Bharat Nidhi Unlisted shares

Bharat Nidhi is an NBFC
Bharat Nidhi is an NBFC holding stakes in Bennett, Coleman & Co

Bharat Nidhi Limitd (Bharat Bank Ltd) is registered with Reserve Bank of India as Non-Banking Financial Company.  The Company has an agreement in force with Bennett, Coleman & Co. Limited for distribution of its Publications in Delhi/NCR. Bharat Nidhi is listed on Calcutta Stock Exchange and its shares are put on dissemination board.

For buying shares of Bharat Nidhi or any other companies, please call on 8108303330 or place your order here 

In 1951, the company discontinued its banking business and subsequently changed its name to Bharat Nidhi Limited pursuant to revised Certificate of Incorporation issued by Registrar of Companies, NCT of Delhi and Haryana, dated February 27, 1952.

Bharat Nidhi was incorporated on 21st September, 1942 under The Indian Companies Act, 1913 in the name and style of Bharat Bank Limited to carry out the Banking Activities.


Friday big bang blockbuster debut for BSE

BSE lists with a bang
BSE sees stellar debut

Shares of Asia’s oldest bourse, BSE saw stellar debut on Friday, 3 February 2017. The stock settled at Rs 1,070.55 on the NSE, a premium of 32.82% compared with initial public offer price of Rs 806.

Shares of BSE made its debut at Rs 1,085 on NSE. The stock had hit a high of Rs 1,200 and a low of Rs 1,065.10 in intraday trade. The initial public offer (IPO) of BSE had received strong response from investors. The IPO was oversubscribed 51.22 times.

The stock has already delivered multibagger returns as it was alerted to investors near Rs 300 levels (face value Rs 2) when it was unlisted about two years back.  For investors who want to get such stock messages, please click

The recent market buoyancy has triggered an IPO boom. Companies with good fundamentals are seeing huge oversubscription leaving investors with nil or low allotment. This is very annoying as there is a loss of opportunity to make profit in form of listing gains.

Also investors would be disappointed by nil or low allotment as IPOs are an entry point for many new investors who begin their stock market journey.

To address this situation, investing in stocks at a pre-IPO stage makes sense. The biggest benefit is getting the assured desired quantity. Also there is price benefit. This wealth creating tool was earlier available only to institutions, private equity investors and high networth investors.

But now, retail investors can also take benefit of such multibagger returns from investing in unlisted shares. Many fundamentally good companies will be floating their IPOs soon. For more details and buying pre-IPO shares of all companies about to bring out IPO soon, please call on 08108234400 or place your trade details

Unlisted shares of Aspinwall & Co to list today on NSE

Unlisted shares of Aspinwall & Co. Ltd. will be listed on the NSE from today, 14 June 2016.  Latest promoter holding is 64.6%. Consolidated FY 2016 EPS is Rs 10.52. Aspinwall & Co. Ltd. has diversified business interests in the areas of Logistics, Speciality Coffee Natural Fiber Products, Natural Rubber and Tourism.

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Aspinwall and Company details
Series BE – Trade for Trade
ISIN INE991I01015
Face Value Rs.10/-
No. of securities 7818288

Lux Industries sees big bang listing. Should you buy, hold or sell ?

Shares of the innerwear maker Lux Industries saw big bang listing on the NSE on Monday, 30 November 2015. The stock closed at Rs 3,509. 15.

The listing price of Rs 3,500 is bang on target to what was expected and mentioned in previous post on 28 November 2015.

After such a splendid listing, the stock has already become a major multibagger with investors reaping 60x returns in around 3 years.

So the billion dollar question is should you buy, hold or sell Lux Industries ?.

Various perspectives are provided here to help investors decide this

Buy arguments

  • Stock is fundamentally attractive in terms of valuations when compared with listed peers.
  • Company is fastest growing in terms of topline and bottomline in the innerwear sector.
  • Institutional interest will increase once the stock comes out of ‘T’ group.
  • Very less floating stock

Strong brand, loyal dealers and product range.

Hold arguments

  • There are short delivery positions in the stock as per market sources as stock is in T group with 5% circuit.
  • Momentum is high as investors are getting an alternative to listed peers
  • Bonus or split is on cards as share price is high and company is performing very well.

Sell arguments

  • Stock has run up a lot and profit booking might emerge

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Lux Industries to relist on NSE on Monday

Shares of the innerwear maker Lux Industries will start trading on the NSE from Monday, 30 November 2015.

The scrip has already given multibagger returns to investors.

Stock was being traded at a mere Rs 50 three years back and has now reached almost Rs 3,500. An over 60x returns in three years.

Despite such a steep rally, valuations are still attractive compared with other listed peers.

As given in valuation table, average PE of the sector is 48.  Hence, applying the same valuation, the stock is likely to trade near Rs 3,500.

Innerwear sector valuation snapshot
Company Face Value FY 2015 EPS PE Share Price
Page Industries 10 175.75 75 13185
Lovable Lingerie 10 11.74 22 262
Rupa & Company 1 8.26 46 378
Ashapura Intimates Fashions 10 4.45 58 260
Maxwell Industries 2 1.08 61 66
TT 10 1.88 30 56
Average PE of 6 companies in sector 48
Lux Industries 10 90 35 3150 ???
Lux Industries 10 90 40 3600 ???
Lux Industries 10 90 45 4050 ???

Five years financial performance

Lux Inds important details snapshot 5 years
Company is the fastest growing in the sector