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Need 3 stocks: to buy-and-hold for 3+ years

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I am looking for only medium-term (my definition: 3+ years buy and hold) stock ideas 📈
Any size (market cap). Any sector. Pls don’t suggest Idea Yes Bank type of stocks since my horizon is 1000+ days sunglasses

For diversification, asset allocation, SGB or for that matter how to invest SIP or lumpsum strategy, we can create separate thread
Of course, I will do my research before investing don’t worry won’t blame you is things do wrong stuck_out_tongue
Would like to keep 10k-15k in each stock. Overall 50k for 3 years is reasonable investment I think for my aukaat (capacity)

@goss8877 @bikidas2060 @Abhinav_Pune @amdoinggood123 feel free to tag anyone you think can contribute

Just name and short description (even can be 1 or 2 lines why you think it is worth exploring) will be great. 🙏

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bikidas2060 wrote:

1. Tata Chemicals
2. Varun Beverages – Pepsi
3. Polycab- Industry leader
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Bonus 4
1. Kenna Metals all sort of metal works.
2. Ingersoll Rand Specialized tools
3. Siemens 5G, multi Industry specialist
4. Esab Industry leader in welding. already have given 100% since last year
(All 4 are zero debt companies, nice biz, good shareholder portion)
Risky 3
1. Hindustan Foods (contract manufacturer for HUL wink I have been telling about since last year. Already up by 70-75%)
2. ITC
3. Scheffler (nuts n bolt manufacturer)

Hyper rewarding n extremely risky bets

1. Icemake refrigerant (Clients including Coca-cola, Amul, Zydus, Alembic, redcross, alembic, alchem, vadilal, isro etc )
2. Kingfa (Renault, VW, Johnson control, Kubota, honeywell, Tafe etc)
3. Mold tek packaging (ITC, HUL, dabur, Henz, ranbaxy, asian paints, akzo nobel, BERGER, HP etc etc)

Hara Bhara Farm picks:
1. PI industry
2. BASF
3. Kaveri Seeds

Edu Tech Picks:
1. MPS (Amazon, Apple, John Hopkins, MIT, Pepsico, The world bank, IEEE etc) wink
It is a must have thing in the portfolio
2 and 3 yet to be found honestly

Investment sector Pick:
1. HDFC amc
2. CDSL
3. CAMS

Insurance Bonanza:
1. ICICI Pru
2. ICICIGI
3. HDFClife

Honorable mentions:
1. Pidilite
2. Berger Paints
3. Britannia
4. Sandhar (Automobile lock manufacturer)
5. Bajaj holdings
6. ELCID
7. Fiem India
8. NB ventures
9. LUX industries
10. Laxmi machinary
11. ATFL

I really work hard to find companies. I expect you to do the same. Mentioned companies are only 20% of my findings. Many of us might be hearing about them for the first time.
Bonus tip. Park 10-20k in zerodha and put a GTT order on ELCID.

Icemake share up 200% since june 2020!! 💥💥
Great findings bro!!💯💯
Btw is this share cold storage maker for zydus.. And other pharma companies for vaccine??

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Icemake share up 200% since june 2020!! 💥💥
Great findings bro!!💯💯
Btw is this share cold storage maker for zydus.. And other pharma companies for vaccine??

Bhai it has good client list but gotta check about it

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Icemake share up 200% since june 2020!! 💥💥
Great findings bro!!💯💯
Btw is this share cold storage maker for zydus.. And other pharma companies for vaccine??

Yes this makes cold storage for zydus,alkem, alembic and other pharma companies

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Yes this makes cold storage for zydus,alkem, alembic and other pharma companies

thanks bro for the update😄

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_NamaN_ wrote:

thanks bro for the update😄

no problem bhai. You can always visit their website to see the same. smile

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Whether Hindustan Aeronautics Good to buy since Dividend is in March every year so run will start from January 2021, So it is good to buy now?

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maddydilip wrote:

Subex,Total Transport, HFCL,ITC can be multibaggers.. Don’t miss subex… Everybody positive. Can be next Tanla.
ITC is a must have in portfolio under 200.

Thanks for your suggestion bro. I have 10k now. Can you please tell how to share between these stocks and how many days I can hold?

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Runjesh wrote:

I am going to buy some electric bike/cars company shares in todays diwali mahurat.

So, which one’s did you buy?

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bikidas2060 wrote:

1. Tata Chemicals
2. Varun Beverages – Pepsi
3. Polycab- Industry leader
smile
Bonus 4
1. Kenna Metals all sort of metal works.
2. Ingersoll Rand Specialized tools
3. Siemens 5G, multi Industry specialist
4. Esab Industry leader in welding. already have given 100% since last year
(All 4 are zero debt companies, nice biz, good shareholder portion)
Risky 3
1. Hindustan Foods (contract manufacturer for HUL wink I have been telling about since last year. Already up by 70-75%)
2. ITC
3. Scheffler (nuts n bolt manufacturer)

Hyper rewarding n extremely risky bets

1. Icemake refrigerant (Clients including Coca-cola, Amul, Zydus, Alembic, redcross, alembic, alchem, vadilal, isro etc )
2. Kingfa (Renault, VW, Johnson control, Kubota, honeywell, Tafe etc)
3. Mold tek packaging (ITC, HUL, dabur, Henz, ranbaxy, asian paints, akzo nobel, BERGER, HP etc etc)

Hara Bhara Farm picks:
1. PI industry
2. BASF
3. Kaveri Seeds

Edu Tech Picks:
1. MPS (Amazon, Apple, John Hopkins, MIT, Pepsico, The world bank, IEEE etc) wink
It is a must have thing in the portfolio
2 and 3 yet to be found honestly

Investment sector Pick:
1. HDFC amc
2. CDSL
3. CAMS

Insurance Bonanza:
1. ICICI Pru
2. ICICIGI
3. HDFClife

Honorable mentions:
1. Pidilite
2. Berger Paints
3. Britannia
4. Sandhar (Automobile lock manufacturer)
5. Bajaj holdings
6. ELCID
7. Fiem India
8. NB ventures
9. LUX industries
10. Laxmi machinary
11. ATFL

I really work hard to find companies. I expect you to do the same. Mentioned companies are only 20% of my findings. Many of us might be hearing about them for the first time.
Bonus tip. Park 10-20k in zerodha and put a GTT order on ELCID.

Nice list.

Add bse and nippon india asset management to list if possible

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bikidas2060 wrote:

1. Tata Chemicals
2. Varun Beverages – Pepsi
3. Polycab- Industry leader
smile
Bonus 4
1. Kenna Metals all sort of metal works.
2. Ingersoll Rand Specialized tools
3. Siemens 5G, multi Industry specialist
4. Esab Industry leader in welding. already have given 100% since last year
(All 4 are zero debt companies, nice biz, good shareholder portion)
Risky 3
1. Hindustan Foods (contract manufacturer for HUL wink I have been telling about since last year. Already up by 70-75%)
2. ITC
3. Scheffler (nuts n bolt manufacturer)

Hyper rewarding n extremely risky bets

1. Icemake refrigerant (Clients including Coca-cola, Amul, Zydus, Alembic, redcross, alembic, alchem, vadilal, isro etc )
2. Kingfa (Renault, VW, Johnson control, Kubota, honeywell, Tafe etc)
3. Mold tek packaging (ITC, HUL, dabur, Henz, ranbaxy, asian paints, akzo nobel, BERGER, HP etc etc)

Hara Bhara Farm picks:
1. PI industry
2. BASF
3. Kaveri Seeds

Edu Tech Picks:
1. MPS (Amazon, Apple, John Hopkins, MIT, Pepsico, The world bank, IEEE etc) wink
It is a must have thing in the portfolio
2 and 3 yet to be found honestly

Investment sector Pick:
1. HDFC amc
2. CDSL
3. CAMS

Insurance Bonanza:
1. ICICI Pru
2. ICICIGI
3. HDFClife

Honorable mentions:
1. Pidilite
2. Berger Paints
3. Britannia
4. Sandhar (Automobile lock manufacturer)
5. Bajaj holdings
6. ELCID
7. Fiem India
8. NB ventures
9. LUX industries
10. Laxmi machinary
11. ATFL

I really work hard to find companies. I expect you to do the same. Mentioned companies are only 20% of my findings. Many of us might be hearing about them for the first time.
Bonus tip. Park 10-20k in zerodha and put a GTT order on ELCID.

@bumblefoot @guest_999 @MrKool_JJ @malikcool @Original @Nationalist @Dastro @Bk100 @pingpong @BubbleBoyChickenLittle @amdoinggood123

It did fairly well. Couple of em were rotten. pensive Couple of them gave no gain no loss. Some of em are blockbusters. 🙂

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bikidas2060 wrote:

@bumblefoot @guest_999 @MrKool_JJ @malikcool @Original @Nationalist @Dastro @Bk100 @pingpong @BubbleBoyChickenLittle @amdoinggood123

It did fairly well. Couple of em were rotten. pensive Couple of them gave no gain no loss. Some of em are blockbusters. 🙂

That’s the thing about market, it averages everything for majority. Only exceptional few are able to pick/keep only the blockbusters.

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@bumblefoot @guest_999 @MrKool_JJ @malikcool @Original @Nationalist @Dastro @Bk100 @pingpong @BubbleBoyChickenLittle @amdoinggood123

It did fairly well. Couple of em were rotten. pensive Couple of them gave no gain no loss. Some of em are blockbusters. 🙂

Now it’s time to make new list which are worthy investment in today high market.

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Bk100 wrote:

Now it’s time to make new list which are worthy investment in today high market.

I will bhai. 🙏🙏🙏

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Tata Power (Rs. 100 per share), Sonata Software (Rs. 600 per share) and Fortis Hospitals (Rs. 225 per share)

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guest_999 wrote:

That’s the thing about market, it averages everything for majority. Only exceptional few are able to pick/keep only the blockbusters.

Approx Returns, from 18th Nov 2020 to 17th May 2021, calculated with help of Google Finance.
1. Tata Chemicals 115%
2. Varun Beverages – Pepsi 26%
3. Polycab- Industry leader 81%
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Bonus 4
1. Kenna Metals all sort of metal works. 50.8%
2. Ingersoll Rand Specialized tools 30.9%
3. Siemens 5G, multi Industry specialist 44%
4. Esab Industry leader in welding. already have given 100% since last year
(All 4 are zero debt companies, nice biz, good shareholder portion) 28%
Risky 3
1. Hindustan Foods (contract manufacturer for HUL wink I have been telling about since last year. Already up by 70-75%) 127%
2. ITC 15%
3. Schaeffler (nuts n bolt manufacturer) 31.14%

Hyper rewarding n extremely risky bets

1. Icemake refrigerant (Clients including Coca-cola, Amul, Zydus, Alembic, redcross, alembic, alchem, vadilal, isro etc ) -16%
2. Kingfa (Renault, VW, Johnson control, Kubota, honeywell, Tafe etc) 56.35%
3. Mold tek packaging (ITC, HUL, dabur, Henz, ranbaxy, asian paints, akzo nobel, BERGER, HP etc etc) 63.4%

Hara Bhara Farm picks:
1. PI industry 9.97%
2. BASF 60.58%
3. Kaveri Seeds 50.33%

Edu Tech Picks:
1. MPS (Amazon, Apple, John Hopkins, MIT, Pepsico, The world bank, IEEE etc) wink
It is a must have thing in the portfolio
2 and 3 yet to be found honestly 57.97%

Investment sector Pick:
1. HDFC amc 14.61%
2. CDSL 72.93%
3. CAMS 68.39%

Insurance Bonanza:
1. ICICI Pru 20%
2. ICICIGI 12.6%
3. HDFClife 0.3%

Honorable mentions:
1. Pidilite 20.8
2. Berger Paints 18.03%
3. Britannia 0.16%
4. Sandhar (Automobile lock manufacturer) -6.85%
5. Bajaj holdings 29.23%
6. ELCID
7. Fiem India 6.29%
8. NB ventures 98.16%
9. LUX industries 38.16%
10. Laxmi machinary 58.96%
11. ATFL 35.55%

If one had invested equal amount of money in each of the 33 shares (actually 34, not counting ELCID) then one would be looking around 39.96% (+-1%) return today (calculated via Google Finance chart). Nifty has given 15.34%. And that’s worst case scenario. If one has technical analysis knowledge, one can easily cut losses. Our duds are Icemake (-16%), Sandhar (-6.85%) and HDFCLife (0.3%). Fiem managed to fetch meager FD returns at 6.21% and PI Industry gave 9.97%, at old senior citizen FD rate.

It takes a lot of hardwork, dedication, a lot of research, right choice of resources, right circle of people, right platform, right mentors etc to find something worthwhile. Blockbustors are not found. Couple of investments turn out to be blockbusters. 🙂 Not everyone is skilled. But to know that, one just gotta take a step.

Since no SEBI certification is obtained, everything presented here is for educational purpose only.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

If one had invested equal amount of money in each of the 33 shares (actually 34, not counting ELCID) then one would be looking around 39.96% (+-1%) return today (calculated via Google Finance chart). Nifty has given 15.34%. And that’s worst case scenario. If one has technical analysis knowledge, one can easily cut losses. Our duds are Icemake (-16%), Sandhar (-6.85%) and HDFCLife (0.3%). Fiem managed to fetch meager FD returns at 6.21% and PI Industry gave 9.97%, at old senior citizen FD rate.

It takes a lot of hardwork, dedication, a lot of research, right choice of resources, right circle of people, right platform, right mentors etc to find something worthwhile. Blockbustors are not found. Couple of investments turn out to be blockbusters. 🙂 Not everyone is skilled. But to know that, one just gotta take a step.

Since no SEBI certification is obtained, everything presented here is for educational purpose only.

Bhai very difficult to invest in all these shares unless having large capital, at best majority will be able to invest in 5-6 companies with total capital of around 60-70k for some decent gains.

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guest_999 wrote:

Bhai very difficult to invest in all these shares unless having large capital, at best majority will be able to invest in 5-6 companies with total capital of around 60-70k for some decent gains.

Very solid point. 🙏 One can filter stocks too. But capital is really necessary for decent income. It’s true for all kind of investments. 🙂🙂🙂

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guest_999 wrote:

Bhai very difficult to invest in all these shares unless having large capital, at best majority will be able to invest in 5-6 companies with total capital of around 60-70k for some decent gains.

You will need 70-75k to invest in all 33 stocks equally.
Capital is necessary. If one doesn’t have capital, one can advise people. People are ready to give good money for solid advice. I know a guy, he asks 100₹ per stock. Good thing is his stock recommendations just fly like that. 😁 I was offered 20-30% of the net profit earned by my friend. I have been offered big amount of money for my tips by couple of individuals.
One can even train people. I have seen how people charge a fortune to teach basic things.
I don’t charge any money, because of my stupid philosophy. Now, in retrospect, I wish I did. And obviously I don’t have any certificate to do it legally. 😔 But, it can be grown to a good profession. 🙂🙂🙂 That’s merely an opinion. In this scam ridden industry, true talent are well paid. After capital has been built up, one can do whatever one wants to do. 🙂🙂🙂

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Very solid point. 🙏 One can filter stocks too. But capital is really necessary for decent income. It’s true for all kind of investments. 🙂🙂🙂

I want to make a big article on these things. In the past I have made multiple threads on brokers, syllabus, TA, candles. But I think the syllabus article is well written. Rest are half assed jobs. Please throw some inputs so that I might delete those things n make one big article. It ll have almost everything.
@malikcool @MrKool_JJ @AyushiiiVijay @MSDfan @Bk100 @Original @pingpong @guest_999
🙂🙂🙂

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I want to make a big article on these things. In the past I have made multiple threads on brokers, syllabus, TA, candles. But I think on syllabus article is well written. Rest are half assed jobs. Please throw some inputs so that I might delete those things n make one big article. It ll have almost everything.
@malikcool @MrKool_JJ @AyushiiiVijay @MSDfan @Bk100 @Original @pingpong @guest_999
🙂🙂🙂

I am not good at article writing and editing. 😌

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Bk100 wrote:

I am not good at article writing and editing. 😌

Just suggest some topics. 🙂🙂

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bikidas2060 wrote:

You will need 70-75k to invest in all 33 stocks equally.
Capital is necessary. If one doesn’t have capital, one can advise people. People are ready to give good money for solid advice. I know a guy, he asks 100₹ per stock. Good thing is his stock recommendations just fly like that. 😁 I was offered 20-30% of the net profit earned by my friend. I have been offered big amount of money for my tips by couple of individuals.
One can even train people. I have seen how people charge a fortune to teach basic things.
I don’t charge any money, because of my stupid philosophy. Now, in retrospect, I wish I did. And obviously I don’t have any certificate to do it legally. 😔 But, it can be grown to a good profession. 🙂🙂🙂 That’s merely an opinion. In this scam ridden industry, true talent are well paid. After capital has been built up, one can do whatever one wants to do. 🙂🙂🙂

Bhai 75k invested in 33 stocks equally comes out to be around 2.3k avg per share, isn’t that too low. People are willing to pay lakhs/Crores to even scammers so nothing new about that but bhai when you take money for such tips then morally you also take responsibility because though even you cannot guarantee no capital loss but if it does happen then both the person who paid for tips & you will feel bad not to mention you will also feel extra pressure to prove yourself right about your tips.

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Bhai 75k invested in 33 stocks equally comes out to be around 2.3k avg per share, isn’t that too low. People are willing to pay lakhs/Crores to even scammers so nothing new about that but bhai when you take money for such tips then morally you also take responsibility because though even you cannot guarantee no capital loss but if it does happen then both the person who paid for tips & you will feel bad not to mention you will also feel extra pressure to prove yourself right about your tips.

Every business has its own demerit. This have a list of demerits. 1) talk to clients 2) give them timely warnings 3) consider their capital as own capital etc. This is basically a babysitting job. But if we don’t have capital then this can be a good business. One has to start from somewhere. If someone is too nagging then just cut them off, return the fee. Every problem has a solution. 🙂

Bhai, after deduction of taxes, charges, net profit can be realised by selling everything. 🙂🙂🙂 Basically it’s just like a mutual fund. So, if one plans to do such a thing then one is better off with a professionally managed one.

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i am looking for same suggestions to build a long term portfolio , kind of PPF/SSY for a kid.

my budget is monthly 5k in to any one stock/5k in to any one ELSS mutual funds till my 80c limit exhausts. total 10k.

started last month with Infy and this month in sun pharma.

looking for more suggestions pls.

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Jeevan16 wrote:

i am looking for same suggestions to build a long term portfolio , kind of PPF/SSY for a kid.

my budget is monthly 5k in to any one stock/5k in to any one ELSS mutual funds till my 80c limit exhausts. total 10k.

started last month with Infy and this month in sun pharma.

looking for more suggestions pls.

Dont do elss. If you are buying stocks, do your own research. Just run some scanners n you ll get couple. Then we need to read things about them. That’s how things develop.
Otherwise, do the plain old mutual fund or index fund thing.
Otherwise take professional help. 🙂🙂🙂 There are many reputed SEBI registered professionals.
In DD we are bunch of enthusiasts. We are here for learning. 🙂 If you are learning then finding stocks might not be that difficult. Consumption sector looks great. Agri commodity sector looks great. Find sectors, which underperformed in this bull run. Britannia didn’t rise much in 6 months. In DD right approach is, hey I found Britannia. Its PE is this, income is this, chart looks like this. What do you think of it? 🙂
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i am looking for same suggestions to build a long term portfolio , kind of PPF/SSY for a kid.

my budget is monthly 5k in to any one stock/5k in to any one ELSS mutual funds till my 80c limit exhausts. total 10k.

started last month with Infy and this month in sun pharma.

looking for more suggestions pls.

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