Stocks added in Jan 2016 to my portfolio and plans for Feb 2016 with details of why I added Ashok Leyland heavily and how to capitalize the shocks Mr. Trump can give to Indian equity market.
A report I share each month on the progress of my portfolio of stocks and mutual funds with reasons of each and every stock that I own along with contract notes of trades executed in the current month and share plan for the coming month.
Note: This is not my complete portfolio in the market and I may have open trading positions as well as some previous investments prior to Jan 2016 and other riskier small and micro cap investments.
The major part of demonetization is behind us and the quarterly results that I have seen till now look good as well. Still, I have a keen eye on the upcoming results of companies in my portfolio and will add positions only when I get a clear picture of the impact of demonetization.
Ashok Leyland is my first investment of 2017. Added a position just after I saw the December sales number for the company which had very less impact of demonetization.
You can check out the same report on the BSE website.
Technically the stock has also formed a solid bottom around the ₹75ish level.
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My position was based on December sales number and good bottom being formed. Contract notes of Zerodha attached.
Later I analyzed quarterly results and my views are result was awesome. I focus on sales growth which can lead to other numbers and figures falling in place in the long run. The market did not take numbers that positively but positive management commentary took the stock price higher. Will wait for a significant correction to add more position.
In my last month’s report I expected a recovery and that is exactly what happened. Though I did not expect such a sharp recovery but it made my portfolio look much better. Still, I want to see quarterly results which are coming out today (1st Feb 2017) along with the budget.
I am upbeat on Britannia Industries but still, prefer to wait till 13th Feb 2017 for quarterly results to get a clear picture of the impact of demonetization.
Jubilant Foodworks is one of those stocks which has not performed as I would like to but again this is a company that is expanding in sales but at the cost of margins which is not taken positively by the market and rightly so for a stock trading at 50+ PE.
I will look at the quarterly results on 6th Feb 2017 and want to analyze the impact of demonetization and then decide next line of action for this stock.
Capital investment increased from ₹15,51,729 to ₹16,32,676, an increase of ₹80,947 in the month of January. The performance of the portfolio built so far is as follows:
- Infosys: 780 (60)
- Average Buy: 1165
- Average Sold: 1178
- Tata Steel: 9,200 (400)
- Average Buy: 280
- Average Sold: 303
- Larsen & Toubro: 2,080 (20)
- Average Buy: 1241
- Average Sold: 1345
Total Profit Realized: 12,060
- Zydus Wellness: 325
- Larsen & Toubro: 365
- Jubilant FoodWorks: 250
- Britannia Inds.: 900
- Birla SL Tax Plan: 8,581
- DSPBR Tax Saver: 1,460
Total Dividend Received: 11,881
Stocks I am holding in my portfolio along with the link to why I have invested in them.
- Ashok Leyland 1,81,500 (2000) [Why]
- Invested: 1,60,192
- Profit: +21,308
- Britannia Inds. 1,40,870 (45) [Why]
- Invested: 1,18,731
- Profit+Dividend: +23,039
- Jubilant FoodWorks 87,615 (100) [Why]
- Invested: 1,09,503
- Loss+Dividends: -21,638
- Jubilant Life Sciences 2,01,420 (300) [Why]
- Invested: 1,34,636
- Profit: +66,784
- Pidilite Industries 6,73,500 (1000) [Why]
- Invested: 7,18,864
- Loss: -45,364
- Zydus Wellness 2,16,800 (250) [Why]
- Invested: 2,04,690
- Profit+Dividends: +12,435
- Total Stocks: 15,01,705
- Invested: 14,46,617
- Profit+Dividends: +56,564
- Birla SL Tax Plan-D: 1,12,305
- Invested: 1,05,000
- Profit+Dividend: +15,786
- DSPBR Tax Saver-D: 1,07,498
- Invested: 1,05,000
- Total Mutual Funds: 2,19,803
- Invested: 2,10,000
- Profit+Dividend: +19,744
- Total Portfolio Valuation: 17,21,509
- Capital Invested: 16,32,676 (Total Investment in stocks & mutual funds less dividends receieved and realized profits)
- Unrealized Profit: +88,833
- Dividend: +11,881
- Realized Profit: +12,060
Big sigh of relief as my stock portfolio and overall portfolio both turned positive.
The large part of demonetization is behind us but Mr. Donald Trump and FED can give some shocks to Indian equity market.
I am very hopeful the shocks will come sooner than later and I would like to capitalize such opportunities.
Also, will have an eye on the outcome of budget and see if I can spot any good investment opportunity.
Over to you
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