Ashish Kacholia Picks Up Stake In This Micro Cap Stock That Has Gone Up Over 120% YTD

Ace investor Ashish Kacholia picked up a stake in Dhabriya Polywood on Monday. The stock has gone up over 120% since the start of the year. 

As per the exchange data, Kacholia bought 5.46 lakh shares of the company through a bulk deal on BSE. The average price for the deal was ₹280.90. The total deal value was at ₹15.34 crore. The value of his stake currently (on Wednesday) is around ₹15.64 crore. The seller was one of the company’s promoters who sold around 7 lakh shares.

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The company also counts value investor Mukul Agrawal among its investors. Agrawal holds an over 10% stake in the company, which is worth around ₹32 crore.

With a market cap of around ₹300 crore, the company is a manufacturer of PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) & UPVC (Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride) Profiles for a wide range of interior and exterior applications.

Price Action: The stock was up 2% locked in upper circuit at ₹286.50 in early trade on Wednesday.

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