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Dear Concerned,

This is Rakesh Sood from Pinjore, Haryana. I have got 1000 shares of Ind Swift Laboratories Ltd @ 72 /-. Now as we all know this share value has decreased by almost 20 /share, my question is what should I do now with this much of shares.
Kindly reply me on soodrakesh69@rediffmail.com

About: Company: Ind Swift Laboratories Ltd.

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Asked by Rakesh Sood, 12 Oct '07 04:50 pm
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sell it
Answered by divya vinod, 12 Oct '07 04:51 pm

 
  
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valuation wise company is trading at p/e of about 7...if you consider the value of its holding in its subsidiary(ind swift lab)..p/E now at 30..)...only problem is lack of interest in pharma sector..even wockhardt@400 is at p/e < 10(as per citigroups estimates of 43 eps)..i gues one can hold on but better would be to switch over to wockhardt..that would be first to shoot up and is a safer bet with good management..
Answered by halfbloodprince, 02 Dec '07 07:12 pm

 
  
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hold
Answered by neeraj sharma, 12 Oct '07 04:51 pm

 
  
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Please note you are lucky enough your loss is minimal compare to mine. My cost is Rs125/- per share. I am holding more than 500. We have to hold and hope for the best.
Answered by Sripadha Srinivasan, 19 Oct '07 05:15 pm

 
  
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