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Should You Buy PSU Stocks to be Privatised? podcast

Mar 12, 2021

Crystal clear plans of reducing stakes in several PSUs was what distinguished the Union Budget this year from that of recent years.

And since then, the PSU stocks that were the pariah for the markets even during sharp post Covid rally, have become the cynosure of everyone's eyes.

The latest announcement that NITI Aayog has already shared a list of 12 PSUs with the government for the first tranche of disinvestment, has triggered a speculative rally in PSUs across the board.

Investors believe that every PSU out there could go on to be transformed into next Hindustan Zinc and create crores in wealth.

Could that truly be the case? And are the seemingly cheap PSUs actually 'value buys'?

What are the factors you should watch out for in the search of Hindustan Zinc like next 100 bagger ? Find out in this video.

Tanushree Banerjee

Tanushree Banerjee (Research Analyst), is the editor of Stock Select and, ValuePro Equitymaster's oldest recommendation services. She is also the editor of Equitymaster's most popular newsletter read by over 300,000 subscribers, The 5 Minute WrapUp. Tanushree started her career at Equitymaster covering the banking and financial sector stocks and scrutinising RBI policies. Over the last decade, she developed Equitymaster's research processes that helped us pick out various multibaggers, across all sectors. A firm believer of "safety first" when it comes to investing, Tanushree closely follows the investing philosophies of Warren Buffett, Jeremy Grantham, and Joel Greenblatt.

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Mar 13, 2021



Shailesh bhalavat

Mar 12, 2021

This is a general discussion. nothing very specific . What made Hindustan Zinc great and what are the ones which has potential.

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