Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Suzlon Energy Ltd as expected moved up today to Rs.23.20, though cooling down a bit during the dying minutes. I had yesterday, tried to draw the attention of the authorities through this blog, so that they inquire for a probable price rigging in the counter, through synchronized selling from various terminal points; following a motivated research report by a brokerage house. My highly placed sources refused to comment on that brokerage report. So, is it a work of fiction or created for the purpose of manipulation of the share price of Suzlon Energy Ltd? I think the surveillance authorities should be more pro-active in stopping such price rigging of counters, post presentation of brokerage reports; to save the small investors, from the clutches of predators. The stock is expected to move towards Rs.29-30, in the coming days, as the company's fundamentals are improving. A company which has an order position of around Rs.39, 000 crore cannot trade at this price of Rs.22.70---Suzlon Ltd being the largest company in this sector, this price is simply a joke. The company has already outlined a plan to solve its FCCB issue. Moreover, any INR depreciation against the USD could give additional revenues for the company, as it get huge business from the overseas. Besides this even if the company is coming with some profit, in Q4FY12, it has done well sequentially speaking as in Q3FY12, it came out with heavy loss---this will also show that the company's fundamentals are slowly improving, which is a great news for the BULLS. Also, according to a Financial Daily, “The cost of wind power is now comparable to that from imported coal and natural gas-based plants, and wind can play a significant role in cost effectively addressing energy security and environmental concerns.” The real wind energy potential in India is well over 2 million MW, according to a recent study of the US based Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. After re-assessing the land that can be used for wind power development, so as to take into account previously excluded lands, Lawrence Berkeley has come to the conclusion that the true potential of wind energy in India is between “20 and 30 times higher than the current official estimate of 102 GW.” It was previously thought that only 2% of lands in windy areas could be used for putting up wind power projects. Lawrence Berkeley found after the study that a lot more land was available even after excluding lands with low wind speeds, lands with slopes greater than 20 degrees and elevation higher than 1,500 metres. The study looked at wind speeds at heights of 80 metres, 100 metres and 120 metres. The study found that 1,629 sq.km of area is available for putting up wind turbines at heights of 80 metres with PLF more than 25 per cent. “The main importance of this study, why it's groundbreaking, is that wind is one of the most cost-effective and mature renewable energy sources commercially available in India, with an installed capacity of 15 GW and rising rapidly,” says Berkeley Lab scientist Mr Amol Phadke, who authored the report. Moreover, chartically the stock look much better than yesterday's close.
Sanguine Media Services Ltd hit the buyer freeze, in the opening trade. Whatever, positive murmurs I  have been hearing during the last couple of days could be correct.  
SAIL moved up by more than 3.5% today, on positive developments. The stock was yesterday recommended by a brokerage house and today, I sent the news to the Paid Group members, when it was trading around Rs.96-96.5. The name of the stock was mentioned in this blog for the Free Members. 
A buy call was again initiated in HINDALCO Industries Ltd at Rs.121-122, as the demand for Aluminium and Copper is expected to remain buoyant in the coming days due to buoyancy in the Auto, Power, Consumer Durables and Real Estate/Construction sectors---the four prime users of the metal. Tomorrow an Aluminum major is expected to declare the results. This time I am expecting it to cross Rs.138-139 mark.
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