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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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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.

if you’re building long term portfolio, stay away from large caps.
I know these are safe bets but they come with meagre returns,

and don’t just limit yourself to Indian market.
there are some awesome stocks on Nasdaq and NYSE which we Indians can now invest with zero hassle.

Some stocks,

https://www.google.com/search?q=chewy...ck
https://www.google.com/search?q=AMD...CK

This penny biotech stock now at 6+ usd https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

This investment management company with solid past – Blackrock – https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

some tech companies with sky high prices – Shopify

more – cloudflare, amd, slack, pubmatic, tesla, airbnb, coindesk

this crazy company with 6500+ pe https://www.google.com/search?q=nuance...ck nuance

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bikidas2060 wrote:

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? 🙂
@guest_999

Thank you. ELSS is for my 80C tax savings.
Thanks for the suggestions. will do my research.

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Original wrote:

if you’re building long term portfolio, stay away from large caps.
I know these are safe bets but they come with meagre returns,

and don’t just limit yourself to Indian market.
there are some awesome stocks on Nasdaq and NYSE which we Indians can now invest with zero hassle.

Some stocks,

https://www.google.com/search?q=chewy...ck
https://www.google.com/search?q=AMD...CK

This penny biotech stock now at 6+ usd https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

This investment management company with solid past – Blackrock – https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

some tech companies with sky high prices – Shopify

more – cloudflare, amd, slack, pubmatic, tesla, airbnb, coindesk

this crazy company with 6500+ pe https://www.google.com/search?q=nuance...ck nuance

Sure. will look in to it. thanks

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Dmart, IRCTC, HDFC Bank, HUL, Nestle, Powergrid can be considered for investment.. All have failproof business models….. These are largecaps… but have consistently given returns over a long time frame

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Original wrote:

if you’re building long term portfolio, stay away from large caps.
I know these are safe bets but they come with meagre returns,

and don’t just limit yourself to Indian market.
there are some awesome stocks on Nasdaq and NYSE which we Indians can now invest with zero hassle.

Some stocks,

https://www.google.com/search?q=chewy...ck
https://www.google.com/search?q=AMD...CK

This penny biotech stock now at 6+ usd https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

This investment management company with solid past – Blackrock – https://www.google.com/search?q=Vaxart...ck

some tech companies with sky high prices – Shopify

more – cloudflare, amd, slack, pubmatic, tesla, airbnb, coindesk

this crazy company with 6500+ pe https://www.google.com/search?q=nuance...ck nuance

How to invest in us based stocks

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bikidas2060 wrote:

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%
smile
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.

✝️ Karma given for effort bro!

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bikidas2060 wrote:

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
🙂🙂🙂

If you ask me, don’t make big article bro. Attention span is very little. Your present blogs are fairly detailed. Dont add to the length aspect.
A student who is curious will anyways end up reading a lot on internet after your post so dont you worry 🙂

Rest are half assed jobs
What rubbish bhai. Kuch bhi.
If ur blogs arehalf assed jobs, we all are full asses 🤣

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pingpong wrote:

If you ask me, don’t make big article bro. Attention span is very little. Your present blogs are fairly detailed. Dont add to the length aspect.
A student who is curious will anyways end up reading a lot on internet after your post so dont you worry 🙂

Rest are half assed jobs
What rubbish bhai. Kuch bhi.
If ur blogs arehalf assed jobs, we all are full asses 🤣

Bhai thank you very much for your honest feedback. You are right. And I have the similar opinion. 🙏🙏🙏

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2 stocks i would recommend!
For reasons you can ping me!
1. ITC (FMGC)
2. Tata motors
3. KPIT Technology/Infosys

Bonus – Reliance industries
The above opinion is personally based. Not responsible for you loss and profit

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Ashok Leyland, Can fin homes, Excel Industries, Hindustan Zinc, Mtar tech, Sbi cards

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Dmart, Laurus Labs, Endurance Technologies

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@pingpong ne teen stock puchhe the… Tees dimers ne teen teen stocks bataa diye… gaya pingpong kaam se… sad toungueout

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vijkap201 wrote:

@pingpong ne teen stock puchhe the… Tees dimers ne teen teen stocks bataa diye… gaya pingpong kaam se… sad toungueout

योर सेंस ऑफ़ हुमर इस अमेज़िंग भाई smile

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vijkap201 wrote:

@pingpong ne teen stock puchhe the… Tees dimers ne teen teen stocks bataa diye… gaya pingpong kaam se… sad toungueout

Sahi pakde aap…
I was expecting some nice rationale against each stock…par log ne bas naam daal diye which is no fun.
Time to unfollow my own thread cry

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bikidas2060 wrote:

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%
smile
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.

Approx Returns, from 18th Nov 2020 to 16th Sept 2021, calculated with help of Google Finance.
1. Tata Chemicals 144%
2. Varun Beverages – Pepsi 81%
3. Polycab- Industry leader 160%
smile
Bonus 4
1. Kenna Metals all sort of metal works. 77%
2. Ingersoll Rand Specialized tools 62%
3. Siemens 5G, multi Industry specialist 54%
4. Esab Industry leader in welding. already have given 100% since last year
(All 4 are zero debt companies, nice biz, good shareholder portion) 60%
Risky 3
1. Hindustan Foods (contract manufacturer for HUL wink I have been telling about since last year. Already up by 70-75%) 113%
2. ITC 25%
3. Schaeffler (nuts n bolt manufacturer) 84%

Hyper rewarding n extremely risky bets

1. Icemake refrigerant (Clients including Coca-cola, Amul, Zydus, Alembic, redcross, alembic, alchem, vadilal, isro etc ) -9%
2. Kingfa (Renault, VW, Johnson control, Kubota, honeywell, Tafe etc) 86%
3. Mold tek packaging (ITC, HUL, dabur, Henz, ranbaxy, asian paints, akzo nobel, BERGER, HP etc etc) 93.4%

Hara Bhara Farm picks:
1. PI industry 46%
2. BASF 132%
3. Kaveri Seeds 18%

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 85%

Investment sector Pick:
1. HDFC amc 35%
2. CDSL 175%
3. CAMS 166%

Insurance Bonanza:
1. ICICI Pru 54%
2. ICICIGI 23%
3. HDFClife 13%

Honorable mentions:
1. Pidilite 53
2. Berger Paints 30%
3. Britannia 14%
4. Sandhar (Automobile lock manufacturer) 34%
5. Bajaj holdings 50%
6. ELCID
7. Fiem India 100%
8. NB ventures 142%
9. LUX industries 159%
10. Laxmi machinary 87%
11. ATFL 48.8%

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 71.21% (+-1%) return today (calculated via Google Finance chart). Nifty has given 38%. Nifty Small cap has given 72% return, SnP BSE index has given 54.2% return. Our dud is Icemake (-9%).

@MrKool_JJ @malikcool @guest_999 @Rosh_0007 @xuseronline @amdoinggood123 @cashif @VimAl_Raj @Rosh_0007

Our little DD fund has outperformed Nifty 50. Yayyyy. We should open a mutual fund thing or something. 🐒🐒🐒

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