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Saturday, January 19, 2008

BSE smallcap index: Top gainers and losers

If one looks at the BSE smallcap index from the December 20 - that's when the rally in these stocks has started.

 

It has gained about 18% till January 7 and from January 7 when the fall started, it has lost half of its gains - over 10% gains have been lost in the process. The run is not secular all across the stocks there are about three varieties of stocks.   

The first variety is the kind of stocks, which have fallen even during the time of the run and have also fallen during the time of the fall.

 

For instance, Kirti Industries has lost about 16% from December 21 till the January 7 and it has lost about 27% from January 7 till date; and this is in fact at the back of strong result. The net profit was about 472%, the net sales was 60%.

 

The list of stocks such as Geefcee Finance, Advani Hotels, GSFC and other stocks have lost in both the run as well as the fall - so these are the stocks which look the most weakest.

 

But if one looks at the other stocks like GV Films, IKF -these have traced the BSE smallcap stock. They have gained anywhere between 42 to 75%, but they have lost over 25% during the process. The stocks like Kohinoor Broad, Punjab Alkalies, Tamil Nadu Petro - these are the kinds of stocks which have traced the smallcap.

 

While this is happening with these two list of stocks, the third list is of stocks which has been strong both during the run as well as the fall. The stocks like HCL Manufacturing - this has a good result and the acquisition has gone up well with the markets. It was up 42% during the run of the smallcap indices and has gained about 46% in the last ten days and so is the case of Tricom India - it has gained about 12% in the last 10 days. Usher Agro, Vas Infrastructure, Gayatri Projects these are some of the stocks, which have had a good run and looked strong in the market as of now.

 

 

SMALL CAP WEAKNESS

Stocks   (%)                                       Dec 21-Jan 7                  Jan 7-17

Kriti Industries                                  -16                                   -27

Geefcee Finance                               -12                                 -12  

Advani Hotels                                    -8                                  -13

GSFC                                               -7                                  -18

Intellvisions Software                          -5                                   -16

Ray Ban Sun Optics                          -5                                  -14

 

 

SMALL CAP WATCH

Stocks    (%)                                   Dec 21-Jan 7                 Jan 7-17  

GV Films                                         46                                     -26    

IKF Tech                                          75                                    -29   

Kohinoor Broad                                 56                                    -24     

Punjab Alkalies                                56                                    -29     

Tamilnadu Petro                               48                                   -27  

K Sera Sera                                    37                                    -23    

Mysore Paper                                 40                                    -29    

Mro-Tek                                          60                                     -22  

 

 

SMALL CAP WATCH

Stocks    (%)                                    Dec 21-Jan 7             Jan 7-17  

SEL Manufacturing                          42                                     46

Tricom India                                    80                                 12  

Usher Agro                                         48                                 22

Vas Infrastructure                                32                                  57

Gayatri Projects                                22                                  13

Radhe Developers                          62                                   47

Quintegra Solutions                       48                                   21

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  • 3 comments:

    1. Hi,

      Once again after crash Nifty has started going up. Now we suggest all rises should be used as an opportunity to exit old long positions.
      This bull run will continue for few more days. Overall market is in bearish mood as in medium term its just a small rally due to short covering
      and result season.


      Happy Trading,

      ShareGyan

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    2. ALPS INDUSTRIES - Target price Rs 120 in one year

      IPO price Rs 120 (2005)
      Date : 14 Jan 2010
      This script shall go much above the issue price of Rs 120 but you have to hold for at least one year. I think that it should cross the said Rs 120 mark on 21 Dec 2010 when the next round of the climate talks is concluded in Mexico City when many legal bindings related to the enviroment are going to be invariably enforced upon all the countries.

      Alps industries is an environment related company since it deals with renewable cotton.

      And Alps Industries is going to be the biggest beneficiary of the climmate talks since it is going to earn substantial revenue by way of CARBON CREDITS. Also the western countries are already giving preference to companies like Alps Industries who deal with reclycable and renewable cotton fabric. Alps Industris has also tied up with many thousnads of acres of land for organic cotton contract farming.

      Conclusion: Gradually accumulate as much Alps Industries as possible with a one year target of more than Rs 120.

      Note: The recent reduction in profits was due to the increased price of organic cotton but the same problem has now been solved.

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    3. Nice post. Its always better to think before investing money in stock market. Investment should be done in share market but with the aim to increase our funds so speculation should not be the mode of investment. Investors should know why they are investing money in any stock.
      Regards

      ReplyDelete

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