Monday, February 23, 2009

Stock Ideas:

CCCL (Rs.122.00) (Code: 532902) :- The South based company Consolidation Construction Consortium is active in the field of realty and infrastructure. Company has order book of Rs. 3650 crores on hand. Even after reduction in margin income of the company has gone up during last two quarters. On the other hand sales of the company improved by 22 per cent during Q2 ended in September, 2008. Sale of the company has also moved up, during Q3 ended in December, 2008, by 30 per cent. Stock trades in the market at five times of the estimated income of the company by the end of current FY. Investment in the company is considered as best investment in comparison to other competitor companies in the sector. Company has monopoly in his sector of work. Considering the delivering quality of the company and its reputation investment in the scrip may be an attractive option. It could prove to be a best investment for long term.
IDFC (Rs.54.00) (Code: 532659) :-The leading company of India provides services for infrastructure sector. Development of the company is completely dependent up on the development of domestic sector. Company is likely to be a one of the fast developing company as companies from the sectors of energy, transportation and telecom sector. Company has even entered in the segment of Asset Management Company (AMC) with acquisition of mutual fund business of Standard Chartered. Stock price has seen upward revision during last few sessions. ICICI has recommended investment in the scrip with target price of Rs. 90.
Bartronics (Rs.74.00) (Code: 532694) :- Company has received order from Delhi Municipal Corporation for 2000 Kiosks, which has resulted in to improvement in stock price. Company is expecting income of Rs. 5000 crores from the project in 9 months period. On the other hand company has also bagged an order of RFDI supply order from Singapore government. Company is likely to get some orders from banking industry in connection with visa master certification. Stock trades in current market at 7 times of the income of 2008. Invest in the scrip at every dip in the price.

PFC (Rs.137.00) (Code: 532810) :- Company is providing finance in power sector. It is a leading finance company from the power sector and it is likely to earn good benefit from the rising demand for power. Investment on the counter is likely to benefit investors. Loan portfolio of the company shows stable growth is likely to lead to good growth of the company. Company is likely to earn net profit of Rs. 1447 crores from gross income of Rs. 2169 crores during 2009-10, which will result in to EPS of Rs. 12.58. Stock trades in current market at 1.36 times of estimated book value of the scrip during FY 2009-10. The stock with PE ratio of 10.88 is expected to provide 18 per cent return to the investors.
KEC International (Rs.136.00) (Code: 532714) :- The company from RPG group is active in the segment like power transmission, engineering and construction business. Company has recently bagged an order of Rs. 67 crores from Power Grid Corporation and Rs. 255 crores from rural electrification project from WB based company. Company has also bagged orders from AP government for turn key transmission projects. Company has earned net profit of Rs. 24.97 crores from the gross income of Rs. 886.31 crores during Q3 ended in December, 2008. Company is expected to announce very sound financial result by the end of FY 2008-09. Investors should hold their investment in the scrip.

Source: Internet (SmartInvestment)

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