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Monday, October 25, 2010

Force Motors Ltd:-The 10 bagger in 14 months

Force Motors Ltd was recommended at 100 rs an year ago.In a matter of the same period it has moved on to a level of 1020rs providing a staggering 1020% return.Check the link if you missed the previous story:-

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Story:FORCE Motors' recent announcement to convert its joint venture (JV) with MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG of Germany into an equal JV is a welcome break for the beleaguered shareholders of Force Motors. In the past five years, the company has failed to grow its topline despite a boom in the commercial vehicle segment. Moreover, it has been posting losses since FY07. The earlier 70:30 JV with MAN-Man Force Trucks (MNF) is yet to show any significant activity, despite being three years old now.Its decision to allow MAN to raise its stake in MNF to 50% is likely to give a fresh lease of life to the JV, besides providing its parent company, Force Motors, with the much-needed cash. Under the deal, Force Motors will sell 14.2% stake in MNF to MAN for a consideration of Rs 300 crore. MAN will acquire additional equity through a rights issue worth Rs 250 crore to raise its stake to 50%. The deal values MNF at over Rs 2,000 crore. In contrast, Force Motors' current market capitalisation is a little over Rs 140 crore. The move shows MAN's commitment to the JV and the importance it attaches to its success in the domestic market. India is among the world's top four markets for commercial vehicles and MAN is seeking a significant pie of this growing cake. The Germany-based automotive and engineering major is one of Europe's leading truck makers. An equal stake will allow MAN to play a leading role in the company's management and may turn out to be a turning point for the fortunes of Force Motors' investors.Stay put in the counter you have a lot to cheer in the coming years investors.

Latest update:So what is warranted in force motors at the present juncture?Book profit and Enjoy the 10 bagger folks.

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