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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

ADF Foods Ltd:-Paid call target acheived(Buy/sell/,growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target price and analysis,views and outlook)

Many of you repeatedly in my mail have asked for paid calls and what they will be and all.Now as an amateur and being a social guy I would always safeguard the vested interest of investors than something else.The open blog is a place for me to give guidance.Paid blog is for the one who needs those calls and my bigtime guidance desperately.Anyways here"s an example of a paid member call and the type which I provided just three trading session back.

btw:Broking members(Members having an online trading account with my firm) by virtue of having a lifelong association enjoys the paid calls for free.To vigil the calls of the last 3 years one can give a look to http://paidtrackrecord.blogspot.com/

Market outlook and stock tip:-ADF Foods Ltd
Saturday, June 11, 2011

Scripscan:ADF Foods Ltd
Traded in:Nse-bse
Cmp:62
Target:86
Return:40%
Duration:6-9 months
(Long term to very long term members expect 32-37% CAGR returns from this scrip in the coming 3-5 years)

Story:Why should Adf foods be bought at present levels?Just consider:-

1)ADF Foods engages in the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of food products in India and internationally. Its products include Indian pickles, chutneys, canned foods, frozen foods, spices, ready to eat curries, snacks, parathas and naans, curry powders, and cooking pastes and sauces. The company offers its products under the Ashoka, Camel, Aeroplane, Khansaama, Truly Indian, and ADF Soul brands.Food processing companies with good brand image and ready to eat products always fascinated me a great deal.I believe these sort of companies would be rare themes and would always get premium valuations once they get noticed by large investor fraternities. Adf foods has got a great future ahead and stakeholders should make decent money from the scrip in the coming months and years.

2)Exports contributes to around 95 per cent of its revenues. But with India emerging as a leading food producer,the company wants to focus on the domestic market.The company is eyeing 40 per cent of revenues coming from the Indian market and the rest 60 per cent from the international market in the next five years.Adf foods will introduce more products under the brand in the next few years to cater to the Indian cuisine. Apart from this,it also wants to introduce international cuisine in ready-to-eat formats under the Soul brand.The company has earmarked a capex of around Rs 45 crore over the next three years for expanding its presence in India.

3)Adf foods very recently acquired Elena Foods, which is expected to contribte around Rs 40 to 50 crore to the revenues which will lead to higher earnings for ADF Foods in the present fiscal. Elena Foods have got a USDFDA approved plant in US. The company is planning to introduce a number of Indian products, also manufactured through that plant and it will give them better penetration into the US market.

4)Presently, the company has a presence in major countries of North America, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and Asia and has a strong network of over 175 distributors.The company is on the lookout for more acquisitions in key markets such as the USA and Australia.ADF Foods is also developing a contract-farming model.The concept got started it in Gujarat for producing mangoes and lady's finge).Adf sees a great demand for such kind of produce mostly in the international market.

5)Another aspect which gives me huge confidence in the counter is its "zero debt" status.Under the present high inflationary environment debts and interest costs are the biggest concerns for corporates.Adf being a nil debt company without any interest woes would forge ahead with its robust plans to be a company to reckon for in the sector it operates in.The company targets to become a 500crs company in the next 4-5 years with a good domestic and international mix.Adf foods ended fy10-11 with 111cre revenues and 9rs EPS.It should deliver an earnings of 13rs for the present fiscal.At 62rs its trading at less than 5 times which is terribly cheap considering its brand image and grand expansion plans.Adf foods is an unnoticed hidden gem and thus a great buy at present levels.

Todays update:The company just hit 86rs which was the target, up 40% from the suggested price in just 3 trading sessions and looks good for even more.

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ARUN
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