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Rana Kapoor's Grandstanding

The Economic Times, today, on its front page, carried a news item proclaiming 'Rana Kapoor holding companies pre-pay part of loans'. Nothing can be more misleading than the use of word 'pre-pay'. Thread 1/8

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The article quotes Mr. Kapoor's statement that bonds issued by promoter hold cos - Yes Capital and Morgan Credits, have been pre-paid ahead of maturity dates i.e. Oct 2020 and Apr 2021 respectively. 2/8
The clever use of 'maturity date' to imply voluntary prepayment hides the fact that these facilities were probably pre-paid owing to the pressure of fund managers (Franklin and Reliance MF) on account of failure of these hold cos to meet the obligations under the facility. 3/8
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How off-mark were the analysts about Yes Bank stock.

Today, share price of Yes Bank crashed to Rs. 71.25 on concerns surrounding financial misreportings by Crompton Greaves Power (CGP). Yes Bank has 13% stake in CGP. The stock was trading at Rs. 400 abt an year back. Thread 1/11
For many-many years, people cast aspersions on lending practices of Yes Bank and doubted the low NPA numbers it reported quarter after quarter.

All those fears came true post cutting short of Yes Bank's MD, Mr. Rana Kapoor's term by RBI in Sept. 2018. 2/11
Bewildering though, in this entire saga, is the cluelessness of the equity analysts (the supposedly well-informed lot). The level of ignorance was such that even after RBI action, many analysts kept giving 'buy' calls. Below is a list of such misplaced, ignorant calls. 3/11
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The Yes Bank scare for Mutual Funds (MFs)

Some MFs have significant exposure to subordinated/ perpetual bonds of Yes Bank. These MFs stare at huge valuation losses if the credit rating of these bonds is cut below investment grade. Thread (1/9)
The following MFs have major exposure to Basel II/ Basel III, subordinated/ perpetual bonds of Yes Bank (market value as at 31st July, 2019) -

a) Reliance Nippon ~ Rs. 2150 Cr.
b) Franklin Templeton ~ Rs. 540 Cr.
c) UTI ~ Rs. 445 Cr.
d) Kotak ~ Rs.115 Cr.

2/9
The Credit Rating of Yes Bank Basel III Perpetual (Tier I or AT1) bonds have been downgraded thrice by ICRA in a span of 9 months.

a) Nov 24, 2018 - downgraded to AA- from AA.
b) May 03, 2019 - downgraded to A from AA-.
c) July 24, 2019 - downgraded to BBB from A.

3/9
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Weekend views on all my 35 f&o stocks will be given on this thread.

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#Reliance
#weekly

Demand zone 1220-1180.

Look for bullish candle formation from demand zone. And go long above bullish candle formation.

View gets neglected with close below 1170 on weekly TF.
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#Weekly

After breakout from range of 1900-2200 it has given 300 points run and now coming back to breakout zone.

Look for bullish candle formation and go long above bullish candle high.

View gets neglected with close below 2200 on weekly TF.
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#MoneyFlowIndex:

In this thread will try and cover What is Money Flow Index & how to read the Money Flow Index and It's importance in Stock Investing - I repeat it's Investing Only.

Will explain the concept and post few examples.

Retweet is your Choice and not compulsion.
MFI is an oscillator used to calculate the movement of money i.e., Over Bought or Over Sold Situations.

It has a range of 0 to 100.

Where below 20 being considered as Over Sold Zone and Above 80 being considered as Over Bought Situation.
When Price Of a Stock Moves Up, but Money Flow keeps coming downwards, it indicates that the smart money is exiting or the rise is price will not sustain - hence as an investor one should look at capitalising by exiting on rally.
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For those who think that #PriceAction is Holy Grail & I always make money on every trade, here is #YESBANK trade in which I lost small money today. It was a 1:4 RR trade but didnt go well. Its Ok.

Sharing entry logic. Has been taking support on this line so entered at candle 1.
Guys I have shared the logic why I entered. It was one of the setups to spot reversal & I will cover this also in the upcoming sessions. No setup will give 100% accurate trade all the time so its ok to have a failed trade. If u fear like this, u will never enter a reversal trade.
and in all reversal trades (long), price will always be below all major MAs so there is nothing wrong. If u hv any specific learning from this failed trade, please learn & move on & chill. I am happy that with this so many thoughts are provoked which is a good sign of learning.
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