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Mumbai Equity Workshop ~ Saturday April 30 2022 ~ Almost Full ~ Top 10 Winning Moves

JS Equity Workshop

Losers Focus on Winners – Winners Focus on Winning

 

Gaurav A ParikhWorkshop Conceptualised & Conducted by GAURAV A PARIKH

Stock Markets ~ Minting Millions ~ TOP 10 Winning Moves

Grabbing Short Term Too While Compounding Long Term

Post Pandemic lock-down, this is the First Fundamental Direct Equity ‘Value Vs Price’ Workshop in over Two and a Half Years by Gaurav Parikh and Jeena Scriptech.

Register Right away =>  https://jsalphaa.com/js-equity-workshop/

Registration ends by 6:00 PM, April 29, 2022 or once seats are full and within days of launch over 2/3rds full already by April 19, 2022

Any queries? Connect on +91-9820162597 or [email protected] for help.

No prior Financial or fundamental knowledge is required. Just come with an Open Mind dressed with an Affirmation “I am a Winner”

Credentials

All Past Fundamental ‘Value vs Price’ workshops from 2016 to 2019 received full house response with participants spread from retail & High Networth investors to Corporates, Mutual Funds, FPIs & broking houses. They came specially from Dubai, Malaysia, Ghana, Cochin, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Thrissur, Satna, Sangli, Allahabad, Gokak, Pune, Ichakaranji, Bangalore, Delhi & of course Mumbai.

  • 300 % to 900 % gains in FY 21 Equity Portfolios under advice ! followed by 60 % to 100% gains in FY 22 !
  • A Rs 20 lakhs Portfolio surging to near Rs 2 crs in FY 21 and further doubling to over Rs 4 crs in FY 22
  • A Rs 3 lakhs Portfolio giving over 50% CAGR in 8 years from 2014 to 2022 moving past Rs 80 lakhs ! .It’s got Tata Elxsi in it from Rs 200 to now near Rs 9000
  • A Rs 5 crs Portfolio moving past Rs 14 crs inside two years with an equal mix, based on Risk Profile, of Core and Non-Core Selections with winning selections and weightages in both segments.
Surely you want your Equity Portfolio to be like or better than the above ! The Past Two Years have been insane ! and you should have that mindset to capture any such insanity going forward too while maintaining the discipline of Asset Allocation and staying true to your Risk profile

Gaurav is one of India’s Ace Stock Pickers and Direct Equity Portfolio Advisors with an outstanding record of having given many fundamental multiple multi-baggers a few of which have even given 100x returns this Millennium! He is well known for spotting Turnarounds & making Contrarian Calls and unafraid of advising tactical strategies that involve taking additional weightage in one or more stock selections for that extra punch in portfolio gains. He is the Co-Founder of Mumbai based Jeena Scriptech Alpha Advisors Pvt Ltd, a renowned SEBI Registered Research Analyst and Investment Adviser focusing on Direct Equity Advisory. He is the ideal ‘Go to’ Man for both Advisory & Training for Serious Wealth Creation in Indian Equities. He has launched Popular Workshops at the BSE and his Mentoring Sessions at NSE were eagerly awaited. Over 30 years he has shared experiences with and trained over 50000 people in India and overseas in the field of Capital Markets. His amazing forte is to simplify & demystify the most complex of financial concepts & scenarios for ease of understanding & convey it in his inimitable humorous style

Invest a full Saturday April 30, 2022, with Gaurav in person, at a prime location in South Mumbai to interact with him to build and fine track your Equity Road-map for serious Wealth Creation grabbing exciting Short Term Opportunities while Compounding Long Term in Indian Direct Equity. read more

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RIP S T Gerela ex GM BSE ~ gave me the best compliment till date

 

Rest in Peace now Gerela Saab  !

Mr S T Gerela ex GM of BSE passed away peacefully this morning

We had not met in years but he always remained at the top of my mind when it came to testimonials for this is what he had said to me over a decade ago,when urging me for Stock Recommendations, at one of our brainstorming sessions at our Annual BSE Training Institute Faculty Weekend Retreats , this one at The Retreat at Madh Island ,and that too in front of forty leading names of our Equity Markets like Ramesh Damani & Nilesh Shah

Mandir  may aakar Prasad na miley yeh toh ho hi nahi sakta ! 

This has got to count as one of the best compliments I have ever received till date !

Fondly called ‘Gorilla’ instead of ‘Gerela’ by some broker members of the BSE,I distinctly remember Mr Gerela quietly coming in to sit for a while at few of  my BSE Fundamental Equity Valuation Sessions on the 18th and 19th BTI Training Floors of the Jeejeebhoy Towers that houses BSE to see if he could catch an idea or two that I would showcase as a case study ~ he ,like so many others,had latched on to Matrix Labs Valuation in my sessions early on at Rs 25 in July 2001 and which became my second 100 Bagger ,after Wipro,by soaring 12000 % or 120 x in five years of 2001 to 2006.It since was taken over by Mylan and delisted ~ Oh ! yes even Rakesh Jhunjhunwala later entered Matrix Labs at Rs 200 picking up a million shares ,200k for wife Rekha and 800k for himself

Will always remember you Mr Gerela ~ thanks for the compliment

Strength to your grieving family to bear this loss

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Vedanta de-listing offer price Rs 87.50~Come on Mr Anil Agarwal !

Vedanta de-listing offer price Rs 87.50~Come on Mr Anil Agarwal !

Promoter Group of  Vedanta Ltd has proposed a voluntary de-listing at an indicative offer price of Rs 87.50~are the over 7.3 lakh minority shareholders from Alibag !? …apologies to the people of Alibag

Some would term this as De-listing Duplicity ~ but I would not go that far for you’re a Promoter taking advantage of this Covid-19 crisis caused plunge in Share Prices to de-list at a low price while complying with the SEBI Pricing Formula

Promoter Group Company Vedanta Resources Ltd,London has conveyed to listed Vedanta Ltd that the Promoters  want to buy out minority shareholders of Vedanta Ltd at an indicative price of Rs 87.50 !

Even the Book Value of Vedanta Ltd was Rs 167 at March 31,2019 on a consolidated networth of Rs 62297 crs and Equity of Rs 372 crs of Face Value Rs 1  and rose to Rs 188 on a networth of @ Rs 70000 crs as on December 31,2019

But’s there’s more to this as you move through this blogpost to sense that this is not the first time that the Promoter Family of Brothers Anil & Navin Agarwal  have short changed the minority shareholders in their group companies or for that matter even have other Industrial Groups in their listed companies at the time of de-merger or de-listing

Look at the speed !

  • Tuesday May 12,2020 ~ Vedanta Ltd notifies the BSE & NSE that the Board of Vedanta Ltd has scheduled a Meeting on Monday,May 18,2020 to consider a voluntary de-listing Proposal as they have received a letter from Vedanta Resources Ltd,London offering that the Promoter Group will buy out all the Public Shareholders who hold 169,10,90,351 Equity Shares aggregating to 48.94% of the paid-up equity share capital of the Company. This includes Equity Shares held by the Employee Trust but excludes 6,54,45,052 American Depository Shares against 26,17,80,208 number of underlying Equity Shares. Other than 2,48,23,177 ADS representing 9,92,92,708 equity shares which are held by one of the members of the Promoter Group, the remaining ADS are held by persons who would be considered to be Public Shareholders in the event they chose to convert the ADS into Equity Shares American Depository Shares  issued by the Company. Indicative Price given by them is Rs 87.50 per share.. Should all the outstanding ADS be converted into Equity Shares, the shareholding of the the Promoter Group will be 186,36,18,788 Equity Shares aggregating to 50.14% of the paid-up equity share capital of the Company Public Shareholders will be 185,35,77,851 Equity Shares aggregating to 49.86% of the paid-up equity share capital of the Company. The Meeting will take on record and review the due diligence report of the Merchant Banker in terms of Regulations 8(1A)(ii) and 8(1E) of the Delisting Regulations to approve/ reject the Delisting Proposal after taking into account various factors and the
    Merchant Banker’s due diligence report
  • Wednesday,May 13,2020 ~ Vedanta Ltd notifies the BSE & NSE of the appointment of SBI Capital Markets as the  Merchant Banker to do the due Diligence for the voluntary de-listing proposal    
  • Monday,May 18,2020 ~ Vedanta Ltd’s Board of Directors Meeting to take on record and review SBI Capital Markets due diligence report and accept or reject the voluntary de-listing proposal

What Haste ! ~ stinks of a foregone favourable conclusion in favor of promoters ! ~ this would mean SBI Capital Markets will have to submit it’s due diligence report inside just  five days for the Board to consider on Monday,May 18,2020 !~ Ridiculous ! ~given the constraints of the Covid-19 crisis lockdown how will they accomplish this given the restrictions ~ due diligence goes beyond reviewing just the documentation handed  by the company to them or whats’s available in the public domain ~ reminds me of the time the Deputy Director of the Company Law Board (CLB) had scathingly remarked at a CLB Hearing  in the Satyam & Maytas Properties  Scandal of a decade ago as to how could the leading audit firm E & Y could have done the Property Valuation of Rs 6523 crs in just one day !  You can read this amusing 2009 blogpost of mine here

Why is Rs 87.50 a ridiculously low indicative price to de-list

There are numerous arguments for this but what is most compelling and which amounts to significantly short changing the minority shareholders is the value of  Vedanta Ltd’s holding in listed Hindustan Zinc :

  • Vedanta Ltd   holds 64.92 %  or 274.31 cr shares of the Equity in the listed Hindustan Zinc in which the Government of India holds 29.58% stake
  • Hindustan Zinc closed at @ Rs 193 on BSE today at which Price the Market Capitalisation is @ Rs 81500 crs
  • Thus Vedanta Ltd’s share of this Market Cap is @ Rs 53000 crs which works out to Rs 142 per share of Vedanta Ltd’s Equity of Rs 372 crs of FV Rs 1
  • The Promoter Group holds around half of Vedanta Ltd and thus minority shareholders are entitled to half of Rs 53000 crs that’s Rs 26500  crs
  • By delisting at Rs 87.50  the Promoter Group would be expending just @ Rs 16500 crs for buying out the public shareholding that holds half of Vedanta Ltd
  • Imagine this scenario where they buy out shareholders of Vedanta at Rs 16500 crs and thus own 100% of Vedanta Ltd and thus are full ‘malik’ of the 64.92 % stake held by Vedanta Ltd in Hindustan Zinc that’s worth Rs 53000 Crs of which Rs 26500 crs would have actually belonged to the minority shareholders of Vedanta Ltd ! ~ this is thus a squeeze of Rs 10000  crs
  • Don’t give me this hogwash of holding company haircuts now  because when Promoter is planning to de-list they you need to give the full benefit as per market value too to the minority shareholders.This Rs 53000 crs share of Market Share in Hindustan Zinc works out to Rs 142 per share of Vedanta Ltd  
  • Hindustan Zinc has also just announced an interim dividend of Rs 16.50 per share for FY 20 that’s gone by which would mean Rs 4526 crs will be received by Vedanta Ltd for the 64.92 % stake or 274.31 cr shares it holds in Hindustan Zinc

Segment Performance of Vedanta Ltd for the nine months at December 31,2019 read more

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Riskless Reliance Industries Rights Investment Strategy

This is a Riskless Reliance Industries Rights Investment Strategy for those over 2.3 Million Shareholders already holding RIL shares.

It is not a recommendation to buy RIL cum rights 

It’s a no brainer yet I’m just penning a brief note because some have told me they hold Reliance but are skipping the Rights !

Don’t !

I’ll keep this short without going into the fundamentals of RIL Operations and future which in itself is quite another story

Adopt this simple Riskless Rights Investment Strategy as below if you’re concerned about what the future holds for Reliance and don’t wish to increase exposure by increasing your holdings through the Rights Issue ….well,if you’re deeply concerned you should not have been holding Reliance in the first place

This Strategy will reduce your Holding Cost of existing RIL shares by replacing 1:15 of your holding with the Rights entitled shares at a much lower Rs 1257/share to currently traded prices(see below)

Chronology

  • April 27,2020 ~ RIL Board to consider Rights Issue  in their Meeting on April 30,2020 along with adoption of FY 20 Accounts and deciding on Dividend
  • April 30,2020 ~ RIL Board approves Rights Issue
  • May 9,2020 ~ RIL receives in principle approval from BSE & NSE for the Rights Issue and announces May 14,2020 as the Record Date for the Issue
  • Wednesday,May 13,2020 ~ RIL will trade ex-rights on the Exchanges
  • Thursday,May 14,2020 ~ Record Date to establish eligible shareholders for the Rights Issue
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    Covid-19 Crisis-Your Well Being is more important than Stock Market Well Being

    Wealth is negotiable, Health is not

    Your Personal Well Being is more important that the Stock Market Well Being ~ Always & more so in this unfathomable ongoing Covid-19 Reality

    Above’s a three minute reach out by me last night to all connected with me to reinforce this .It’s also posted on Facebook , YouTube ,Twitter  and Instagram too

    Let’s not have misplaced priorities ~Government & us should be more worried for Food Stocks rather than Stock Markets~ should be more concerned for the front-liners like healthcare professionals and delivery personnel and those marginalised rather than be concerned for Stock Margins

    Stay Safe~Stay Home~Save Lives

    Keep the Cheer & Spirit

    🙂 Keep Smiling

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    Yes Bank ~ Has the RBI & MOF lost it !?

    Yes Bank ~ Has the RBI & MOF lost it !? SEBI really is a bystander here

    Controversial Lock In Clause 3 Sub Clause 8 (a) in the Scheme of Reconstruction 

    No wonder the Finance Minister Mrs Nirmala Sitharaman, while highlighting only selected points, even when asked for details of the Scheme,did not want to say it at Friday,March 13,2020 evening press meet to announce cabinet decisions,one of which was the approval of RBI’s Scheme of Reconstruction for Yes Bank and that a notification would follow. A gazetted notification did follow  late same evening by the Department of Financial Services,Ministry of Finance and it’s available  on Yes Bank’s  website here and on egazette website  here 

    While I commend the Government on it’s promise to protect all depositors monies what caught my eye in it was this absolutely ridiculous clause 3, sub clause 8(a)  that essentially puts 75% of the shares held by existing investors in quarantine or lock in for three years too along with 75% of  the new shares to be allotted to State Bank of India and other Investors at Rs 10 which too will enjoy a capital tax gains exemption.Only small shareholders holding less than 100 shares will be exempted from this restriction.Here’s it verbatim :

    (8) There shall be a lock-in period of three years from the commencement of this Scheme to
    the extent of seventy-five per cent in respect of-
    (a) shares held by existing shareholders on the date of such commencement;
    (b) shares allotted to the investors under this Scheme:
    Provided that the said lock-in period shall not apply to any shareholder holding less
    than one hundred shares.

    Is this a joke !? but then it’s not April 1 yet !

    Is the Government protecting the minority shareholders or actually safeguarding the incoming Bank and other High Networth Investors who have committed to participate at just Rs 10 per share with capital gains tax exemption too in this Yes Bank Scheme of Reconstruction,2020 ? 

    Yes Bank too has notified the exchanges yesterday of the Scheme of Reconstruction highlighting the above lock in

    Yes Bank covered extensively in my Equity Workshops past two years

    For the past two Years most of the fundamental ‘Value vs Price’ equity workshops that I conducted showcased Yes Bank Case Study in detail and why though quite a few participants thought it looked great in 2019 at Rs 115 and then later even at Rs 80, why one should not be foolishly courageous as the true stress in Advances was clearly not visible and Networth could be wiped out on true provisioning . read more

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