Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Today's Recommendations
(i) Rotla India Ltd seems to have formed a temporary bottom around Rs.63. Its consolidated net profit has grown 64.4 per cent to Rs 59.21 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2016. The company had posted a net profit of Rs 36.01 crore in the same quarter last year. 

However, Rolta's total income from operations dipped to Rs.846.04 crore in the reported quarter as against Rs 946.14 crore in the year-ago period. 

The stock is slowly moving up after the company gave progress report on the future defence project. Rolta India Ltd had informed the stock exchanges that it has done significant expenses “on a very prestigious and time-bound defence project”, which required considerable ongoing investment. Rolta management is diligently working on addressing the overall situation in a comprehensive manner in consultation with its bankers and strategic advisers. The aim is to arrive at an acceptable solution in the interest of all stakeholders and the Company will be informing all stakeholders at the earliest possible opportunity and is committed to finding a viable resolution. Moreover, since Rolta India Ltd derives most of its operations from the domestic operations, hence it will not get affected much due to Brexit (if any). 

Last month, the company announced that it has won seven year, multi-million pound contract from UK Power Networks to manage and update their spatially-enabled network asset information. UK Power Networks is a major utility company that delivers electricity to London, the South East and the East of England.

The company last year announced that it had won Smart City and 3D Mapping with city modelling projects in the West Asia, for a combined value of around US $ 15 million.

Last year, the exclusive consortium of Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) and Rolta India Limited were selected as a development agency for a more than Rs 50,000 crore Battlefield Management System (BMS) project by the Defence Ministry.


The BMS project, categorised as a "Make" programme under the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), will be one of the largest solutions to be indigenously manufactured for the the country's defence, BEL, a Navaratna PSU, said.

Therefore, Buy Rolta Ltd at Rs.63.50, T: Rs.71, SL: Rs.61.40 (strict). There is not much downside in the counter. 

(ii) Unitech Ltd (Rs.6.25), should be added on intra-day declines. The stock is on an uptrend and soon we will see it touch Rs.12-13. The scrip recently came to the news more due to wrong reasons, though its fundamentals are improving. The Real Estate sector is also expected to see a turnaround in 2016-17. 

(iii) Today there was a block deal on the the stock of Jaiprakash Associates Ltd (Rs.7.83) at Rs.7.80. Yesterday. there was high delivery based buying (41.40%). The company is hiring a consultant to for a quick turnaround. Also, the company would be a major beneficiary of the RBI's new directive on stressed assets. At present there is not much negative news in the counter. One should accumulate, on intra-day dips.

(iv) Lanco Infratech Ltd (Rs.4.70) is one of the companies, who could also get benefited from the RBI's latest move regarding stressed assets. Besides this, the company itself is taking a lot of measures to streamline its debts. You should buy the scrip for a short term target of Rs.9.5-10. This scrip would make new 52-week high soon.

(v) The stock of Adani Power Ltd (Rs.30.50) is also on an uptrend in tune with my earlier recommended Adani Enterprise Ltd (Rs.83). Hold the scrip for a target of Rs.33-34, in the short term.   

(vi) Vedanta Ltd (Rs.127) has almost doubled from my recommended price of Rs.64.40. The stock is on an uptrend and one can hold the scrip with a SL of Rs.121. 

(vii) Union Bank Ltd (Rs.129), today made an intra-day high of Rs.129.50, and hit my 2nd target. One can book partial profits and hold the rest with a SL of Rs.127, for a target of Rs.131-132. 
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