Any Company Valuation expert here??

Any Company Valuation expert here??

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Hey dimers,

Need a help for valuing a company. To be precise need expert opinion on valuing Bosch Ltd for next 5 years.

Is there anyone who could help me out?

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I can help you on this, are you looking to invest in this via common stock?

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Bhai I am not an expert but I am ready to have a discussion on this. First we need to know about products Bosch manufactures. And next we need to analyse the effect of electric vehicles on its profits. Bhai what’s your opinion? You seem like a fairly knowledgeable person

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bikidas2060580 wrote:

Bhai I am not an expert but I am ready to have a discussion on this. First we need to know about products Bosch manufactures. And next we need to analyse the effect of electric vehicles on its profits. Bhai what’s your opinion? You seem like a fairly knowledgeable person

Nothing like that bro, was working on some assignment..
Its kind of over for now…

Anyway thanks.

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Before anything else check how much transparent the company is and what its promoters/mgmt is doing in terms of their personal wealth and their new ventures. It has become tough to trust any company now. A decade back they wanted to bring the IPO of BSNL and now they are talking about shutting it. Big banks are facing corporate governance issues, funds being diverted. Less debt, more promoter holdings might be a place to start with. I feel gone are the those days where long term always gave good returns. It’s now ride the bull and get off when things are not looking good even if the returns are less. Everything is a personal opinion and don’t hold me to anything I have said stuck_out_tongue

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rsai01 wrote:

Before anything else check how much transparent the company is and what its promoters/mgmt is doing in terms of their personal wealth and their new ventures. It has become tough to trust any company now. A decade back they wanted to bring the IPO of BSNL and now they are talking about shutting it. Big banks are facing corporate governance issues, funds being diverted. Less debt, more promoter holdings might be a place to start with. I feel gone are the those days where long term always gave good returns. It’s now ride the bull and get off when things are not looking good even if the returns are less. Everything is a personal opinion and don’t hold me to anything I have said stuck_out_tongue

  1. Strong parentage and Management
  2. Debt Free
  3. No Capex required – Asset Light Business Model
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THE_Beast wrote:

Nothing like that bro, was working on some assignment..
Its kind of over for now…

Anyway thanks.

Honeywell and Bosch. I love these two. Do you have Bosch shares?

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BubbleBoyChickenLittle wrote:
  1. Strong parentage and Management
  2. Debt Free
  3. No Capex required – Asset Light Business Model

I think this suites irctc

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BubbleBoyChickenLittle wrote:
  1. Strong parentage and Management
  2. Debt Free
  3. No Capex required – Asset Light Business Model

slightly deffer. More debt + more the revenue = more earnings since less tax

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