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  • in reply to: New Research Report for Dec-2020 #10000
    jmathew
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    @Logan Sir, Thank you very much for correcting me.

    Dears,
    Tanala Book value is rs 32 and trading near to Rs.700
    Affle Book value is rs 90 and trading near to Rs. 4000
    BCG current Book value is rs. 55 and trading below 10 ( after PO and Daum settlement, expected BV is around Rs.35. Lycose BV and EPS will be added to BCG after Daum settlement).
    Averager industry pe is 28. Bamboo/OAK tree, BCG is fully loaded with fundamentals and will be the share of the year 2021. Best wishes to all the BCG investors and see you all after the Q3 result.

    in reply to: New Research Report for Dec-2020 #9997
    jmathew
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    #9905
    Just for your info.
    Tanla total revenue is around 1100 Cr and the Market cap is 9300 Cr
    Affle total revenue is around 200 Cr and the market cap is around 10000 Cr.
    BCG total revenue is around 2800 CR and Market cap is below 500 CR

    The market is fully aware that, BCG’s management is very serious in closing all outstanding issues and expects it will be done before Q4 result. BCG will be debt-free by April 2021 with an adjusted book value of Rs.35 and eps of Rs. 6 (I may be wrong in BV and EPS) and BCG’s will move very quickly to a minimum market cap of 5K by Q1 2021, before finding its fair value by April 2022.

    in reply to: New Research Report for Dec-2020 #9982
    jmathew
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    ##9905 based on this report (5 years target) a blind buy at this level. BUY And hold for couple of months and Take the capital out and hold the remaining shares for long term Even 5 years target can be history by Dec 31 2021. Cheers and all the best to BCG investors.

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    in reply to: General Discussion #9962
    jmathew
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    agm

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    in reply to: Fundamentals and Business Related Activities #9925
    jmathew
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    Merry Christmas to dear all. My prayerful wishes to you and your family.

    Bamboo/OAK tree BCG is all set for a massive up move. Positively all the issues (including pledge share release) will be resolved before the Q4 result. We can expect a consolidated EPS of Rs.6 in 2020. I expect good growth from this quarter onwards. (don’t forget as per SKR 25 to 30 % growth after LOI). The average Industry pe is 28. So, BCG should move very fast towards its fair value. Expecting some good developments in AGM. Peshaw’s presence in this AGM will boost the investors’ confidence. Also, as per the latest research report, 5 years expected target is rs 187 (which itself is a massive gain, investors can blindly buy and hold), but I believe BCG can easily trade above Rs 200 plus by Q4, 2022.

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    in reply to: General Discussion #9867
    jmathew
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    A few of my thoughts are below
    1.Well planned entry of Peshwa, probably he is the mastermind behind the PO allotments.
    2.PO allottees may pay the full amount once the PO is approved. Maybe that is the agreement.
    3.So, the company will have a full PO fund for expansion plan (Looks like they have some big plan in the Indian market). They may even close Daum using this fund. Lycos will add around Rs. 3 to book and eps too. (I may be wrong in this)
    4.As per the report from Rathi-b and team I understand LOC is a done deal and expect the announcement during AGM or immediately after US holidays over.
    5.25 to 30 % growth once LOC is available.
    6.Looks like Axis is closed as per yesterday’s price action.
    7.Company will be debt free and interests paid for the loans will be added to the EPS.
    8.They will correct the books and EPS and eventually we will see eps moving to double-digit.
    9.Promotors + top 15 investors/group+ new PO allottees will be holding more than 80 percent of shares.
    10.I believe BCG will be the share of the year 2021.

    in reply to: General Discussion #9776
    jmathew
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    It is clear that promotors with the support of operators want the share to trade below Rs.7 till AGM. Only after the AGM (PO approval) they will allow the shares to go up. I am sure LOC is approved and the Axis is ready to close. But if they announce it now then the price will shoot up and they have to give justification on PO allotment. So, we can expect the news only after the AGM. They may release Axis news a couple of days before AGM. 10 more trading sessions before AGM.
    Once the issues are resolved, they will adjust the book, and EPS and BCG is going to be the share of 2021. Stay away from negative comments.

    in reply to: General Discussion #9694
    jmathew
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    Even though the PO allocation is totally against my expectation I believe this is a very good calculated move by the promotors.
    1.Top 10 from the new list will get around 28 CR out of 34CR.
    2.Most of them will be close to promotors and may stay invested for a long
    3.They may also buy more now. (maybe holding good numbers already)
    4.I believe companies priority is to close all outstanding issues ASAP.
    5.Axis is a done deal.
    6.If LOC get approved in this month (as per last CC SKR is very confident of getting LOC in this month) then we can expect Daum closure in JAN-FEB 2021
    7.Worst case it will be closed with PO money and BCG will be debt-free
    8.Lycose book value and EPS will be added to BCG (I am not sure about it but may add rs 3 to 4 tp BV)
    9.Pledge shares will also be released along with the above
    10.EPS will come down to Rs. 5 range.
    11.If BCG can report 10 to 15 percent growth in Q3 and Q4 then the dilution is not a big deal at all. (I strongly believe we will see good growth in coming Quarters)
    12. If we see the shareholding pattern top 15 groups are holding around 73 percent of the shares and the top 2000 holds 90 % of the shares. Please refer to page no. 92
    13.Stock is under the full control of promotors and operates as they want to grab as much as possible at a lower rate but they are not able to do it as per the SHP 19 and 20
    14.It is a blind buy at this stage for the short-term target of Rs 7 to 8 (30 to 40 percent gain)
    15.I expect a huge move immediately after AGM.
    16.All the above is just my view and I may be wrong.

    in reply to: Shareholding Pattern – Analysis #9498
    jmathew
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    @m4max1979, thank you very much for correcting me. Great Even this “Promoters + top 15 investors hold 36.76 + 35.78 = 72.54 % “looks very good. Also, out of 13.80 CRS (27.2%), a good number will be with the top 1000 investors.
    In my view, operators and promotors are fully controlling the price. LOC is the key; LOC means the book is clean and receivable is correct. I believe Axis is a done deal and it is just a matter of time. hopefully, we can expect two positive news ( LOC and Axis closure ) at any time from now and Daum settlement in a couple of months. Price needs to corrected to minimum book value if not EPS x average industry pe.

    in reply to: Shareholding Pattern – Analysis #9368
    jmathew
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    If we go through the Sep 2020 SHP, 55.18 % of the stocks are with the top 15 investors/group
    708, NRI -> 11.5%
    237, Bodies and corporate ->12.69 %
    PRAVEEN KHURANA -> 1.1%
    RAJESH GOENKA -> 2.6%
    PRIYA PRAKASH -> 3.63%
    GEETHA PATHEJA -> 1.01%
    N ANIL KUMAR -> 1.53%
    PRABHAKAR REDDY NARAPAREDDY -> 1.1%
    AKG FINVESTPRIVATE LTD -> 4.99%
    Uno Metals Ltd -> 4.99%
    Overseas corporate bodies -> 4.69%
    MUSKAAN LIMITED -> 4.69%
    Clearing Members -> 0.48%
    Trusts -> 0.14%
    Employees -> 0.04%

    Please check the link below.
    https://www.moneycontrol.com/bse/shareholding/shp_public_shares.php?sc_dispid=LGS#LGS

    Promoters + top 15 investors hold 36.76 + 55.18 = 91.94 %

    The remaining 49000 investors hold only 8 % of the total shares. (total Shareholders 50496 as per Sep SHP)

    in reply to: General Discussion #9364
    jmathew
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    @Rathi,
    I agree with your views, but I strongly believe BCG can reach fair value very quickly once the major issues are settled.
    One more point to be noted is around 52 percent of the stock is with the top 12 investors/group ( 708 NRI -> 11.5% and 237 Bodies and corporate 12.69).
    So promoters + top investors hold more than 52+37=89 %
    Please check the link below.
    https://www.moneycontrol.com/bse/shareholding/shp_public_shares.php?sc_dispid=LGS#LGS
    The remaining 49000 investors hold around 11 percent of shares. ( total Shareholders 50496 as per Sep SHP)
    I expect a couple of good news at any time from now

    in reply to: General Discussion #9359
    jmathew
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    @ RAMGANESH.
    Source Money Control. This is not a buy or sell call.
    Affle Vs BCG (Just for comparison only)
    Affle FV(10), Price Rs. 3140, EPS Rs.32.32, PE 97.3, and BV 90
    BCG FV (2), Price Rs. 5.4, EPS Rs. 9, PE 0.60, and BV 56
    If we split Affle FV to Rs.2, then Affle share price will be rs.630, EPS 6.5, pe 97.3 and BV rs.18
    Personally, I am looking for LOC, ASAP and expecting it by Mid Dec 2020. LOC means the account/book is clean. There will be some specific reason for not closing the axis and I believe it will be also closed very soon.

    The average industry pe is 27, so once the issues are settled, we can expect BCG moving quickly to pe 20 plus if not more.

    Again, as per my understating more than 85 percent of the shares with strong hands and promotors are controlling the price with the help of operators at the moment.

    in reply to: General Discussion #9339
    jmathew
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    It is true that the price is not moving up and the share is not trading anywhere near to the fair value (ie eps 9 x pe 20 plus)
    But I am confident that LOC will through before mid of Dec 2020 and AXIS will be closed anytime from now. We just need to wait for some more time as we know the share is under the full control of promotors and operators.

    in reply to: General Discussion #9287
    jmathew
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    Sir, I belive you have a valid point. I think skr is confident of getting loc before 31st Dec 2020 and will close axis anytime from now. Promoters may start buying too.

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    in reply to: Fundamentals and Business Related Activities #9160
    jmathew
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    I think BCG has reached an agreement with Axis for the closure of the Loan. They announced that the Q2 result will be declared on Nov 12, immediately after the last NCLT hearing. In the last two quarters, the result used to declare very late. I hope LOC also will be finalized before the result.

    in reply to: General Discussion #9116
    jmathew
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    #9112 @Admin, Sir Thanks a lot for creating this platform. Thanks a lot for your support and thanks a lot to all the members.
    It is true that the share price is not moving anywhere near our expectations. I never expected that BCG will trade below rs 10 after it crossed rs 12.
    Let us hope that the Axis loan will be closed very soon and LOC within the Q2 result. Truth is that OMS alone can fetch a market cap of 3000 cr or more. Keep a cool head.

    in reply to: Fundamentals and Business Related Activities #8899
    jmathew
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    I understand YMA will back to BCG once Daum is settled. Please share your views.

    https://www.bseindia.com/xml-data/corpfiling/AttachHis/99e26139-a316-428a-bfa2-901648ab5bd4.pdf

    The Company’s FY2019 revenue is $368.8 million, which represents a 1.9% decrease over the FY2018 revenue of $375.9million. This decrease in revenue is primarily coming from decrease in YMA revenue of $13.6 million countered byincrease in OMS contributing $6.1 million, followed by Dream Ad Group increase at $3.2 million. The YMA Consolidated subsidiary which holds the LYCOS brand, has been handed back to Duam Communications in a court receivership, pending a final acquisition payment. It should kept in mind that the consolidated revenue only decreased marginally
    even after removal of the revenue from an entire subsidiary

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    in reply to: General Discussion #8821
    jmathew
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    • Pledged shares in sep 2019 was 11.8 crore
    • Pleaded shares in sep 2020 is 5.95 cores (huge positive)
    • We know OMS is a fully owned subsidiary of BCG and generating around 38 % revenue and audited by E & Y.
    • We know AXIS closure expected at any time
    • We know LOC approval is in the final stage along with the consolidation of 12 subsidiaries
    • Only two major issues are pending Axis and LOC ( Daum will be closed after LOC).
    • G group is holding around 15 Percentage of shares
    • OAK exited and no more selling pressure for OAK
    Dears Just relax and wait for the story to unfold.

    in reply to: General Discussion #8807
    jmathew
    Registered Boarder

    I believe we are very close to a huge up move. Axis will be closed at any time. We know BCG’s book is clean and LOC will be the answer to all those who are doubting profits and sales. I expect all the outstanding issues will be resolved before the Q2 result and BCG will trade near to the book value by Dec 2020 and pe x 10 by May 2021. Time to add more shares.

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    in reply to: General Discussion #8237
    jmathew
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    Logan Sir, can you please share your view on the below points?
    1.Even though promotors plus top 13 investors/groups hold around 90 percent of the stock why BCG is still trading below 1 p/e.
    2.Is there someone controlling the price, as they want to corner more shares before some biggies or DII enter?
    3. On the last couple of notification, we have noticed CS signature, any specific reason for it?
    4. Retail investors have increased by more than 25 percent but total holding decreased by 5 percentage any specific reason for this.

    Note: I entered BCG when it was trading at 19 and my average buying price is rs 6 now. I very much believe BCG will find its fair value in the coming months but the current price action is a big concern.

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