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VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
Expert
Expert
I believe as market is going to reach next stages in the coming months and quarters it is wise to prepare for next winning sectors and stocks. This bull market has more legs. We all know some sectors and stocks specially banking and finance and diversified sectors and production and construction sectors have outperformed other stocks so far. Normally major uptrend begins from the banking sector and later it spread to other sectors in the CSE.

Shall we disuses stocks other than diversify banking and finance sector and production in this thread? What would be the most favourable industries in the coming financial year?

Thanks and good luck!

Balanced_Views


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
TKYO will be one of the best performers in the short term.

Last chance to buy.

Bolinger

Bolinger
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
No doubts on TKYO.

Echanneling - with their virtual business model, cost of sales & Overheads are minimum. They are reknown for high div percentage, like 85 cents for 14.50 share. With results coming this will reach 17.50 easily.

BFL, TAFL - this 2 for DEC XMAS season

VFIN - I think this will be excellent share simply looking at their business model. When you come in road just notice car sales....every where you see the Valibel red banner. Punchi car...etc they have opened up small mini branches. To be very honnest I havnt seen any other finance company as aggressive and moving at ground level ad VFIN.I like their bussiness model.

RICH & EXPO - These 2 cant silent for too long

LOLC - too good player to be neglected

PABC , UBC - with all other banks reaching 100. These 2 cant be staying at 24.

UDPL - this has the best EPS on plantation sector. Finlay is having more than 90% of holding. With free float deadline of DEC by CSE, they have to open up more for public.






Bolinger

Bolinger
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Need to add COCR also to my list.
I expect at least 550 million plus profit in this quater with exceeding 1 Billion profit for the year. With takeover on TFIL they should get good into good consolidation level.

Harry82

Harry82
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
VFIN will pass rs 70.00

thankrishan


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Please suggest me the entry price and target price of below stocks???

COCR
BFL
TAFL

Harry82

Harry82
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
COCR - Rs 50.00 (net asset value is only rs 13.26) High Risk

BFL - rs 140.00
TAFL - rs 56.00

gayanath1983

gayanath1983
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
LIOC, TKYO, LGL , SHL, OSEA, SHAW, SINI, SCAP, VFIN, PABC keep in mind..

windi5

windi5
Moderator
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Isnt it better exiting mkt at a right time this month and re-entering next year?.

gayanath1983

gayanath1983
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
windi, i belive market will go up towards the 8000 level on next year. it is apositive sign of investors. will see what will happen

RPPA


Expert
Expert
@Harry82 wrote:COCR - Rs 50.00 (net asset value is only rs 13.26) High Risk

BFL - rs 140.00
TAFL - rs 56.00

Can't value a company with NAV.It's the floor value. Companies are valued on it's future earnings potential.
EX- CTC
NAV 27.91 & Price 1,150 (is it a manipulated price-No)

NEST
NAV 57.16 & S/Price 2,100

So what matters is earnings. Dividend also matters when the company doesn't have any identified projects in the future which has positive NPV.

If new projects are available to invest should expand the business rather than paying Dividends.

gayanath1983

gayanath1983
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
EPS and financil reports gives some aideas...

VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
Expert
Expert
Thank you for your responses and sharing ideas. I am looking for new opportunities after cutting losses in few stocks while keeping future winners. I have noticed you all have some special ability to pick some stocks before others. If we select stocks like that we can ignore charts, short term volatility, market pauses and pullback.

Few of your stocks have appreciated by more than 100% in this major uptrend. It is quite a good achievement. You all are winners in the primary stages. When third and final stage reaches it will be different ball game. I know still you all will become winners. Stay with your strategy. As every sector has risk and returns it is wise to do some home work on that. Some risks are very short term. Similarly some returns also are short term.
.
I know some of you had stocks such as KVAL and LFIN. I bought few stocks after reading some comments. One really worked well for me. We will be great winners if we can keep at least one or two fast appreciating stocks in this major uptrend. During next 12 months we will be able to find few of these types of stocks.

It is the time to do the necessary diligence of new holdings and not chasing everything that comes up is something that I want to be more disciplined.

Finally I think we should follow all of above companies not only during next stages of market but also during next five years. We cannot get great returns by following one or two quarters.

All the best for successful investment and trading in the stock market!

Harry82

Harry82
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
RPPA ,

Dont compare with NEST , CTC.They are highest dividend payable companies.
Compare with same sector.
COCR is financial sector . compare with another same sector company.

gayanath1983

gayanath1983
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
vfin...

RPPA


Expert
Expert
@Harry82 wrote:RPPA ,

Dont compare with NEST , CTC.They are highest dividend payable  companies.
Compare with same sector.
COCR is financial sector . compare with another same sector company.

The key factor here is only dividend. As i mentioned my above post. The key is return on equity (m/value of equity) which goes in line with P/E. When the P/E is low ROE is higher. So high demand for that share.

Ex- NESTLE DIV yield 2.83% & COCR div yield @ the price the dividend declared 2.38%.

So.If looking at industry P/E COCR should be at least 60/-.

gayanath1983

gayanath1983
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
plantation sector has high dividend yeild

bandulawee


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Agree with windi5. All the good shares have reached a peak. At current values EPS and NAV seem to be marginal. With the Holiday season foreign buyers will definitely take a rest and before they do they might take their profits. Its better to wait if you are new player or take profits if you are already there now and get in if there is a dip before the holidays.

Nitro 7


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
The reason that NEST, CTC has a very high PBV is because they always give over 95% of profits as dividends. Sometimes 100% or more. So the calculation will always say a very high PBV.

On the other hand, Return on equity and ROI will always show very high values due to the effects of the same aspect.

So do not give too much prominence to both of these aspects (PBV or ROE&ROI) for NEST and CTC (or similar stocks where almost all of profit is paid back to shareholders every year).

By the way, these will be superstars in the longer term - specially NEST Smile


@RPPA wrote:
@Harry82 wrote:RPPA ,

Dont compare with NEST , CTC.They are highest dividend payable  companies.
Compare with same sector.
COCR is financial sector . compare with another same sector company.

The key factor here is only dividend. As i mentioned my above post. The key is return on equity (m/value of equity) which goes in line with P/E. When the P/E is low ROE is higher. So high demand for that share.

Ex- NESTLE DIV yield 2.83% & COCR div yield @ the price the dividend declared 2.38%.

So.If looking at industry P/E COCR should be at least 60/-.

stockboy


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
greg will reach 25 very soon

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