From Rs 32 to Rs 128: This financial service company delivered 292.95% returns in a year!
An investment of Rs 1 lakh would have turned Rs 3.9 lakh in a span of just one year.
Sumedha Fiscal Services Limited is a front-ranking financial services company incorporated in the year 1989. Since its inception, the journey has been extremely focused and demanding. The company offers a wide bouquet of services ranging from Corporate Finance, Equities, Commodities, Insurance, Wealth Advisory, Portfolio Management, Personal Finance, Currency Futures, Investment Banking, and Institutional Broking Services.
On 13 July 2021, the share price of this company was Rs 32.65 and on 13 July 2022, it was Rs 128.30, registering a robust growth of 292.95%. If an investor would have invested Rs 1 lakh in this financial services company she/he would’ve made Rs 3.9 lakh in just a year.
On Wednesday, 13 July 2022, the shares of Sumedha Fiscal Services Ltd made a fresh high at Rs 133.50 on BSE. The company is valued at Rs 102.80 crore in the market. As of March 31, 2022, the promoters owned 49.57% of the firm while non-institutional investors held a combined 50.43% stake. The stock has a 52-week low of Rs 22.
Looking at the quarterly performance, the company has reported net sales of Rs 2.19 crore as against the net sales of the same quarter previous year which was Rs 1.40 crore, registering a 56.41% growth. However, the PAT witnessed a de-growth of 41.10% as the Q4FY22 PAT stood at Rs 0.43 crore as against the Q4FY21 PAT which stood at Rs 0.73 crore.
On the valuations front, the company is trading at a TTM PE of 39.43x against an industry PE of 59.51x. In FY22, it delivered an ROE and ROCE of 5.63% and 9.86%, respectively.
On 14 July 2022, at 11 am the scrip is trading at Rs 124.10, witnessing a decline of 3.27%.
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