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The Slack group at Capital Mind Premium has been extremely active and if you haven’t been there, pop us a note by replying to this email. (If you’re a trial member this probably sound like Greek to you; it will be available when you sign up!)
Awesome discussions again!
A brief summary of some of the interesting things discussed there in the last few days:
Capital Mind has designed proprietary indicators – the MA20 and MA5 – which measure breadth within an index. When these indexes cross back from outside to within the +30 to -30 zone, there’s a trade, and we’ve made serious returns in trading that the last few months.
The MA20 is the Net Nifty stocks above their 20 day moving averages (Number of stocks above minus number of stocks below). The MA5 just uses the 5 day MA instead.
Here’s where we are right now. Nowhere, really:
“SEBI with an objective to restrict excessive price movements in the securities of listed companies had introduced daily price bands upto 20% on the securities not having derivatives products.”
• Retail Clients went long – over 35 K contracts added Tuesday
• Retail Clients ended Net long for the first time in August
• FIIs were net short for the first time in Aug
We had an interesting discussion on how market returns are distributed. Here’s a summary:
• Vashistha brought forward the proposal that markets are random (not that he believes it) from the book A Random Walk Down Wall Street
• The theory is that markets are random and therefore no edge is to be gained by trading versus just following the index
• But there’s a lot of research that debunks this, plus the obvious people like Soros and Buffett
• Average Sensex returns (daily) follow the bell curve
But weekly returns are skewed to one side of the mean:
The P/E distribution has no “normal” distribution:
And the monthly distribution too is not very “normal” with fat tails.
Government is considering giving financial incentives of up to Rs 1.5 lakh on surrender of 10+ year old vehicles to check pollution and address road safety concerns
Candle for August is misleading, since we are only halfway through the candle so far,
As long as any dip to 8330 or 8280 is bought and IF we close higher on the monthly, all dips will be bought:
BEML seems to always have lousy first quarters
Other discussions on the company:
• They share exclusivity with Airbus
• But danger signs:
• They sell and lease back land in Bangalore and record that as exceptional item.
• Then, they repay loans and decide that preclosure fees are one time chargers.
• Then, they take another loan from an NBFC and decide that “incidental charges” are exceptional items.
Taming a mad elephant: Rajasthan will boost minimum government and maximum governance by repealing 150 laws
The Chinese market tanked 6% on Tuesday.
“Dash gave oral instructions to the banks to transfer the money from the BDA account to the temporary bank accounts. Later, through pay order and banker’s cheque, money was invested illegally in mutual funds.”
Recent salary hikes leading to consumer spending to the tune of USD 25-50 billion, phenomenal performance of Yes Bank
CAG reports that Delhi Discoms Inflated their Losses by Rs. 8000cr.
“Discoms are the second largest bad loans on bad books”
Atsi Sheth says, “The reason we have adjusted it down is we have looked at the high frequency data and what we have seen is that the industrial recovery is proceeding but it is proceeding very slowly.”
The study has identified seven stocks which fulfill the criteria:http://rakesh-
Such awesomeness with stocks: Aarti Drugs, Granules, Suven, DCB, Tata Elxsi, Shilpa Medicare and Atul Auto. Most of them have already become multibaggers!
• It is just 950 Cr market cap company
• Competitors: Bajaj, Piaggio and TVS.
• Developing countries will be bigger market: eg: Bangladesh and in India, autos will move to Tier II cities.
Atul Auto CFO’s answers on Concall: http://forum.valuepickr.com/t/
Analysis of Atul Auto Limited:
Q: Will the USD start getting more expensive or cheaper once the FED starts raising rates? The Chinese have devalued the Yuan, so as a counter move the USD must also devalue to nullify the effect of the yuan depreciation?
A: Doubtful. The dollar should strengthen in the long term, but it will have nearly no impact when they do raise, other than a few days of anticipation.
• Coal India: Profits down 8%, Total income up 5%
• JSPL suffers a loss of Rs. 339 cr. this time last year, made a profit of Rs. 418 cr.
• Shipping Corporation India(SCI) triples net profit
• Relinfra suffers dip in profit from last year: Rs. 400 cr. vs. Rs. 457 cr.
• Great Eastern Shipping, Aditya Birla Nuvo (10% up on income, 50% on EPS, YoY) show good results
• Syngene up 26% from issue price
• Ashoka PTE co bought 483000 shares of KSCL today, at 525.67.
• Kaveri Seeds 20 lakh shares marked for delivery; 2.5-3% of equity got exchanged today. 43% marked for delivery.
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