Friday, 30 November 2018

How Hero MotoCorp Started?


How Hero MotoCorp Started?

Hello friends, today I'm going to discuss a popular and world's largest two-wheeler vehicle manufacturing brand - Hero MotoCorp and how it started? This corporation was founded by Brijmohan Lal Munjal along with his two brothers even before the independence of India. He dreamt of making a successful two-wheeler that could be a comfortable and cheap facility for the poor for transportation. But he did not have enough money to make his dream come true. And thus, he started selling parts of the cycle. You must be wondering how could a person establish such a big manufacturing company with a background of selling cycle parts. So let's get to know the success story of Hero group.



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The story starts with the birth of Brijmohan Lal Munjal in 1923 in the undivided country of India. Years later, with his two brothers, he came to Amritsar and somehow managed to get a stall for selling cycle parts. With time and growth of the business, he gathered some money. Then, he established a small company named Hero Cycles company at Ludhiana where he made chains and other parts of cycles. The next year, they got the license from the Govt. in order to manufacture cycle parts. With a loan of 6 lakhs from the govt., Hero group started manufacturing cycles. It faced troubles at the start but then, its production increased to 7500 cycles a year.



In 1975, Hero cycles became the largest cycle manufacturing company in India. Soon, they tried hard to export and sell the cycles in foreign markets. And to their luck, by 1986, Hero cycles became the largest cycle manufacturer in the whole world. And that year, the company name was written in the Guinness book of world records. Today, the company manufacturers as many as 19000 cycles a day.

After reaching a successful peak with cycles, the company started making motorcycles. Then it merged with Japan's Honda company to manufacture cycles. A new plant was established in Haryana and then they launched the first motorcycle with the name Hero Honda. This motorcycle gained a hell lot of popularity among the mass.

During 1985-2002, almost 86 lakhs motorcycles were sold. After attaining new heights in the world of manufacturing, Hero Honda decided to separate in August 2011.Then, Hero group looked forward to turning its name to Hero MotorCorp.  In 2015, Brijmohan Lal Munjal breathed his last after setting a history. Now, 46% of Indians use Hero bikes.

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Monday, 26 November 2018

Should You Buy Yes Bank Now?


Should You Buy Yes Bank Now?

Hello friends and welcome to the amazing adviser. There are a lot of speculations and rumors regarding Yes Bank and people are almost asking daily what to do in Yes Bank's share, should they buy or just avoid. Most of the experts are recommending avoid this stock. But I have something more for you. So here I am going to give you 3 reasons that are arguing should you buy Yes Bank now?


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Reason 1: Attractive P/E valuation

This is one of the common factors which I personally check whenever I buy or analysis a stock's fundamental. Remember we are here to buy good stocks at the cheap price and sell them at a higher price. P/E is an excellent tool to measure it. Normally it indicates the price you earn buy Investing. You can understand it in the following chart.




Yes Bank's current market p/e is 10.09 whereas industry p/e is 32.47. Rule of thumb is when stock's P/E is less than industry P/E then it indicates a buy because the stock is trading at lower valuations. But it is not correct at all the time because if a stock has no fundamental then P/E will automatically low. Things are different in case of YES Bank as it is not only a sound business from a fundamental perspective but also enjoys a good brand image in the industry despite the disputes which is currently going on its ownership.

Reason 2: Growth Story

This is the second reason which is suggesting that you should think to invest in this stock. Without any delay let's see the performance of this stock in terms of EPS and Total Income.


(Total Income figures are in crores.)


From the chart, I think I don't have to explain anything more. You can clearly see the performance. Apart from 2014-15 Yes bank has managed to grow its EPS more than 20% per annum. Do you think just because of the dispute which is going on in Kapoor's family will anyway hamper the business performance of Yes Bank? Clearly No. This is the biggest reason to buy YES Bank.

Reason 3: Consistent Dividend Yield

The dividend is given to shareholders as a part of appropriation of income of the company. Yes, the bank is consistently giving a dividend to its shareholders from last eight years. So this is a good sign for any company. At the current price, you will get dividend at the rate of 1.38% which is not bad.




"Without risk, there is no return." If you understand this line then you should continue reading this article because there is no point if you are not willing to take the risk for a good return. According to me, Yes Bank is good bet which will give yo u handsome return in long term. Even the founder of this company tweeted that he will not even sell a single share of this company and pass the legacy to the next generation. So if you want to choose a stock for your children or grandchildren then this is the perfect time to select this stock.


I am not saying that this stock will go immediately up, it can go down. But this is the game. You never know what will happen the next day but you can predict with a solid analysis, that's what I'm trying to do.

Don't invest more than 5% of your total portfolio in this stock, as it is the general rule of investing.



(Disclaimer- I have this stock in my portfolio.)

Friday, 23 November 2018

A Short Story Of Samsung And Its Success



A Short Story Of Samsung And Its Success


Hello friends, today I'm going to discuss such a brand that is known to all the people - Samsung. Before starting to tell you anything about this, I'd like to know what pictures strike your mind right when I spell the name of Samsung. Most probably, mobile phones. Am I right? And if you march a bit further, then it is Television, Washing Machine, Refrigerator, Laptop, Camera and Air Conditioner. But if I say, that Samsung has made war tanks, ships, and buildings? What would be your reaction on this? You're surprised, aren't you?

Well, Samsung has a lot more to its credit. So let's get to know it more with its success story.


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Samsung was started by Lee Byung Chul many years ago with only forty people as workers. This company used to carry out the business with Groceries, Seafood and Noodles. With three years of growing business, Samsung carried out business in Insurance, Security, and Retail. In 1969, Samsung entered into Electronics business. In 1970, it launched a black and white TV. 



Gradually, Samsung launched Microwave Oven, VCR, Refrigerator etc. In 1983, Samsung entered into the business of Telecommunication. Samsung made the first built in Carphone though it failed to gain popularity. After research, it made a phone but it top couldn't be a successful one. In 1993, after a meeting, Samsung decided to expand the mobile business in a year. Next year, it launched another mobile phone which got much popularity. Gradually, Samsung acquired 57% of the CDMA market. In 2004, Samsung mobiles first entered in India. By 2008, Samsung launched the Galaxy S which ran the entire world crazy after it.

After that, Samsung became the second largest IT company in the world after Apple. It also established an International Corporation and built the tallest building Burj Khalifa and Petronas Tower. Soon it started making War tanks and it is also the 14th largest insurance company in the world.

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Monday, 19 November 2018

Top 10 Indian Companies And Their Market Cap


Top Companies of India

Top 10 Indian Companies And Their Market Cap


Hello friends, welcome to Amazing Adviser. Today I am going to discuss India’s Top 10 companies as per their market capitalization. They are important to know because of two reasons. Firstly we are Indians and we should know our finest company’s names. Secondly, they are the most liquid stocks from the trader’s point of view. So let’s start the countdown.

(Disclaimer- This list is based on the research as on 18 November 2018) 


top 10 companis of India




10. Kotak Mahindra Bank (Market Cap – 222866 Crore)


This company was founded in 1985 by Mr. Uday Kotak and finally received a banking license from Reserve Bank of India in February 2003. First, its name was Kotak Mahindra Finance Limited and after approval of RBI, it became the first non-baking finance company in India to be converted into a bank. It is the second largest private bank in India by market capitalization. It has total 33,013 employees and generated $2.9 billion revenue in 2017.



9. ICICI Bank (Market Cap- 236591 crore)


ICICI Bank is one of the Big Four Banks of India and has 4867 branches and 14,417 ATMs across India. It has a presence in 19 countries including India. It offers a wide range of banking products and financial services including Investment Banking, Insurance and Asset Management. It was founded in 1955. With more than 81,548 employees this company generated revenue of $17 billion in 2017.



8. SBI (Market Cap - 259616 Crore)


SBI is the largest PSU bank in India and the market leader in PSU banking sector. That’s the reason that it is such a huge company and considered to be bluechip. This company ranks on 216th on the Fortune Global 500 list of World’s Biggest Corporations as of 2017. This was founded on 2nd June 1806. Currently, this company has more than 278,000 employees and generated a revenue off $29 Billion.

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7. Infosys (Market Cap - 284316 Crore)


Infosys is the second largest Indian IT company by 2017 revenues and 596th Largest Public Company in the world in terms of revenue. This company was established by 7 engineers in Pune, India with an initial capital of $250. It was registered as Infosys Consultants Private Limited on 2nd July 1981. This company has a total number of 200,364 employees and generated a revenue of $10.93 billion in 2017.



6. HDFC (Market Cap – 324425 Crore)


HDFC is a major provider of finance for housing in India. It was founded in 1977 as a mortgage company. Mr. Hasmukhbhai Parekh had played a major role in establishing this company. In 2000 HDFC joined the asset management industry and in the same year, it got approval from IRDA for insurance business. It has 2081 employees as per sources and generated revenue of $4.63 billion in 2016. In 2013 it has won “India’s Best Board”.



5. ITC (Market Cap – 338599 Crore)


ITC is an Indian company headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal. This company is a big player in cigarette manufacturing and earns 80% of total revenue by cigarette business though it employed 80% of total capital in non-tobacco businesses. It was established in 1910 and named as “Imperial Tobacco Company of India Limited”. This company had completed its 100 years in 2010 and earned $8.4 billion revenue in 2017. It has 26,159 employees at more than 60 locations across India.



4. HUL (Market Cap – 365630 Crore)


HUL was established in 1933 and named as Lever Brothers and later changed its name to Hindustan Unilever Limited. It is the market leader in the consumer goods industry. It ranked number one on Forbes’s List of “Most Innovative Companies” across the globe for 2014. It has more than 18,000 employees and generated revenue of $4.8 billion in 2017.



3. HDFC Bank (Market Cap - 544722 Crore)


HDFC Bank is India’s largest private sector bank and had more than 88,000 employees as on 31st March 2018. It had won 69th rank in BrandZ “Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands”. In 1994 it was incorporated and headquartered in Mumbai. It had shown exceptional performance compared to peers in 2017 by installing 4.3 lacs POS terminals. It had also issued 235.7 lacs debit cards and 85.4 credit card in FY 2017. It had generated $11 billion revenue in 2017.



2. TCS (Market cap – 707924 Crore)


TCS is coming at second in our list. This is an Indian Multinational Company providing IT services and Consulting. This company is a part of the TATA group and operating in 46 countries.TCS is one of the most valuable companies in the world and ranked 64th in the Forbes “World’s Most Innovative Companies”. It is the world’s second largest IT services provider. TCS became the first Indian company to breach $100 billion market capitalization. It has more than 400000 employees and generated $19.08 billion revenue in 2018.



1. Reliance (Market Cap – 714605 Crore)


Finally, Reliance has secured the first position in our India's Top 10 Companies list. This company was co-founded by Dhirubhai Ambani and Champaklal Damani in 1960. In 1965 the partnership ended and Dhirubhai Ambani became its sole owner. Reliance is ranked 203rd on the Fortune Global 500 list of “World’s Biggest Corporations” as of 2017. It is also ranked 8th among Top 50 Global Energy Companies by Platts as of 2016. It has more than 187,000 employees and generated revenue of $60 billion in 2018.


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Have a nice day and happy investing.


Friday, 16 November 2018

How Dominos Pizza Became Famous ?



Hello friends, today I'm going to discuss one of the biggest restaurant chains of the world - Domino's, which is basically a pizza restaurant chain. It was started by Tom Monaghan who had had a very struggling time before the company came into being. Whenever there's a party, children demand Pizza and with the word itself, the Domino's pizza delivery boy comes into our mind. But did you know the success story of your favorite pizza brand? If no, then let's get to know! 




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The story begins with the birth of Tom Monaghan in Michigan, America. Due to the early death of his father, he had to spend most of his childhood days in an orphanage and in his relative's house. But anyhow, he completed his high school education. But he had bigger dreams. So he started doing small jobs wherever he could and gathered some money. Then, with his brother, he opened a small pizza shop named Dominic's Pizza. But after 8 months, his brother James left working in the pizza shop as he was involved in a different job too. After being left alone, Tom faced many difficulties. 




But soon, he started home delivery service and his sales increased to 8 times. Gradually, he added different types of pizzas to his menu which were loved by the customers. In 1965, Tom expanded his business by registering the company name to Domino's Pizza. The same year, he opened two more stores. Later, the three dots on the company logo were designed basing the three stores. A few years later his first store caught fire and he had to bear huge loss. However, instead of pointing his destiny, he opened five more stores the same year.

During the 1970s, due to some judicial issues and product quality issues, the sales went down. However, Tom was not a person who'd give up easily. And after solving all the issues, he came up with a new concept of 30 minutes delivery due to which the sales record touched heights again. By then, it had around 200 stores. Later, the first international store was started in Canada. And if we talk about today, then there are almost 11,000 stores in 75 countries. From 2007, it started online ordering service.

So, fighting together or fighting alone doesn't matter. All that matters is Fighting. If you're a great fighter, you don't need people to stand with you. You can stand alone and fight with equal power.

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Monday, 12 November 2018

Inspirational Story Of SONY, The Japanease Giant


Hello friends, today I'm going to discuss one of the most popular Japanese Multinational Corporations - Sony. It is such a famous company that people blindly believe its products by its name. And why not? There is hardly any product that would dissatisfy the customers. When it comes to the sound system, Sony stands out of the crowd. 

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According to 2016, Sony is the fifth largest television manufacturing company in the world. The whole world of Sony is divided into various groups like Sony pictures, Sony finance services, Sony Mobile etc. Now let's get to know the success story of Sony from the beginning.

The story started with the World War when Ibuka and Morita two men were following their dreams. Ibuka was running a radio repair shop in Tokyo when he met Morita, 13 yrs younger to Ibuka. Then, both of them decided to start a business. And then taking a loan of 500 dollars, they started Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation. The first product they made was Rice Cooker. There they got a profit of only 300 dollars and the product wasn't successful. Next, in 1950, they launched a tape recorder. Due to less knowledge of its usage, people didn't purchase it. So, Ibuka and Morita distributed the product freely among customers and explained its usage. 


Gradually, they started getting big orders from Corporate Companies. And from then, the company began to rise. But the Japanese name of the company was difficult for corporations to send to other countries. Thus, the company was renamed as Sony. The word Sony comes from two words - Sound and Sonny. In 1955, due to launch of Transistor Radio, the company sales increased much. After inventing many more types of equipment, it launched a walkman. It became extremely popular all over the world.

However, during 80s, Sony faced a loss in business due to many reasons. But it fought back. It launched CD player and first video camera in 1982. And if we talk of today, Sony is famous for TV, smart phone, video recorder, Playstation, Sound system and laptops.

In 1997 and 1999, Ibuka and Morita left the world. Now, Kaz Hirai is the CEO of Sony and Sony continues to work upon new inventions for the future.

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Friday, 9 November 2018

Inspirational Story Of Nokia, The Rise & Fall Of This Former Giant


Hello friends today I am going to discuss about a popular mobile phone brand and also the first brand used by many of the people - Nokia. Usually, after the establishment of Apple and Samsung in the market, we rarely see Nokia phones these days. Those days Nokia was so famous that it was the other name for mobile phones. The hardware of Nokia was termed to be very durable. And as it was the very first mobile phone for most of the people, it was somewhere attached with the emotions of the people. No matter for how many years it ruled the market, till now people have the same amount of trust on the brand. So let's know about the success story of Nokia from the beginning.

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The journey of Nokia began with Fredrick Idestam in 1865 not as a mobile company but a paper mill. In 1871, Fredrick opened a new company and named it Nokia AB. Actually, Nokia is the name of a river in Finland. In 1922, Nokia was divided into two categories - Finnish Rubber works and Finnish Cable works. In 1967, the company was registered as Nokia Corporation which had 4 categories then - Forestry, Cables, Rubber and Electronics. In 1970, Networking and Radio industry came into Nokia company. 

Gradually, Nokia reached till Russia. And then between 1880-90, Nokia had acquired 3 more companies named Salora, Luxor AB and Oceanic. After that Nokia became the third biggest manufacturer of television. The company made many televisions and mini computers.

However, it also tried to bring a revolution in the field of mobile phones. And in 1982, acquiring the mobile company Mobira, it. launched its first mobile phone which was named Mobira Senator. In 1987, Nokia launched its first portable mobile phone. In 1990, Nokia established the first GSM network ever which was first used by the Prime Minister of Finland. And here, it got most of its popularity. Then, it launched a commercial mobile phone 1011 and by 1998, Nokia overtook the market of Motorola and became a best seller. Later, Nokia launched its first mobile phone with camera. And then it kept launching many phones with cameras and other features. 



However, with the growth of Apple and Samsung, Nokia saw the start of its bad days. It is well said that ego never lasts. When Samsung was busy in inventing new technologies and investing huge amounts in R&D, Nokia did't even try to strategize against it. That cost them and Samsung took all most the crown from Nokia. It suffered huge loss even after launching Nokia 800 in a collaboration with Microsoft Windows. After that, Nokia is rarely seen in the hands of the people today. 

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Monday, 5 November 2018

Inspirational Story Of Amul And How It Becames The Taste Of India


Today I am going to tell about one of the well-known company of India i.e Amul, The Taste Of India. After being a graduate of science, bachelor of engineering and master of science, if someone works for dairy products, what would you think of that person? But rightly it is told that "no work is big or small, if you do it with sheer determination and affection." This is proved by Verghese Kurien who is known as the founder of Amul. 


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The foundation of Amul was laid in 1946 when India was under the control of Britishers and in Gujarat, people were bound to hand over their milk production to the Britishers for free which was a big loss to our economy. But the poor milk men had no way out. Only few dairy companies existed in India at that time which were actually cooperative with Britishers. And to return the rights of the poor people, 3 great men of India including Vallabh Bhai Patel started the Amul company. 


It was registered as a corporate company in Dec 1946. Later, Verghese Kurien joined this corporate company only to help the poor men of India. He was that time a master in science. He could have excelled in his field by doing a good job and having a good family life. But he chose a different path - to help our countrymen. The biggest and first struggle for him was Polson dairy which had its sway all over India and the poor milkmen had to sell their milk at cheap prices to Polson. Then, he along with. many other leaders went to make people realize about their rights and understand about benefits of joining their corporate. Gradually people understood and began to sell their milk produces to Amul with good prices. So with time, many people's name got registered to Amul. Isn't it rightly said that there is victory where there is unity?

 

Gradually, Verghese developed excellent models so that Amul started to reach nooks and crannies of our country. To ensure quality of milk, he established various levels - village level, district level and state level where the milk was packed. And gradually, Amul company touched big heights. Verghese Kurien experimented making milk powder from Buffalo's milk. Many scientists had refused this but Verghese proved them wrong by producing Amulya. And today, apart from milk and milk powder, Amul produced paneer, ghee, butter, ice cream etc. 

For such tremendous determination and hard work, Verghese Kurien was awarded with Padma Vibhushan, Padma Shri and Krishi Ratna. Finally he came to be  known as Milkman of India. Verghese died in 2012 at Gujarat. But his deeds are still present among us. 



Today the Amul's business model has helped India to emerged as a largest producer of milk in the world. More than 15 million milk produce milkman pour their milk in 144500 dairy co-operative societies across the country. Their milk is processed in 184 district co-operative unions and marketed by 22 state market federation. This makes sure a better life for millions.


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Friday, 2 November 2018

A Short Story Of SUBWAY Sandwiches


Hello Friends, today I'm going to discuss about one of the biggest restaurant chains of the world - Subway, which was opened as a small sandwich shop 52 years ago. It is said that this restaurant chain came into existence with a lot of struggle initially. So let's know the success story from beginning.

The story starts when in 1965, the 17 yr old Fred Deluca opened a sandwich stall. Actually, Fred had never desired to become a businessman. He wanted to become a doctor. But he had no money for medical studies. He moved his own expenses clumsily. Seeing him in trouble, his family friend Peter helped him by giving 1000 dollars and advising him to open some shop so that he could pay his college fees. He had already graduated from University of Columbia with physics degree and Doctorate. With Peter's money, he wanted to invest it in opening a shop that'd sell healthy fast food in cheap prices. 


On 28 August 1965, he opened a shop named Peter Super Submarine which was changed to Pete's Subway after a few months. But after analyzing the business, he came to know that he was going on a loss. Thus they decided to open another restaurant that sold burgers. But that also didn't work very well. In 1968, they opened a pizza shop named Subway. It was only because of the determination they had that they successfully turned it into a profitable business. The Subway had profit of 7000 dollars in the first year. And then, gradually they opened franchises of the restaurant and it became a chain.

Today Subway is serving in 44000 locations around the world. With a desire to keep trying and learn new things, Peter and Fred successfully created the biggest restaurant chain and the company is guided by their passion for delighting customers by serving delicious, made-to-order sandwiches.

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