Niraj Nisar, Partner, Wealth Builders Broking and Distribution Services LLP
Niraj Nisar, Partner, Wealth Builders Broking and Distribution Services LLP

Stocks to Buy This Week: Top 3 Mid-Caps Recommended for Your Portfolio

ANI | Updated: Jul 27, 2021 15:45 IST


New Delhi [India], July 27 (ANI/Mediawire): The bullish run of the premiere Indian stock exchanges, both BSE and NSE, has brought many cheers to investors across India and the world.
The factors responsible for this boom are - 1) A Good earning season (Q4 2021 results) has come as a big positive for the markets; 2) Lower Interest Rates Tempted Domestic Investors to Invest into Equities; 3) Indian Economy is Doing Well as Compare to Global Economies Which Have Direct Impact on Indian Stock Markets as Stock Markets Always Predicts the Future.
Mid-Caps is where all the action is happening right now. Here are our top 3 picks for this week:
1. LIBAS CONSUMER PRODUCTS LTD - BUY CALL
CMP INR: 72
Rating: Buy
Target Price INR: 120
Target Period - 3 to 6 Months
Upside: 67.0%
Overview:
Brainchild of Reshma & Riyaz Gangji, Libas specializes in ethnic wear for Men and women, wedding wears, corporate uniforms, diversified into FMCG Segment by importing rock salt, and has recently launched an Innerwear brand name KNG.
Investment Rationale:
NSE listed Libas Consumer Products Ltd., has launched Inner ware segment Brand - KNG. Libas Consumer Products has announced major diversification cum expansion plans whereby it is diversifying into Men's innerwear, Women intimate wear (organic fabrics)
Night wear, Casual wear, Lounge wear - which will move the company forward and looks to be placed as peer competitor to leading Brands such as Jockey and Lux etc.
The Company has online portal stores on Amazon, Flipkart etc. and now inner wear of which 70% sale is expected online and will boost company turnover in a short time.
The company is expecting to generate revenues of Rs.300 crore in the next 3 years.
Meanwhile the Company has announced excellent Q1FY22 results (Unaudited) with Total Revenue jumping from Rs. 3.19 Cr (Q1FY21) to Rs. 12.08 Cr (Q1FY22) and PAT turns positive from a loss of Rs. 5.65 Cr (Q1FY21) to profit of Rs. 1.74 Cr (Q1FY22).
Libas has always been investor-friendly and earlier this year, the company has also rewarded investors 2 bonus issue, i.e. 2 bonuses in a 3-year period.
2. KARDA CONSTRUCTIONS LIMITED - BUY CALL
CMP INR: 185
Rating: BUY
Target Price INR:240
Target Period - 3 to 6 Months
Upside: 30.0%
Overview: Karda Constructions Limited is one of largest builders and developers in Nashik since 1994. The Core business activity of this company is the real estate development - Residential Projects and Office Space and Construction Contracts with presence across all segments -Low, Medium and Premium segments. As per investor presentation Feb 2021, it has already delivered over 32.54 lakhs Sq. feet. 1.57 and completed 30 projects till now.
Investment Rationale
Market Leadership position: Company has a strong presence in Nasik region and its projects cover almost 70% of the area and enjoying market leadership position. So, it is well positioned to capitalize growth opportunities in that region

Well Established Brand: on account of solid promoter reputation, better execution skill, attracting the best joint development landlords. Company has cemented its credential as a good brand in the Nashik region.
Robust Joint Development and Asset Light Model: Company is having JD/partnership with leading real estate companies and having maintained asset light model for working.
3. CAN FIN HOMES LTD - BUY CALL
CMP INR: 532
Rating: BUY
Target Price INR: 660
Target Period - 3 to 6 Months
Upside: 24.0%
Overview
Can Fin Homes Limited (CFHL) is a key player engaged in the business of housing finance in India and one of the few Institutions permitted by the Regulator National Housing Bank (NHB to accept deposits.
The Company offers a range of products on housing such as loans for home purchase home construction home improvement/extension site purchase as well as non-housing finance. It has a pan-India presence with 154 branches 21 Affordable Housing Loan Centres & 14 Satellite Offices spread across 21 states and union territories.
Investment Rationale
CanFin Homes' (CFH) Q1FY22 results were operationally in line. While AUM grew 7% YoY/1% QoQ, disbursements declined 55% sequentially on account of lockdowns led by Covid-19's second wave.
Reported NIMs compressed 38bps QoQ (in line with management's strategy of chasing growth at the expense of margins). Lower NIMs and higher opex YoY resulted in a decline of 5%/10% in net revenue/PPOP, respectively.
*Credit costs continued to moderate with provisions declining 85% YoY/15% QoQ, resulting in PAT growth of 16% YoY/6% QoQ. Management expects growth to return from Q2FY22 while NIMs/ spreads should increase with loans getting repriced at higher yields. Asset quality should remain stable with restructuring 2.0 expected at <2%.
With asset quality holding steady and growth returning, we continue our 'BUY' recommendation on the stock with any third wave induced lockdown being a major risk to our hypothesis
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