Multibagger Small Caps?

ramkasi

Active member
#1
hello alchemist.,i know u don't answer "which are the best stocks to buy":D

So i thought :rolleyes: to ask this Q to U,.

can u please give some small cap names that have strong fundamentals and good future growth prospects...if possible explaining one by one in detail.

i think power and cables are having good future.,so if u decide to start respond to this request then please start with this segment.

I am thinking this bcoz if i invest in this kind of stocks the max. possible loss is only 100% but profit has no upper limit:D

thanks&regards

ram.
 

vasa1

Well-known member
#2
On a lighter, and sadder note, if that is possible, the list of large caps becoming mid-caps becoming small-caps is keeping me petrified. :eek:.
 

ramkasi

Active member
#3
Excellent thought friend, this too important, bcoz it contain a list of stocks to stay away from.

these stocks r "dangerous to health".

ram.
 

Alchemist

Administrator
Staff member
#4
can u please give some small cap names that have strong fundamentals and good future growth prospects...if possible explaining one by one in detail.

I am thinking this bcoz if i invest in this kind of stocks the max. possible loss is only 100% but profit has no upper limit:D
I don't really track many stocks, so can't suggest many besides what we have already discussed on the forums.

ICSA is one that caught my eye today, but am yet to look at the details.

If anyone has some good small cap stocks to suggest, please post here.

I am thinking of buying a few on the next correction...:D.

I prefer low PE stocks with low or no debt....;).

NSE-listed stocks preferred.
 
#5
Tanla Solutions seem to be very attractive at current price. It does not have any debt and a low PE. Did you research this stock, Alchemist?
 

Alchemist

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Staff member
#9
in current market, I would consider companies with market value of less than Rs 200 crore as small cap stocks.
I am actually looking for suggestions on small-cap as well as smaller mid-cap stocks.

To give a number, up to Rs 2000 crore of market value is fine..:D.
 

vasa1

Well-known member
#10
GIC Housing Finance: NSE symbol GICHSGFIN

It is 8.2% of my holding. Dividend yield stock. Not held by any mutual fund :D.

M-cap according to Rediff Money ~ 183 cr.
 
#11
GIC Housing Finance: NSE symbol GICHSGFIN

It is 8.2% of my holding. Dividend yield stock. Not held by any mutual fund :D.

M-cap according to Rediff Money ~ 183 cr.
I think it's give good dividend & Low PE ....

Is it fundamentally Good?

I am very much impressed with Dividend Payout compared with MKT price ... :D
 

ramkasi

Active member
#12
Bhagyanagar India[512296]

cmp at 17 with a 52 wk high of 52 and a low of 9rs/-(Almost doubled from it's low in a few months of time)

having landbank in and around Hyderabad
consistent dividing paying record from almost 1997.
i am expecting at least 20 paise dividend in may09
public holding more than 2 crore shares of a total of more than 7 crore shares.
having debt in balance sheet is nullified by the reserves and landbank i think.
this comes under rea lestate and infra play.

note:Above all are rough figures.this is a high risk high reward stock i think ,and i am not recommending it to any body to buy bcoz there is a risk of losing money involved,
and my previous tracked smal lcaps are buried under the earth.
:D

Alchemist if u think this stock is worthy to invest please throw some more insight on it.

Hai .,man to my knowedge it's 6 month price chart is showing upswing.,am i correct
 
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vasa1

Well-known member
#13
I think it's give good dividened & Low PE ....

Is it fundamentally Good?

I am very much impressed with Dividend Payout compared with MKT pricke ... :D
It (GIC Housing Finance) is a "sarkari" company with the "fundamentals" one can expect from a "sarkari" company. It has given dividend for last ten years. That's why I'm not too worried holding it.
 
#14
It (GIC Housing Finance) is a "sarkari" company with the "fundamentals" one can expect from a "sarkari" company. It has given dividend for last ten years. That's why I'm not too worried holding it.
what do you mean by "sarkari"???

I can See the 10 Years of divident in Rediff.... But in NSE... I can able to see the dividend from 2005 only.... Is it newly listed in NSE or what?
 

vasa1

Well-known member
#15
what do you mean by "sarkari"???

I can See the 10 Years of divident in Rediff.... But in NSE... I can able to see the dividend from 2005 only.... Is it newly listed in NSE or what?
Sarkari in the sense that like LIC, the promoters are controlled by the government.

You can get the last ten years' financial summary here.
 

Alchemist

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Staff member
#16
GIC Housing Finance: NSE symbol GICHSGFIN

It is 8.2% of my holding. Dividend yield stock. Not held by any mutual fund :D.

M-cap according to Rediff Money ~ 183 cr.
looks good at the first glance, but I doubt it can be a multibagger.

housing finance isn't exactly a high-growth area.

also, a few loans will turn bad in this downturn - thereby decreasing the profits and dividend.

nevertheless, the stock still looks undervalued at CMP.
 

vasa1

Well-known member
#17
looks good at the first glance, but I doubt it can be a multibagger.

housing finance isn't exactly a high-growth area.

also, a few loans will turn bad in this downturn - thereby decreasing the profits and dividend.

nevertheless, the stock still looks undervalued at CMP.
On a lighter note, if you watched Friends, Joey & Ross once had a rivalry over someone and they kept saying, "technically" to each other. Well, technically, a two-bagger is a multibagger. I hope this stock gets me a doubling from CMP at some point or the other (before a FD does :D).

Agreed that housing finance isn't a high-growth area. I think it will be positive while other areas may degrow for an indeterminate period.

Let's see where the sixth pay commission money goes...

Re. the bad loans, these guys ruthlessly recover by auctioning the property.

I don't anticipate a severe reduction in dividend but who can tell!

Overall, I feel this stock is a "defensive" with double-bagger potential.
 

vasa1

Well-known member
#18
Bharat Bijlee
Sector: Power and Power Equipment (HV Transformers)

Figures from Rediff Money
(m-cap 254 cr.)
FV Rs. 10
52wk H/L (Rs) 2,450.00 - 301.00
CMP (01/04/2009) Rs. 447.
 

ramkasi

Active member
#19
no sellers for Bhagyanagar India

b/v @ 29

i think i got one thing to smile at last for sharing this on 18th march @17 rs.

buyback story on 9th april.

ram
 
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