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Monday, September 22, 2008

Reliance Industries - Update

Reliance Industries is one my favorites. Some of you would recall that I have been recommending this stock from Rs 520 onwards when the feud between two warring brothers were on the street and media was opening fresh can of warms on a daily basis by flashing new breaking stories released by 'good sources' of warring brothers. The entire market during that time was in upswing while RIL stock was butchered to the extend that it became an untouchable stock. Later they reached a settlement and problem got resolved leading to unlocking huge value which I was talking about in my mails. The RIL stockholders were the biggest beneficiaries. They got shares in four companies free of cost. Today RIL is at 2100+ levels and the free stocks (RComm, RNRL, Reliance Energy etc) are doing equally good. This is a return of almost 6 times from the original recommendation.

Now what should we do with the stock with yesterday's 'big' announcement by Mukesh Ambani. One of the conclusions that we can draw is that the company is in a great shape to go to the new levels which means un-parallel growth and solid wealth creation for the shareholders. If you are holding the stock from 520 levels onward (and various other levels when it was re-recommended) then please continue to hold it. This single stock may help you plan your retirement, I am talking about real long term investment!!!

But if you want to buy more then is it the right time to enter in the stock? Should we really want to time the market or intrinsic value offered by the company is more important? The value offered by the company is, as I said earlier, going in the trajectory of un-parallel growth which will be realized over a period of 2-3 years. But the value offered by the market is something under question. So would advice immense caution while making any fresh exposure in the market. Let opportunities go but we should not loss our investment - should be the philosophy of the investment. I am of the opinion that market may come down to 9000 levels due to various reasons, discussed in earlier posting, over a period of next 6 months and that will be an amazing opportunity for investment. However, one can start investing from a level below 12000 thru' a stagger investment mechanism. If you have any questions, then please do write to me or post your comments on blog itself.

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Amit said...

May please advise what is the probability of Mkts coming down to 9000 levels

Niteen S Dharmawat said...

The possibility is because of various reasons. First, the real impact of increase in interest rate over a period of last one year will come in effect from the next quarter onwards. The next two quarter will result in dip profits of the companies. Second, the impact of the crude and raise in salaries of the government employees coupled with loan waiver to the farmers. This will seriously dent the government exchequer and result more fiscal deficit. So ultimately we will have more inflation. Finally, if crude does not dance below $80 bbl on a consistent basis then controlling the inflation will be very very difficult for the government. This will vanish the possibility of interest rates coming down in the near future. So the chances of increasing the growth will further diminish.