After Ghostly October its December pain now…..

IWaiting GirlOctober was perceived to be a weak month for the markets based on past records, while it went on to be a fairly good month. Whereas November took a marginal hit & now comes the December pain. In the last 5 years, 2 years in December was negative. So, will this year turn out to be a weak one for our markets?
Now the dynamics have taken a different shape. December has a lot of events which will make the markets swing on both directions. Some important news flow are expected on the implementation of GST and FED interest rate hike and it is most likely that in December the markets are going to be volatile. SENSEX should re-test the 25100 levels reached in August to gain strength before any rally can happen, which has a fairly good chance to occur in December.
After the Bihar election results, the government at the center has an urgent need to bring some reforms into action, while the support at the Rajya Sabha to do that, will not let it happen smoothly. So, GST may or may not happen in the winter session of the parliament. This can be tricky on the markets.
Raguram Rajan has cleared that there is not going to be any positive surprise from his side in the December policy review, which is now confirmed that there is not going to be any good news to the markets from this front.
Gold Bonds, the brainchild of Rajan, did see some good take off with about ₹917 crores on investment coming in, over a period this product will gain some market share which is a very good change for our country as we need not import Gold and that much of FOREX is saved, boosting the Current Account Deficit numbers.
Again the FED issue is getting into limelight, with the jobs data in the US markets showing strength, there are fairly good chances that the FED will hike interest rates. As of now FII’s are on the side-lines having the positive expectation on the FED meet, which if interest rates are increased, though will not cause a bigger impact to our markets as the FII’s have already sold off. While on the other hand if the decision gets postponed or has come confirmation that it is going to be delayed, then, we should look at some inflows from the Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI’s). With the domestic institutions already having a strong hand on the markets, any support from the FPI front will give an additional strength to the markets.
So, it is confirmed that there is a lot of confusion prevailing at the moment and the line of resistance in on the down side. If it so happens, which has a fairly good chance, it is good for the markets as it will build the strength required and move up. And this base building will not happen in a hurry; it will take its own time which, in the process will kill patience of traders and investors, who got into the market in the later part of the 2014-15 rallies.
Weaker hands in the market should get moved out to have a strong rally.

With such confusion prevailing what can happen to investments?
Our market is in a clear bull market trend, so all the corrections and consolidations are an advantage to accumulate on the investments, while it will require smart decisions. There are a good number of businesses which are very attractive based on their earnings, these stocks will move up and give opportunities to profit.
Pharma, NBFC, Textiles and some select technology stocks will have good runs in the coming month. Whereas the large cap stocks that form the broader indices like the SENSEX and NIFTY will have pressure. Banking is weak and is not in a hurry to run up. Metals are still weak, which might see some more consolidation and down ward pressure.
Stock investments are going to be volatile in performance; even the Equity Mutual Funds will have pressure on their performance. Baring few schemes like the ICICI Prudential Exports, which has a very dynamic portfolio, holding on to the best stocks.

Results of the September quarter was muted, sales growth was sluggish which did not bring out any businesses worthy of investment, some existing ones that were in the growth phase continue to hold on to their performance, while some prominent ones like Eicher Motors, Page Industries which had been commanding a major share of long term investment portfolios have moved out following slowdown in their business growth. These are stocks that have given its investors more than 1000 percent profits in the last 5 to 6 years and now it is correction time for them.
In the Pharma sector, front line stocks have taken a very big hit following USFDA issues, Dr. Reddy’s has lost more than 35% of its value in 2 weeks from the time the US authorities began questioning them. While bigger players have been losing the mid-caps in this segment are doing well. Stocks like Alembic Pharma, Aurobindo Pharma, Cadila etc., are getting more exposure in portfolios.

How is 2015 likely to end for the Indian Stock markets?
So far from January 2015, the major indices like the SENSEX are down about 4% and with no big booster dose available in the month of December, SENSEX is likely to close negative for 2015. After a gain of 40+ percentage in 2014, the very next year getting into Red is of a concern to the long term trend of our country.
One good advantage with a prolonged correction or consolidation as it should be fairly called, since the markets have begun to consolidate after a pretty strong rally is that the break out from the consolidation will have a higher chance of going into another very strong rally. With the prevailing economic conditions and the way India is positioned among the global markets, we will have some more super strong growth years to experience.

How is BTT portfolio placed in the markets now?
Before the markets began to consolidate, the SENSEX reached its peak in April 2015, while our portfolio held on to its strength, reached a new peak in August, just before the Chinese market crisis, which showed that our portfolio was stronger than the SENSEX. As soon as the correction set in, we had a slew of exits from the investments which had given substantial gains and have begun to get slow on their growth, in our portfolio which brought down our exposure in the markets by 25%. Our performance for 2015 has mimicked the SENSEX.
Now, there is a question, with a strong portfolio and reduced exposure, why are we not outperforming the indices?
The stocks that form our portfolio are super strong on their fundamental strength, due to which the price increase was very high. We have stocks that have generated triple digit growths on their stock prices within 2-3 months from the date of our investment. Such high growth in price have the tendency to correct faster too when the whole market gets subdued, due to which the impact on the performance is high. This impact should have normally caused under perform to under perform the broader markets, while it was not. The reason that we are at par with the index in performance was due to the reduction in exposure.
September results did not bring out new investment opportunities and with the subdued sentiment in the markets even in the festive season, January results are also not likely to show any big surprises. We will be adding new investments only when the companies begin to report good numbers and until then, we will be light on exposure giving the best possible safety to the capital invested.

When will the market go up?

ConsolidatePost China crisis, our stock markets have moved into correction mode. There were continuous challenges in the form of disturbances like the Volkswagen scandal, Bihar election results, attack on Paris along with the regular nuances like the FED rate hike and the selling by the Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI) in our markets, which has almost become like a monthly issue.

In October, there was the fear of the FED hiking interest rates which got postponed to December, now the fear has come back again on the thoughts that, whether there will be a re-thinking by Yellen. And every time there is this news about the interest rate hike, it gets followed by the withdrawal of the FPI’s from our market. We have been so much at the mercy of foreign investors to support our market; a small change in their thought itself creates a downturn in our markets. As an emerging market, we have got used to this foreign investment to support our markets.

While in reality, the present situation in our markets has taken a different direction. Dependency on foreign money to move our markets are slowly coming to an end. From the data that is available it is clearly visible that the foreign support is no more required for our markets. In the April to October period, domestic institutions and retail investors have bought stocks worth 51000 Crores, on an average the domestic funds are buying stocks worth 6638 Crores or just about $1 billion, every month since May 2014 as against the FPI contribution of $787 million in the same period.

These figures show that any kind of selling by FPI’s is getting absorbed by the domestic purchase. The investment dynamics of the Indian public have had a dramatic change; SIP’s used to be about 1000 crores per month before 2014, which has now got increased to 2500 Crores per month. The beauty here is that, all this money is going into the midcaps and not the large caps. When we talk about so much inflows and the market is still weak, doubts arise as to why it is so?

The FPI’s are mostly invested in the large cap stocks, which they are liquidating, apart from the fact that the reduced interest rates will become attractive for these investors to be invested in their economies; they are realizing the mistake of wrong investments. Large cap stocks have become poor performers in the present market. The SENSEX dropped 1.48% on 18th November 2015, while the mid cap index dropped only 0.68%, the reason was FPI selling in large caps. Stocks like Larsen & Toubro, ONGC, TATA Steel etc., have been losing heavily, while their mid cap counter parts like Eicher, Page etc., are gaining big time. In the last week alone Dr. Reddy’s lost more than 25%, along with it all the frontline Pharma companies losing a large portion of their value, while stocks like Aurobindo Pharma, Cadilla, Glenmark etc., did not lose much.

Pressure of the USFDA investigations have brought down the stock prices of most of the big names in the Parma Sector. Again, this USFDA is one another issue that has been haunting our markets often. There is too much of dependency by our frontline Pharma companies for their sales from the US markets and the US is commanding, this situation will change soon. Our companies will realize that there is a similar market available in the rest of the world and with the medical facilities getting improved in India, one of the biggest economies by population, India sales itself will have a bigger contribution in the years to come.

In the first 20 days in November, FI’s have sold in our markets to the extent of 7200 Crores while the domestic institutions have bought for 17360 crores. It is close to 150% more than the sales that have happened. Most of the selling was in the frontline stocks and the buying was in the mid cap space. To some extent the selling pressure is getting absorbed by the local institutions and that is the reason we have the markets going up and down in short periods. It is like a sort of confusion and will result in a prolonged consolidation.

FPI’s are forced to re-align their portfolio if they have to make money from our markets, hence the selling pressure. Whereas the domestic funds are already loaded into mid-caps which have had a very good run and are also adding to their portfolio taking advantage of the correction in the market. Our markets witnessed an above 40% straight rally after the new government got elected, from such a steep rise, it has to get re-adjusted before it takes off again and this readjustment will take a little more time. The way the charts are formed, the bullish sentiment is pretty strong. If the next round of bullish move has to be even stronger, like the experience we had in the 2003-2008 bull market, the markets have to consolidate and re-shuffle leadership.

happy-investorsLast year Automobile stocks had a great run supported by good earnings from the companies, while this year, they have a kind of taken back seat. Most of them have completed their dream runs. Now the leadership position is slowly getting shifted to Pharma and NBFC stocks. September quarter results were muted, the average sales growth has been around 1.50% while the earnings growth is at 7%, which shows that companies are cutting down costs to increase profits and this cannot continue for long. Soon, we will have sales numbers showing up.

This change in leadership is going to take some time to get aligned, maybe till the 3rd quarter results are out, in which there can be some positive surprises. Till that time, the markets will not turn bearish; it will consolidate at the present levels and then break out. The longer the consolidation, so much stronger will be the next rally, while in the consolidation period; it will kill the patience of anxious investors. For those who stay with patience, the next rally will be a bigger reward. The same happened in 2014, before the 45% rally we had between March 2014 and April 2015, the markets consolidated for a full long year staying within a 15% range in 2013.

With Money BagsPresently the consolidation is again at 15%, the more it gets stretched, and the chances of another 45% rally are higher. In such a scenario the SENSEX should be at 43500 and the NIFTY at 13150. At present these numbers look a little too over optimistic, while it was the same when there were talks of SENSEX to reach 30000, in early 2014, hard to believe, while it did happen. The SENSEX breached 30000 in March 2015.

As I complete this writing, I myself am getting euphoric, how throwing a little light on the hindsight has given a very beautiful picture to look at in the future. For those who have missed the 2014 opportunity, there is one more chance waiting to happen, take advantage and grow your savings faster.

Post Diwali…..Market Rally

dhamaka_stocksOctober was perceived by the media to be a ghost month, while it turned out to be wrong with the SENSEX gaining about 1.50% after a peak of 4.30% gain. It proved that, not every year is a bad year in October, particularly for India in the next 5 years, it is a Golden period. Every correction is an opportunity to get into the Equity markets. And take advantage of the current World leader in Economic growth.

Our portfolio managed to close with a 2.30% gain for the month of October 2015, having an Alpha of above 50% against the benchmark. We had good performance from the House Hold goods, Travel and Leisure, Support Services along with Computer Hardware, FMCG & Financial Sector stocks. The losers were from the Pharma & Textile space, which had marginal impact on the performance.

Deep Industries, Cosmo Films, FDC & ITD Cementation gave us more than 20% profits in October. Cosmo Films was added into our portfolio in June 2015, in 5 months this stock has given us 150% profits.

Bravisa Templetree, portfolio has managed to outperform the benchmark even with the lower exposure due to a good amount of exits following the market correction. We are 20% in cash at present and still have managed to do well due to the strength of the businesses we own. The dynamic nature of our system to move out of weaker stocks and add up to stronger ones as they show strength was the reason for the outperformance.

Biscuit packaging went into a total design makeover along with new varieties of films used in their packaging. Cosmo Films is the leader in this segment and has had a major benefit. Along with film manufacturers, packaging companies like Paper Products, SRF too had good gains.

After the Chinese market crash and followed by the Volkswagen scandal, where markets went into a tailspin, markets are getting ready for the next big run which is likely to happen after the next wave of correction just about the Diwali and post Diwali, Indian stock markets are poised for the next strong rally.

The reality sector which is one of the weak sectors at the moment is dragging other support sectors along with it like metals, home construction along with banking. Banking stocks have taken a bigger hit and there are no signs of slowdown in their weakness. So, the next rally is likely to be in the industrial sector.

2nd quarter results so far has been bleak for the large cap stocks. Most of the public sector banks have shown more weakness on their earnings. Automobile stocks which were the leaders in the 2014 rally have begun to show tiredness in their earnings. In our portfolio, exposure to Auto stocks have got considerably reduced baring few stocks like Eicher Motors, which continues to have good growth numbers. Sales numbers of Royal Enfield has shown 73% increase in the second quarter, while the stock is showing correction which may result in its exit from the portfolio.

Coffee Day listing did what it has to, down more than 20% as per expectation. Indigo IPO which went through with over subscription too is likely to open weak and the issue was pricey.

Bihar elections and FED interest rate hike will put some pressure on the market for some days after which the markets are likely to go into rally mood. Our portfolio is all set with the right stocks to participate in the rally.

A very Happy Diwali to all our patrons, clients and well wishers.

SENSEX stocks of 2020.

classic350_right-side_blue_600x463_motorcycleIndia is the world’s best economy today. Following its robust journey that is going to come up in the next 5 years, there is going to be a dramatic shift in the whole economy and with it even the economic barometer of India, the SENSEX. The SENSEX will also undergo change by replacing some of its constituents. Those stocks that will take a space in the future index will be the stars of the markets in the next 5 years.

What if we can identify them and be invested in them?

The growth those companies will have is going to be tremendous and the potential for profits will be equivalent. The expected stocks that can move in to the SENSEX, the list is big with some new not yet listed companies too. Though for the new ones we may not have a direction, for those that are existing, and if identified and invested, can give great gains.

Some of the company’s whose are likely to move in are: NESCAFE

EICHER Motors (Royal Enfield Bullets)

Page Industries (Jockey and Speedo brand products)

TITAN (Watches and Jewelry)

NESTLE and the likes.

Companies that have premiumisation as their focus are likely to shine bright. So, look for premium products in the market and the companies that produce them and be invested in them, chances are you will end up having a goldmine.

jockey-logoAt present our portfolio contains the first 2 names and we have been holding them for quite a long period, in these years that we have owned these businesses, they have showed continuous growth in their sales as well as profits. If they continue the same for the next 5 years, we will still have them. While, there is no guarantee that it will be so.

In the last year, there were some companies that made it big on their growth and become the darlings of the market. Some of the best ones are

Ashok Leyland, Britannia., HPCL, Baja Finance, Ramco Cements, Maruti, TCS, Ultratech Cements, PVR & Kotak Mahindra.

And there are a next set of business that are showing signs of reaching for the best. They are Canfin Homes, TCI, Tata Motors, Orient Cement, Persistent, Heritage Food and BHEL.

These were the names that have come up in the ET500 listing.

Among the above names we are invested in about 7 businesses, while we have doubts on some like BHEL, TCI etc., while if they qualify our parameters in the future we will definitely look at adding them in our portfolio.

By being invested in the best performing companies, our portfolio is managing to grow the best. Last year we had an Alpha of 63% against the NSE 500 Index, This year in the first half, so far we are at 28% Alpha against the NSE 500.

We will continue to grow in the same manner adhering to the best practices and innovative thoughts.

6 out of 11 top earners in our portfolio

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The second quarter results are likely to be subdued and will impact the markets in the coming weeks as results get announced. The list published in ET on 9th October 2015 shows some companies that have the potential to outperform the current quarter on the growth front. Among the 11 companies that are listed above, our portfolio have 6 of them.

As we can see in the list of expected top performers, the highest concentration is from the Pharma sector followed by the NBFC sector. In our portfolio too, we have increased exposure towards Pharma and NBFC segments a couple of months back & this happened as a dynamic process.

In 2014 our portfolio had more exposure into Auto Ancillary companies, as months passed the stock price movement of these stocks began to slow down, showing signs of tiredness. About 2 weeks before the Volkswagen issue came to light, almost all of our Auto segment exposure began to take exit. When Volkswagen issue got reported and the market collapsed, where most of the ancillary companies having presence in Germany took a big hit, out portfolio sustained lower damage. Just about that time the₹15000 Crores,  Amtek Auto default got reported, which shook the debt Mutual Fund market where JP Morgan fund had big exposure and they had to split the fund and bring controls on redemption. There are many PSU Banks which are likely to take a hit from this default.

Following our exits, the overall exposure in stocks got reduced to 75% of the capital, thus protecting the portfolio from the negative bias the markets had prior to RBI policy announcement reducing interest rates.

RBI decision came as a surprise, which Raguram Rajan has made us accustomed to since September 2013. Markets began to rally; mostly short covering, took the market to higher ups, while the strength seems to be waning now as the expectations from result season is tepid. Following results announcement, if there is going to be any weakness; our portfolio has got fairly protected due to our lower exposure and having investments into companies that are likely to give out good results. While the market began to gain strength, a couple of new stocks like BEML, Deep Industries, India Bulls housing have got added to our portfolio.

As the result season unfolds, there would be more clarity about which companies have greater strength in performance and those companies will automatically get added to our portfolio, from where, we will be prepared for our next big journey in the market rally. Being invested into the best businesses gives great confidence about the performance. In the last 3 years since we have been tracking the portfolio performance, we have achieved 68.50% gains, whereas in the same period the SENSEX has grown 38%. We have managed to achieve twice the return provided by the benchmark.

 

Ashok Leyland leads in August Auto sales.

Auto sales were weak for most of the frontline companies in August this year. Hero lost near 14%, TVS had a 1% growth, Maruti managed due to Ciaz and S-Cross, which otherwise would have been negative. M&M goes weak, Tata Motors 0.50% down on overall sales.

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Ashok Leyland & Eicher were super stars. Ashok Leyland managed a 39% growth, supported by pre-buying ahead of ABS (Anti breaking System) becoming a mandatory norm from October 1st 2015. The growth was slightly ahead of expectations. Eicher continued with its above 50% growth. Royal Enfield sales grew 59% and commercial vehicle sales grew 22%.The company has opened sales office in the North America, which is another positive for its growth as exports are on a steady increase.

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Ashok Leyland turned around in the last quarter and it is likely to continue its growth phase for some more time to come. Stock has already run up, but still has a lot of room to be captures. Ashok Leyland came into our portfolio at ₹74, in August 2015. Post strong growth numbers we are adding to the existing exposure after the current correction phase is over.

At its high of ₹99.65, our investment in this stock has reached 30+ percent profits in a month. The broad based correction in the market post Chinese currency crisis has brought the stock down, which is an opportunity to accumulate for those who missed it at 75 levels.

16 Quarters of above 25% Sales and Profit growth by Eicher Motors

classic350_right-side_blue_600x463_motorcycleEicher Motors declared its December 2014 results yesterday. It had a growth of 56% on sales 66% on profits. This company has been giving above 25% sales and profit growth for the past 16 quarters. This is a tremendous feat, and the same is reflected in its stock price. This stock was at 1300  a share when the company began with its strong growth phase. 4 years have passed now and the stock price is at 16000 a share. Growth of 1250% in 4 years, apart from the the dividend the stock has provided in the same period which amounts to another 127.00 per share.

This company manufactures trucks and mini trucks along with Royal Enfield bullets. Today, bullets have become a fancy possession among the youth of India. The company is investing 500 Crores in a new facility to produce more Royal Enfield bullets and today there is a wait period for a new purchase and it has a premium too. On the roads, if we travel a kilo meter, out of 10 mini trucks and trucks that ply on the city 8 would be of Eicher motors make. With more new facilities coming up, it looks like the growth story is going to continue further.

In the year 2014, this stocks has delivered 200% profits. On 1st January 2014, the stocks was quoted at Rs. 4992.00, on 31st December 2014 it was Rs. 15103.00. We have a 3% exposure to this stock in our portfolio, it will continue to be in our portfolio till the companies growth slows down.

TVS Motor clocks 36% growth in Nov

jupiter_1586436fTVS Motors had a sales growth of 93% in the last quarter. November growth is 36%,Two-wheeler sales jumped 36 percent to 2.1 lakh units while scooter sales increased by 62 percent to 62,223 units and motorcycle sales rose by 41 percent to 86,424 units during the same period. “Three wheeler sales of the company registered an increase of 44 percent, growing from 6,304 units in November 2013 to 9,067 units in November 2014, said the company in its filing.

This stock was an investment opportunity in July this year. It came to buy when the stock was at 150 levels. As of this writing the stocks has made 50% return on investment and it looks like continuing the growth path.

Another notable point here in TVS Motors is the Three wheeler sales, there has been talks going on in the markets that Autos will lose their market share against the competition from taxis, Autos are charging Rs. 12 per km now. Taxis that are operating at Rs. 14 per km has began to get as low as Rs. 10 per km. There is a high possibility that people will pick a taxi instead of an Auto, which has many drawbacks. With bumper to bumper traffic across all the major cities in our country, people will be forced to use more taxis for their commuting requirements, this means more business for Auto manufacturers.

This would mean lower sales for Three wheelers, but, TVS has managed to corner some of their competitors market share to increase their sales volumes. This show a great business strategy in place for the company.When a company has a good sales and earnings growth, it is eventually going add value to the stock. And has all the likeliness to run up and give good returns to its investors.

How long this growth is going to continue? That we may not know, but, as long as the growth is strong, if we are invested, we can reap rich rewards. A car that is going at a 60 km speed in 4th gear cannot come to an abrupt stop, it has to at least get down to the speed at 2nd gear and gradually slowdown. And this slowdown is going to be visible, which can be utilized as an opportunity to take exit and book profit.

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One other stock that has been consistently having high growth is Eicher Motors, in the November month Eicher Motors, the Royal Enfield maker, sold 27,542 motorcycles in November, registering a growth of 52 percent compared to 18,131 units in November 2013. This stock came into high growth when the stock price was Rs. 1180, way back in 2010. From then on, it was a no look back for the stock.

In January 2014, the stock was quoting at Rs.5000 and today it is inching closer to Rs. 15000. A gain of 200% in 11 months, and the performance is going to continue. People normally shy away from stocks that are priced so high, complementing them with a low priced stock, but, price reflects the value the stock has in it. No smart investor will buy a stock at this price if there is no value.

Automobile stocks began to show strength in their earnings early this year and have rewarded their investors richly so far. But investing in any Auto stocks will not give us such high returns, specific stocks like Eicher, TVS have great potential in them. We need to identify such growth stocks for investment, which brings down the risk of stock investing almost to zero.

 

You own some of the best companies of India

By owning the best companies of a country, one’s investment is guaranteed to outperform the inherent economic growth. These companies have the best managements, who bring in innovative thoughts and creative ideas which help them to give top class outcomes on Sales and Earnings growth. Most of the times, these companies outgrow the broader markets and their stocks tend to double and triple in their price. Some of the recent examples were Page Industries, Eicher Motors, Monsanto, Kaveri Seeds, Sonata Software etc.,

Indian Stock Markets continued to be strong. Our investment portfolio has achieved above 40% growth (annualized at 69.27%) in the first 7 months of this fiscal year.

After, more than a month long consolidation, markets began to move up and reach for new highs in the month of October. But this time the upside looks weaker, there are possibilities for a good consolidation happening in the coming months.

2nd quarter results do not show much euphoria in the front line stocks. Technology stocks have slowed down in growth. Automobile, Cement and Financial sector stocks have gained momentum.

We have brought down exposure in the technology sector and have been holding cash, waiting for the markets to consolidate and provide investment opportunities in the upcoming sectors.

Our system adjusts itself by moving out of slow moving stocks and gets into the top performers as a natural process, this automated no emotion & no sentiment method ensures the best possible returns on investments made.

Long term trend is still positive; more than 25% of the companies in our portfolio have given above 100% profits and are continuing to get stronger.

Cooling down in the Global Commodity prices have brought down inflationary pressures on the economy. Along with this the Governments committed effort to re-shape our economy with make India the best investment destination for the next few years.

India’s best investment portfolio…..

Your portfolio has emerged to become the best performing portfolio in India.

It was possible due to well researched investments into the best companies of our country. All the investments in our portfolio consist of companies that have the highest growth among their peers. 40% of the portfolio consists of companies that have given more than 50% profits in the last 12 months, and 20% of them giving above 100% profits in the same period.

In our portfolio, there are no emotions or sentiments attached to any company. We identify our investments when a company moves into strong growth, stay with it as long as it is growing and book our profits on the first signs of weakness. Following this philosophy with discipline has made our portfolio reach the top performance and hold the position since then.

Stocks like, Eicher Motors, Monsanto India, TVS Motors, Canfin homes, Ceat Tyres, VST Tillers etc., gave us tremendous returns as against the broad markets which was consolidating.

6 months have passed in FY 2014-15, our economy began this financial year with a belief on a MODI-fied growth. It has emerged as the world’s best economy in growth terms.

Financial stability post Rajan’s governorship, Global commodity price correction, Government initiatives to drive revolution in all areas of economic growth. Everything fell in place, the result; Indian economy has grown 35% in the last 1 year.

Sectors that lead our country in the past changed from Technology and Pharma to Automobile and Agricultural businesses. There has been more number of companies in the medium and small scale segment reporting consistent growth in their sales and profits. There are more to come in the coming months and years.

Be invested into the Equity assets of India, to get above 20% compounded annual growth on your savings for the next 10 years. This is the Golden Era of the Indian economy, make profits when the sun shines bright on India.

HAPPY Investing.