Raregem, I think you are no longer being logical here. I am not enamoured by ajay piramal or PEL. Infact the proporation of PEL in my portfolio is progressively going down due to trading profits. You had doubed that even Rs. 8300 crores will not accrue. I sent you a link where ajay piramal had
10.39 PM Dec 5th
Raregem, I am going by the interview which Ajay piramal has given to ET which I have already shared. He has clearly stated that he will get his 17-20% return annually and that the transaction will happen post April 1 next year. I have no reason to disbelieve what he says. I do not think that Ajay
7.08 PM Nov 27th
Rishi, if we go back to a year, you had written a similar piece then.surely what Ajay Piramal is doing is to leave behind a legacy for his children to carry forward. The key question to think about if whether the children have shown any capability to run this efficiently when the business is split
10.41 PM Nov 13th
for split and bonus)bought some more in 2000 for Rs6 which is rougly equivalent to dividend I received this year. My only regret here is that I am not getting an opportunity to buy at 50% discount, though i did get it around 30% discount. I don`t think Ajay piramal would get satisfied by making a house
5.25 PM Nov 13th
We have already been on the board for 2 years now and PEL has got its monies too just prior to that...and where are we...we are talking another 5 years...looks like years will keep passing but this will stay put..and in the meantime Ajay Piramal will convert Gulita into a palatial home for himself
2.50 PM Nov 13th
Source:VC Circle - The stake sale will be through a primary and secondary issue of shares by the holding company and Shriram Ownership Trust. Billionaire investor Ajay Piramal is close to acquiring a 20% stake in Shriram Capital for INR 1,900 crore ($299 million), said
2.53 PM Nov 12th
Source:Economic Times - MUMBAI: Billionaire investor Ajay Piramal is close to acquiring a 20 per cent stake in Shriram Capital for Rs 1,900 crore, said three persons with direct knowledge of the development, a move that will allow Piramal to strengthen his presence in financial services.
2.38 PM Nov 12th
never a dull moment in PEL, Ajay Piramal sure does not play safe or for small stakes. When he likes something he goes big which makes this stock a pit like a PE play. Few concentrated bets. Big gains or big dud. Time will tell. I am staying put. I like the stock at this price but I already have 18
11.17 AM Nov 12th
investors as well as traders are hardly invested into this stock and it is only the FII`s and promoters who hold this stock...there are some exceptions like me not he retail side and few other boarders. Surely not a good sign for a company like PEL and the so called Warren buffet of India, Ajay Piramal.
3.37 PM Oct 23rd
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