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Gladiator Stocks: Series 6.0

Tide Water Oil (TIDWAT)

(CMP- | 16450.00)

Technical View

Strategy: Buy Tide Water Oil in the range of | 16459.00–15800.00 for a target price of | 19450.00 with a stop loss below | 14800.00 on a closing basis

The share price of Tide Water Oil embarked upon a strong uptrend after breaking out past its 2010 peak of | 10116 in June 2014. The stock witnessed a rapid advance, thereafter, and continues to stride northward in a rising peaks and troughs fashion. The sharp decline in Brent crude oil prices, which has plummeted to four year low of $75.50/barrel, has lent further support to the stock, which is the direct beneficiary of lower crude prices.

Key technical observations

¾ The strong breakout above 2010 highs (10116) after a four year consolidation below the same signalled a major trend reversal and lifted the stock into a higher orbit. Since June 2014 lows, the rallies are getting bigger and faster while secondary corrections have been shallow and time consuming affairs. Such price/time behaviour clearly highlights the positive price structure

¾ After a strong rally from June 2014 low of | 8846 to | 15330 in September 2014, the stock entered a consolidation mode and traded in a narrow range over the last two months. The stock maintained a rising trajectory even during this consolidation phase, which highlights constant buying support at elevated levels

¾ The medium term 50 day moving exponential average also remains in a rising trajectory and has lent support to prices during intermediate corrective declines. The 50 day EMA is currently placed at | 14910 and is expected to act as a solid base for the stock from a short-term perspective

¾ The price action in Thursday’s session has seen the stock recoup previous five session’s shallow decline in just a single trading session highlighting resumption of the strong upward momentum. We believe the stock has witnessed a healthy time wise correction as it has spent almost 10 weeks in consolidation mode albeit within rising trajectory against 15 week rally during June to September 2014

¾ Among oscillators, the 14-period RSI has generated a positive crossover above its nine period average after sailing above its bull market support reading of 50 levels during the entire consolidation phase highlighting the underlying strength in the trend

Conclusion: We expect the stock to continue its uptrend and head towards | 19500 in the medium term. The price equality of current up move from September 2014 low of |13542 with the June to September up move, which

Time frame: 6 months

Key Technical Data

Recommended Price 16450-15800 Price Target 19450.00 Stoploss 14800.00 52 Week High 16992.00 52 Week Low 6851.10 50 days EMA 14887.00 200 days EMA 11610.00 52 Week EMA 11286.00

*Recommendation given on i-click to gain on November 27, 2014 at 11:43

Stock price movement vs. BSE Oil & Gas

7,300 9,300 11,300 13,300 15,300 17,300 Ma r-1 4 Ap r-1 4 Ma y-14 Jun -1 4 Ju l-14 Au g-14 Se p-14 Oc t-1 4 No v-14 8,300 8,800 9,300 9,800 10,300 10,800 11,300 11,800

Tide Water BSE Oil&gas

Price performance over last five years

Year 66% -29% 38% -4% 130% -56% 24% 104% 2010 2011 2012 2013 YTD 2014

Gladiator Stocks

November 28, 2014


Exhibit 1: Tide Water Oil – Daily Bar Chart

Source: Bloomberg, ICICIdirect.com Research Analyst Dharmesh Shah dharmesh.shah@icicisecurities.com Dipesh Dagha dipesh.dagha@icicisecurities.com Pabitro Mukherjee pabitro.mukherjee@icicisecurities.com

Faster retracement of last five session corrective decline in just single trading session signalled resumption of upward momentum. We expect the stock to head towards 19500 levels being the price equality of current up move from Sept low with the June-Sept rally which measured 5993 points

RSI generated a positive crossover after sailing above its bull market reading of 50 during last 2 month consolidation 15330

Rising price, rising volumes indicate larger participation in the direction of primary trend highlighting a healthy uptrend

Equality with June-Sept rise @ 19500

50-day EMA



Fundamental view

• Tide Water Oil Company India is a part of the multi divisional Andrew Yule group. Tide Water Oil has been one of the leading players in the Indian lubricant industry since 1928. The company has an extensive distribution network with 50 distributors and over 650 dealers servicing over 50,000 retail outlets. This network is fed by five plants and 55 depots located strategically across the country. The company operates in two major segments: automotive and industrial. It has tie-ups for the manufacture of genuine oils with a number of renowned OEMs in the automotive and industrial equipment segment including Hero MotoCorp, Honda Motor Cycle, L&T Komatsu Ltd, etc. The company also has a technical collaboration JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, the No.1 petroleum conglomerate in Japan. Superior quality lubricants under the brand name Eneos are manufactured and marketed in India by Tide Water Oil. It manufactures and markets Veedol brand of lubricants

• Over the last few years, the lubricant industry’s volume growth has contracted due to improvement in motor vehicle technology leading to lower consumption of lubricant oil and longer refill cycle. The industry reported negative volume growth at ~1% CAGR over FY10-13 whereas Tide Water Oil reported a volume growth at ~2.3% CAGR. However, going forward, the lubricant industry is expected to report an improvement in volume growth owing to an improvement in the Indian economic scenario with growth of automobile sales and an improvement in industrial sector leading to higher lubricant oil consumption. Over the last 12 years, Tide Water Oil has shown a continuous improvement in market share increasing from 2.9% in FY03 to 4.7% in FY13 owing to its strong brands (Veedol, Prima, Turbo, etc.), wide distribution network and good quality of products. The company’s strong brands and wide distribution network (mainly in the “Bazaar” segment) would aid it to grow its business substantially. The company expanded its global footprint with the acquisition of Veedol International (100% subsidiary) in FY12 from Castrol and Lubricants UK, wholly-owned subsidiaries of BP Plc. This acquisition brought with it global rights to a wide portfolio of registered trademarks for the master brand, Veedol, as well as associated product sub-brands and iconic logos

• Tide Water Oil’s revenues have increased from | 751.6 in FY10 to | 1156.5 in FY14 at a CAGR of 9% while profits have increased from | 57.8 in FY10 to | 68.3 in FY14. The return ratios of the company have remained strong with RoCE at 21.5% and RoE at 17.6% in FY14. We expect the decline in crude oil prices and growth in volumes to help the company improve its margin profile and thereby profitability, going forward

Stock Data

Particular Amount

Market Capitalisation (| Crore) 1,526.0

Totak Debt (| Crore) 9.0

Cash (| Crore) 64.5

EV (| Crore) 1,470.4

52 week H/L 17689/ 6820

Equity Capital (| Crore) 1.0

Face Value (|) 10.0 MF Holding (%) 0.1 FII Holding (%) - Stock return (%) 1M 3M 6M 12M Tide Water 7.0 34.1 64.1 126.7 Castrol 10.8 36.1 59.0 63.3

Gulf Oil Lubricants 17.1 43.1 NA NA

Exhibit 1: Key metrics

FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

P/E (x) 17.6 19.1 18.0 16.5

EV/EBITDA (x) 10.4 11.0 9.9 9.9

P / BV (x) 3.9 3.3 3.0 2.7

RONW (%) 24.4 19.2 18.6 17.6

ROCE (%) 33.4 24.8 24.8 21.5

Exhibit 2: Financial highlights

| Crore FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

Net Sales 760 801 954 1,007

EBITDA 97 86 93 92

Net Profit 64 59 63 68

EPS (|) 754.8 695.1 740.4 804.0


International Travel House (INTTRA)

(CMP- | 290.00)

Technical view

Strategy: Buy International Travel House in the range of | 290.00–280.00 for a target price of | 380.00 with a stop loss below | 238.00 on a closing basis

Key technical observations

¾ The share price of International Travel House remains in a strong uptrend and continues to form rising peaks and troughs on all time frames. The stock hit an all-time high of | 310 in August 2014 and, thereafter, entered a secondary corrective phase. In Thursday’s trade, the stock has given a falling channel breakout consisting of the entire price correction, thus indicating the end of the corrective phase and signalling resumption of the primary uptrend, thereby offering a fresh entry opportunity to ride the next up move in the stock

¾ Earlier, in late May, the stock gave a breakout from the rounding pattern, which elevated the stock price to a higher trajectory setting up the bullish momentum from a medium-term perspective. The stock since breaking out of the rounding pattern has consolidated its gains maintaining positive bias

¾ The most recent correction in the stock from its August 2014 high (| 310) retraced its preceding up move from | 219 to | 310 by 78.6%. More importantly, the key retracement also coincided with the rising 34-week moving average. The share price formed a decent basing pattern at key support juncture and now seen resolving higher suggesting positive trend

¾ Time wise, the stock consumed 12 weeks in the corrective phase while retracing just 78.6% of the preceding seven week’s rally. Larger time consolidation and limited price correction is the primary indicator of a healthy corrective action and highlights the underlying strength in the trend. Strong volume surge in the price rally signifies larger participation in the direction of the primary trend while the price correction has seen relatively low volume

¾ Among oscillators, the 14-week RSI is seen holding above 50 levels and has recently given a bullish crossover above its nine period’s average thus validating positive momentum from a medium-term perspective

Conclusion: Based on the various technical observations listed above, we believe the stock is set for its next up leg and is likely to head towards | 385 in the short-term. The 161.8% extensions of the previous up move from | 219 to | 310 as measured from the recent trough of | 238 projects upsides towards | 385, thus offering a favourable risk-reward set-up to ride the bull trend

Time frame: 6 months

Key Technical Data

Recommended Price 290-280 Price Target 380.00 Stoploss 238.00 52 Week High 310.00 52 Week Low 142.00 50 days EMA 260.00 200 days EMA 227.00 52 Week EMA 223.00

Recommendation given on i-click to gain on 27th November

2014 at 12:45

Stock price movement vs. BSE Small cap Index

140 190 240 290 Ma r-1 4 Ap r-14 Ma y-14 Jun-14 Ju l-1 4 Au g-14 Sep-14 Oc t-1 4 No v-14 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000

International Travel BSE Small cap

Price performance over last five years

103% ‐34% 12% ‐11% 73% ‐45% 35% 115% 2010 2011 2012 2013 Y T D


Exhibit 2: International Travel House – Weekly Bar Chart

Source: Bloomberg, ICICIdirect.com Research

The share price have given a breakout above the falling channel indicating the end of the corrective phase and signalling resumption of the primary uptrend, thereby offering a fresh entry opportunity. Stock price is expected to rally towards 385 in the near term

Weekly RSI is seen holding above 50 levels and has recently given a bullish crossover above its nine periods average thus supporting positive bias

78.6% retracement @ 238

While corrective phases witness low volume activity, rallies have been on the back of far greater participation highlighting bull market phenomenon

161.8% extensions @ 385

219 Long term rounding pattern breakout signals resumption of primary uptrend in the stock



Fundamental View

• International Travel House (ITH), an associate of ITC Ltd (61.7% stake), established in 1981, is an integrated travel and tourism service provider accredited with ISO 9001 certification. It offers the entire bouquet of travel services, including business travel, car rentals, leisure holidays and conferences & exhibition management services. ITH has a nationwide network through 10 IATA travel offices, 14 car rental offices and 19 travel counters. The company services business travel needs of Indian and multinational business houses with implants in 160 companies including NDTV, Infosys, HCL, Citibank, Samsung, Max Hospitals, Ficci, Essel group among others. The company has a major presence in the car rental business with transportation contributing a healthy 75.6% of the total topline as of FY14. The company has its own transport fleet of ~900 cars and has over 700 trained travel professionals. The topline and bottomline has grown at a CAGR of 12% and 13%, respectively, in FY10-14. The company also commands healthy return ratios with RoCE and RoE of 18% and 14%, respectively, in FY14. The dividend payout for ITH is steady at ~20%

• The company is promoted by ITC Ltd and is involved in the business of travel services. The company clocked a topline and bottomline of | 172 crore and | 18 crore, respectively in FY14. On a consistent basis, the company clocks EBITDA margins of ~20%. On the balance sheet front, the company is debt-free with net cash position of ~| 46 crore as of FY14 (~20% of the current market cap). Its domestic competitors though backed by foreign promoter groups are currently trading at 37.3x TTM P/E (Thomas cook trading at 64.2x TTM P/E while Cox & Kings trading at 10.4x TTM P/E). The company, however, is trading at 13.1x FY14 P/E, which is a steep discount to its domestic peers (~65% discount). We feel that this discount is unwarranted given the healthy financials, strong promoter group and robust economic outlook. However, since the company is a major car rental player, it is expected to trade at a certain discount to its industry peers

• The company realises healthy business (| 82 crore; 48% of topline) form its parent group i.e. ITC Ltd. and will also be a key beneficiary of increase in occupancy at ITC’s hotels across the country. With a new government at the Centre and its thrust on healthy growth of the domestic tourism industry, the company is poised for an exciting journey ahead. Key government announcements, which should ultimately benefit the company include visa on arrival policy & electronic visa approval provision. On the risk front, the company is facing some competition from new start-ups offering car rental services in the cities in which the company operates. These start-ups are vying for a share of the market on the basis of an asset-light business model and heavy use of back-end technology and analytics. However, ITH is working towards building on its web strategy. It is evaluating web based operating platforms for its forex, conferences and delegate management business, as also for revamping its website and making itself ready for meeting the challenges of e-commerce

Stock Data

Particular Amount

Market Capitalization | 237 Crore

Total Debt | 0

Cash | 46 Crore

EV | 191 Crore

52 week H/L (|) 310 / 142

Equity capital | 8 Crore

Face value | 10

FII Holding (%) 0.0

DII Holding (%) 0.0

Stock return (%)

Return (%) 1M 3M 6M 12M

Int. Travel House 5.9 4.4 22.3 84.2

Thomas Cook India 12.2 19.0 87.6 118.4

Cox & Kings India (2.3) (0.6) 72.0 197.8

Exhibit 3: Key metrics

(x) FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

P/E 9.7 8.9 7.5 6.8 7.0

EV / EBITDA 4.2 3.8 3.2 2.4 3.0

P/BV 1.5 1.7 1.4 1.1 1.0

RoNW (%) 15.9 20.4 19.9 16.2 14.5

RoCE (%) 23.4 30.1 29.0 24.2 21.4

Exhibit 4: Financial highlights

(| Crore) FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

Net Sales 108.2 146.1 165.3 164.3 171.7 EBITDA 37.2 35.8 39.9 38.9 37.6 Net Profit 11.3 16.7 19.1 17.9 18.1 EPS (|) 13.6 20.3 23.2 21.7 21.9


Strategy Follow up

Date Scrip Product Strategy RP Target SL Gain/Loss % Comment

9-Jun Essel Propack Cash Buy 95.00 155.00 64.00 31.00 Book 50% profit at 124 19-Sep Heidelberg Cement Cash Buy 78.50 98.00 69.00 30.00 Target achieved 9-Jun Cummins Cash Buy 635.00 860.00 545.00 29.00 Book profit at 820 9-Jun KSB Pumps Cash Buy 500.00 790.00 390.00 27.00 Book 50% profit at 635 9-Jun BEL Cash Buy 1835.00 2350.00 1490.00 25.00 Book profit at 2290 9-Jun Ingersoll Cash Buy 665.00 995.00 528.00 25.00 Book 50% profit at 830 8-Sep EPC Industries Cash Buy 196.00 255.00 167.00 20.00 Book profit at 235 9-Jun SKF Cash Buy 980.00 1425.00 780.00 20.00 Book 50% profit at 1180 9-Jun Aban Cash Buy 720.00 1050.00 575.00 19.00 Book profit at 853 9-Jun Federal Bank Cash Buy 117.00 165.00 97.00 17.00 Book 50% profit at 136.50 10-Oct Infosys Cash Buy 3770.00 4490.00 3490.00 14.00 Book 50% profit at 4300 10-Oct Simplex Infra Cash Buy 255.00 310.00 224.00 11.00 Book profit at 283 16-Sep KPR Mill Cash Buy 305.00 375.00 267.00 10.00 Book profit at 336.5 19-Sep UltraTech Cement Cash Buy 2630.00 3100.00 2435.00 -7.00 Stoploss triggered 16-Sep Repro Cash Buy 290.00 355.00 261.00 -10.00 Stoploss triggered

8-Sep Phoenix lamp Cash Buy 144.00 180.00 125.00 Open

9-Jun SBI Cash Buy 2710.00 3515.00 2350.00 Open

9-Jun India Cements Cash Buy 112.00 160.00 87.00 Open



• It is recommended to enter in a staggered manner within the prescribed range provided in the report • Once the recommendation is executed, it is advisable to keep strict stop loss as provided in the report on

closing basis

• The recommendations are valid for three to six months and in case we intend to carry forward the position, it will be communicated through separate mail.

Trading Portfolio allocation

• It is recommended to spread out the trading corpus in a proportionate manner between the various technical research products

• Please avoid allocating the entire trading corpus to a single stock or a single product segment • Within each product segment it is advisable to allocate equal amount to each recommendation

• For example: The ‘Daily Calls’ product carries 3 to 4 intraday recommendations. It is advisable to allocate equal amount to each recommendation


Recommended product wise trading portfolio allocation

Allocations Return Objective

Products Product wise

allocation Max allocation in 1 stock Number of Calls Frontline Stocks Mid-cap stocks Duration

Daily Calls 8% 2-3% 3-4 Stocks 0.50-1% 2-3% Intraday

Short term Delivery 6% 3-5% 7-10 p.m 4-5% 7-10% Opportunity based

Weekly Calls 8% 3-5% 1-2 Stocks 5-7% 7-10% 1 Week

Weekly Technical 8% 3-5% 1-2 Stocks 5-7% 7-10% 1 Week

Monthly Call 15% 5% 2-3 Stocks 7-10% 10-15% 1 Month

Monthly Technical 15% 2-4% 5-8 Stocks 7-10% 10-15% 1 Month

Techno Funda 15% 5-10% 1-2 Stocks 10% and above 15% and above 6 Months

Technical Breakout 15% 5-10% 1-2 Stocks 10% and above 15% and above 3-6 Months

Cash in Hand 10% - - - - -


Pankaj Pandey Head – Research pankaj.pandey@icicisecurities.com ICICIdirect.com Research Desk,

ICICI Securities Limited,

1st Floor, Akruti Trade Centre, Road No 7, MIDC

Andheri (East)

Mumbai – 400 093



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