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1Best stocks for beginner Empty Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 12:44 am

AmateurTrader001


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
Any list of companies to look at as a beginner?
Thank you

2Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:15 am

c.sen


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
for short term . cfvf / cic.x , 
for investment : AEL ,HAYC ,TKYO,TYRE

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3Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 1:54 pm

xhunter

xhunter
Moderator
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If just to analyze and study, following list can be used.


This table had a column which contains the target price , i removed that because this list was from stock broker company , those prices doesn't tally  with my target prices estimations. target price estimated by someone else is not important.  
again, this list is just an example and no need to box only to this list. one more thing , this list CMP is incorrect because it is from the September first week.so other derived values also (ex: BPV) should be adjusted with the current market price. 

Best stocks for beginner Shares10 

pick few, and start fundamental analysis first, and then value estimation, then fair market price range to buy , your target price (of course with assumptions).

then study the business (actually for the target price prediction should be done again after you understood their business again).

Understand the business is not only what they do and how they operate.

for an example if a person who bought LLUB doesn't know the market share with the competitors,
Best stocks for beginner Lubric11
  
  



 if that person doesn't know , the market composition based on usage ,Best stocks for beginner Llube-10

He is not an investor, he/she is just a gambler who entered to market.
If you closely look 73.2% lubricant usage is in automotive industry. so you can assume that at least 50% used as engine oil.
If there is future strong trend that we all started to use full electric vehicles which doesn't have internal combustion engine, so you can imagine that LLUB market will shrink (this is just a demonstration and i don't see that kind of trend in SL, i was talking about hypothetical policy markers  Very Happy ).
That's why i am saying that it is important to understand the business.

This is just an example i pick to demonstrate what the direction should be.

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4Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 2:14 pm

Mithooshan


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@xhunter wrote:If just to analyze and study, following list can be used.


This table had a column which contains the target price , i removed that because this list was from stock broker company , those prices doesn't tally  with my target prices estimations. target price estimated by someone else is not important.  
again, this list is just an example and no need to box only to this list. one more thing , this list CMP is incorrect because it is from the September first week.so other derived values also (ex: BPV) should be adjusted with the current market price. 

Best stocks for beginner Shares10 

pick few, and start fundamental analysis first, and then value estimation, then fair market price range to buy , your target price (of course with assumptions).

then study the business (actually for the target price prediction should be done again after you understood their business again).

Understand the business is not only what they do and how they operate.

for an example if a person who bought LLUB doesn't know the market share with the competitors,
Best stocks for beginner Lubric11
  
  



 if that person doesn't know , the market composition based on usage ,Best stocks for beginner Llube-10

He is not an investor, he/she is just a gambler who entered to market.
If you closely look 73.2% lubricant usage is in automotive industry. so you can assume that at least 50% used as engine oil.
If there is future strong trend that we all started to use full electric vehicles which doesn't have internal combustion engine, so you can imagine that LLUB market will shrink (this is just a demonstration and i don't see that kind of trend in SL, i was talking about hypothetical policy markers  Very Happy ).
That's why i am saying that it is important to understand the business.

This is just an example i pick to demonstrate what the direction should be.

Well done @xhunter ! 👏🏾👏🏾

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5Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 5:33 pm

arunaupendra


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Equity Analytic
https://youtu.be/NB4UYvPmr_0

6Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 5:34 pm

arunaupendra


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Equity Analytic
https://youtu.be/NB4UYvPmr_0

7Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sat Oct 10, 2020 10:29 pm

thananjey


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@xhunter wrote:If just to analyze and study, following list can be used.


This table had a column which contains the target price , i removed that because this list was from stock broker company , those prices doesn't tally  with my target prices estimations. target price estimated by someone else is not important.  
again, this list is just an example and no need to box only to this list. one more thing , this list CMP is incorrect because it is from the September first week.so other derived values also (ex: BPV) should be adjusted with the current market price. 

Best stocks for beginner Shares10 

pick few, and start fundamental analysis first, and then value estimation, then fair market price range to buy , your target price (of course with assumptions).

then study the business (actually for the target price prediction should be done again after you understood their business again).

Understand the business is not only what they do and how they operate.

for an example if a person who bought LLUB doesn't know the market share with the competitors,
Best stocks for beginner Lubric11
  
  



 if that person doesn't know , the market composition based on usage ,Best stocks for beginner Llube-10

He is not an investor, he/she is just a gambler who entered to market.
If you closely look 73.2% lubricant usage is in automotive industry. so you can assume that at least 50% used as engine oil.
If there is future strong trend that we all started to use full electric vehicles which doesn't have internal combustion engine, so you can imagine that LLUB market will shrink (this is just a demonstration and i don't see that kind of trend in SL, i was talking about hypothetical policy markers  Very Happy ).
That's why i am saying that it is important to understand the business.

This is just an example i pick to demonstrate what the direction should be.
xhunter good sharing..

where do you get these mkt infmn? also how to value a company's real value? 
can you take a stock as an example and value it and show us

8Best stocks for beginner Empty Re: Best stocks for beginner Sun Oct 11, 2020 12:47 am

xhunter

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@thananjey
This is the most difficult part. it is even difficult (nearly impossible) to explain in a post.

But i will give you some hints.
first of all we have to find out the financial reports for last few years.
then we should compile information from those reports and arrange them.
at this point we have to adjust some values as well (ex: assume that in report it says NAV is 250, but if we know that they have non performing assets it is up to you to readjust the NAV or go ahead with given NAV).

you have to forecast the future value based on your knowledge about that sector and company and economy.

then valuate at least based on two models. and match it with the other companies in the same sector and adjust it accordingly.

I know that above description doesn't help you.
first study the valuation model theoretical part.

https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/knowledge/trading-investing/stock-valuation/



there are YouTube videos which teach you the above method in detail. just search , there are lot of videos.
example : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugnXFpiUsYo

once you are ok with that knowledge,
just go through this video (LIOC share valuation by equity plus)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztC7FSd9HGY


Then you will understand still there are values that we should forecast.
Then what should be done is , calculate 3 values (low growth , average, high growth).
So if you calculate the value and i calculate the value, then there will be two values, because we give different weights to different factors when we forecast values.

Then try out your self.

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