Best Shares To Buy For Short Term In July 2018
Jul 01, 2018 | 18:32 PM IST
Jul 01, 2018 | 18:32 PM IST
In general, Short-Term investments are considered to be riskier than long term investments. But, short-term investments are important for making more profit from cash savings or liquid assets. Below were the best stocks to buy in July 2018, read Best Short Term Stocks To Buy Today if you are looking to buy shares today.
Best Shares to Buy For July 2018
Best Shares to Buy For July 2018: 5th Week
Mahindra & Mahindra (NSE: M&M) (Share Price: Rs.896): Potential Buy (10 Steps To Pick The Best Stocks)
Valuation: Undervalued stock with trailing PE of 14.86x.
Reasons to consider: Continuous volume growth at average growth rate of ~8-10%. Healthy ROE of around 19-20%. Cash rich company.
Drivers: The company's aim is to increase the revenue share of global FES to 50% from ~35% currently by focusing on small farmers, key agriculture markets such as USA, Mexico, Brazil and Turkey , tractors and other relayed products, & strategic alliances. Long-term demand outlook remains healthy on account of normal monsoon and government focus on infrastructure in rural India.
Financial: Revenue increased by Rs 47577 cr in FY18 vs Rs 41895 cr in FY17. EBITDA margin improved to 24.5% in FY18. Net profit stood at Rs 4623 cr in FY18 vs Rs 3890 cr in FY17.
Reliance Home Finance (NSE: RHFL) (Share Price: Rs.59.80): Potential Buy
Valuation: Fairly valued with trailing PE of 15.97x as compared to close peers.Reasons to consider: Reliance Home Finance's loan book recorded robust growth of 33 percent YoY and stood at Rs 16,380 crore. Asset quality remained intact, with the reported GNPA at (same levels as FY17) 0.8%. Provision coverage ratio stood at 47 percent up from 26 percent in FY17.Drivers: Affordable housing segment driving loan book growth of the company. Also, focus on small ticket lending, and strict policy measures keep NPA under control. The company expects to maintain cost/income ratio in the current levels.
Financial: AUM increased to Rs. 16380 crores (+47%) as on FY18. In FY18 disbursements grew by 19% YoY to Rs 8,700 crore. Gross NPAs remained stable at 0.8%; NIMs improved to 3.9% in FY18 vs 3.4% in FY17. Return on Equity is at 15.1%.
Varroc Engineering Limited (IPO) : Potential Buy
About the Company: Varroc Engineering Limited is a global tier-1 (tier-1 companies are companies that directly supply to original equipment manufacturers ("OEMs")) automotive component group. It designs, manufactures and supplies exterior lighting systems, plastic and polymer components, electricals-electronics components, and precision metallic components to the passenger car, commercial vehicle, two-wheeler, three-wheeler and off-highway vehicle ("OHV") OEMs directly worldwide.Varrocs position among Indias top auto component groups, with a 4% share of global automobile lighting systems and top PV (passenger vehicle) makers as customers. The company also has a 6% share of the premium PV lighting market, which is growing fast.
Object of the Issue: IPO is an offer for sale, company will not receive any proceeds from the IPO whereas it will create brand equity for the company by listing in the market. This offer for sale (OFS) comprising of 2,01,21,730 equity shares with face value of Rs 1 per share. The IPO size is worth Rs 1945.77 crore.
Issue Date: June 26, 2018- June 28, 2018Price Band: Rs 965-967 per shareLot Size: 15 SharesValuation: The company has PE of 28.9x considering the upper price band of Rs 967 with EPS of Rs 33.4 for FY18. Companys PE is less than average industry PE of 42.6x.
Reasons to consider: The company is position among Indias top auto component groups, with a 4% share of global automobile lighting systems and top PV (passenger vehicle) makers as customers. The company also has a 6% share of the premium PV lighting market, which is growing fast. Operating margin and return ratios are lower than peers. As per management forecast that the company is increasing presence in the premium LED lighting segment which will lift realizations and margins. A low-cost manufacturing base and focus on driving up margins, lift the growth prospectus of the company. Presence in domestic and international market, strong relationship with clients, expansion plans in process would aid topline.
Financial: Revenue grew from Rs 6951 cr in FY15 to Rs 10378 cr in FY18. PAT rose up to Rs 451 cr in FY18 from Rs 17 cr in FY15. EPS increased to Rs 33.4 per share in FY18 from Rs 1.35 per share in FY15.
Astra Microwave Products (NSE: ASTRAMICRO) (Share Price: Rs.104): Potential Buy
Valuation: Undervalued stock as compared to close peers with trailing PE of 14.92x.
Reasons to consider: Astra-microwave products Ltd (AMPL) is leading designer and manufacturer of wide array of radio frequency systems, microwave chips, microwave based components and subsystems for Defence, Telecom and Space. The company posted healthy numbers in FY18.
Drivers: Healthy order book of Rs 503 cr whereas order intake guidance was given of Rs 600 cr for FY19E. Company to benefit from improvement in demand for radars and subsystems due to ongoing indigenous missiles programmes. Meanwhile, companys focus in new projects will drive future growth.
Financial: In FY18 PAT grew by 7% YoY to Rs 61 cr. EBITDA margins improved by 510bps due to execution of higher margin domestic orders.
Best Shares to Buy For July 2018: 4th Week
Rites IPO : Potential Buy
About the company: RITES is a leading player in the transport consultancy and engineering sector in India. The company provides diversified and comprehensive solutions in all facets of transport infrastructure and related technologies. It has significant presence as a transport infrastructure consultancy organization in the railway sector. It also provides consultancy services across other infrastructure and energy market sectors including urban transport, roads and highways, ports, inland waterways, airports, institutional buildings, ropeways, power procurement and renewable energy. The company has experience spanning 44 years and has undertaken projects in over 55 countries including Asia, Africa, Latin America, South America and Middle East regions.
Objective of issue: IPO is an offer for sale through which company is going to divest 2,52,00,000 equity shares or 12.60% stake by the Government of India worth Rs 466.20 crores for face value of Rs 10. The company intends to use the proceeds from the IPO to finance projects like leasing of locomotives, rolling stock and other equipments, investment in BOT and BOOT projects, maintenance facilities, to build training centre at Gurgaon etc.
Issue Date- June 20, 2018 June 22, 2018
Issue Price- Rs 180-185 per share
Lot Size- 80 shares
Valuation: The company is undervalued with upper price band PE of 11x for 9MFY18 (EPS Rs 12.14) and 10x for FY17 (EPS- Rs 17.63) with no close peers.
Reasons to consider: RITES intends to increase scale of operations in railway infrastructure sector by taking up turnkey projects and expansion of services for metro and airport projects. Further, it also plans to increase share of business in renewable energy generation and power procurement for Indian Railways, manufacturing of wagons and joining upcoming opportunities like station development. This could meaningfully improve its order book and thereby the revenues. Right now company is having healthy orderbook of Rs 48 bn which provides three years of revenue visibility. Expanding international foothold and strong financials plays well for the company.
Financial: Revenue from operations has increased at a CAGR of 15.60% from Rs 10,12.68 cr in the FY15 to Rs 1353.35 cr in the FY17, and its PAT has increased at a CAGR of 7.63% from Rs 3,12.21 cr in FY15 to Rs 3,61.66 cr in the FY17.
Pitti Engineering (NSE: PITTIENG) (Share Price: Rs.88): Potential Buy
Valuation: Overvalued as compared to close peers with trailing PE of 23.53x.Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in Q4FY18. Equity of company is Rs 14.92 cr with huge reserves of Rs 134 cr. The company reduced debt to 0.57x as of no from 1.72x in FY17. Drivers: The company is manufacturer of stator & rotor core assemblies, die cast rotors, high precision machine components, pole assemblies, specialized electrical steel lamination, etc. It also manufactures special lamination and stamping for all kind of machines. Stable industrial growth provides good demand for the company.
Financials: In Q4FY18, net sales grew by 40% YoY to Rs 127 cr. EBITDA margin rose to 14.65% vs 8.39 in Q4FY17. PAT increased by whopping 1993% YoY to Rs 2.7 cr.
Jamna Auto Industries Ltd (NSE: JAMNAAUTO) (Share Price: Rs.89): Potential Buy
Valuation: Overvalued with trailing PE of 28.43x as compared to close peers (less than last few weeks trailing PE of 31x).Reasons to consider: The company posted strong Q4FY18 numbers. The company enjoys healthy leverage status with D/E of 0.3x. The company maintains ROE of 33%. Drivers: The company placed well to ride commercial vehicle sales cycle. The company has strategical location advantage with facility at close proximity to OEM players which saves logistic cost and also keep market share intact with high entry barrier to new players.
Financials: In Q4FY18, net sales grew by 26.7% to Rs 596 cr YoY. EBITDA margin stood at 15.01%. PAT up by 47.27% to Rs 46.72 cr.
TCS (NSE: TCS) (Share Price: Rs.1841): Potential Buy
Valuation: Overvalued as compared to close peers with trailing PE of 27.3x.Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in FY18 led by double digit growth in cloud and cyber security services. Low attrition rate of average 11% and healthy utilization rate plays well for the company.Drivers: Stable currency led to currency growth in coming times. Retail vertical to drive growth in CY18. Tepid headcount addition would keep margin healthy. The board of directors of the company has approved a proposal to buyback up to 7,61,90,476 equity shares of the company for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 16,000 crore , at Rs 2,100 per equity share.
Financials: In FY18, revenue has grown by 4.4% to Rs 1,23,104 cr. Operating income stood at Rs 30,502 cr with margin of 24.8%. Net income stood at Rs 25,826 cr with margin of 21%. EPS is Rs 134.19/share.
Best Shares to Buy For July 2018: 3rd Week
Ashok Leyland (NSE: ASHOKLEY) (Share Price: Rs.142): Potential Buy (10 Steps To Pick The Best Stocks)
Valuation: Fairly valued with trailing PE of 23.79x as compared to close peers.
Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in FY18. The management expects to continue its strong growth over FY19, on the back of domestic infra-led M&HCV demand, hub & spoke model doing well and international markets performing well. Overloading restrictions seem to have eased only in UP and Rajasthan, where Ashok Leyland has relatively lower presence. Hence, overloading ease can have only ~1-2% impact on the company.
Drivers: Scrappage policy expected to come in by Apr-20 will be a major growth driver for the CV industry. Increased government focus on infrastructure spend, pre-buying ahead of BS VI implementation, scrappage policy, shift towards hub and spoke model and pickup in mining activities would led the growth momentum to continue for the M&HCV segment. Order from defense sector fuels topline of the company.
Financial: Net revenue increased by 30% to Rs 26,170.3 cr in FY18. EBITDA rose by 23.4% to Rs 2711.2 cr in FY18. PAT is up by 25.5% to Rs 1534.8 cr in FY18.
Fine Organics Industries Ltd (IPO) (Price band: Rs.780 to 783): Potential Buy
Valuation: Consolidated EPS for Dec 2017 is Rs 26.38/share and for FY17 is Rs 25.56/share which gives PE of 30.63x with upper price band of Rs 783 per share, which is slightly overvalued.
Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in last five years. The company is the market leader and largest producer of oleochemical-based additives in India and a stronger player globally. Strong R&D capability and strategically located manufacturing facility at Mumbai plays well for the company. These additives have application in consumer and processed food, cosmetics, plastics, and packaging material. Sectors like consumer goods and FMCG drives the growth of the company. Rising rural income and increasing demand for FMCG goods augurs well for the company.
Financial: Revenue increased to Rs 789.2 cr in FY17 from Rs 497.5 cr in FY13. Total assets build up to Rs 457.6 cr in FY17 from Rs 255.3 cr in FY13. PAT rose to Rs 79.4 cr in FY17 from Rs 20.8 cr in FY13. ROE for FY17 is 24.65%.
JM Financial (NSE: JMFINANCIAL) (Share Price: Rs.132): Potential Buy
Valuation: Undervalued stock with trailing PE of 17.39x as compared to close peers.
Reasons to consider: The company registered 37% growth in revenue in FY18 and 25% growth in net profit. Also, it forayed into SME lending which has shown good performance. Strong profitability, adequate capitalization and comfortable asset quality shows financial strength of the company.
Drivers: The company having diversified financial service profile with strong brand image. Ramp up in fund based lending business in past three years augur well for company's growth.
Financial: In Q4FY18, revenue of the company increased to Rs.80 cr in Q4FY18 (vs Rs 11.4 cr in Q3FY18). Net profit increased to Rs 49 cr in Q4FY18 . EPS rose to Rs.0.61/share.
Share Market Tips For July 2018: 2nd Week
Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd (NSE: KALPATPOWR) (Share Price: Rs.442): Potential Buy (10 Steps To Pick The Best Stocks)
Valuation:Slightly overvalued as compared to close peers with trailing PE of 24.22x.
Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in last five years. Revenue grew at an approximate 10% CAGR in last five years. The company has a strong order book of Rs.12,404 crore in FY18. Significant improvement in utilization levels average utilization over 80% for FY18.
Drivers:Government thrust for electrification would boost company's growth. Healthy order inflow gives a long-term revenue visibility.
Financial:Revenue grew by 18% in FY18 to Rs.2,756 crore. EBITDA margin expanded to 11.5% by 300 bps. PAT is up by 110% to Rs.34 crore.