Multibagger Stocks Ideas In India

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Stocks that can multiply your returns several times over are called multibagger stocks. These stocks can be held for several years and they are not stocks that can mint money for investors overnight. Here are a few stocks that have the potential to be true multibaggers stocks in India in the next 3-5 years.

Donear Industries

This company is a very old textile manufacturing company, with solid real estate at a prime location in Western Mumbai. It has been a solid turnaround stock, with the company clocking a Profit Before Tax of Rs. 16.92. crores during 2016-17 resulting in a growth of 181.01% as compared to previous year.

This is a multibagger stock idea for several reasons. The company is sitting on prime real estate and has now leased out its Donear House. This itself has fetched the company a staggering Rs 7.20 crores as rental income in 2016-17. Going ahead we expect the same to improve.

The textile segment revenue has also been growing reasonably well, but the real estate would remain the key for the company. The "Donear" brand is also well known.


Donear Industries: High promoter holding

Donear Industries also has a very low equity capital and high promoter holding of 75 per cent. A slight demand for the stock can send the share rallying. In the last few weeks we have seen the stock falling to Rs 69 from levels of Rs 89, which could be a good opportunity for accumulation of the stock.

The company has also been consistently been paying dividend all these years. We believe that there is a great scope for the stock to rally further from these levels in the next few months. Assured rental income, high promoting holding, renowned brand equity and low equity capital make this stock a good multibagger stock to own at the current levels. Check stock quote of Donear here

Jain Irrigation

Jain irrigation manufactures a whole lot of equipment and products related to Irrigation that includes Micro Irrigation Systems, PVC Pipes, HDPE Pipes, Plastic Sheets etc.

The agriculture industry is one industry that is expected to grow rapidly in the years to come, thanks to the government's ongoing thrust in the area.

Recently, the company won an order for Rs 184 crores. The management recently sounded confident of achieving a turnover of Rs 8,400 crores in revenues for 2017-18, which would be a growth of 20 per cent, year on year. Interestingly, the debt to equity is also expected to come down in the coming years.

Valuations of Jain Irrigation

The agriculture sector will remain a priority and the Union Budget for 2018-19 may even boost the budgetary allocation for the sector, given that we have elections slated in 2019.

An increased outlay for the sector could boost prospects for a company like Jain Irrigation. We believe that there is good scope for the company to improve its performance and report an EPS of Rs 10 at the very least in the 2018-19.

This means the stock is quoting at a p/e of just 10 times forward earnings. A good multibagger stock that can generate decent potential in the years to come.

Balasore Alloys

Balasore Alloys is a manufacturer of Ferro Chrome, an input in the steel industry. Ferrochrome is an alloy that combines chromium and iron containing anywhere between 50 per cent and 70 per cent chromium.

Balasore Alloys is among the very few companies in India that has its own mines. These are located in Jaipur.  The ferrochrome industry is growing at a very rapid pace and this is now beginning to be reflected in the results of Balasore Alloys.

The company reported a superb set of results for the quarter ending June 30, 2017. Net profits of the company surged to Rs 24 crores for the quarter ending June 30, 2017 from a mere Rs 5.06 crores in the corresponding period of last year.

Why Balasore is a great multibagger stock pick?

This is a great multibagger stock pick for a number of reasons. First is that the company is constantly reducing its debt. This is going to start getting reflected in the financial results very soon.

Demand for ferrochrome and margins are only likely to improve going forward. Being a holder of captive mines and a low cost producer are other advantages. Valuations too offer great comfort.

For the quarter ending June 30, 2017, the company reported an EPS of Rs 2.46. We are confident that the company can end the year with an EPS of Rs 10 for 2017-18. This makes the stock attractive at a p/e of just about 8 times. This stock is a multibagger stock in the making.

The shares of Balasore are not listed on the NSE. Check stock quote of Balasore here

Taxation on multibagger stocks

Remember, that if you make money from a multibagger stock in India, you are liable to pay taxes on the same. At present the government has specified a short term capital gains tax, if you sell the stock before a period of 1 year. So, make sure that you hold the stock for the really longer term, as there would be no tax that would be applicable, if you sold the same after one year. Here we are largely talking of capital gains tax that arises when you sell an asset at a profit after you buy and sell the same. 

Another fact that we need to mention is that nobody knows what a multibagger stock would fetch and how it is defined. Normally, a stock that can multiply your money over a period of time is termed as a multibagger stock in India. How any times and how many years is a question that very few people can answer. In any case there are scores of examples, where individuals have made lots of money in stocks that have been really multibaggers. Classic examples are stocks like Eicher Motors, which has multiplied the money of individual shareholders several times over.  These are the kind of stocks that you should look for.


Greynium Information Technologies Pvt Ltd, its subsidiaries, associates and the author do not accept culpability for losses and/or damages arising based on information in this article. The author and his family do not own any shares in the above mentioned stocks.

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