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Welcome to Market Insights.

Before we begin with this edition, we would like to thank all of you for joining us at Finbridge Expo 2016, visiting our bay, and participating in the "Guess The Sensex" contest. Winners of the contest have been announced in this edition.


This edition includes recommendations from Firstcall India Equity to BUY a fastest growing company in the sanitary ware segment and a debt-free KPO company for the mid- to long-term. In addition to that, we also have AUM Capital recommending to BUY Karnataka Bank, analysing the strong prospects the bank has after reporting strong growth in its business. Also, given that the Quick Heal Technologies IPO is underway at present, we are also offering our readers an opportunity to read notes on this IPO by various research houses, including HDFC Sec. Lastly, we have Mr. Varun Parekh justifying Swing Trading as the best option to bank on momentum while minting the exact profits.

 

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IPO Note: Quick Heal Technologies

According to HDFC Sec, while the offer comprises a Fresh Issue by the Company and an Offer for Sale by the Selling Shareholders, the company will not receive any proceeds from the Offer for Sale.

Read the elaborate analysis by HDFC Securities


Buy this fastest growing company in the sanitary ware segment in India
According to Firstcall India Equity, during Q3FY16, the company's net profit jumped to Rs. 201.09 mn against Rs. 161.61 mn in Q3FY15, up 24.43%. At CMP of Rs.1695.00, the stock P/E ratio is at 28.92 X FY16E and 25.56 FY17E respectively. Investors can BUY this scrip for the mid- to long-term for target of 1950.

Karnataka Bank: Prospect remains strong, buy
According to AUM Capital, notwithstanding challenging environment, Karnataka Bank has continued to report a strong growth in its business. For the period of FY11-15, its total business (advances & deposits) grew at a CAGR of ~15% to ~Rs.77700 crores.

Winners of the "Guess The Sensex" contest convened at Finbridge Expo 2016

 

1) Mr. Dhrunil Mehta, 2) Mr. Uday Dubey, and 3) Mr. Nishith Shah

 

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Buy this debt-free KPO for the mid- to long-term
According to Firstcall India Equity, at CMP of Rs. 1307.65, the stock is trading at a P/E ratio of 15.86 X FY16E and 14.35 X FY17E respectively. Investors are recommended to BUY this particular scrip with a target price of Rs. 1,480.00 for medium to long term investments.

Want to earn profits in a volatile market? Try Swing Trading
According to Mr. Varun Parekh, while some traders take positional stand on some stocks. There are also a few who believe in swing trading. If you ask him, personally, he finds swing trading as the best option. Swing trade allows traders to bank on momentum while minting the exact profits you deserve.

Quick Heal Technologies IPO

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