2018 sales : 505 cr
2020 sales : 956 cr

3Y Sales growth : 38% CAGR


2018 profit : 47 cr
2020 profit : 69 cr

3Y Profit Growth : 21% CAGR
Current year results :

2021 H1 Sales growth : 55%
2021 H1 Profit growth : 131%
Major expenses :

Bulk Messaging logistics
Segment-wise revenue :
Promoter's equity investment : 57 cr
Current reserves (shareholder's equity) : 492 cr
Debt : 4 cr
ROE : 14%
Future Projection :

2030 Sales : 7,631cr
2030 Profit : 822 cr
2030 EPS : 165 rs/share
2030 CMP : 4117 rs
Route Mobile's solutions (basically customer support chat bots, and bulk messaging services)
Verdict : ROE is mediocre, relative to peers (InfoEdge, IndiaMart, Affle)

If you have to, then hold not more than 1.5% weight it the portfolio. Route can be disrupted by other messaging alternatives.

I'd prefer to fatten Info Edge & India Mart instead of diluting the portfolio.
These are the alternative messaging apps working in the sector :

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Outside every small gold-smith's workshop, you'll find multiple people sifting through the wet waste in small metal pans.

When I was a small boi, I used to think these were cleaning agents employed by the shopkeeper. I was told that these people were..
..people were in fact there on their own volition. So the smol boi in me concluded that they were 'freelance cleaners' of sorts. Maybe the gold-smith would pay them later out of good will. Apparently they were sifting the gutters in the hopes of..
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"Quite interesting", the smol boi in me I thought "free money, no investment other than the metal plate, no risk, just sift the dirt and catch the gold"

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"A stock that I was watching at 500 has zoomed to 1000; I've missed it.."

No you haven't.

Even if you had caught it at 500, you'd be adding subsequent year's installments at 1000, 1500 & so on. You didn't miss the stock, you just missed your first installment.

Take it now 🤷‍♂️
Missing the lowest bottom price does not mean missing the stock. The company isn't going to shut down tomorrow. If anything, take the higher price as a confirmation of your investment thesis. Pay it and dust yourself up.
On the other hand, a stock that you feel proud of catching at the lowest bottom could turn out to be ITC, ONGC, SBI, NBCC, Hudco

Good companies raise their ticket prices faster. There's no need to rue this fact. Embrace it, pay the price, buy a ticket and ride that 🚀 to the top
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As was clearly stated a month ago 'current CMP (480) is bad for lumpsum'.

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Now all the bearish news will flood the forums. Learn to recognize the pattern of news, and tune it out. Use this fall as a live learning example. 🙏
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Surfing forums today to find people saying

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"VGuard upar bhag gaya, kis level pe entry kare?"
Aisa mat karo, plis.🙏

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