Investing in market leaders

#1
I burnt my fingers and capital investing in companies that had solid financial numbers.

Now I'm going to either invest in only the NIFTYBees or a portfolio of market leaders.

Market Leaders:
Page (quality underwear)
Dabur (FMCG)
Hindustan Unilver (FMCG)
GSKCons (FMCG)
Maruti (Low cost car market)
TTK Prestige (Cookware)
V-Guard (Stabilizers)

I want to pick the Apple and Amazon type leaders of India. The very best in their segment.
 

MSN1979

Well-Known Member
#2
I burnt my fingers and capital investing in companies that had solid financial numbers.

Now I'm going to either invest in only the NIFTYBees or a portfolio of market leaders.

Market Leaders:
Page (quality underwear)
Dabur (FMCG)
Hindustan Unilver (FMCG)
GSKCons (FMCG)
Maruti (Low cost car market)
TTK Prestige (Cookware)
V-Guard (Stabilizers)

I want to pick the Apple and Amazon type leaders of India. The very best in their segment.

Sir why would u like to invest in Nifty bees at these levels?
 

sabkaview

PHYSICAL SHARES consultation
#3
I burnt my fingers and capital investing in companies that had solid financial numbers.

Now I'm going to either invest in only the NIFTYBees or a portfolio of market leaders.

Market Leaders:
Page (quality underwear)
Dabur (FMCG)
Hindustan Unilver (FMCG)
GSKCons (FMCG)
Maruti (Low cost car market)
TTK Prestige (Cookware)
V-Guard (Stabilizers)

I want to pick the Apple and Amazon type leaders of India. The very best in their segment.
have you ever thought of most conservative management in the history of bse/nse : 3 M INDIA ltd ...normally such conservative management shares do give huge long term capital appreciation be it mrf ,shree cement ,page ,eicher motors ,bosch etc .
 
#8
Investing in market leaders is a good starting point but is it good enough to select a company? Market leader doesn't mean that the company is in the right sector (to be the undisputed leader in a no future business is not great). Is the company well managed and the governance in good shape? Is the company enough profitable (To be a leader without being nicely profitable is an issue!)? Is the company share price in line with its growth rate or overvalued?
If the company is a market leader, in a promising sector, with good profitability, well managed including a solid corporate governance and not overpriced it is an obvious good investment! Now there are other options to invest!
 

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