The recent carnage in many midcap and small cap stocks has left many investors scarred and bitter.
There are reports of investors getting heart attacks and in some tragic cases, some have even committed suicide.
Investors should take heart from the example of Strides Arcolab.
On 2 March, 2009, this company was trading at Rs.65.Like most stocks at that time, the valuations were quite depressed.
Fast forward 4 years later, yesterday (aka 28 Feb,2013) it closed at Rs.922.
So it went up by 14 times in the last 4 years !
Today, there are reports of Strides Arcolab selling its drug injection business for 9000 Crores to Mylan.On 2 March, 2009, the market cap of the entire company was selling for 260 Crores !
So if any stocks in your portfolio are quoting at low valuations, take heart.If the business is doing ok, the valuations will eventually reflect that.
As Warren Buffett says “In the short run, the market is a voting machine.In the long run, it is a weighing machine.”
5 stocks with a dividend yield of more than 7% (source:Screener.In) :
(Full Disclosure:I have shares of Renuka Sugars in my personal and family portfolio)
Ravindra Trading (BSE Scrip Code:504341) is one of the many scrips in BSE which are under suspension.
Subsequent to the offer, the control of the company passed on from the original promoters (the Somani group) to Narendra Murkumbi who now holds 73.85% of the stake.
Once Narendra Murkumbi took over, the company got the kiss of life and it started trading coal.
In 2012, the company earned around 1.18 Crores as profits and gave a Rs. 1 dividend to its shareholders.
On Aug 20, 2012, the Board of Directors met and granted in-principle approval for the amalgamation of Shree Renuka Urja Pvt Ltd (under incorporation) and Shree Renuka Energy Limited into the company.
Now, Shree Renuka Energy is a subsdiary of Renuka Sugars.It is setting up a of 3×350 MW Coal Based thermal power plant at village Vantamuri, in Hukkeri Taluk, in Belgaum District , in Karnataka.
It is headed by J Suresh Kumar (former CFO of Lanco Infratech) who oversaw Lanco’s A$750 million buy of Australia’s Griffin Coal.
While the power plant is still awaiting various permissions and will take time to come up,it appears clear to me that eventually Ravindra Energy will be renamed as Renuka Energy and investors will be tapped for funds.
Smart moves, Mr.Murkumbi !