Share Market Tips For November 2018

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Share Market Tips For November 2018: 5th Week

Centum Electronics Ltd (NSE: CENTUM) (Share Price: Rs.381): Avoid (10 Steps To Pick The Best Stocks)

Valuation: Expensive stock.

Reasons to Avoid: The company posted negative earnings in last two quarters owing to higher cost of debt. Though operating margin has compressed to 5.4% in FY18 from last two years. Cash flow per share is also negative. Improvement is leverage status and operational efficiency would give financial strength to the company.

Financial: In Q2FY19, the company reported revenue of Rs 231 crores. Operating margin stood at 5.76% in Q2FY19. The company registered a loss of Rs 3.37 crores in PAT.

Share Market Tips For November 2018: 4th Week

Suzlon Energy (BSE: SUZLON) (Share Price: Rs.5.55): Avoid

Valuation: Expensive stock.

Reasons to avoid: Promoter's have pledged more than 99% of their holdings and holding is low: 19.79%. Promoter's stake has decreased. Debt is increasing continuously.

Financial: In Q2FY19, the company reported revenue of Rs 1204 crores vs Rs 1157 crores in Q2FY18. Operating margin turn out negative owing to high cost. The company posted negative net profit since last three quarters.

Apollo Tyres Ltd (NSE: APOLLOTYRE) (Share Price: Rs. 225): Potential Buy

Valuation: Undervalued with TM PE of 14.30x.

Reasons to Consider: The havoc created by floods at two of its manufacturing plants in South India, a transport strike and volatile raw material prices, could not prevent Apollo Tyres Ltd. from increasing its global sales by 23% in the second quarter of its FY19.

Drivers: The government has recently imposed a five-year anti dumping duty on the import of radial tyres from China; which is positive for the company. The company has multiple manufacturing facilities in India, Hungary and the Netherlands, with a vast manufacturing and sales network around the globe.

Financials: Apollo Tyres reported a decent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 146 crore for the second quarter of the current financial year, as against Rs 140 crore in the same quarter of last fiscal. The total income during Q2FY19 stood at Rs 4,269 crore as against Rs 3,496 crore in the year ago period.

Share Market Tips For November 2018: 2nd Week

Page Industries (NSE: PAGEIND) (Share Price: Rs.25450): Avoid(10 Steps To Pick The Best Stocks)

Valuation: Overvalued with TTM PE of 73.03x.

Reasons to Avoid:The company comes under bracket of higher valuation. In recent quarter, the company reported a sharp slowdown in growth. Revenue and profit grew around 10% in the Q2FY19. Thats much lower than in the preceding five quarters, when revenue grew in the range of 17-22%, while profits were up 21-44%. Volumes also stagnant with a 0.1% drop as sales in the mens innerwear segment decelerated. Late arrival of festive season is one of the reason for volume slowdown. Revival in volume is awaited.

Financial: The company has reported net sales of Rs.1524.04 crores during H1FY19 as compared to Rs.1331.51 crores in H1FY18. The company has reported net sales of Rs.1524.04 crores during H1FY19 as compared to as compared to Rs.1331.51 crores in H1FY18. The company has reported EPS of Rs.194.61 in H1FY19.

Bharti Infratel Ltd (NSE:INFRATEL) (Share Price: Rs.262): Avoid

Valuation: Stock is overvalued at current levels with PE of 19.3x.

Reasons to avoid: Bharti Infratel (BHIN) has received a notice from Vodafone-Idea for exit of 27,447 co-locations on a consolidated basis. Management indicated that this should lead to a net reduction in monthly rental revenue by INR600-650m on a consolidated basis. This implies a likely decline of 9%/13% in rental revenue/EBITDA. The impact, however, is likely to be less severe than our expectation we were forecasting a net reduction of ~INR970m per month (i.e. a likely decline of 14%/20% in revenue/EBITDA not built in our estimates).

Financial:The 27,447 co-locations to be exited account for 13.7% of the total co-locations (200,778) on a consolidated basis as of 1QFY19. Management indicated that this is likely to result in a reduction in net monthly rental revenue by INR600-650m on a consolidated basis, i.e., 9%/13% impact on rental revenue/EBITDA. Although rental revenue would be hurt by the exits, the impact will be less severe than our expectation. We were forecasting a rental revenue impact of ~INR970m per month, i.e., a 14%/20% decline (not built in our estimates) on 1QFY19 consolidated rental revenue/EBITDA, arrived on the basis of the current rental rate of INR35,276.

Parsvnath Developers Ltd(NSE:PARSVNATH) (Share Price: Rs.8.45): Avoid

Valuation: Company is posting losses since last three years. There's no sign of recovery yet.

Reasons to avoid: The company's promoters have pledged 89.5% of their holdings. The company is sitting on high debt with a debt to equity ratio of 1.58x. The company has delivered poor growth of -20.98% over past five years and its return on equity of 2.18% over the last three years to have been very low. The company has contingent liabilities of Rs.255.48 crore.

Financial:Realty firm Parsvnath Developers Ltd has posted a net loss of Rs 21 crore in the second quarter of this fiscal. Its net loss stood at Rs 33 crore in the year-ago period. Total income fell marginally to Rs 23 crore during the July-September period of this fiscal year from Rs 24 crore in the corresponding period of the previous year.

Indian Hotels Company (NSE: INDHOTEL) (Share Price: Rs.131) : Avoid

Valuation:: Overvalued stock with TTM PE of 178x.

Reasons to avoid:: The company has delivered poor growth of 1.85% over past five years. Company has low interest coverage ratio. Numbers are uncertain for the company through the years. Peers are stable and posting in line number with market expectations. Short term stability is under threat.

Financial:: Looking at QoQ numbers, lot of uncertainty has been seen. Company reported narrowed consolidated net loss to Rs 5.57 crore for the quarter ended September 2018. The company had posted a net loss of Rs 59.95 crore for the corresponding period last fiscal. Total income stood at Rs 981.15 crore for the quarter under consideration as against Rs 864.18 crore in the same period a year ago.

Ashok Leyland (NSE: ASHOKLEY) (Share Price: Rs.118): Potential Buy

Valuation: Fairly valued with trailing PE of 18.91x 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: The company reported 17 per cent increase in its total sale at 15,149 units for the month of October, 2018. 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.

Share Market Tips For November 2018: 1st Week

Uflex (NSE: UFLEX) (Share Price: Rs.298)

Valuation: Undervalued with TTM PE of 6.6x.

Reasons to consider: The company posted healthy numbers in FY18 and Q2FY19 as well. High margin Aseptic's margins would benefit company at margin front.

Drivers: Uflexs Aseptic revenues are expected to start from H2FY19. Uflex will be the second player in the segment in India after Tetra Pack. The company expects to garner market share of 23-24%. Capex, continuous innovation and product portfolio expansion poised well for growth.

Financial: For year FY12, the company posted revenues of Rs 4515 crores and since then it has given steady growth and have managed to reach revenue size Rs 6697 crores in FY18 . The EBITDA of the company in FY12 was Rs 636 crores which has increased to Rs 902 crores in FY18. The net profit has grown from Rs 252 crores in FY12 to Rs 312 crores in FY18.

Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd. (NSE: KALPATPOWR) (Share Price: Rs.356): Potential Buy

Valuation: Undervalued with trailing PE of 15.38x.

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. The company expect Rs 9,000-10,000 cr order inflow in FY19; Expect railways biz to grow at 40% over next 2 years.

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.

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (NSE: ONGC) (Share Price: Rs.153) : Avoid

Valuation: Undervalued stock with TTM PE of 8.86x.

Reasons to avoid: The government has announced a 10% higher price for natural gas at $3.36 per million British thermal unit for six month period beginning October 1. State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) will barely break even at the new natural gas price. Also, the buyback route is being seen as a tool to meet the years divestment target by the government, in which ONGC is one of the name. For ONGC, looking at its total free cash and liquid investment, the buyback seems a bit hefty and amounts to around 42% of its total cash and liquid investments. If buyback happens, It might put ONGC in a tough spot, which could have an impact on the companys dividend payments.

Financial: In FY18, the company recorded total income of Rs 362,246 crores. PAT stood at Rs 23,355 crores vs Rs 26,359 crores in FY17. DE is at 0.5x. EPS stood at Rs 17.23/share.

ICICI Bank Ltd. (NSE: ICICIBANK) (Share Price: Rs.342): Potential Buy

Valuation: Overvalued with TM PE of 62.60x. and PB of 2.12x.

Reasons to consider: The bank posted healthy numbers in Q2FY19. Robust fee growth (17% up YOY), sustain NIM. Asset quality improved- Gross non-performing assets (GNPA) eased to 8.54% in Q2FY19 over 8.81% in Q1FY19. Net NPA also improved to 3.65% from 4.19% during the period.

Driver: The company posted better than expected numbers in Q2FY19. The bank posted uptick in growth, strong operational performance and sustain NIM. The pullback in asset quality and uptrend in coverage were inspiring.

Financial: In Q2FY19, Net interest income (NII), grew 12.41% YOY to Rs 6,417.6 crore with good loan growth of 12.8% YoY and margin improvement. NIM improves by 14bps QoQ. Domestic loan growth for the quarter was at 16% YoY. Deposits also registered a double-digit growth in Q2, growing 12% YoY to over Rs 5.58 lakh crore.