The Individual Investor now a Majority in Mutual Funds

Some very interesting stats from the #AMFI website.

I think its for the first time Individual Investors category share has crossed Institutional Investor.

  • “Individual investors now hold a higher share of industry’s assets, i.e. 51.1% in January 2018, compared with 44.5% in January 2017. “

The Beyond 15 locations are gaining superbly in terms of participation.

  • “19% of the assets of the mutual fund industry came from B15 locations in January 2018. “
  • “Assets from B15 locations have increased from Rs.2.97 lakh cr. in January 2017 to Rs.4.39 lakh cr. in January 2018. The rate of growth in assets for B15 locations was 47.7% (30.4% for the industry as a whole during the same period). “
  • “About 28% of assets held by individual investors is from the B15 locations up from 25.03% in January 2017. “

The Individual Investor category is yet to shift towards going direct into mutual funds

“The proportion of direct investments in equity, to the total assets held by individual investors, was about 7% in January 2018. “

Concall Summaries – Century ply KEC International Greenply Indigo Daawat GSFC and more

A lot of concall summaries – Harsh Doshi.

Companies covered :

  • Century ply
  • KEC International
  • Greenply
  • Indigo
  • Daawat
  • GSFC
  • Kwality
  • NCC
  • Satin Credit
  • Ruchira Papers
  • JKIL
  • Banswara Syntex
  • Ahluwalia Contractors
  • Camlin fine science 

For detailed concall audios –

Anil Kumar Goel’s 290 crore bet on Sugar Stocks

Anil Kumar Goel is one of the veteran value investors. One of his major stakes is in KRBL. As we go through the public disclosures he is one of the few investors who continues to remain invested for long periods of time.

In the last 2-3 years the investor has picked up a substantial stakes in UP based Sugar companies.

Just take this example of Dhampur Sugar Mills. As of December end has more than 10% stake in the company.

ANIL GOEL Jun-16 1295000 1295000 1.95   SEEMA GOEL Sep-16 900000 900000 1.36
ANIL GOEL Sep-16 1090000 2385000 3.59   SEEMA GOEL Dec-16 34000 934000 1.41
ANIL GOEL Dec-16 594071 2979071 4.49   SEEMA GOEL Mar-17 146000 1080000 1.63
ANIL GOEL Mar-17 1100929 4080000 6.15   SEEMA GOEL Jun-17 410000 1490000 2.24
ANIL GOEL Jun-17 600000 4680000 7.05   SEEMA GOEL Sep-17 234000 1724000 2.6
ANIL GOEL Sep-17 473000 5153000 7.76   SEEMA GOEL Dec-17 189000 1913000 2.88
ANIL GOEL Dec-17 38000 5191000 7.82            
TOTAL HOLDINGS   5191000           1913000 7104000 10.7

As of yesterdays closing the total bet on the sector is now worth 290 crores roughly.

DHAMPUR 7104000 213 1513152000
DWARIKESH 11540000 41.6 480064000
TRIVENI 6620000 69.35 459097000
UTTAM 3054000 129.5 395493000
AVADH 54375 818 44478750
TOTAL AMOUNT     2892284750

Source –

Sugar maybe a regulated sector but the amount of earnings the companies have started making from Power and Ethanol is becoming a major portion of their EBIDTA.

If the end prices of sugar remain close to the production cost or make the business a little profitable on an average over the next 3 years this could be one interesting sector as these companies could have huge cash flows. Warrants a detailed study.

2007–DLF Market Cap = IT Sector and Single Telecom Company = Pharma Sector

A very interesting snippet from Sailesh Raj Bhan interview in Outlook Business.

I think the single telecom company he mentions could be Reliance Communications mostly


Sailesh Bhan

Read the Magazine on this link

Outlook Business – February 2, 2018 Digital Magazine from Magzter – World’s Largest Digital Newsstand

Ricoh India – New Term – Circular Sales.

Over the years we have heard how Circular Trading was done for manipulation of stock prices.

Ricoh India took it a step ahead with Circular Sales itself to inflate Revenues.

You can read the full order here –  



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