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[Report]: Suven Lifesciences (NSE: SUVEN) – A business with lots of optionality

One of our investment theses is to look for businesses with very strong core operations and lots of optionality. By optionality, we mean Low-cost mistakes, with known maximum losses, and large potential payoff. Based on the above theses we initiated a recommendation on Suven Lifesciences (NSE: SUVEN) for our Premium members. The report was initiated around 175 odd levels and in our last update on the company on 16th Feb’19; we had a positive rating around 223 odd levels.  …

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Outlook Business Apr’19 issue

Source: Outlook Business Apr’19   Disclosure: I have personal investment in Greenply Industries and the stock has been recommended to our Premium Members as well.   Best Regards, Ekansh Mittal Research Analyst http://www.katalystwealth.com/ Ph.: +91-727-5050062, Mob: +91-9818866676 Email: info@katalystwealth.com    Research Analyst Details Name: Ekansh Mittal     Email Id: ekansh@katalystwealth.com    Ph: +91 727 5050062 Analyst ownership of the stock: Yes Details of Associates: Not Applicable Analyst Certification: The Analyst certify (ies) that the views expressed herein accurately reflect his (their) personal view(s)…

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[Mar’19] Stock investment report – Fast growing high quality business at low valuations

Bad markets provide some of the best investment opportunities and most of the smart investors look at it optimistically. The logic is very basic: It’s easier to find good businesses at reasonable or very low valuations during such periods and during the ensuing bull run one gets the benefit of both earnings and PE rerating. While bad markets don’t promise immediate returns, our experience suggests that investments made during downturns deliver the best returns in 3-4 years. Luckily, these days…

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[Mar’19] Special situation opportunity: Value unlocking through separation of businesses

Dear Sir, Do you consider yourself a good investor? Well, over the years we have seen that several good investors park their surplus funds in short term opportunities like de-merger, buy-back, de-listing, merger, rights issue, etc for decent gains in a period of 3-4 months (on average). Major portion of their corpus remains invested in high quality stocks for long/medium term investment; however surplus funds get parked in Special situation opportunities for better rate of return in short term with…

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