Teachers Day Special/How to Make Portfolio
Today is September 5, Teachers’ Day. Education has great importance in life because it teaches us how to face challenges. Putting money in the stock market and making profits from it is also a challenge. It is said that if you have the right information about the stock market then it becomes easy for you to earn returns from the market. For this, many people consult the expert or advisor. They are also like gurus in a way, who give correct information about the market.
Giants like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, RK Damani, Ashish Kacholia are considered experts of the market. For many people, these investments are like gurus, who follow them. They always keep an eye on which stocks these giants are investing in, or in which stocks they are reducing. In Corona crisis, when many investors are confused about where to put money, in such a situation, the portfolio of these giants can make your problem easier. Let us see which stocks are being added to the portfolio of these giants in the Corona crisis.
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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s portfolio
Dishman Carbogen: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala & Family recently bought 50,00,000 shares for a 3.18 per cent stake in Dishman Carbogen with a value of 92.7 crores.
Autoline Industries Limited: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has made a new investment in shares of Autoline Industries Limited in the June quarter. He has bought 1,751,233 shares of the company, whose value is 6.4 crores. His stake in the company is 6.48 per cent.
Indian Hotels: Jhunjhunwala has bought 12,500,000 shares of Indian Hotels, worth 127.3 crores. His holding in the company is 1.05 percent.
NCC Limited: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala & Family increased its stake in the company by 1.23 percent in the June quarter. He has a total of 69,833,266 shares of NCC Ltd, worth Rs 236.4 crore.
Rallies India: The stake in the company has been increased by 0.38 per cent to 10.31 per cent.
Jubilant Life Science: Holding in the company has increased by about 0.70 percent.
Federal Bank: Jhunjhunwala has increased his stake in the bank by 0.10 percent. Firstsource solutions The stake has been increased by 0.82 percent.
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Agro Tech Food: Jhunjhunwala has reduced its stake in Agrotech Food by 0.61 per cent to 5.14 per cent. He has 1,253,259 shares worth 88.8 crores.
Radhakishan Damani’s portfolio
Mangalam Organics: Bought 186,187 shares of the company and their stake in the company has increased to 2.17 per cent. The total shares are valued at Rs 9.9 crore.
BF Utilities: 491,000 shares of the company have been bought and their stake in the company has increased to 1.30 per cent. The value of the shares is 12.7 crores.
Astra Microwave: The company has bought 896,387 shares and holds 1.03 per cent stake. The total value of the shares is Rs 10.9 crore.
India Cement: Damani increased stake in India Cement to 12.14 per cent in the June quarter. He has 37,597,880 shares in the company, worth 427.5 crores.
Ashish Kacholia’s portfolio
HLE Glasscoat: Ashish Kacholia has made a new investment in HLE Glasscoat. He has bought 133,106 shares of the company, taking his stake in the company to 1.03 per cent. He has shares worth 20.4 crores.
Apollo Tricot Tube: The stake in the company has been increased to 1.98 per cent. He holds 602,863 shares in the company, which is valued at Rs 33.6 crore.
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DFM Foods: Kacholia has reduced its stake in the company by 0.85 per cent to 2 per cent.
KPIT Technology: Kacholio reduced his stake in the company from 0.58 per cent to 1.07 per cent.
Dolly Khanna has reduced her stake in Nosil and Rain Industries. He reduced his stake in Nosil by 0.22 per cent. Now he has 2491125 shares worth 31.8 crores. At the same time, he has reduced 0.08 per cent stake in Rain Industries. Now he has 4,676,878 shares worth 53 crores.
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