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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Market Pulse
The Key indices trading with tiny gains in morning trade. The BSE  Sensex is now trading at 33,579.66 up 18.11 points (+0.05%), while the NSE  is now trading at 10,351.75 up 9.45 (+0.09%) points amid mixed Asian cues.

On the macro front, in order to review the Income-tax Act, 1961 (the Act) and to draft a new Direct Tax Law in consonance with economic needs of the country, the Government yesterday, 22 November 2017, has constituted a task force with Arbind Modi, Member (Legislation), CBDT-Convener. Dr. Arvind Subramanian, Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) will be a permanent special invitee in the task force. The terms of reference of the task force is to draft an appropriate Direct Tax Legislation keeping in view; the direct tax system prevalent in various countries, the international best practices, the economic needs of the country and any other matter connected thereto.

Overseas, Asian stocks were mixed. In US, the S&P 500 index and the Dow Jones Industrials Average ended slightly lower yesterday, 22 November 2017, maintaining a soft tone after the Federal Reserve minutes indicated that an interest-rate hike is likely but the pace of future tightening could be more moderate than expected given muted inflation. The Nasdaq Composite Index bucked the broader trend to finish at a record, logging its third gain in a row.

The Fed viewed a “near-term” increase in interest rates as possible but central bank officials also expressed concerns about persistently low inflation, hinting that the bank may dial back its rate increases in 2018. The minutes also showed that several members worried that keeping interest rates too low could create a financial bubble.

US durable-goods orders fell 1.2% in October. Excluding transportation orders increased 0.4%. Initial jobless claims a tool to measure US layoffs, fell by 13,000 to 239,000 in the week ended 18 November. The University of Michigan's latest read on consumer sentiment came in at 98.5, topping expectations.

#Today RCom Ltd touched Rs.14.10, intra-day, which is an excellent opportunity to exit the counter. I still maintain sell on rise strategy on Reliance Communications Ltd, with no visible sign of takeover by the giants in the industry, at least in the short term.

#Today Jai Balaji Industries Ltd touched Rs.14.25. It is now a takeover candidate, after Bhusan Steel Ltd (Rs.74). I am looking for a medium term target of Rs.31-32, as the steel sector gathers momentum.

#B F Utilities Ltd today touched Rs.546,95, intra-day. You can book 75% of profits and hold the rest with a SL of Rs.522. The stock has a strong resistance around Rs.545-553 band.

#SKM Egg Products Ltd today touched Rs.106.45 and is now trading at around Rs.102.40. You can keep holding as long as Rs.96 is not broken on the downside. The egg prices have maintained their uptrend, and this positive effect will be seen in Q3FY18 results.

#Gitanjali Gems Ltd recommended around Rs.66-67, last month today touched Rs.86.45 and is now trading near the days high. You can hold the stock, with a SL of Rs.81, for targets of Rs.87-91.

#Yesterday, a buy call was given on Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd (Rs.14.90) at around Rs.14.45, mentioning that the correction might be over. Today the stock touched Rs.15.15, intra-day. You can still add on declines with short term targets of Rs.17-19.

Today's Calls:
1. Buy GSFC Futures on declines around Rs.142- 142.50, SL below Rs.139.50, T: Rs.146. Book Profit around Rs.144.

2. TATA ELXSI recommended yesterday around Rs.947 has touched Rs.965 -- Book Part Profit.

3. Buy Chennai Petro around Rs.426, SL: Rs.417, T: Rs.441 on T+2 basis.

4. Buy A2Z Infrastructure Ltd at around Rs.37.50-38, for short term targets of Rs.41-42.

5. Intraday SHORT COPPER at around Rs.448.80, SL above Rs.451,  T: Rs.445.30 [Risky Call].  Book Partial Profit in Intra-day SELL call on Copper, CMP 447.20. Trailing SL above Rs.448.80.

6. Buy TVS Motors (CMP: Rs.734.55) on declines around Rs.731-732, SL below Rs.723, T: Rs.746-752. It reached Rs.730.50 intra-day, after recommendation. Hope you have entered the scrip.

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Market Pulse
Indian market opened higher on firm Asian cues and is still maintaining that trend. Sensex is now trading in the green, though in between the stocks pared gains and slipped into the red. Overseas, Asian shares joined the global rally as strong world growth and rising corporate profits lured hordes of investors into equities. US stock-market indexes ended at records and near session highs yesterday, 21 November 2017, finding support on another round of strong earnings, with technology shares leading the way. The Chicago Fed national activity index rose to 0.65 in October from 0.36 in September. Sales of previously-owned homes jumped to a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 5.48 million in October. Meanwhile, Steel-dependent metal nickel posted early gains on Tuesday in both Shanghai and London markets in step with a stronger showing in Chinese steel futures.Nickel is chiefly used in making stainless steel.
I am of the belief that Moody's rally would continue for some more days, as the NDA government continues with its reform agenda. The the BSE Sensex is now at 33,523.23 up 44.88 points (+0.13%) and NSE is at 10,330.50 up 3.60 points. (+0.03%).

Today's Calls:
  • Intra-day: Sell Chennai Petro at around Rs.411.50, SL: Rs.418, T: Rs.402-399.
  • Buy Tata Motor Futures at around Rs.432-433, SL below Rs.428, T: Rs.438.
  • Buy Cummins at around Rs.855, SL: Rs.846, T: Rs.872-879, on T+1 basis. Book part profit at Rs.867...
  • Buy Tata Elsxi at around Rs.946-947, SL: Rs.920, T: Rs.975-985, on T+4 basis.
The stock of SKM Egg Products Ltd (Rs.100.40), which rose from the recommended price of around Rs.78-79 to more than Rs.115 in just 2 days, is currently consolidating. In the last one month, egg prices in the country recorded a huge jump, soaring as much as 40%. Every year, egg prices moves north due to increase in demand, during the winters; however, the rise has been phenomenal.Those who are still holding the shares should put a strict SL at Rs.96. I had asked for profit booking at around Rs.115.

The investors can buy the shares of Jai Balaji Industies Ltd at around Rs.13.50 (BSE) for targets of Rs.29-31, in the medium term. It is now a takeover candidate by established players. Moreover, with June quarter revenue of Rs.538.65 crore, Market Cap of only Rs.130.60 crore and loss trimming down to Rs.38.04 crore against Rs.55.14 in Q2FY17, I feel the stock is a good investment play on the Indian infrastructure sector.

The stock of B F Utilities Ltd, which I recommended on 23 August, 2013 at around Rs.129-130, today touched Rs.527. Congratulations to the long term investors, who are still holding the scrip.

The stock of HDIL, which was recommended few weeks back at around Rs.52-53, is now consolidating above Rs.62, for the next round of upmove. The share recently touched Rs.66, before  correcting a bit. The next targets for the scrip is Rs.72, if it manages to close above Rs.67.50.

Buy the shares of Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd at around Rs.14.45, for targets of around Rs.17-19. Since some days, the telecom stocks are doing well. The short term correction in the scrip seems to be over.

The scrip of Gammon Infrastructure Ltd, which was recommended around Rs.2.90 is doing well today and is now trading at around Rs.3.15. Gammon Infrastructure is a subsidiary of the infrastructure major Gammon India Ltd (Rs.6.87). If you are not comfortable with Gammon Infrastructure Ltd, then you can opt for the the shares of parent company, Gammon India Ltd -- Buy on market dips.

Crude Oil prices rose on Wednesday as ongoing cuts of piped Canadian crude to the United States added to falling U.S. crude inventories, while expectations of a prolonged OPEC-led production cut also offered support. Those who have invested in the shares of shares of Aban Offshore Ltd at around Rs.191 (CMP: Rs.202), can keep holding  for short term targets of Rs.207-209. SL: Rs.96.

Gitanjali Gems Ltd (Rs.80.50) recently recommended around Rs.67, today touched Rs.84.55. Those who are still holding the scrip can book 80% profit and hold the rest with a SL of Rs.78, for the next logical target of Rs.87. Gitanjali Gems Ltd was recommended many times earlier too, below Rs.50. You can search my blog, for previous recommended prices of Gitanjali Gems Ltd.

You can buy the shares of J P Associates Ltd at around Rs.19, for short term target of Rs.21. If it manages to close above Rs.22, in the next couple of days, then we can look for target of Rs.25-26.
Pre-Session: Indices may advance on firm Asian cues
22-Nov-17: Trading of Nifty 50 index futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates that the Nifty could gain 30.85 points at the opening bell on firm Asian stocks.

Overseas, Asian stocks gained on record close for US stocks overnight. US stock-market indexes ended at records and near session highs yesterday, 21 November 2017, finding support on another round of strong earnings, with technology shares leading the way. The Chicago Fed national activity index rose to 0.65 in October from 0.36 in September. Sales of previously-owned homes jumped to a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 5.48 million in October.

Among corporate news back home, Bank of Baroda announced that the finance committee of the board approved the proposal of raising additional equity capital aggregating upto Rs 6000 crore by way of rights issue or qualified institutions placements (QIP), subject to applicable statutory/regulatory approvals. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 21 November 2017.

Key benchmark indices settled with modest gains yesterday, 21 November 2017, as firmness in global stocks underpinned sentiment. The Sensex advanced 118.45 points or 0.36% to settle at 33,478.35, its highest closing level since 6 November 2017. Stocks had gained for the fourth straight day.

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 727.01 crore yesterday, 21 November 2017, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 825.50 crore yesterday, 21 November 2017, as per provisional data.

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Opportunity for Investors
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There is an opportunity for those investors, who want to get a fixed monthly on their investments, away from the hustle and bustle of share market. The schemes, which are from a more than 30 year old company, are as follows:

(i) Invest Rs.5 lakhs and get Rs.49,000 per month for the next 12 months, through EMIs. That is you get Rs.(12*49,000) = Rs.5,88,000 in total, on your investment of Rs.5 lakhs; in 12 months.

(ii) Invest Rs.5 lakhs and get Rs.10,000 per month as Interest (2% per month or 24% in a year) on your investment, for the next 12 months. You will get 12 PDCs of 1 year & Promissory Note  on your investment of Rs.5 lakhs. In this case you are getting Rs.(5+1.2) lakhs = Rs.6.2 lakhs in 12 months.

This offer is initially available only for the first 200 individuals and is open till 31st December, 2017.

For more on this, please contact  me at: 
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Mr.J Dcrus
Financial Consultant,
New Delhi, India.
Jai Balaji Industries: Some Illuminating Facts
According to the Annual Report of FY17
Jai Balaji Group presently generates Power for captive use in three locations, viz Raniganj and Durgapur in West Bengal and Durg in Chhattisgarh, with an installed Power generation capacity of 101.10 MW. It produced 319.69  MU in FY17.

According to the annul report of FY17 , the Company has three wholly owned subsidiaries namely Nilachal Iron & Power Limited, Jai Balaji Steels (Purulia) Limited & Jai Balaji Energy (Purulia) Limited.

Regarding Join Ventures, Jai Balaji Industries Ltd (Rs.13.90) writes in its 2016-17, Annual Report: 
Your Company continues to have two joint venture (JV) companies namely, Andal East Coal Company Private Limited and Rohne Coal Company Private Limited.

#Andal East Coal Company Private Limited:
‘Andal East Coal Company Private Limited’ was formed in 2009-10, in which your Company along with Bhushan Steel Limited and Rashmi Cement Limited are venture partners. The said Joint Venture Company was formed in terms of allocation of Andal Non-Coking Coal Block in the State of West Bengal by Ministry of Coal, Government of India.

#Rohne Coal Company Private Limited:
‘Rohne Coal Company Private Limited’ was formed in 2008-09, in which your Company along with
JSW Steel Limited & Bhushan Power & Steel Limited are venture partners. The said Joint Venture Company was formed in terms of allocation of Rohne-Coking Coal Block in the State of Jharkhand by Ministry of Coal, Government of India.

None of the Companies have become or ceased to be the Subsidiaries, Joint Ventures and Associate Company during the year under review.

Now, at the CMP of Rs.13.90, the MARKET CAP of the Jai Balaji Industries Ld is only around Rs.133.01 Cr, against June 2017 quarter revenue of Rs.538.65 Cr and FY17 revenue of Rs.1,584.70 Cr. 

The cost of making a 1 MT capacity steel plant is around Rs.5500 - 6000 crore. This is a ready made steel plant, available for buyers, away from the initial hassles of all forms (Red - tapeism like licence, environmental clearances, etc).

I reiterate, at the CMP of Rs.13.90, Face Value of Rs.10 and with a debt of around Rs.2768 Cr, the market cap of the company stands at only Rs.133.01 Cr,  

In comparison to this Bhushan Steel’s (which was recently recommended as a buy in front of TV cameras, by a Bombay based operator) total debt stood at around Rs.42,355 crore as of 31 March. At the CMP of Rs.70.25, Bhusan Steel Ltd, has a Market Cap of Rs.1,593.53 Cr and Face Value Rs.2; which means at Rs.10, FV, its share price is Rs.351.

Moreover, the lagging indicators like EMAs more or less  confirm the uptrend in the stock of Jai Balaji Industries Ltd. The share of Jai Balaji  Industries Ltd, one of the largest steel producers in Eastern India, managed to close above its 21D, 50D, and 100D EMAs.  MACD and short term oscillators are also in BUY mode. 

Conclusion: When the Sensex is at 33,478.35 and the future prospects of the Indian Steel sector looks bright (especially with "Make in India" campaign), I don't think there is much risk associated in buying the shares of Jai Balaji Industries Ltd at Rs.13.90; for short term targets of around Rs.21-22 and medium term targets of around Rs.29-31.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Market Pulse
1. Bank NIFTY FUTURES recommended yesterday to  BUY around 25830: Book Profit at 25926. 

2. Golden Cross is in the offing in the shares of Jai Balaji Industries Ltd (Rs.13.65) - next target is Rs.17. Rise in input costs and an improvement in demand, especially from segments like housing, railways and automobiles, led to the firming up of steel prices in the past few months. Moody's Investor Services expects China's steel production capacity to continue to decline. Environmental protection measures in China have forced the closure of inefficient mills and prompted consolidation in the industry, leading to a decline in Chinese exports. This has supported regional steel prices which have firmed up subsequently.
In another significant development, earlier this month, Business Standard reported that JSW Steel was in discussion with Piramal Enterprises for a partnership that could result in a joint bidding for assets currently going through the insolvency process. According to the contours of the arrangement, Piramal Enterprises would provide the funding and JSW Steel the management to the assets once they come up for bidding, the report added. Assets that JSW Steel is jointly evaluating with investors includes Bhushan Steel Ltd, which is currently under bankruptcy proceedings.
The National Steel Policy 2017 aims to increase domestic production of steel to 300 million tonnes by 2030. Given the thrust on increasing domestic steel production and estimates of a rise in demand, National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT)-listed firms are attractive purchases at this juncture where setting up greenfield capacities could mean unending approvals. The NCLT has begun processing cases involving other steel companies like Bhushan Steel and Electrosteel Steels. The three steel companies have a total installed capacity of 18.11 million tonnes. With a debt of around Rs.2,678 crore, Jai Balaji Industries Ltd, is also a potential takeover candidate. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Steel has urged Indian Railways not to violate the "Make in India" policy that requires all infrastructure projects worth more than Rs.500 million to use locally-made steel.

3. Intraday SELL Tata Elxsi Ltd at around Rs.940, SL: Rs.947,  T: Rs.929. Book PART PROFIT around Rs.933.50.

4.  NIFTY Futures recommended yesterday at around 10310: Gradually Book PROFIT at 10360.

5.  SELL Ambuja Cement Futures at around Rs.267, SL above Rs.270, T: Rs.262..

6. The derivative contracts (FUTURE & OPTION..BOTH) for DHFL, DLF, HDIL, ICIL, INFIBEAM, JETAIRWAYS, JPASSOCIAT, JSWENERGY, KSCL, RCOM, RELCAPITAL, JUSTDIAL, TV18BRDCST, have crossed 95% of the market-wide position limit and are currently in the ban period.

7. SKM Egg Products Ltd book profit at around Rs.115 (Intraday high Rs.115.90). The stock which was recommended yesterday at around Rs.77-78, has given around 35% return in just two days, as egg prices sky rocketed in the Indian markets.

8. Buy Titan at around Rs.803-404, SL: Rs.790, T: Rs.823 on T+2 basis.

9. Bajaj Auto Futures recommended yesterday at around Rs.3255-3260: Traders may exit with minor profit at Rs.3267.

10. Gitanjali Gems Ltd recommended at around Rs.67, today made an intraday high of Rs.76.30 and is near the 2nd target of Rs.77. The traders can book some profits and hold the rest with a SL of Rs.72.
2nd target achieved in Gitanjali Gems Ltd as the stock made an intra-day high of Rs.77.40.

11.  Buy Wockhardt Pharma at around Rs.742, SL: Rs.725, T: Rs. 765-774 on  T+2 basis. 
Pre-Session: Market may extend recent gains on firm Asia
21-Nov-17:  Trading of Nifty 50 index futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates that the Nifty could gain 29 points at the opening bell on firm Asian stocks.

Overseas, Asian stocks gained as investors took heart from further evidence of strength in the global economy. US stock market closed higher yesterday, 20 November 2017, as investors continued to focus on corporate earnings and prospects for tax cuts. The leading economic index surged 1.2% in October and suggested no letup in a steadily growing US economy with the end of the year fast approaching.

Back home, key benchmark indices settled with tiny gains after a range-bound and lackluster session of trade yesterday, 20 November 2017, amid mostly lower global stocks. The Sensex rose 17.10 points or 0.05% to settle at 33,359.90, its highest closing level since 6 November 2017. Indices extended gains for third straight day.

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 358.74 crore yesterday, 20 November 2017, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 613 crore yesterday, 20 November 2017, as per provisional data.

Among corporate news, shares of NBCC (India) and Simplex Infrastructures will be in focus. NBCC (India) said it has awarded the contract for construction of various buildings for IIT Bhubaneswar at Bhubaneswar and its extended campus to Simplex Infrastructures, Kolkata for about Rs 524.12 crore with completion period of 15 months. NBCC will get project management consultancy fee on the same. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 20 November 2017.

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Today's Calls
1. Buy Nifty Futures on declines around 10290, SL: 10255,  T: 10332.....Book PARTIAL PROFIT around 10320. Book PARTIAL PROFIT around 10333. Target Achieved!!  

2. Intraday SELL Ambuja Cement at around Rs.268-268.50, SL: Rs.272, T: Rs.265-264. Book PARTIAL PROFIT at around Rs.265.80. 2nd target almost achieved at Rs.264.

3. Buy SKM Egg Products Ltd at around Rs.77--78, for short term target of Rs.87-91. Started in 1995 in collaboration with Belovo- Belgium, SKM produces Whole Egg powder, Egg Yolk powder, Egg Albumen (Egg White) powder and liquid eggs. Its customers are mainly Bakeries and FCMG companies. SKM combined the technical know-how obtained from Belovo with its own three decade long experience in the poultry industry to build the SKM brand. SKM products are exported to Europe, Japan, Middle East, Russia, Africa and Southeast Asia. SKM has sales offices in Netherlands, Japan and Russia. 
Only 3 (three) players exist in India, who are into this business with high entry barrier ie; SKM, Venky’s and Ovobel. The stock has hit the 20% upper circuits at Rs.97.80 in the NSE.

4. Moody's Investors Service has withdrawn debt-laden Reliance Communications Ltd's corporate family rating, citing a missed scheduled payment related to the company s dollar bond. "Moody's has today withdrawn Reliance Communications' (RCom) Ca corporate family rating (CFR) and its negative outlook. At the same time, Moody's has also withdrawn the Ca rating on RCom's senior secured notes," a Moody's statement said. I have asking all to stay away from this scrip since Rs.17-21. I feel after this downgrade the scrip of RCom Ltd (Rs.11.65) can go below Rs.9; unless some companies come and takes stake in it.

5. Net Loss of Mandhana Industries came as Rs.118.90 crore in the quarter ended September 2017 as against net loss of Rs.193.93 crore during the previous quarter ended September 2016. Long term investors can buy the shares of the company at around Rs.7.45, for targets of Rs.11-14.

6. Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd could hit the upper circuits today. Today morning, it came out of the Upper Circuits and is now trading around Rs.15.45. Don't sell in a hurry.

7. Medium term investors can buy the shares of Jai Balaji Industries Ltd at around Rs.13.30, for targets of Rs.21-22. The company is making lot of efforts to come out of the debt. Meanwhile, the steel ministry has notified that preference will be given to locally made steel for procurement by the government and public sector undertakings. Rise in input costs and an improvement in demand, especially from segments like housing, railways and automobiles, led to the firming up of steel prices in the past few months. Moody's Investor Servies expects China's steel production capacity to continue to decline. Environmental protection measures in China have forced the closure of inefficient mills and prompted consolidation in the industry, leading to a decline in Chinese exports. This has supported regional steel prices which have firmed up subsequently.

8. Aggressive Traders can BUY Bajaj  Auto- FUT at around Rs.3255-3260, SL: Rs.3230, T: Rs.3292.

9. Intraday BUY ZINC around Rs.207,  SL below Rs.206.30,  T: Rs.208.  Book PROFIT in ZINC at CMP 207.75.

10. Intraday BUY NATURAL GAS at around Rs.198, SL below Rs.196, T: Rs.201.50.

11. Buy Bank Nifty  FUTURES on declines at around 25830, SL below 25760, T: 25950.
Indices may edge lower on weak Asia
20-Nov-17: Key indices may edge lower in early trade tracking weakness in Asian stocks. Trading of Nifty 50 index futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates that the Nifty could fall 7.50 points at the opening bell.

Overseas, most Asian stocks declined pressured by a retreat on Wall Street on Friday, 17 November 2017, amid tax reform uncertainty. Japan's export growth held steady in October. Ministry of Finance (MOF) data showed that exports rose 14% year-on-year in October.

US stocks finished the week on Friday, 17 November 2017 on a subdued note, as worries over US tax reform and a delay of the promises cut in corporate taxation, weighed on investors' minds.The US House of Representatives passed their version of a tax overhaul bill that would cut corporate taxes last week, but the Senate continued to wrangle over its rival tax bill, with investors uncertain about whether Congress will be able to reach a compromise.

Among corporate news back home, engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) will be watched after winning an order. The heavy civil infrastructure business vertical of L&T Construction bagged a major order worth Rs 8650 crore from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) for the construction of Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), packages 01 and 03. The project involves construction of a 21.80 Km bridge connecting Mumbai mainland with Navi Mumbai. The project has been bagged against stiff competition from renowned international and domestic companies. The announcement was made on Saturday, 18 November 2017.

IndusInd Bank and Yes Bank will be included in the S&P BSE Sensex, while Cipla and Lupin will be excluded from the benchmark index. The changes are effective at the open of Monday, 18 December 2017.

IT major Infosys said its Rs 13000 crore buyback offer will open on 30 November 2017 and end on 14 December 2017. The offer will see the company buying back over 11.30 crore shares at Rs 1150 each. The announcement was made after market hours on Friday, 17 November 2017.

IT major Wipro said its Rs 11000 crore buyback offer will open on 29 November 2017 and end on 13 December 2017. The offer will see the company buying back over 34.37 crore shares at Rs 320 each. The announcement was made after market hours on Friday, 17 November 2017.

Meanwhile, the stock market registered modest gains, extending previous session's gains on Friday, 17 November 2017, after rating agency Moody's Investors Service upgraded sovereign rating of India a notch above investment grade after a long gap of 14 years. The Sensex advanced 235.98 points or 0.71% to settle at 33,342.80, its highest closing level since 7 November 2017.

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 1276.62 crore on Friday, 17 November 2017, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) also bought shares worth a net Rs 1466.94 crore on Friday, 17 November 2017, as per provisional data.

Oil rebounded more than 2% on Friday after falling for five straight session as a major US crude pipeline was shut and traders anticipated an OPEC deal to extend curbs on production.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Opportunity for Investors
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There is an opportunity for those investors, who want to get a fixed monthly on their investments, away from the hustle and bustle of share market. The schemes, which are from a more than 30 year old company, are as follows:

(i) Invest Rs.5 lakhs and get Rs.49,000 per month for the next 12 months, through EMIs. That is you get Rs.(12*49,000) = Rs.5,88,000 in total, on your investment of Rs.5 lakhs; in 12 months.

(ii) Invest Rs.5 lakhs and get Rs.10,000 per month as Interest (2% per month or 24% in a year) on your investment, for the next 12 months. You will get 12 PDCs of 1 year & Promissory Note  on your investment of Rs.5 lakhs. In this case you are getting Rs.(5+1.2) lakhs = Rs.6.2 lakhs in 12 months.

This offer is initially available only for the first 200 individuals and is open till 31st December, 2017.

For more on this, please contact  me at: 
#suman2005s@rediffmail.com or 
#sumanm2007s@gmail.com on behalf of:

Mr.J Dcrus
Financial Consultant,
New Delhi, India.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Today's Calls
1. Buy Gammon Infrastructure Ltd at around Rs.2.95, for a target of Rs.5.
2. Intra-day SELL Rajesh Exports Ltd at around Rs.755, SL: Rs.763, T: Rs.746-741
Jai Balaji Industries Ltd: Buy
CMP: Rs.13
Market Cap: Rs.126.27 crore
Jai Balaji Industries Ltd, the flagship company of Jai Balaji Group is one of the largest steel producers in the private sector in Eastern India. The company is an integrated steel manufacturer. Their products includes sponge iron, pig iron, reinforcement steel TMT bars, alloy and mild steel ingots & wire rod and carbon, alloy & mild steel heavy rounds. They are having five manufacturing facilities located at Durgapur and Raniganj in West Bengal and Durg in Chhattisgarh.

The company also manufactures Thermex TMT Bars, under the brand name Balaji Shakti, which is a respected name among civil contractors and real estate developers for quality steel. In addition, they have supplied steel to various projects of National importance undertaken by National Hydro-Electric Power Corporation Ltd., National Highway Authorities of India, etc.

Jai Balaji Industries Ltd was incorporated in the year 1999 as Jai Balaji Sponge Ltd. The company set up their first Mini DRI Plant in West Bengal. In the year 2000, they established their first sponge iron plant with the initial capacity of 50 tonnes per day. 

In September 2005, the company commissioned a power plant with installed capacity of 12 MW per annum and a ferro alloy plant with installed capacity of 30,000 MT per annum at Ranigunj in West Bengal.

During the year 2006-07, the company increased the capacity of steel bars/rods by 180,000 tonne per annum and billet/MS ingots by 58,806 tonne per annum. 

In addition, they commissioned a 40 MW captive power plant during the year. Shri Ramrupai Balaji Steels Ltd amalgamated with the company with effect from April 1, 2006, which had a sponge iron plant with the capacity 120,000 tonne per annum, blast furnace with the capacity 80,500 tonne per annum, steel bars/rods with the capacity 80,000 tonne per annum and billet/MS ingots with the capacity 176,418 tonne per annum.

In March 2007, the company commissioned the blast furnace with the installed capacity of 28,750 MT per annum to produce pig iron. They changed the name of the company from Jai Balaji Sponge Ltd to Jai Balaji Industries Ltd with effect from June 22, 2007.

During the year 2007-08, the company acquired the steel division of HEG Ltd in Chhattisgarh having a sponge iron plant with the capacity of 120,000 MT per annum, steel-melting shop with the capacity of 100,000 MT per annum and a 12.8 MW captive power plant.

In October 2007, the company acquired 100% shareholding of Nilachal Iron & Power Ltd in Jharkhand having a sponge iron plant with the capacity of 100,000 MT per annum.

In September 15, 2008, the sinter plant at Durgapur with the installed capacity of 6.08 lakh MTPA commenced its production and in March 18, 2008, the electric arc furnace plant at Durgapur with the installed capacity of 4.33 lakh MTPA commenced its production. 

The company commissioned ferro alloy plant with a capacity of 0.25 lakh MTPA and started trial production with effect June 02, 2009.

Market likely to see tepid opening
16-Nov-17: Market is likely to see a tepid opening amid mixed global cues. Trading of Nifty 50 index futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates that the Nifty could gain 8 points at the opening bell.

Overseas, Asian stocks edged higher, shrugging off the softer lead from Wall Street. US stocks closed lower yesterday, 15 November 2017 as the current bull market showed signs of slowing down. The International Energy Agency (IEA) slashed its outlook for oil demand growth by 100,000 barrels per day for 2017 and 2018.

Closer home, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 381.42 crore yesterday, 15 November 2017, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 869.09 crore yesterday, 15 November 2017, as per provisional data.

Among corporate news, ONGC will be watched. With reference to media report titled Venezuela likely to go bankrupt in a day, ONGC clarified that its wholly-owned subsidiary, ONGC Videsh (OVL), is implementing the 'San Cristobal Oil Field Project' in Venezuela. Consequent to the agreements signed in November 2016, Petröleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA) has paid $88 million out of $537 million and the outstanding amount of dividend as of now is about $449 million.

A high level delegation from OVL held meetings with HE Eulogio Del Pino, Minister of Petroleum, Venezuela and Nelson Martinez, President, PdVSA on 9th and 10th November 2017 for compliance with the agreements signed in November 2016. OVL has been assured that PdVSA is committed to these agreements and payments will be made through existing offtaker channels or through new agreements with the Government owned refineries and accordingly the investment in Venezuela will be protected. ONGC issued the clarification after trading hours yesterday, 15 November 2017.

Market dropped for the third straight session yesterday, 15 November 2017 on weak global cues. The Sensex had fallen 181.43 points or 0.55% to settle at 32,760.44, its lowest closing level since 24 October 2017.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Market Pulse
Weakness continued on the  Indian bourses in early afternoon trade, as both the benchmark indices fell.  On the macro front, data released by the government after market hours yesterday, 14 November 2017 showed that India's trade deficit widened to $14.01 billion in October 2017 as against the deficit of $11.13 billion during October 2016. Exports fell 1.1% in October while imports grew by 7.6%.

Meanwhile, as expected Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd hit the buyer freeze today at Rs.14.05. Hope you have taken position in the scrip either yesterday or today morning!!

Today's Calls:
1. Buy Nifty Futures around 10175, keeping a SL below 10135; T: 10220.
2. Intraday sell PFC around Rs.122.50, SL: Rs.124.5, T: Rs.119.50.
3. Buy BANK NIFTY FUTURES on declines around 25340, SL below 25270, T: 25450.
    EXIT around 25360.

Videocon Industries Ltd hit another buyer freeze today at Rs.14.80. The stock was trading around Rs.230-240 during the end of 2012. The fall in the price of the stock started from the beginning of 2013.  You can look for short term targets of Rs.18-21.  

RCom Ltd today made a low of Rs.10.70 and is now trading around Rs.11. An exit was prescribed at around Rs.17-21 and the stock could be heading towards Rs.9.

HDIL today made a low of Rs.56.10 and a high of Rs.59.75. Hope you booked complete profit and exited the counter.

J P Associates Ltd made a high of Rs.20.65 today, which is near Rs.21. So, applying my formula you should book complete profits and wait for the dips to enter again.. 

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

WINNING STROKES
Videocon Industries Ltd hit the buyer freeze today, with reasonably good volumes at Rs.14.15. Recently, there were media reports that Everstone is all set to acquire the Kenstar home appliances brand from the company.  Moreover, one of its subsidiaries, Videocon Telecommunications Ltd (VTL) is falling back on its old skill as electronic hardware maker to climb out of its debt trap. It now wants to manufacture and market surveillance equipment like webcams and is targeting a revenue of Rs.1,050 crore by 2021. The parent company Videocon Industries had invested Rs 7,500 crore in Videocon Telecommunication Ltd (VTL) by the end of FY17. I am expecting few more upper circuits in the coming days.

Jai Balaji Industries Ltd closed at Rs.13.65, up 1.87% in the NSE. The steel sector is all set to do well, due to NDA government's stress on infrastructure projects.

Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd (Rs.13.40) is in the highly  oversold zone and a bounce is expected very soon. The company is functioning as usual, and perhaps it is the work of the operators. I think the regulators should take note of the same and take effective measures to stop stock manipulation by vested groups.

Today, Gitanjali Gems Ltd (Rs.71.25) reached its first target of Rs.72 (intra-day high Rs.72.90). 3rd and 4th quarters are generally good for the gems and jewelry sector. 

Anil Ambani's flagship telecom venture, RCom Ltd today closed below a key support level at Rs.11.55. I have already  prescribed an exit from the stock at around Rs.17-21, when it rose due to some spot news. I feel it is heading towards Rs.9, in the coming days.

HDIL today closed at Rs.59.55 after moving to Rs.60.80, intra-day. The stock is finding difficulty to closed above Rs.63. The short term traders can book profits and wait for a close above Rs.62.

On the macro front, data released by the NDA government during market hours today, 14 November 2017 showed that the annual rate of inflation, based on monthly wholesale price index (WPI), jumped to 3.59% (provisional) for the month of October 2017 as compared to 2.6% (provisional) for the previous month and 1.27% during the corresponding month of the previous year.

Data released by the government after market hours yesterday, 13 November 2017 showed that India's inflation based on consumer price index (CPI) has accelerated to 3.58% in October 2017, mainly driven by higher prices of food and fuel. In September, the CPI inflation was 3.28%.