5 Interesting Tweet Based Stories of This Financial Year

This financial year is ending with lot of cheerfulness across the market. Let us share some light moments with our readers.

Story No 1

Hongkong based investment banking company CLSA came with a sell call on SpiceJet on later half on September, when it was trading at Rs.65. CLSA has maintained "sell" rating on SpiceJet with a target price of Rs 35 siting that SpiceJet's best quarter is behind us with Q1FY17. .

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Ashish Chugh's Way of Multibagger Journey - Natco Pharma - A Case Study

1. During the early 2000s US-Israel pharma gaint Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd marketed Copaxone® (a 20 milligram daily injection) for the treatment of multiple sclerosis, a disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. The active ingredient of Copaxone® is glatiramer acetate known as copolymer-1. 

To know much much money Copaxone makes, we should look at the sales figure and price of this drug. Annual sales of Copaxone® are approximately US$4.3 billon worldwide and account for more than half of Teva’s profit. Copaxone® is very expensive with many patients paying over US$40,000 (Rs. 26,00,000) per year for the drug. The product is protected by nearly 10 patents issued between 1998 and 2013.

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Why SEBI Banned Reliance Industries Ltd?

The SEBI order, published on its website on March 24, 2017, says Reliance Industries and the 12 other entities violated provisions of Section 12A of the SEBI Act, 1992 and SEBI (Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade Practices relating to the securities market) Regulations, 2003.

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Porinju's EQ buys Wagon Making Cimmco

As per the BSE bulk deal on 23rd March 2017, Porijnu Veliyath managed EQUITY INTELLIGENCE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED bought 212000 shares of Cimmco, a company into the  business of Railway Wagons and Heavy Engineering Projects / Products at Bharatpur (Rajasthan). The trade happened at Rs. 69.95 and the stock hit upper circuit of 20 percent and closed at Rs. 73.5 in BSE.  

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Nifty PE Ratio : Current PE Ratio of Nifty

What is PE Ratio? 

The Price-to-Earnings Ratio or P/E ratio is a ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its per-share earnings. For example, suppose that a company is currently trading at Rs. 100 a share and its earnings over the last 12 months were Rs. 5 per share. The P/E ratio for the stock could then be calculated as Rs.100/Rs.5, or Rs. 20. EPS is most often derived from the sum of last four quarters. While EPS of a company remains the same for a quarter or a year, the stock market price changes everyday and hence the PE ratio also changes.

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Ground Realities are Simply Ignored During Good Times: Samit Vartak

We love people who make sense and talk sense. Here we have Mr. Samit Vartak, partner and Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of SageOne - a PMS offering company with 50% annualized returns from 2010. We feel below thoughts will definitely help our readers to understand some ground realities, when the floor is now crowded with ever bulls!!!

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10 Top Performing Small & Mid Cap Mutual Funds in India

The assets under management (AUM) of the mutual fund industry reached an all-time high of Rs 16.46 trillion in December 2016, according to the data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) and expects to cross Rs 20 trillion this year. Below given are the top 10 mutual funds in India for 1 year time frame, with return as the parameter. Calculated Period: Feb 2017- March 2016.

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Stock Study: MosChip Semiconductor Technology

Moschip Semiconductor Technology is the first publicly-listed semiconductor design services company with over 15 years of extensive design experience across different segments such as consumer electronics, aerospace & defence, networking and telecommunications, mobile communications, IoT and semiconductor industry. The stock had a forgotten history but came to limelight after it was aquired by a company called techwave, a singapore based company managed by Indian promoters.

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5 Takeaways from Howard Mark's Recent Visit to India

Howard Marks is a renounced value investor and co-Founder of Oaktree Capital Management, USA. He has a net worth of $1.95 billion as per latest Forbes estimates. To get things clear to readers, he is considered as a guru by the one and only Warren Buffet. "The most important thing" is his famous book on value investing. published by Columbia Business School. Recently he visited India for the first time and shared his thoughts regarding value investing and his perspective about Indian economy.

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Missed Out Feeling? Put Your Money Via MF: Madhu Kela

In his recent interview to CNBC-TV18, Madhu Kela, Chief Investment Strategist of Reliance Capital advised investors to be part of India's growth story by investing in Mutual Funds. According to Madhu Kela, now the MF industry and the fund managers have matured and along with that the investors also have matured, for example now if there is a fall in the market, investors instead of panicking think it as an investment opportunity.

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Top 20 Mutual Funds In India with Highest AUM

Out of nearly 50 mutual fund houses in India, below given are the top 20 mutual fund houses with highest money allocation, which is termed as Asset Under Management(AUM). Together they cover more than 90 percent of the investment that comes to Indian mutual fund market. Indian mutual fund market reached an all time high of Rs 16.46 trillion as per December 2016 data as per IRCA.

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