For stock market in India, 2012 was a fruitful year posting biggest gain after 2009. BSE Sensex gained 26%, NSE Nifty 28% while my portfolio gained 30%. H
As at the end of the year, my most successful investments are in Wim Plast, Mayur Uniquoter, Astral Poly Technik, Hawkins Cooker and National Peroxide. These five stocks account for 95% of my total net gain (Unrealised gain/loss till date and realised gain/loss of 2012). All of them are in my top 10 holding in terms of current value as on 31st December 2012.
My worst Investments are in Opto Circuits, Ess Dee Aluminium, BHEL, Technofab Engg and TIL. These five stocks together swallowed 23% of my total gain (Unrealised gain till date and realised gain of 2012). Out of these, I sold Ess Dee Aluminium completely while I have considerable holding in BHEL and Technofab Engg. Loss on BHEL largely comes from shares I bought in 2010-11 and I have been buying it during 2012 which fared better. I have been buying Technofab last two years, but still at loss. I remain hopeful about the future of Technofab Engg.
In the year, my top 5 buys were BHEL, eClerx, Clariant Chemicals, Titan Industries and National Peroxide. Investments in some companies in which I had very marginal holding were completely offloaded. Top 5 in value sold are Mayur Uniquoter, Hindustan Zinc, NESCO, Tata Sponge Iron and HUL. All of them were partial profit booking and I currently hold a considerable number in some of these stocks.
As on 31st December 2012, my top ten holdings are Wim Plast, BHEL, Page Industries, Clariant Chemicals, National Peroxide, eClerx Services, Mayur Uniquoters, Astral Poly Technik, Hawkins Cooker and Titan Industries. These account for 49% of my total investments.
As the quarterly results will be coming out in coming months, a review of the investments becomes imminent.
What’s your best and worst?