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Today, I would like to share with you some random examples of wealth creation with Stock Investing. I have experienced them personally and believe you too can benefit from them.
#1 – Limited Losses, Unlimited Gains
We have closed recommendation on 2 stocks since Feb’21. Both were initiated in 2018.
Aarti Drugs – Closed with Gains of 400%
Mirza International – Booked Loss of around 50%
The thing is, when investing in stocks, there are bound to be mistakes. Instead of treating them as fines and avoiding them, treat them as tuition fees and try and make your research and thought process even better.
The best part about investing in stocks is that the gains are virtually limitless while the losses are capped.
In our 10 years odd experience of recommending stocks, we have noticed the following:
- 3 out of every 4 stocks recommended by us have delivered positive returns.
- Max. return by a stock – 2,138%
- Avg. Return on Profitable Stocks – 230%
- Avg. Loss on Negative Stocks – 28%
Thus, not just the mistakes are fewer, even the losses are lower on the wrong ones. Unless, of course, you keep cutting your flowers and watering the weeds.
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#2 – Power of Dividends
It doesn’t hurt to get dividends along with capital appreciation.
Control Print – A stock we initiated in May’14 around 50 odd levels and still holding has already paid back 40 rupees in the form of dividends. Current market price – 260 +
That’s like getting back 80% of your principal back with the bonus of 400% + return through capital appreciation.
#3 – Longer time horizon
Let me share with you two charts:
This stock went nowhere for 6 years and delivered almost zero returns during the period.
Let’s look at another chart of the same company:
Both the charts are of the same company, i.e., Acrysil.
The only difference is the time horizon. First one is for 6 years and the second one is for 9.5 years.
The same company which delivered zero returns over the course of 6 years has delivered over 2000% returns in 9.5 years.
Not every stock will end up delivering 20x in 9-10 years and one will have to be especially careful about the timing in the cyclical companies; however, the general idea is expanding time horizon when investing in stocks/businesses helps.
Disclosure: I have personal investment in Control Print and Acrysil.
Research Analyst Details
Name: Ekansh Mittal Email Id: [email protected] Ph: +91 727 5050062
Analyst ownership of the stock: Yes, in Control Print and Acrysil
Details of Associates: Not Applicable
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Disclosure (SEBI RA Regulations)
Whether the research analyst or research entity or his associate or his relative has any financial interest in the subject company/companies and the nature of such financial interest – Yes, in Control Print and Acrysil
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