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[Latest] Investment Report: Young, very fast growing company with attractive valuations

Recently we released our new Investment idea for all our premium members (Alpha/Alpha +) and would like to share with you details on the same. Our latest pick is a Young, small-size company, founded by a first generation entrepreneur and growing by leaps and bounds. We like companies which don’t need much capital for growth, yet still have huge opportunities for growth ahead of them. Our latest stock idea belongs to the same category because the company follows an asset light model with primary focus on…

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[Report]: GIC Housing Finance: Mid size HFC promoted by well known re-insurer General Insurance Corporation

Dear Sir, We would like to share with you a detailed report on GIC Housing Finance (NSE – GICHSGFIN). Recently, in Sep’16 we shared our findings on GIC Housing Finance (NSE – GICHSGFIN), a well-known name in the housing finance space and promoted by domestic re-insurer General Insurance Corporation (GIC). The report was initiated for Alpha and Alpha plus members in September 2016 at around levels of 312 (CMP – 515). Currently, we have a positive rating on the stock.   [Latest] Investment…

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Infosys buy-back…should you participate or not?

In a recent announcement Infosys has announced a share buy-back plan of Rs 13,000 crore. The buy-back is through tender offer process and is subject to approval of shareholders. The buy-back has been announced post the resignation of Mr. Vishal Sikka which has already caused more than 10% correction in the stock price of the company. So, if you are shareholder of Infosys, what should you do?…even if you are not, is the buy-back an interesting opportunity or if there…

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Jagran Prakashan – Decent returns on the back of buy-back of shares

Dear Sir, We would like to bring to your attention a Special situation opportunity on the buy-back of shares in Jagran Prakashan (NSE – JAGRAN). We initiated this opportunity for our Alpha + members in Jan’17 around 177 odd levels and recently closed the same in Apr’17 around average price of 193 (weighted average price of shares tendered in buy-back and remaining sold in open market); thereby generating more than 35% annualized return on the opportunity. Basically, acceptance ratio in the small shareholders category was…

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