Up 41 per cent from its Could Three low of Rs 911, the inventory of
has been on a roll.
The maker of abrasives, ceramics and plastics delivered a stable 29.Three per cent revenue progress within the Covid-hit FY21. It logged free money flows for the 12th straight yr, which analysts stated has led to a robust steadiness sheet (with a web money of Rs 640 crore) and constant general return on capital employed (RoCE) of 16 per cent for FY21.
Margin for the yr additionally expanded by 304 foundation factors to the best stage at 19.eight per cent.
Submit earnings update, a number of brokerages have upgraded the corporate’s earnings estimates by about 20 proportion factors every for FY22 and FY23, and in addition upped value targets for the inventory, believing it deserves a premium valuation.
Dalal Avenue, nonetheless, appears to have taken an much more optimistic view, because the inventory has already breached these revised targets in lower than 24 hours!
However chartists stated technical charts are stretched and short-term merchants ought to take into account reserving income and look to purchase on dips.
Part of the Saint-Gobain Group, Grindwell manufactures a variety of abrasives akin to bonded, coated and tremendous abrasives. It additionally manufactures ceramics akin to silicon carbide grain and refractories.
It has seven manufacturing amenities, six of that are positioned in India and one in Bhutan. Abrasives accounted for 61 per cent of FY21 revenues, ceramics & plastics (C&P) 36 per cent and the opposite segments for the remaining. Over the previous 5 years, the C&P section has grown at 11 per cent compounded yearly in contrast with Three per cent annual progress for abrasives. Margins within the ceramics & plastics elevated to 24 per cent in FY21 in contrast with 14 per cent in FY20.
March quarter earnings
The corporate virtually doubled its March quarter consolidated web revenue at Rs 80.54 crore from Rs 41.42 crore reported for the year-ago quarter. Gross sales for the quarter jumped 30 per cent to Rs 521.24 crore from Rs 375.55 crore within the year-ago quarter, which was larger than peer Carborundum’s 27 per cent. Ebitda margin expanded 572 bps to 22.2 per cent, the best ever, because of working leverage.
What does the administration say
Regardless of Covid disruption, the corporate’s FY21 income grew Four per cent, because it outperformed core markets. This progress was led by demand in sectors like automotive, metals and life sciences, in addition to exports and import substitution. The administration stays bullish for the medium- to long-term owing to a push for infra spends, privatisation and geopolitical shift spurred by the federal government’s Atmanirbhar marketing campaign.
It expects progress within the C&P section to double in subsequent three–4 years led by growth within the prevailing markets. It expects exports to develop structurally, given its manufacturing functionality in superior merchandise and suggests margin could maintain at these historic excessive ranges.
What do fundamental analysts say
Edelweiss stated a robust industrial cycle uptick, pushed by revival of personal funding, potential doubling of C&P in 3-Four years, Chinese language import substitution and strong exports progress underpin its thesis on the inventory.
Submit March quarter earnings , the brokerage raised its EPS estimates by 19 per cent for FY22 and 21 per cent for FY23 on the again of Grindwell’s bettering outlook and market outperformance.
In a notice to shoppers on Monday, the brokerage raised its valuation for the inventory to 46 occasions Q2FY23 EPS from 42 occasions earlier, which it stated was on the larger finish of its historic band.
However Edelweiss’ revised goal of Rs 1,282 for the inventory couldn’t maintain a single day, because the scrip hit a excessive of Rs 1,288 on Tuesday, earlier than closing at Rs 1,240, up 11 per cent in a weak market.
ICICI Securities stated regardless of a difficult FY21, the corporate was capable of achieve 100 foundation factors market share in home abrasives market with sturdy margins. Exports grew by a robust 14 per cent YoY and the administration foresees good potential because the father or mother firm appears at India as a worldwide sourcing hub.
ICICI’s revised goal of Rs 1,287 from Rs 1,220 on Tuesday was breached on the identical day.
Chartists say e book income, purchase on dips
Aditya Agarwala, Senior Technical Analyst at YES Securities, stated the inventory rally was seen after it broke out of a Triangle Sample consolidation. The rally, he stated, is backed by excessive excessive volumes, confirming the power within the breakout.
“Nevertheless, following this 40 per cent rise, the inventory is sitting in a particularly overbought territory on a number of timeframe charts. A recent lengthy place is just not really useful as risk-reward has develop into skewed,” Agarwala stated.
Mazhar Mohammad stated Grindwell inventory has a behavior of consolidating at common intervals, earlier than resuming the upmove.
“On the long-term charts, the resistance appears to be positioned round Rs 1,290 stage and for a sustainable bounce, the inventory wants a breakout above the stated hurdle. Any correction into the Rs 1,155-1,117 zone may be a possibility for a recent entry with a cease under Rs 1,075 on a closing foundation. As upsides look stretched, merchants ought to take into account reserving income and look forward to a dip earlier than going lengthy,” he stated.
Agarwala stated merchants who’re sitting on first rate income can maintain with trailing cease loss at Rs 1,210. He sees the rapid hurdle at Rs 1,300 stage.