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The core concept of value investing is margin of safety. The idea of value investing should be first and foremost about reducing risk. If you reduce risk the returns will take care of themselves
We have been patient with Haldyn Glass now let's reap the benefit as I exit the Value Pick Multibagger given for research at valueguyz.com
Original Value Pick : Haldyn Glass Ltd
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Haldyn Glass Ltd as a value pick operates only in one business segment of manufacturing / supplying of glass bottles & containers.
Haldyn Glass closed one of furnace (Huge Boiler) for expansion & up-gradation of manufacturing unit which resulted in lower production. This in turn gave lower profitability to overall business.
It gave decent returns but has incurred almost none expenses (just an entry & an exit) and has clearly outperformed Nifty ie, 4.18% return in same period.
Just 57% tax free returns in 2 years are still very high by any standards. I hope aap yeh samjhe that we are not magician but Intelligent investors who are just avoiding sattabaaji.
Haldyn Glass didn't turned out to be a multibagger because of capital expansion phase of business but still sets an example of how wonderful things comes to an intelligent investor as he always avoid Sattebaaji & sticks to Margin of Safety (MoS)
Value picks are stocks of companies that are believed to be undervalued at NSE or BSE. It is an outcome of huge sattebaaji directed by Stock brokers in that stock making Markets overreact to good and bad news, resulting in stock price movements that do not correspond with the company's long-term business or fundamentals.
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I got introduced to Financial system through Forex Trading back in 2007 during my 3rd Year of Engineering & It was too complex yet magnificent. Officially I entered Indian Stock Market in early 2008 at the very beginning of Global Financial Crisis, but what the hell did I know for me it was the last semester & time to get serious about my passion ie, Counter Strike
RoCE : Return on Capital Employed (Effective)
PAT(Avg.) : Net Profit after tax ( Average )
CMP : Current Market Price
MoS : Margin of Safety