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Quote shivkumar Replybullet Posted: 23/Oct/2007 at 10:46pm
can anyone enlighten me on evaluation a company by its cash flow? how does one do this? am sure there must be many of Prof Mankekar's students on this list.
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Quote investor Replybullet Posted: 23/Oct/2007 at 11:20am
ha ha! nice oneClap Clap

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I hope these guys are not drunk.
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Quote basant Replybullet Posted: 01/Nov/2007 at 2:26pm
From the lastest holdings on the BSE site I cannot see the Professor's name in the TV18 shareholders list holding more 1% of equity.Tv18 did  some dilution so has his stake gone below 1% or he has completely exited is something that we cannot know for sure.
 
 
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Quote edwardo Replybullet Posted: 02/Nov/2007 at 4:43pm
Hi ..... I am new to this forum albeit have been reading the topics and posts since long and have really learn't quiet a few things incl. quotes. Thank you this forum.
 
Now with this topic that really fascinates me take a look at this link: http://stocksfortune.com/QShareholder
 
The shareholding confirmed herein is for cases exceeding or equal to 1%
 

Shareholdings OF SHIVANAND SHANKAK MANKEKAR For Quarter Ending 30-Sep-2007

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

BALAJITELE

860,000

1.32

287.3

2,470.78

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

NIITLTD

1,650,000

1

117.1

1,932.15

ZEENEWS

2,400,000

1

62.8

1,507.2

 

Shareholdings OF Shivanand Shankar Mankekar with Kedar Shivanand Mankekar For Quarter Ending 30-Sep-2007

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

INDIAINFO

1,151,500

2.16

1,069.55

12,315.87

 

Shareholdings OF Shivanand Shankar Mankekar With Laxmi Shivanand Mankekar For Quarter Ending 30-Sep-2007

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

INDIAINFO

725,500

1.36

1,069.55

7,759.59

 

 

Shareholdings OF KEDAR SHIVANAND MANKEKAR For Quarter Ending 30-Sep-2007

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

RADICO

2,646,500

2.74

183.4

4,853.68

 

Shareholdings OF Laxmin Shivanand Mankekar For Quarter Ending 30-Sep-2007

 

COMPANY

NO OF SHARES

% OF THE
TOTAL SHARES

CLOSE PRICE
Rs.

WORTH
Rs. (Lakhs)

PANTALOONR

2,205,480

1.46

592.8

13,074.09

ASIANELEC

150,000

1

460.65

690.98

 
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Quote shivkumar Replybullet Posted: 02/Nov/2007 at 5:31pm
nice interesting bit on Prof Mankekar's holdings. I only have one query. In what companies did Prof Mankekar pick up shares last week?

If I can get a ball-by-ball commentary on the prof's share buying activities even I'd be rich like himBig%20smile
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Quote italics Replybullet Posted: 10/Nov/2007 at 10:32pm
Prof. Mankekar truly is an enigma. I wish someone could enlighten us a bit more about him and his perspective on investing. Would be a great learning i'm sure.
 
Also could someone please tell me how a professor from a management college could accumalate a portfolio north of 500 crores!! Exactly how much do professors get paid these days?? Smile
 
 
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Quote basant Replybullet Posted: 10/Nov/2007 at 8:55am

Good point but he must have started with Rs 10 lacs and then compoounded it over 30 years at a steady rate of return so that should no be an issue.

In fact his investments in PRIL went up 80 times in 5 years so he did not have this kind of money to start with.
 
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Quote omshivaya Replybullet Posted: 11/Nov/2007 at 9:14pm
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