJ
AHUN

Land
CLND




ruwa925


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@MoneyMaker wrote:Please list the top 10 shares with strong fundermentals and preferably the price per share less that Rs. 100/-.

Realistically I am looking to make 20-50% profit in 12 months.

I am sure this post will help a lot of viewers of this excellent Website.

Great Job admin team on the work put on this website so far...

GREG.N & GERG.W's

Monster

Monster
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
BFI
SAMP
COMB
NTB

BFT
BFL
TAFL

Diversified
RICH
HHL

MANUFACTURING
RCL

MOTOR
DIMO

HOTEL & TRAVELS
AHUN
MARA

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
DOCK

TELECOMMUNICATION
DIAL

POWER & ENERGY
PAP
HPWR

Do study before you take a decision.

Gaja


Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
well its in deed very happy to see that some of the members have hope on the long term investments

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Most of the shares listed above are popular and will do well if the economy and the respective sector does well.

But how safe are they? Will the share price survive a downturn? Strangely, not even one of the above shares features in my portfolio. I guess I am older than most persons on this forum and preservation of capital is more important to me. I have tried to make my portfolio 'recession proof' by identifying undervalued companies.

Are we focusing too much on EPS and PE Ratio? Are we guilty of ignoring net assets per share? Are we overlooking companies with undervalued assets? Think, people!

Gaja


Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
@Antonym wrote:Most of the shares listed above are popular and will do well if the economy and the respective sector does well.

But how safe are they? Will the share price survive a downturn? Strangely, not even one of the above shares features in my portfolio. I guess I am older than most persons on this forum and preservation of capital is more important to me. I have tried to make my portfolio 'recession proof' by identifying undervalued companies.

Are we focusing too much on EPS and PE Ratio? Are we guilty of ignoring net assets per share? Are we overlooking companies with undervalued assets? Think, people!

Well again for me i hold few shares mentioned above, but since u mentioned that none of these features on your portfolio, why don't you share the method you used to identify the stocks if you don't mind, also if you don't mind why don't you u mention a few name of the shares you hold ( don't take it on the wrong way only if you wish just share your thoughts otherwise just ignore it )

I also feel Carg also might bring some reasonable gains in the future.

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Gaja wrote:
@Antonym wrote:Most of the shares listed above are popular and will do well if the economy and the respective sector does well.

But how safe are they? Will the share price survive a downturn? Strangely, not even one of the above shares features in my portfolio. I guess I am older than most persons on this forum and preservation of capital is more important to me. I have tried to make my portfolio 'recession proof' by identifying undervalued companies.

Are we focusing too much on EPS and PE Ratio? Are we guilty of ignoring net assets per share? Are we overlooking companies with undervalued assets? Think, people!

Why don't you share the method you used to identify the stocks if you don't mind, also if you don't mind why don't you u mention a few name of the shares you hold ( don't take it on the wrong way only if you wish just share your thoughts otherwise just ignore it )

I also feel Carg also might bring some reasonable gains in the future.

@Gaja: Remember - When you invest in a share, you are part-owner of the company.

Why do we use EPS and PE ratio? To figure out how profitable a company is (on a per share basis) and, assuming constant earnings, how long it would take to earn that profit.
Why? Because if the company makes that kind of profit in future, the future income stream will justify today's price.
PEG Ratio merely refines that approach.

What's the alternative? Try to identify shares whose net assets per share today are close to today's price. For such shares, the 'required EPS' to justify the share price is lower.

Believe it or not, there are profit making companies whose share price is less than its net assets per share. This is unsustainable in the long run.

Due to accounting reasons, net assets per share does not always consider the full value of assets; try to identify such undervalued shares.

I do not want to promote my companies (i.e. the companies in which I am a shareholder) on this forum; I have already mentioned them in previous posts... Think property, think undervalued investment portfolios.

Monster

Monster
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Antonym wrote:
@Gaja wrote:
@Antonym wrote:Most of the shares listed above are popular and will do well if the economy and the respective sector does well.

But how safe are they? Will the share price survive a downturn? Strangely, not even one of the above shares features in my portfolio. I guess I am older than most persons on this forum and preservation of capital is more important to me. I have tried to make my portfolio 'recession proof' by identifying undervalued companies.

Are we focusing too much on EPS and PE Ratio? Are we guilty of ignoring net assets per share? Are we overlooking companies with undervalued assets? Think, people!

Why don't you share the method you used to identify the stocks if you don't mind, also if you don't mind why don't you u mention a few name of the shares you hold ( don't take it on the wrong way only if you wish just share your thoughts otherwise just ignore it )

I also feel Carg also might bring some reasonable gains in the future.

@Gaja: Remember - When you invest in a share, you are part-owner of the company.

Why do we use EPS and PE ratio? To figure out how profitable a company is (on a per share basis) and, assuming constant earnings, how long it would take to earn that profit.
Why? Because if the company makes that kind of profit in future, the future income stream will justify today's price.
PEG Ratio merely refines that approach.

What's the alternative? Try to identify shares whose net assets per share today are close to today's price. For such shares, the 'required EPS' to justify the share price is lower.

Believe it or not, there are profit making companies whose share price is less than its net assets per share. This is unsustainable in the long run.

Due to accounting reasons, net assets per share does not always consider the full value of assets; try to identify such undervalued shares.

I do not want to promote my companies (i.e. the companies in which I am a shareholder) on this forum; I have already mentioned them in previous posts... Think property, think undervalued investment portfolios.
Good thinking Antonym. But we cannot always consider NVPS to identify undervalued shares. If you take companies like CTC, NEST, LLUB has less NVPS. These companies used to give attractive dividends. Hense NVPS is used to be lower. Different players use different techniques to indentify the undervalued stocks. I used consider NVPS before I invest on a share. But my first priority is EPS, PER and PEG then NVPS.

ShareShares


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@SmartMoney wrote:Difficult to stick to your below 100 requirement & pick up good stocks & nobody can guarantee 20% - 50% gains with the prevailing trends in the market, but I think following shares have high potential to go up in the coming months & years,

HOTEL SECTOR
AHUN
CHOT

DIVERSIFIED SECTOR
JKH
SPEN
HHL

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
BRWN
DOCK

BFI
COMB
HNB
LFIN
LOLC
NDB
SEMB
SAMP

HEALTHCARE
LHCL

POWER
PAP
HPWR

IT
PCH

As an advice I can tell you one thing, do not try to get high returns within few months, Go for fundamentally sound stocks & keep them for long term (at least 1-2 years)


Most of these shares can move upwards during the next 6 months. Investors have started looking for stable, liquid and reliable businesses with good financials, large scale crossings were seen in some of the large cap PLCs mentioned above. Many retailers having burnt their fingers recently look for 20 to 30 percent gain during the next 6 to 12 months. Shares like NDB,LFIN, SPEN,DOCK, AHUN, JKH ,COMB are unlikely to go down as they are selling at the lowest level despite good corporate earnings.

wmdcf

wmdcf
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
plantation sector :
KGAL
HOPL



Last edited by wmdcf on Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:35 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : add header)

Aamiable


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ShareShares wrote:
@SmartMoney wrote:Difficult to stick to your below 100 requirement & pick up good stocks & nobody can guarantee 20% - 50% gains with the prevailing trends in the market, but I think following shares have high potential to go up in the coming months & years,

HOTEL SECTOR
AHUN
CHOT

DIVERSIFIED SECTOR
JKH
SPEN
HHL

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
BRWN
DOCK

BFI
COMB
HNB
LFIN
LOLC
NDB
SEMB
SAMP

HEALTHCARE
LHCL

POWER
PAP
HPWR

IT
PCH

As an advice I can tell you one thing, do not try to get high returns within few months, Go for fundamentally sound stocks & keep them for long term (at least 1-2 years)


Most of these shares can move upwards during the next 6 months. Investors have started looking for stable, liquid and reliable businesses with good financials, large scale crossings were seen in some of the large cap PLCs mentioned above. Many retailers having burnt their fingers recently look for 20 to 30 percent gain during the next 6 to 12 months. Shares like NDB,LFIN, SPEN,DOCK, AHUN, JKH ,COMB are unlikely to go down as they are selling at the lowest level despite good corporate earnings.

TWOD could do well if there is a good outcome.

17Please list the top 10 shares with strong fundermentals (20-50% return in 12 months) Empty CALCULATING PEG RATIO Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:04 am

SmartMoney

SmartMoney
Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
@Monster wrote:But my first priority is EPS, PER and PEG then NVPS.

To find PEG ratio you need to know company's budget plans , future projects , future incomes & projected profits .
How do you find these ??

mark

mark
Expert
Expert
it is good to consider NAV in INVESTMENT TRUST companies..............

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
@mark wrote:it is good to consider NAV in INVESTMENT TRUST companies..............

Yes going by market value/nav is best. Most times their profits are unrealized so EPS is not a good yard stick for them.

20Please list the top 10 shares with strong fundermentals (20-50% return in 12 months) Empty Possible Gems Wed Mar 02, 2011 5:37 pm

soileconomy

soileconomy
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
These are my picks.

Distillaries
Lanka Hospitals
Acme.
Renuka city Hotel
Hotel services
Seylan Bank.
Balangoda plantation.

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