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Blue-chips, or Safe Stocks as they are often called, are known for
providing stability and consistent returns.
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These are just some of the returns that members of a very


privileged group have made - and consistently make - from some of
the market's safest stocks.

And I'm going to reveal all about this group in the next few
minutes... including their recent stock picks.

  
             
 
 

I know your initial reaction is probably that this number is too


good to be true. To tell you the truth, I felt exactly the same way
when I saw the report on the track record.

But I even got it cross checked by an independent auditor. And as


it turned out,    

I will shortly share with you complete details about the track
record, including the stock picks that did not work out.

But before that, there's something else you should know...

iou've been lied to. . .


You see, if you're like most other investors out there, you too
were made to believe that there are basically only two kinds of
stocks:
1) Safe low-return stocks
2) Risky high-return stocks
If you wanted bigger returns, you were told that there's no other
option but to invest in stocks that involve at least some amount of
risk.

Or else, just settle for the dividends and small returns that the
safe stocks gave you.

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It's true!

And how big could these returns possibly be?

Well, let me give you 3 examples...

We recommended "#$ on 5th November, 2002 when it was selling at Rs


48*. And when we gave a SELL on it in March 2010, it had risen
a whopping 3,275%.

Similarly, %  too, which we recommended on 30th June,


2003returned 2,840% until August 2010 when we gave a SELL on it.

Then we recommended $ on 21st July, 2003 when it was selling at


Rs 67*. Today the same stock is priced at Rs 3,601.

An increase of 5,275%... and we haven't recommended a SELL


on$ yet.

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don't happen every time
Agreed!

But you can make at least double your money from safe stocks
consistently, if not more.

You already saw 3 stocks before that generated 100% or more returns
in less than 2 years.

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And there are many, MANY more stocks like these.

So why settle for just tiny returns and dividends, when you can
make 100% or more from SAFE large cap stocks easily?
All you need to do is hold the stocks for 2-3 years...

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Khat books, schools or brokers will NOT teach you. . .


What I'm about to tell you now will be in complete contradiction
to what you hear usually.

You won't hear this from your investor friend, your stock broker
or your fund manager. And you also won't read about it in any
financial magazine or see it on television investing news.

Listen...

Ever since you got into stocks, you must have had many people
tell you that you should always see what the other investors are
doing and take cues!

In other words... if a lot of investors are buying a stock, you


can safely assume the stock is a good one and buy it.

And if a lot of investors are selling a certain stock, you can


take it that the stock has turned bad and sell it away or
refrain from buying it.

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On the contrary, you'll just end up like most of the investors


who are forced to settle for meagre returns and never make the
kind of money they want from stocks.

To make more money than other investors


iou have to do what most other investors won't do
Invest in companies that everybody else is avoiding.

Don't get me wrong - I'm not telling you to invest in bad


stocks. People are obviously avoiding them for a reason.

But sometimes, even perfectly good stocks get ignored due to


some misconceptions. Those are the companies I'm telling you to
go after.
Let me explain...

See, we all know there are no better companies than the large
caps when it comes to stability.

Large caps are all well-established companies with stable


earnings and no extensive liabilities.

 They are well-managed and have consistently performed


across business cycles

 They have the resources to not only weather the downturns


and disturbances, but also emerge stronger from them

 Long-term prospects for large caps are outstanding

So the risk associated with large caps is very low, and you can
be assured of steady returns and dividends from them year after
year.

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don't know about large caps. . .
There's a strong belief among investors that large caps are
virtually immune to any and all kinds of problems.

That's not really the case.

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The reasons could be anything like:

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b.Some new initiatives started by the company turning out to
be failures
c.Fall in demand for the company's product in the market
d.Bad economy
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When things like that happen, the demand for the large cap stock
falls temporarily... bringing its price down and making it
available to you at a discount!

This is when you need to act fast and grab the stock.
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Just see these 2 examples. . .
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This was a stock recommended at the height of the global crisis


in November 2008.

High inflation, cost pressures, liquidity crisis and regulations


concerning the real estate sector had made funding difficult.
This coupled with unrealistically high land prices and
government red tape was resulting in hotel projects taking
longer to fructify.

The slowdown had also led to sharp declines in tourist traffic


and room rates, and that too was impacting the company.

But we kept the long term picture in mind and expected the
crisis to not have any material impact in the company's future
over a 3 to 5 year period.

And the stock is up 93% since then.

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We recommended GSK vonsumer in February 2009 when the Indian


malted beverage market was seeing stiff competition from new
entrants like Dabur and Hindustan Unilever.

In the midst of all this, GSK initiated a 7% price hike in its


flagship brand 'Horlicks'. It also leveraged its brand power to
launch new variants.

This firmed up our confidence in the company retaining its 70%


market share. Plans to introduce products from its global
parent's portfolio in oral care, energy drink and other segments
over the next 3 to 4 years was the additional sweetener.

So we maintained that despite competition GSK vonsumer would be


able to leverage its brand power to emerge stronger and improve
returns to shareholders.

The stock is up 270% since then.

The Real Reason Khy People Avoid Large Caps


Regardless of what everybody says...

We believe the main reason why people avoid large caps is


because they aren't aware of this unique, time-tested, highly
effective way of making BIG returns from large cap stocks.

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Of course, others with vested interests (you know who) also


force investors to believe that large caps cannot generate big
returns...

Plus, ordinary investors usually won't have the resources to


execute this method properly.

But whatever their reason for avoiding large caps, this gives
YOU an excellent opportunity to multiply your money safely.

Since you're investing in large cap stocks using this approach,


you need not feel that you're taking on too much risk.

Agreed that no investment is 100% guaranteed. Not even large


caps!

But with the big companies, you can be confident that they will
not disappear overnight and take your entire investment with
them.

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So if done correctly, it is certain to produce profitable


results... as has been proved already in the examples presented
to you.

rut that said, not every large cap company


will be a good buy
You need to know exactly which big companies are likely to
recover faster and make bigger returns for you... and of course,
when is the right time to buy them.

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You see, we've got this Premium research service


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Simply stated...
If you're looking at building a portfolio of blue-chip stocks
that could deliver steady returns over the long term, then
StockSelect is the service you need to be signed up for.
StockSelect tells you which big companies are a "must-have" for
your portfolio...     
    
         
It works on a simple principle - buying great companies at
bargain prices and making staggering returns on them when the
company grows rapidly in a few years.

So with StockSelect, you not only earn consistent dividends but


also big returns from the large caps stocks we recommend.

Take $ for instance...

We recommended Tata Steel in December 2008, when the stock was


trading a mammoth 80% lower than its 52-week highs!

The stock's underperformance then could be attributed to its


balance sheet that had been loaded with debt on account of the
leveraged buyout of vorus.

While we saw the concerns as being valid, we knew those were far
too exaggerated. Our calculations showed that even if the
company's earnings were to fall by 50%, there would still be
enough cash flow for it to pay for its financial expenses on the
debt.

So we remained confident that the company will come out of the


downturn rather unscathed.

And the stock is up 269% since then.

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Khy you can trust us to deliver


We're not stock brokers. We don't gain anything even if you buy
the stocks we recommend.

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Because if you don't make money from our recommendations, you


will simply not renew your subscriptions. Furthermore, you'll
also tell your friends not to sign up for our services.

We don't want that, and that's why we take extreme care while
finalizing the stocks to recommend.

 All our recommendations are supported by thorough research


- we list out the reasons to buy and also the investment
concerns that we foresee

 We travel far and wide to meet companies before we put out


reports on them

 For each stock, we clearly state the target price and also
the time horizon for achieving the same

That's exactly why over 907,500 registered members (of all


Equitymaster services combined) trust us!

And there's one other thing...

I bet you too, like numerous other investors, were taken aback
by the  fiasco and started wondering how many more
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more often than not . . .
You see, most investors take the return on stock investment to
be the key yardstick while deciding whether or not to buy a
stock.

But legendary investors like Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett


have always maintained that 'evaluation of risks' should be
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in the same sector, their business dynamics, managements and
valuations are different.

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case separately...
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recommendations on Avv, Tata Steel, vorporation Bank and Maruti
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Like I said before, StockSelect has an accuracy rate of 82.5%.

That means for every 6 large caps stocks we recommend through


StockSelect, 5 hit their target.

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Now, there's no doubt that we recommend a stock only when it


meets all the required parameters.

But sometimes... despite having all those valid reasons for


recommending the stocks... the assumptions we make turn out to
be incorrect.

For example, here are 2 stocks that didn't do like we expected


them to...

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The Indian textile industry had just broken the shackles of the
quota regime. The government's benign subsidized loan scheme for
this sector made it more appealing. What better time to
recommend one of the most established names in Indian textile
manufacturing and retailing? This was the thought behind our
'HOLD' recommendation on Raymond way back in September 2006.

The company then had a reasonable debt to equity of 0.7 times


and net profit margin of 15% which was one of the best in the
sector. Since then the stock corrected by 67% (on a point to
point basis) until we recommended a Sell on it in September
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While our judgment of the management's ability to takeoff the


joint ventures with foreign partners was faulty, forex losses on
sales as well as external borrowings aggravated the matter.

Economic recovery in the developed markets too did not shape up


too well over the last two years. The management still remains
quite unsure of where its focus lies.

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We had recommended Punj Lloyd in 2008 backed by our optimistic


assumption about the company consolidating its position as the
second largest engineering and construction player in India. Its
foray into the oil and gas pipeline business was especially
encouraging.

We expected the company would grow due to a strong demand from


sectors like pipelines and terminals, aggressive forays into
newer segments, and execution of large scale domestic and
international projects.

But unfortunately execution delays and cost overruns marred the


performance of the company. Our attempts to meet the management
to get some clarity on the future direction of the business were
also in vain.

In addition to this, after some change in the senior management,


the new members seem very reluctant to share the long term
outlook for the company. Finally we asked our subscribers to
stay away from the stock.

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Every Friday, we'll send you a StockSelect report recommending a
Buy/Hold/Sell on one large cap company.

In this report, we will provide you detailed and extensive


analysis of the company along with our expert opinions.

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advanced manufacturers of Forged & Machined components...

We recommended this stock in April 2009. The company was then


facing serious issue on the balance sheet front as it had loaded
the same with debt.

Our view was that the company was soon to get a return on the
expansion it made using this debt. We expected the company's
domestic operations as well as foray into other segments to
minimize the impact that sharply lower exports were having on
its overall business.

While we agreed that the company was no doubt struggling to grow


at rates that it has managed to do in the past, we thought the
fall in stock price was much exaggerated.

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pick a final list of blue-chip stocks to invest in.

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to time on attractive large caps opportunities.

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And we don't just recommend some companies and forget about
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At the end of each quarter we review all the stocks that we


recommended during the six month period prior to that.

We provide subscribers our latest analysis on all those


recommendations... and whether we maintain our views on them or
have changed the same.

We illustrate in detail our reasons for maintaining the stance


or change in stance, and finally summarize all of those into a
table as you can see below:


Apart from these quarterly reviews, another thing that forms
part of the "ongoing coverage" is the Quarterly Result Analysis
that we write for all companies under coverage... wherein we
also mention whether the results are in line with our estimates
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from time to time, we release instant reports and updates on
various companies.

These articles include excerpts of management meetings, extracts


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our personal views on it, and so on.

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And it is the relevant learnings from this exercise that we have


translated into reports.

In a nutshell, these reports help you answer questions like -

Should you be buying stocks from the automobile sector or


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