Our 19th company in the Series of Best Stocks to Buy in India for Long term 2022 is Refex Industries Ltd.
This company is good for investing purpose or not ?
Let’s start with the Company profile
Company Profile :
Refex Industries Limited is engaged in the business of refilling non-ozone depleting refrigerant gases known as hydro fluoro carbons (HFCs). The Company’s HFCs are used in automobile air-conditioners, room air-conditioners and refrigerant equipment.
Now Let’s check the important fundamental figures of this company. This is a small cap company with Market Cap ₹273cr. We can check more fundamental details below in depth:
Company Fundamental Detail :
PE Ratio: 6.02
Sector PE Ratio: 13.41
PE Ratio of this company is low than Sector’s PE. So it’s a Good PE than the peers of this company.
PB Ratio : 1.96
Sector PB Ratio : 2.70
PB Ratio of this company is low than Sector’s PB ratio. So it’s Good PB than the peers of this company.
Dividend Yield : 0.5%
Sector Dividend Yield : 2.31%
Dividend of this company is Low than Sector’s dividend. So it’s Below Average PB than the peers of this company.
ROE (Return on equity) and ROCE (Return on capital equity) is Average.
According to above data, this company is looking fundamentally average. Now We’ll check the company Financially data:
Company Financial Detail
We should check now liabilities of company also in the below table
Total Current & Non Current Liabilities
Liabilities of a company refers to the debt of that company. We should also aware the debt of company. In 2021 , Company have 201.85 Cr. debt.
Let’s check the Free Cash flow of the company
Free Cash flow
Debt Level: Refex Industries net debt to equity ratio (45.7%) is considered high.
Reducing Debt: Refex Industries debt to equity ratio has reduced from 351.3% to 46.3% over the past 5 years.
Debt Coverage: Refex Industries operating cash flow is negative, therefore debt is not well covered.
Interest Coverage: Refex Industries interest payments on its debt are well covered by EBIT (5.6x coverage).
Share Holding Pattern
|Promotor Holding||Foreign Institution|
|Other Domestic Institutions||Retail & Others|
Above table showing there is no big change in Promotors holding which is 50.21% in June 2021. FIIs invested in June 2022 with 0.00% and retail investor is 49.78%.
Investment Checklist for Refex Industries Ltd.
- The company is currently profitable
- Debt is not well covered by operating cash flow
- Dividend of 0.77% is not well covered by earnings
- Large one-off items impacting financial results
- Does not have a meaningful market cap (₹3B)
- Earnings have grown by 14.3% per year over past 5 years
- Share price has been stable over the past 3 months
- Profit margins improved or Refex Industries Ltd became profitable
- At least 3 years of financial data is available
- Shareholders have not been meaningfully diluted in the past year or recently listed
- Revenue is meaningful (₹6B)
- Refex Industries Ltd does not have negative shareholders equity.
According to its historical performance we can predict stock target.
Entry Buying Zone : Premium members can see only
Target: Premium members can see only
Time Horizon:Premium members can see only
Risk Profile: Premium members can see only
Entry Buying Zone : 85 to 100
Target: 150 (50% Upside)
Time Horizon: 1 Year
Risk Profile: Low Risk (Stock is 1.88x as volatile as Nifty)
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