Ashish Kacholia Portfolio: Investor Ace makes a new entry into these 5 small cap stocks – what investors need to know?


Ace investor Ashish Kacholia made a new entry into these two multibagger stocks – Agarwal Industrial Corporation and D-Link (India) during the September 2022 quarter, according to the companies’ respective shareholding patterns available on the BSE.

In Agarwal Industrial Corporation, Kacholia bought 3,72,128 shares, which represents approximately 2.5% of the shares of the company, while he added 11,86,350 shares or 3.34% of the shares of D-Link (India ), according to the respective September shareholding patterns.

Shares of Agarwal Industrial Corporation over the past year have doubled or yielded more than 104%, similarly D-Link (India) shares have also doubled yielded more than 107% in over the past two years, according to BSE.

Agarwal Industrial Corporation is in the petrochemical sector, while D-Link (India) is in computer hardware and equipment.

On Friday, shares of Agarwal Industrial slid more than 1.5% to Rs 669.25 per share and D-Link (India) fell around 2% to Rs 201 per share at the BSE close. .

Besides these two stocks, the celebrity investor also added stakes of around 1.1 and 2% or 14,56,054 and 4,51,140 shares in Arvind Fashions, a specialty retail company and Shankara Building Products, a company of infrastructure, respectively during the month of September 2022. quarter.

Earlier this month, the marquee investor had also taken a new entry into the packaged foods company – Megastar Foods, which is also a stock multibagger. He had chosen 103,666 shares or 1% stake in the company, according to the September holding pattern available on the ESB.

Ashish Kacholia, who is affectionately referred to as Big Whale of the Indian stock market, publicly owns 42 stocks with a net worth of over Rs 1,855.4 crore as of October 22, 2022, according to stock analytics website

Kacholia is known for picking mostly multibagger stocks across broader markets and has a diverse portfolio that includes hospitality, education, infra and manufacturing stocks.


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