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These small-cap stocks made a fresh 52-week high on Wednesday.

These small-cap stocks made a fresh 52-week high on Wednesday.
by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

Some of the small-cap stocks made a fresh 52-week high for themselves, indicating relative strength when the overall market traded weakly.

The BSE smallcap index on Wednesday tumbled by more than 2% on the closing basis. Deepak Nitrate, Aarti Industries, IEX, Dixon Technologies and Navin Fluorine put together contributed the most to the BSE smallcap index losses.

The chemical sector stocks featured amongst the top losers in Wednesday's trading session. Speculators and investors started to doubt the quality of earnings of the so-called high growth chemical sector companies. The results of Navin Fluorine were disappointing and that led to investors discounting poor earnings for the rest of the chemical pack including Deepak Nitrate, which led to a frenzied sell-off in the counter- pushing the stocks down by more than 11% in a single session.

Deepak Nitrate single-handedly contributed to almost 40 points losses for the BSE smallcap index which slipped by more than 683 points on Wednesday.

While the advance-decline ratio was in favour of the declines with as many as 2428 stocks declining versus 887 stocks advancing, there were at least 178 stocks that made a fresh 52 week high in Wednesday's trading session. As many as 29 stocks made a fresh 52-week low in Wednesday's trading session. We find that at least 201 stocks hit the upper circuit on October 20, while at least 289 stocks hit the lower circuit.

Here is the list of some of the trending small-cap stocks that made a fresh 52-week high in Wednesday's trading session where the broader markets tanked more than the frontline indices:

Sr No   

Stock Name   

LTP   

Price Gain (%)   

1  

Transport Corporation of India   

561.15  

17.78  

2  

Paras Defence and Space Technologies   

990.4  

10  

3  

AMD Industries   

39.4  

8.09  

4  

Sangam (India)   

244.95  

4.99  

5  

CG Power   

136.85  

4.99  

6  

Bombay Metrics Supply Chain   

131.6  

4.99  

7  

Bodhi Tree Multimedia   

128.6  

4.98  

8  

Digjam   

19  

4.97  

9  

Jindal Poly Investments  

144.65  

4.97  

10  

DB Realty   

44.5  

4.95  

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Multibagger Update: CG Power locked in the Upper Circuit, makes a fresh record high on Wednesday, October 20!

Multibagger Update: CG Power locked in the Upper Circuit, makes a fresh record high on Wednesday, October 20!
by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

CG Power is one of the top multibagger stocks that has multiplied investors wealth several times in the past year.

The shares of CG Power were seen locked in the upper circuit on Wednesday even as the broader market saw a deep correction of over 2% and BSE Sensex corrected by more than 400 points.

CG Power is due to announce its Q2FY22 results today, October 21. The stocks saw an impressive price volume breakout in Wednesday's trading session when the market was clearly in the bear grip.

CG power has been one of the top-performing multibagger stocks of 2021. In fact, it is one of the most promising stories of a turnaround we have witnessed in the past one year.

The share price of CG Power is up by over 446% in the past year. In 2021 alone the stock price of CG Power is higher by 206.49%.

The share price of the company closed higher by 4.99% to lock itself in the upper circuit on Wednesday, to close at Rs 136.85 per share.

The shares of CG Power have been trending recently also due to the company signing a pact with Evie Real Estate to sell Kanjurmarg property for Rs 382 crore. As per the reports, the transaction is slated to be completed before March 31, 2022. As per the term sheet signed by the company it is expected to receive Rs 382 crore in addition to repayment of Rs 20 crore of deposit under dispute. The binding term sheet was signed on October 16.

In the past week alone, the stock is up by more than 17%. In one month, the stock has gained by more than 41%.

CG Power and Industrial Solutions Limited, previously known as Crompton Greaves Limited, is an Indian multinational company engaged in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of products related to power generation, transmission, and distribution. It is based in Mumbai and is a part of the Murugappa Group.

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Telecom Services on the growth track

by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

Introduction of segmented tariff hikes introduced by Bharti would help in rise in revenue with steady margin whereas Jio's growth will be led by continued subscriber growth in 2Q.Bharti Airtel/Reliance Jio's mobile revenue growth to pick up QoQ to 5-7%.Subscriber and ARPU trends for Bharti and Jio may go inversely to each other. This is because Bharti achieve sharp ARPU increase with subscriber declines whereas Jio experience strong subscriber additions with steady ARPUs. Although margins may remain steady.
Indus may come up with profit growth due to margin expansion and higher exit penalties. Indian mobile revenues to grow in 2QFY22 due tariff hikes in the prepaid voice and corporate postpaid segments that were effective from August.subscribers may decline as there is a rise in minimum tariffs in prepaid voice segment. India mobile margins are likely to be up due to revenue growth. 

Subscribers inflow to Reliance Jio

According to Jeffreys Reliance Jio would report a revenue growth. subscribers additions would happen due to JioPhone. But ARPUs are likely to rise due to extra day in 2Q. So Profits are likely to rise.Importangs things to watch are the duration and the dates for further tariff hikes. 

Bharti with a positive outlook

Although Govt's recent moves favours the chances of Vodafone Idea's survival, it may not be able to to shift the market share from Vodafone Idea towards Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio. This along with Bharti's hikes in July should keep revenue growth strong over the near to medium term. According to Jeffreys Bharti Airtel's market share may rise by 340bps to 39% in FY22-24, , driving a CAGR of 16/20% in its India mobile revenues and EBITDA.

Indus Towers to move along steady throughout the quarter

 Core rental revenues are expected to grow due to tenancy growth along with this EBITDA margins also may increase 200bps YoY resulting in 11% YoY growth in EBITDA. Profit also may increase by 21% YoY due to higher exit penalties when compared to that of 2QFY21. Tenancy growth and scale up of alternative revenue streams must be closely watched.

Conclusion

Telecom industry is gaining the momentum in India.It would be a great idea to invest in these stocks with thorough research and due diligations so that we can make our investment decisions wisely.

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Top performing SIPs in the last five years

Top performing SIPs in the last five years
by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

SIPs have become the most convenient way of investing in mutual funds. Recently, they have crossed the Rs 10,000 crore mark.

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) has been gaining popularity among Indian investors. It is reflected in the rise of investment through the SIP route. At the end of September 2021, investment through this route has crossed the import market of Rs 10,000. The reason for such a rise is its convenience in investing. It is an investment mode through which you can invest in mutual funds, a systematic method of investing fixed amounts of money periodically. This can be monthly, quarterly or semi-annual. You can choose the frequency accordingly.

In the last five years, on average 353 equity dedicated mutual funds have generated a SIP return of 21.87%. This means that every Rs 5000 invested every month for five years would have turned to Rs 5.46,255. Your total investment would be Rs 3,00,000.

Following is the list of Top 10 equity dedicated funds based on the last five-year SIP returns. 

Fund Name  

5 Yr SIP Ret (%)  

Point to Point Returns (%)  

Category  

Expense Ratio (%)  

Net Assets (Cr)  

Final Value of Rs 5000 Monthly SIP  

Baroda Multi Cap Fund - Direct Plan  

46.43  

27.22  

Multi-Cap  

1.54  

1,156  

₹ 11,75,069.85  

Edelweiss Greater China Equity Off-shore Fund - Direct Plan  

45.90  

29.68  

International  

1.43  

1,845  

₹ 11,54,777.73  

HDFC Index Fund - Sensex Plan - Direct Plan  

41.43  

21.59  

Large Cap  

0.2  

2,651  

₹ 9,98,428.10  

HDFC Top 100 Fund - Direct Plan  

39.82  

18.18  

Large Cap  

1.15  

21,520  

₹ 9,48,072.40  

Nippon India Large Cap Fund - Direct Plan  

36.92  

19.79  

Large Cap  

1.08  

11,332  

₹ 8,64,467.85  

BNP Paribas Large Cap Fund - Direct Plan  

35.62  

23.96  

Large Cap  

1.01  

1,237  

₹ 8,29,742.57  

Kotak Sensex ETF Fund  

35.46  

21.7  

Large Cap  

0.28  

21  

₹ 8,25,580.08  

IDFC Nifty ETF  

35.18  

21.34  

Large Cap  

0.08  

22  

₹ 8,18,353.18  

Franklin India Prima Fund - Direct Plan  

34.32  

22.52  

Mid Cap  

1.11  

8,157  

₹ 7,96,606.12  

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This Adani stock has turned to become a huge multibagger in 2021

This Adani stock has turned to become a huge multibagger in 2021.
by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

Adani Total Gas exploded with an unreal growth of 625% year-to-date.

One of the most exceptional stocks in terms of generating huge returns for Adani Group has been none other than Adani Total Gas Ltd (ATGL). It has been a top-notch multibagger for its shareholders. If you had invested Rs 1 lakh in the stock, it would have turned out to be about Rs 7.25 lakh in just one year. This is massive wealth creation. This stock has been one of the major reasons why Gautam Adani became the second richest person in Asia.

Is the growth backed by the fundamentals?

For the six months trailing from October 21, 2021, the multibagger stock has performed poorly relative to the first half of YTD. It has generated a return of just about 20% in the last six months and that was primarily due to poor fundamental performance in Q1FY22. Net sales in Q1 stood at Rs 522 crore which witnessed a sequential decline of 15%. The net profit decreased by 4.4% sequentially to Rs 138.4 crore. For the last three months, the stock has been hovering around Rs 1400 levels.

The macroeconomic perspective

India is looking forward to adopting cleaner forms of energy among which natural gas is a popular alternative. GOI intends to increase the use of natural gas to 15% by 2030 in its fuel mix, which currently stands at about 6.2%. Without a doubt, this multibagger company is one of the largest players in the space and investors have implied huge growth opportunities in the current share price.

ATGL is developing city gas distribution (CGD) networks to supply natural gas to residential, industrial, commercial segments and also provide CNG for transport. On October 21, 2021, the stock was trading at Rs 1440, up by 3.2% as of 12:30 pm on the BSE.

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These midcap stocks turned multibagger for Ashish Kacholia in 2021

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by 5paisa Research Team 21/10/2021

While BSE midcap index is up 42% YTD, the top holdings of Ashish Kacholia have outperformed the index.

With an astronomical return of 250% from one of his mid-cap picks, Ashish Kacholia is surely catching the attention of investors.

2021 outperformers of Ashish Kacholia YTD:

1.Ashish Kacholia has a stake of 2.40% in this mid-cap software solution provider company Mastek Ltd. The portfolio worth is Rs 206.9 crore, quantity held is 700,000 shares. The stock has surged from Rs 1,209 to Rs 2,896 in 2021, which in 10 months registered a 140% return. This is the top holding of his portfolio, where he decreased 0.5% stake in the September quarter.

2.The second outperformer is HLE Glasscoat Ltd, he has a stake of 1.40% in this mid-cap glass-lined equipment manufacturing company. His portfolio worth is Rs 128.9 crore, quantity held is 191,602 shares. The stock has surged from Rs 1,933 to Rs 6,830, it registered a return of 253% in a similar time horizon. No change in the September quarter.

3.Third outperformer is Poly Medicure Ltd, Ashish Kacholia has a stake of around 1.70% in this mid-cap medical equipment manufacturing company. The portfolio worth is Rs 152.7 crore, quantity held is 1,600,000 shares. The stock has surged from Rs 509 to Rs 960 in 2021 which is in a period of 10 months registered 89% return. No change in the September quarter.

Ashish Kacholia is known for investing in small and midcap stocks which have given multibagger returns for him. He started his career with Prime Securities and later moved to Edelweiss’ equity research desk. Later, he started his broking firm named Lucky Securities. From 2003, Kacholia started focusing on building his portfolio.

As per the latest corporate shareholdings filed, Ashish Kacholia publicly holds 27 stocks with a net worth of over Rs 1,670.9 crore quoted by trendlyne.

Currently, he is quite bullish in general industrials, software and services, chemicals and petrochemicals industries, around 55% of his portfolio is invested in these sectors.

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