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AAKASHAYA PATRA WEEKL1Y MARKET OVERVIEW:13.06.2021

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  “The new trading week started on a pleasant note on Monday asthere was some positivity seen across the globe. With this, our benchmark registered a fresh record high while the banking remained quiet on he first day. During the remaining part of the week, Nifty consolidated in a small range as the banking kept sulking. Fortunately, the IT space saw some renewed buying interest which kept our benchmark in the positive terrain to eventually register yet another record high beyond the 15800 mark. Among the key indices, Nifty gained 0.82% during the week which was mainly led by handsome gains of 4.52% in Nifty IT. The Nifty Midcap 50 index too added another 2.57% to its kitty; however, the banking remained laggard by losing over half a percent.       Since we are trading in an uncharted territory, a small uptick from hereon would give us new high. Hence, it should be considered only as a number now. Since last couple of weeks, we have been mentioning how there is no major hurdle seen

AAKASHAYA PATRA EXCLUSIVE STOCK FOR INVESTMENT: 13.06.2021

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                TOURISM FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA CMP 75.6 ENTRY 72 TO 75 STOPLOSS 60 TARGET 175 TIME: 12 MONTHS   Tourism Finance Corporation of India Ltd.(TFCI) is an Indian Financial Institution, setup in 1989 upon the recommendations of the National Committee of Tourism under the aegis of Planning Commission. Established  as a premier tourism financing institution,TFCI has acted as a catalyst in creation of infrastructure in hospitality segment in over 3 decades of its existence. TFCI has also enabled various businesses to channelize their investments into different segments and locations of the tourism industry. Set-up by a group of government organisations like. IFCI, LIC, OIC, SBI, BOI, Canara Bank, etc., TFCI was instrumental in creating many firsts (viz., Indian Railways' Palace on Wheels, Esselworld,spa/wellness resort Ananda in the Himalayas, etc.) in hospitality sector. TFCI has assisted a third of the total capacity of branded hotels in India till date. It

AAKASHAYA PATRA SEVEN STAR SMART EDUCATION SERIES PART – 63 : 25.10.2020

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  Financial Ratios - Leverage Ratios. Leverage ratios measure the extent to which a company relies on debt financing in comparison to equity financing in its capital structure. Debt involves borrowing money to be repaid, plus interest, while equity involves raising money by selling interests in the company.Companies normally prefer debt financing rather than equity financing. This is because of the cost of debt is lower than the cost of equity mainly because of one important fact that interest payment on debt in tax deductible while the dividend paid to the equity shareholders is taxable. However, debt creates with it a requirement for fixed payment in form of interest. That's not all;debt must at some point be repaid.In a situation when proceeds of debt can yield much higher return than the cost of debt, it may be wise to take on debt to fund the growth of the company. But at the same time if a company takes on too much of debt then the interest paid on the debt, then it m
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  FLEX FOODS LTD.   CMP 62 ENTRY 58 TO 60 STOPLOSS 40 TARGET 120++ TIME: 24 MONTHS Incorporated in 1990, Noida based Flex Foods Limited cultivates &processes food products in India. It offers vacuum freeze dried, air-dried, frozen, and individually quick frozen product range of mushrooms, herbs, spices, fruits, and vegetables; and canned button mushrooms in various shapes and sizes.The company also provides thyme, basil, parsley, dill, mint, sage, savory, pickle, chervil,marjoram, rosemary, chives, and oregano culinary herbs. It exports its products to the United States, Europe, Asia, and other countries. In its pursuit to supply high quality product to its customers, Flex Foods Limited sources its raw material through contract farming through a dedicated network of 500 farmers. This is done in about 2500 acres of land in and around Dehradun, providing the farmers with the high quality seeds, imparting best farm practices, following strict MRL and assured buying at the most co

AAKASHAYA PATRA WEEKLY MARKET OVERVIEW: 25.10.2020

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  AAKASHAYA PATRA WEEKLY MARKET OVERVIEW: 25.10.2020 From the close of previou s week our markets opened gap up on 1st day. After a gap up, our markets managed to close nearly where it opened for the day and that sets a good tone for the week ahead. 2nd day of the week, we saw some up move in the beginning but by the day end much of it got fizzled out. Wednesday was one peculiar day where we opened gap up and survived upper thrust but in final 2 hours, we saw a serious down move and before any market participants finds the reasons for it, we did   saw a great recovery from the day's low. Down move and up move happened in a quick succession leaving every traders in the jeopardy. Thursday and Friday were just a regular moves which finally led our benchmark NIFTY gaining +1.43% and BANKNIFTY gaining +4.03% for the week. The good news came from MIDCAP and SMALLCAP which silently outperformed the NIFTY with the gains of +3.09% and +2.65% respectively. From the sectors,REALTY moved the h

AAKASHAYA PATRA SEVEN STAR SMART EDUCATION SERIES PART – 62 : 18.10.2020

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  Financial Ratios - Liquidity Ratios   Inventory Turnover Ratio: - Inventory turnover ratio is the ratio of Cost of Goods Sold to the Average Inventory. This ratio helps us to analyze  how popular are companies products. If the company's products are really popular the inventory turnover ratio would be high otherwise it will be low.   Inventory Turnover Ratio = Net Sales / Average Inventory   Inventory Number of Days: - Inventory Number of Days tells us about How much time (days) the company takes to convert its inventory into cash.   Inventory Number of Days = 365 / Inventory Turnover Ratio On one hand, a lower number can indicate that company's products are fast moving and popular which is a good sign but on other hand it can also indicate that the company has a limited production capacity which is not a good sign. This can be due to inability to expand business due to shortage of funds or inability to raise fresh money, shortage of raw materials, etc. You ca

AAKASHAYA PATRA EXCLUSIVE STOCK FOR INVESTMENT: 18.10.2020

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  ADITYA BIRLA MONEY LTD CMP 43 ENTRY 40 TO 42 STOPLOSS 32 TARGET 65++ TIME: 12 MONTHS Aditya Birla Money Limited (ABML), a subsidiary of Aditya Birla Capital Limited is currently engaged in the business of securities broking and is registered as a stock broker with SEBI. It offers equity and derivatives trading through NSE and BSE and holds PMS license from SEBI and offers portfolio management services. ABML is also registered as a Depository Participant with National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and the Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL). It also holds SEBI license as a research analyst and an investment adviser. ABML also holds an ARN code issued by AMFI and is registered with CDSL as an e-Repository for holding insurance policies in electronic form. It has a pan India distribution network of over 41 branches spread across Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, UP, West Bengal, Punjab, Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Delhi, Guja