Investment Shastra

Now, you’ve got the Power! Vote for the company you want us to analyze

We are giving YOU, our beloved readers, the POWER! The power to decide which companies you want to read about and which you do not!

After completing 23 Company Shastras we have decided that you, our readers, should be the ones deciding which company should feature in Company Shastra. Hence, every fortnight, we will give you a list of 5 companies and ask you to vote for your favourite one. The 2 companies with the highest number of votes will feature in Company Shastra starting from 22nd of October. Remember to cast your vote by next Tuesday (12th Oct).

Here are the 5 choices –

Jain Irrigation: One of the most promising green technology companies in India engaged in manufacture and sale of irrigation systems, helping farmers to save on water-usage.

Crompton Greaves: A leader in providing electric equipment like transformers, switchgears related to power generation, transmission and distribution etc. Also manufactures fans where it is the market leader in India

Cipla: One of the largest pharmaceutical companies in India, Cipla is also known the world-over for being the largest manufacturer of low-cost drugs to fight HIV/AIDS

Tata Steel: India’s largest integrated steel company in private sector

NTPC : The largest power generating company engaged in the generation of thermal power. It is emerging as an ‘Integrated Power Major’, with a significant presence in the entire value chain of power generation business.

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4 comments

  • I am one of the avid readers of your analysis on various companies. The presentation is lucid and very informative. Kudos to your team and please continue the good work.

    regards

    Ramasubramanian

  • @ Ramasubramanian C @ Chandrasekar R @ S V Swamy – Thanks a lot. Go ahead and share this poll with your friends. Tell them to vote so as to make sure your favourite company features in our Company Shastra.

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  • @sanjaysoni_k9 Hi. You're right. It can be in Fixed Income products. For simplicity sake assumed just 12% return and booked annually.
  • @hemanthd1981 Hi. Thanks. I thought of simplifying. Hence avoided brokerage/tax/asset class.