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  • 27-Nov-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Balrampur Chini not simply another commodity play

    Why would a company in a cash-hungry sector announce a buy-back?

  • 14-Nov-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Demonetisation: India at an inflection point

    The demonetisation achieved what governments struggled to achieve for decades

  • 30-Oct-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Two potential re-rating plays

    This column is dedicated to two companies with interesting possibilities

  • 17-Oct-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Four small-caps to watch

    Calculated guesses, taking a position on what the future could hold

  • 02-Oct-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Undervalued stocks

    The parade of some of the most interesting first-quarter corporate performances continues

  • 18-Sep-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Five stocks that stood out in Q1

    The extended first quarter season has kept me buried in sheets of scribbles and expectant extrapolations. This is a sniff of what I have to show for my honest labour.JK Paper: It's high time I saluted this paper company virtually returned from the ...

  • 04-Sep-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Three small-cap stars

    This limited prism has generated a few instances of corporate performances in the first quarter of the current financial year that could be considered encouraging

  • 22-Aug-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Salaam to these underdogs

    I am writing this column as a salaam to all those companies that made me spill tea on my kurta while I was reading their first quarter results a few days ago

  • 08-Aug-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Hidden gems

    It is that time of the year when small fortunes await those who can read between the lines of quarterly performances, tucked away in the corner of financial newspapers

  • 24-Jul-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Alphageo: A stockpicker's delight

    When oil majors need to discover oil, they need a trusted consultant to tell them where to drill. Alphageo is that trusted consultant

  • 11-Jul-2016 | MUDAR PATHERYA

    Caplin Point an attractive bet

    There are a number of similarities between Caplin and Ajanta

  • 30-Jun-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Sathavahana Ispat: The next multi-bagger?

    There is a newly-discovered respect for all those ductile iron pipe makers that one had earlier dismissed because they were steel related, infrastructure driven, technology intensive (hence, unpredictable) and capital intensive

  • 13-Jun-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Six solid reasons to be bullish on Tata Metaliks

    Orgasm. That's the word that comes to mind when one looks at the consolidated numbers reported by Tata Metaliks for the past financial year

  • 30-May-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    A few dark horses

    It's that time of the year when your wife says, 'Need to show you how much weight I lost at the waist', and you intone 'wow' because you have just seen another amazing quarterly in the newspaper. These have been some of my marital ...

  • 15-May-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    JK Tyre: The transformation specialist of the industry

    The tyres industry in India will fight a losing battle with low-priced Chinese imports

  • 02-May-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    GPT Infra projects set to benefit from infra boom

    Because most people don't even think it has anything to do with the country's railway sector (which is why there is still some value left in it)

  • 17-Apr-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Maithan Alloys stands out in the crowd

    The more complex it gets, the more simple Maithan Alloys makes it

  • 03-Apr-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Uniply: Transformation possible

    India was the second most populous market. The country was one of the most under-consumed for plywood

  • 21-Mar-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    SpiceJet: Ready to fly higher

    SpiceJet was always going to be a fuel price proxy in my mind

  • 06-Mar-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    GHCL: Growing bigger

    I write about GHCL with complete awareness that the reflexive response of the reader would be to flip the page and move on. Oh wow. Now that you haven't done what I feared, welcome to some of the things I find remarkable about a company dismissed ...

  • 22-Feb-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    DLF: A fully renovated entity

    The DLF of the past marketed super luxury, premium and mid-end apartments; the DLF of today focuses only on the super luxury and premium apartments

  • 08-Feb-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    The next opportunity?

    At the risk of rubbing sodium chloride into pain points, let me stick the dear old bean out: The next big opportunity could well be Crompton Greaves (CG).The company reported its biggest day fall last week; there is a shrinking audience for the CG ...

  • 25-Jan-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Mercator: A turnaround candidate

    There was a time when the firm quoted a market capitalisation in excess of a couple of thousand crores; it is now down to around Rs 500 cr

  • 10-Jan-2016 | Mudar Patherya

    Importance of return on capital

    The result is when analysts cross-check earnings estimations with managements, they refer to basis-point differences in margins but never see a company through the ROCE prism

  • 27-Dec-2015 | Mudar Patherya

    Santa's Christmas picks

    It is that time of the year when an unshaved and overfed geriatric in outrageous colours creates bell-induced cacophony but more than makes up by reaching into his gift sack and widening his cheerful influence.I can't be him but what's the harm in ...

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