1. Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd:

About the company: Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd is engaged in the business of implementing various types of Rail infrastructure projects assigned by MoR including doubling, gauge conversion, new lines, railway electrification, major bridges, workshops, Production Units and sharing of freight revenue with Railways as per the concession agreement entered into with Ministry of Railway

Positives:
- RVNL has delivered good profit growth of 24.2% CAGR over the last 5 years
- RVNL has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 32.3%
- RVNL’s working capital requirements have reduced from 92.3 days to 20.9 days
- Company with Zero Promoter Pledge    
- FII / FPI or Institutions increasing their shareholding

Negatives:
- The earnings of RVNL include an other income of Rs.1,003 Crores.
 

2. Union Bank of India:

About the company: Union Bank of India is engaged in the Business of Banking Services, Government Business, Merchant Banking, Agency Business Insurance, Mutual Funds, Wealth Management, etc.

Positives:
- The bank’s stock is trading at 0.79 times its book value
- The bank has delivered good profit growth of 57.3% CAGR over the last 5 years
- Increasing profits every quarter for the past 4 quarters    
- Increasing Revenue every quarter for the past 3 quarters

Negatives:
- Inefficient use of capital to generate profits - RoCE declining in the last 2 years

 

3. National Aluminium Company:

About the company: National Aluminium Company Limited is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling Alumina and Aluminium. The Company is the lowest-cost producer of metallurgical grade alumina in the World and the lowest-cost producer of Bauxite in the world.

Positives:
- NALCO is almost a debt-free company.
- NALCO’s stock is trading at 1.19 times its book value
- NALCO has delivered good profit growth of 33.5% CAGR over last 5 years
- The company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 97.4%
- Company with Zero Promoter Pledge    
- FII / FPI or Institutions increasing their shareholding

Negatives:
- MFs decreased their shareholding last quarter
- Decline in Quarterly Net Profit with falling Profit Margin (YoY)

 

4. Steel Authority of India:

About the company: Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) is one of the largest steel-making companies in India and one of the Maharatnas of the country's Central Public Sector Enterprises.

Positives:
- SAIL is trading at 0.71 times its book value
- SAIL’s Stock is providing a good dividend yield of 9.53%.
- The company has delivered good profit growth of 47.7% CAGR over the last 5 years
- The company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 19.1%
- SAIL’s Debtor days have improved from 37.4 to 16.8 days.

Negatives:
- The company is having Contingent liabilities of Rs.42,323 Crores.
- SAIL’s Promoter holding has decreased over the last 3 years at -10.0%

 

5. NCC LTD:

About the company: ​​​​​​​NCC Ltd. is engaged in the infrastructure sector, primarily in the construction of industrial and commercial buildings, roads, water supply and environment projects, mining, power transmission lines etc. 

Positives:
- NCC is trading at 1.01 times its book value
- Strong Annual EPS Growth    
- Company with Low Debt
- Company with decreasing Promoter pledge    
- FII / FPI or Institutions increasing their shareholding

Negatives:
- The company has delivered a poor sales growth of 4.35% over the past five years.
- NCC’s Promoter holding is low at 22.0%
 

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