Thursday, November 02, 2017

Today, one of my recommended counters A2Z Infrastructure Ltd at around Rs.37-38, to the Premium Group members, touched Rs.43.30, during the intra-day; before closing at Rs.41.95. The name of the stock was not disclosed in this blog, but was mentioned, as a scrip of price Rs.37-38.

Unitech Ltd today touched Rs.6.85, before closing at Rs.6.75.  The stock will touch Rs.8-9, this time, unless the mid and small cap rally fizzles out. Meanwhile DLF Ltd is doing excellently well having crossed Rs.200, with full power and is now trading at around Rs.207.85. HDIL today touched Rs.61.2, before closing at Rs.58.85. I am looking at targets of Rs.71-72, for the HDIL and Rs.217 for DLF Ltd.

Gammon India Ltd today closed at Rs.7.70, up 4.05%. Slowly the steam will pick up in Gammon Infrastructure Ltd (Rs.3.20) too and both are likely to cross Rs.10 in style.
There were earlier media inputs that Gammon Infrastructure India had worked on laying a four-lane road for Phase III of the IT Park in Panchkula.
The Mutual Funds hold 12.45% while the FPIs hold 5.39% of the shares of the company respectively. Among the Mutual Funds HDFC Trustee Company Limited - HDFC Equity Fund holds 8.82%, while ICICI Prudential Infrastrucutre holds 2.61%.
Among the FPIs, HSBC Global Investment Funds - Indian Equity holds 1.51% while Eastspring Investments India Infrastructure Equity Open Limited holds 1.17% of the shares of the company. It is your mere luck that you are getting the shares of both the construction companies at below Rs.10. You should accumulate the scrip of Gammon Infrastructure Ltd, without fail on all declines.

Kopran Ltd, which was recommended as a Free Call in this blog some days back, today touched Rs.74.40, before closing at Rs.72.45. You can keep holding with the targets of Rs.77-81, which I feel is likely to be achieved by next week. I am expecting the pharma rally to continue for some more time.

I am giving another Fee Call, for regular blog readers: Buy Mandhana Industries Ltd at Rs.7.7 for targets of Rs.11-13. Manish Mandhana, a third-generation entrepreneur, is perhaps best known for his leadership of the Being Human clothing brand, which he launched in 2012 in association with Bollywood icon Salman Khan and his charity ‘Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation’. In just two years since its launch, Being Human — a brand where charity and cutting edge fashion have a symbiotic relationship — has already seen successful international launches in France, Spain, Belgium, UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Nepal and India. Its European distribution is set up in Bordeaux, France and services over 120 selling points across Europe.
Mandhana Industries Ltd has the global license to design, market and distribute the Being Human clothing brand. In India, the brand retails across 200 selling points comprising exclusive brand outlets, shop-in-shops and e-commerce verticals.

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