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NTC fundamentals and its marker price

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Registered: Feb 2017
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Thank you bazarguru jee and Ramesh jee. This is a valuable knowledge for me.
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Registered: Oct 2016
Posts: 247
Agreed with Ramesh Ji,

UNL's return is just amazing. 1000% per yer. Not only that but those who purchase UNL barely sell their shares. I know some of my relatives who purchased it at IPO and still didn't sell when it was around 40000. They have a very low paid up capital and use their reserves to provide returns.

NTC is trying to bring a strategic partner to boost their revenue. Don't expect bonus share after Strategic partner however we can expect 70-100% cash in near future.

Happy Investment
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Registered: Mar 2014
Posts: 152
Keshav Jee,
Difference between NTC and UNL is share volume high and low, Government and Multinational Company ownership. Charm to be holder of VIP company.
There is rummer from long time that UNL share split will split 10rs. Like now SHL share paid up value per share 10rs.
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Registered: Feb 2017
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Dilbert jee, Ramesh N jee and Bazarguru jee,

Thank you for your valuable knowledge. I also have a follow up question, how is Unilever different from NTC given the factor that both have been giving only cash dividends(Unilever cash dividend is huge though) and still Unilever price is crazy. What are the things that work in Unilever favour apart from the huge cash dividend.

Thank you once again.
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Registered: Oct 2016
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Sir, NTC is a great company and the only company to give very high cash returns every year. With 75 billion reserve & 15 billion paid up capital. Also since it is a state run company, it will make sure its monopoly is utilized.

A new strategic partner may not guarantee bonus shares but it can improve the following:

1. better and cheap data packages with quality which can compete with fiber net.
2. Diversification of NTC's huge reserves.
3. Continued revenue through easily accessible and cheap hotspots.

Investors are not attracted in nepse that give huge cash returns. That is the tragedy. However NTC is here to stay for the long run and provider of the one of the highest tax, dividend and revenue to the government and they don't want to lose a cash cow like NTC.
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Registered: Mar 2014
Posts: 152
NTC is good company but it's growth is low. It is giving only cash dividend. If it get international partner and give new scheme, and reinvest with bonus then it's price can goes up.
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They always give cash dividends and not bonus shares since they don't need to give out bonus shares.
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Registered: Feb 2017
Posts: 31
Hi friends,

Though the fundamentals of NTC looks good ,for instance its EPS, PE ratio, B/PV ratio, and its cash flow statement is also strong. Plus its one of very few state run companies that is making good amount of money.

In fact the gap between its net worth per share and its market price is too less.

What are some of the reason these factors are not reflected in its market share price? When other government run companies like CIT and Rastriya beema company prices are too high?

If our senior and veteran investors in this forum could share their views it would be helpful for others to better understand on how to evaluate companies before investing.

Thank you all in advance.

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