Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Past Performance of Mahesh Kaushik Fundamental Stock Recommendations Part 6

Respected Readers, 

Sorry for late update because I am busy to select good stocks for my new research reports and also give my time for edit Hindi Edition of my book. 
I scan 100-200 companies data then I find only 1 stock which full- fill all of my criteria so this is a very time consuming job. plus I get many comments and e mails from my followers so most of my time consume in reply of these comments and e mail. 
Now we continue this journey. 
New readers please start it from part 1 , here is the link of part 1 

01.08.13 
I publish a new stock Pricol Ltd @ 16.35 you can read this past recommendation here:- 
Chandu invest his fresh 5000 in this stock and buy 306 share of Pricol Ltd and invest total 5003+ brokerage 50=5053

So as on 01.08.13 Chandu portfolio plus balance sheet of stock market business is:-
1. BLB Ltd 1672 Share Buying price 2.99 ( Investment with brokerage 5050)
LTP on 01.08.13 is 3.55 Unrealized profit 936.32 ( Realized Dividend income 167)
Why Chandu not book this profit 936.32:- Chandu is my strict follower and not book his profit where holding period is below 1 year because after 1 year profits are tax free and one year is sufficient time to evaluate company performance.
2. Manali Petro Ltd 554 share buying price 9.02 ( Investment with brokerage 5047)
LTP on 01.08.13 is 6.85 Unrealized loss 1052.60  ( Realized Dividend income 277)
3.National plastic ltd 571 share buying price 8.75 ( Investment with brokerage 5046)
LTP on 01.08.13 is 7.69 Unrealized loss 609.50
4.Vinyl Chemical Ltd 524 share buying price 9.55 (  Investment with brokerage 5054)
LTP on 01.08.13 is 11.70 Unrealized profit 1126.60  ( Realized Dividend income 277)
5. Guj Sidhee Cement 218 Share buying price 23 (Investment with brokerage 5064)
LTP on 01.08.13 is 12.25 Unrealized loss 2343.50
Total investment from 17 March 2013 to 01 August 2013 ;- 30314
Net Dividend income ( Tax Free):-1081

Chandu do not worried to see this unrealized loss in above 3 stocks because he knew that this loss was notional loss and notional loss is not a real loss until he sell his stocks. 
Chandu knew that as per mahesh kaushik theory if price of these stocks is down till zero then his maximum loss is INR 5000 in each stock but his growth potential is unlimited if he hold these stock. 
Now one day Chandu meet from his childhood friend Chinki, Chinki say " hi chandu how are you? I see you are very happy today? 
Chandu say " Yes chinki I am happy because I find a very smart business of stock market. 
Chandu tell his story to chinki then chinki ask one question " Why you invest INR 5000 in a stock ? I have no enough money then how I define a minimum amount for investment in a single stock? 
Chandu say " Chinki I told you Mahesh kaushik formula of minimum amount investing in stock market. 
Mahesh Kaushik (My) Formula of Investing:- When you start a stock market business in my style then first of all I recommended to invest your INR 650 to buy and read these 2 books (click on link for buying these book and read details about these 2 books):-
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Now as per book one "The richest man in babylon" decide your monthly saving ( it is 10% of your total monthly income)
suppose your monthly net income INR 50,000 then 10%=INR 5000 ( which i use in chandu example or in my case).
If you earn INR 20000 in a month then this amount is INR 2000 ( 10% of 20000).
Suppose your income is INR 30,000 per month and you decide to save INR 3000 per month then do not invest more then 3000 in a single stock.
First of all wait your 3 month saving when you save 3000*3=9000 then deposit it in your trading account and now invest INR 3000 in each of my new recommendation of http://www.maheshkaushik.com/
Suppose you start your investment on 01.01.2016 with INR 9000 then you invest INR 3000 in Bank of Maharashatra in Chandu style and hold INR 6000 in cash for my next recommendations.
Every month add your 10% saving in your stock market business ( in this example every month add INR 3000, Read book one for more detail)
and every time invest your 3000 in a fresh stock do not average out your falling stocks.
In above example Chandu invest his 5000 in Pricol Ltd as a fresh buy he do not average out guj sidhee stock which is fall near 50% from his buying price.
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