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A study on fundamental analysis of selected IT companies listed at NSE

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Every investor is advised to have enough knowledge about the stock market before making any investment decisions. Analysis of capital market can be done either by Fundamental analysis or by Technical analysis. This paper aims to study on Fundamental analysis of selected IT companies listed at NSE. Fundamental analysis is studied in three parts. Economic analysis deals with fundamental factors like GDP, IIP, fiscal deficit, inflation, current account deficit etc. Industry analysis Indian IT sector is analyzed based on entry barriers, type of industry, government interference, Porter’s five force model. Finally, Company analysis deals with various ratios such as dividend payout ratio, EPS, P/E ratio, Debt-Equity ratio are used. It also focuses on the calculation of Intrinsic value of shares and compared with Market value. If intrinsic value is greater than market value the share is said to be undervalued whereas if market value is greater than intrinsic value, the share is overvalued. From the study Wipro, TCS and Infosys shares are undervalued and suggested to buy and hold the shares. © 2017, Institute of Advanced Scientific Research, Inc. All rights reserved.
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A study on Fundamental Analysis of Selected IT companies Listed
at NSE
SILPA K S
1
ARYA MOL J
2,
Dr. A S AMBILY
3
1, 2, 3
Department of Commerce and Management, School of Arts and Sciences, Amrita University, Kochi.
ABSTRACT
Every investor is advised to have enough knowledge about the stock market before making any
investment decisions. Analysis of capital market can be done either by Fundamental analysis or by
Technical analysis. This paper aims to study on Fundamental analysis of selected IT companies listed at
NSE. Fundamental analysis is studied in three parts. Economic analysis deals with fundamental factors like
GDP, IIP, fiscal deficit, inflation, current account deficit etc. Industry analysis Indian IT sector is analyzed
based on entry barriers, type of industry, government interference, Porter’s five force model. Finally,
Company analysis deals with various ratios such as dividend payout ratio, EPS, P/E ratio, Debt-Equity ratio
are used. It also focuses on the calculation of Intrinsic value of shares and compared with Market value. If
intrinsic value is greater than market value the share is said to be undervalued whereas if market value is
greater than intrinsic value, the share is overvalued. From the study Wipro, TCS and Infosys shares are
undervalued and suggested to buy and hold the shares.
Key words: Investment decision, Fundamental factors, Intrinsic value, Share price, Indian IT industry.
INTRODUCTION
The Indian IT sector is one of the ongoing shining sectors of the Indian economy showcase with
rapid development and promise. According to a report by NASSCOM called “Perspective 2020: Transform
India” the exports element of the Indian Industry is anticipated to reach US$ 175 billion in revenue by 2020.
India is considered as the home town to a huge number of potential IT professionals who could congregate
the demands and global industry expectations with their eminent skill and expertise. IT sector in India is
high cost efficient in terms of skilled professionals as in comparison with the developed countries. This is
also the reason for increase in IT services like knowledge process outsourcing and business process
outsourcing have extended in the job market of Indian economy. The average purchasing powers of the
individual consumers have increased. With this aggregate demand and aggregate supply has increased
which resulted improvement in gross domestic production of goods and services in the India. Therefore IT
sector plays a very important role in Indian Economy as whole. This paper attempt to study the fundamental
analysis on selected five IT companies listed in NSE with respect to Hedge Equities Ltd.
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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The study will help to know what strategies the investor can adopt while trading in equity
market with the help of fundamental analysis. Fundamental Analysis is the upcoming tool and helps the
investor to know how the company is fundamentally strong and who want to invest in a systematic manner
in the competitive world, the study reveals the importance for the investment decision which acts as
guidance and helps them in decision making and predicts the figure price of the scrips.
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The following are the objective of the study:
To study the growth and performance of IT sector.
To study on the Fundamental Analysis for five company scrips to recommend for better choice
of investment.
To analyse the Intrinsic value and forecast the future value through fundamental analysis.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
In this paper mainly secondary data is used. Data are collected from sources such as internet,
websites ‘of selected companies, company balance sheets, annual reports, press release etc. Analysis of data
is done with help of Fundamental tools for selected five companies.
SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The study is conducted based on the selected IT companies listed in NSE. The companies are
selected with respect to their market capitalization, revenue, sales and performance.
REVIEW LITERATURE
As per the project five articles were reviewed and summaries of the same are listed below:
(2016) J Hema and V Ariram in their research paper titled, “ Fundamental analysis with special
reference to pharmaceutical companies listed in NSE” stated that an investor should analyze the
market fundamentally and technically before investing in shares. They also noticed growth in the
pharmaceutical industry in India.
(2009) Hemraj Verma and Prakash Tiwari in their study headed, “A Fundamental analysis of public
sector banks in India” detailed the growth of the Indian banking industry and current performance of
the bank with the help of various ratios.
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(2011) Sugandharaj kulkarni in his research paper titled, “ A study on fundamental analysis of
ONGC” explains about the relevance of fundamental analysis along with the attempt to find the
intrinsic value of shares.
(2011) Venkatesh C K and Madhu Tyagi in their research paper titled, “ Fundamental analysis as a
method of share valuation in comparison with technical analysis” detailed about different movement
of share prices in comparison with fundamental and technical analysis. It also emphasized on the
market capitalization and organizational structure.
(2015) Ahmed s Wafi, Hassan Hassan and Abel Mabrouk in their learning headed, “ Fundamental
analysis models in financial market” presented in third economic and finance conference in Rome.
This paper aims to find the better stock valuation model using the fundamental analysis approach.
DATA ANALYSIS
Economic Analysis
In economic analysis, the present performance of the economy as a whole is indentified using
economic factors like GDP, Inflation rate, IIP, Balance of Payment, Fiscal deficit, Current account deficit,
Unemployment rate. Table 1 depicts the five year data of economic factors from 2012 to 2016 which indeed
help the investors to take better investment decision
Table 1: Table showing economic factors
Source: Secondary data
Economic growth can be determined using the GDP of the country. GDP is showing an upwards
trend for the past four years as it increase year after year. As the inflation rate falls down the purchasing
YEAR 2011-
2012
2012-
2013
2013-
2014
2014-
2015
2015-
2016
Compound Annual
growth
rate(CAGR)%
GDP (%) 6.2 5.6 6.6 7.2 7.6 4.16
Inflation Rate (%) 9 9.13 5.86 6.32 2.23 -24.3
IIP 65.12 27.87 10.25 14.50 14 -26.46
Balance of payment -2.4 0.9 -0.6 -0.4 0.1 -152.9
Fiscal Deficit (%) 4.9 4.5 4.1 3.9 3.5 -6.50
Current account deficit (%) 4 4.9 1.6 1.2 0.1 -52.18
Unemployment rate (%) 5.2 4.9 4.9 5 4.8 -1.58
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power of the economy increases which boast the market performance. Inflation in Indian economy is
coming down from 9 percent in 2012 to 2.23 percent in 2016, therefore shows a decreasing trend during last
five years.
Industrial productions in an economy establish productivity of the country. Index of Industrial
production initially decreased steeply from 2012-13 to 2014-15. In 2014-15 and 2015-16 IIP slightly
increased. Balance of Payment depicts the economic transaction of country with rest of the world. Balance
of payment is highly fluctuating year after year. The highest negative balance of payment is -2.4 in 2012-13.
And highest positive balance of payment is 0.9 in 2013-14. Fiscal deficit is surplus of total expenditure over
total receipt exclusive of borrowings during the given fiscal year. Fiscal deficit is having a downward trend
in Indian economy since 2012-13. The highest fiscal deficit is in 2012-13 which is 4.9 percent of GDP.
A current account deficit is the value of investments or services or goods imported greater than that
of the value of exports. The highest current account deficit is identified as on April 2013 which is 4.9
percent. After 2013, the current account deficit is seemed to be decreasing gradually and 0.1 percent on
GDP is lowest current account deficit in April 2016. The highest rate of unemployment was in 2015-16 i.e.
5 percent and lowest unemployment was in 2016-17 i.e. 4.80 percent. After an increase in 2015 the
unemployment rate is coming down in 2016-17.
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS
In Industry analysis, Information technology industry is studied in terms of its problems and
prospects. India is considered as world’s leading sourcing destination for the information technology
industry, as ion figures it comes to just about 67 percent of the US $ 124-130 billion market. The IT industry
has shaped momentous command in education sector, in particular for engineering and computer sciences.
Information Technology is fragmented industry and not a concentrated one. In fragmented
industries, there is absence of big dominant players such that small companies also prevail in the market but
it is difficult for one company to establish a vigorous operation. Information technology industry is a
fragmented industry, which emphasis on free entry and exit of firms into the sector. Even though such a
situation prevails in the market, the major role is played by the big giant corporate like IBM, Infosys, TCS,
Inforte, Wipro and others.
Government can make their interference into the technology sector which has its own effect in the
industry. Government interference and intervention can be explained in two fundamental parts i.e. directly
and indirectly. Direct method means support given by the government for the development of new
technology and market mechanisms to present incentives for change done by the industry. On the other
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hand, indirect approach deal with the persuasion to regulate project standards and direct government
purchases by the IT sector.
Porter’s five force models consist of five major indicators to analyze an industry i.e. existing
competition, availability of substitutes, threat of new entrants, bargaining power of suppliers and bargaining
power of customers.
EXISTING COMPETITION: IT services such as network management services, data-center
services, infrastructure management services, application development and maintenance etc which
leads to competition. Many companies in the industry are offering the similar services and therefore
difficult to differentiate each other.
BARGAINING POWER OF CUSTOMERS: Buyers bargaining power is large and chance of
pressure on rates prevails in the industry. Both the international and Indian IT firms have negated the
advantages all the way through global delivery and mature procurement.
BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS: Supplier’s bargaining power is very low and as high
standardization prevails in the industry there is modest chance for the suppliers to have any thump.
THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS: Industry is also characterized by high people dependence and
consequently can observe veterans isolate from prevailing companies to devote in new ventures. The
innovative technology allows the opportunity of entrants to new niche players which are not
dependant on experience constraints or size.
AVAILABILITY OF SUBSTITUTES: IT sector has been a mixed bag for newer services as well
since internal specialization is low and most of the work is outsourced generally. Therefore there is
no substantial substitute to information technology industry from internal perspective, and are
thinner in numbers and significance.
COMPANY ANALYSIS
In company analysis the financial performance of the selected companies are analyzed in order to
analyze the profitability of the firm. An investor should be aware of the financial performance of the
company to know the risk and return associated with particular share. For the purpose of analysis various
ratios such as EPS, Book Value, P/E ratio, Return on equity and Dividend payout ratio are used.
EARNINGS PER SHARE
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Earnings per share is computed by dividing profit after interest and preference dividend by number of
equity shareholders. EPS indicates the earning capacity of the company.
Table 2: Table showing EPS
YEAR WIPRO INFOSYS TCS HCL TECH MINDTREE
2011-2012 23.03 147.51 55.95 53.32 54
2012-2013 30.09 158.76 65.22 85.66 81.66
2013-2014 33 178.39 94.15 45 108.2
2014-2015 33.38 105.91 98.31 45.17 63.84
2015-2016 32.97 68.73 116.13 33.62 36.05
CAGR 7.4 -14.16 15.72 -8.81 -7.76
Source: Secondary data
Table 2 depicts that Wipro and TCS is having a positive CAGR while Infosys, HCL Tech and Mindtree is
having negative CAGR. Positive CAGR reveals increase of EPS over years and Negative CAGR reveals
decrease in EPS over years.
PRICE TO EARNINGS RATIO
The P/E Ratio is a measure of the price paid for share relative to income or profit earned by the firm per
share. A higher P/E ratio means that investors are paying more for unit of income.
Table 3: Table showing P/E ratio
YEAR WIPRO INFOSYS TCS HCL TECH MINDTREE
2011-2012 23.04 19.73 20.87 16.93 4.51
2012-2013 19.06 17.29 24.1 14.98 5.58
2013-2014 18.11 17.87 22.6 8.75 6.09
2014-2015 18.92 20.29 25.91 20.41 10.22
2015-2016 17.18 20.82 21.67 24.26 18.09
CAGR -5.7 1.08 0.75 7.46 32.02
Source: Secondary data
Table 3 shows a positive CAGR in Infosys, TCS, HCL Tech and Mindtree whereas Wipro shows negative
CAGR as its P/E ratio during last five years have a downward trend.
RETURN ON EQUITY
Return on equity is a measure of profitability of company that reveals how profit is generated by the
company with the money shareholders have invested. It is computed by dividing profit after tax with net worth.
Table 4: Table showing Return on equity
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YEAR WIPRO INFOSYS TCS HCL TECH MINDTREE
2011-2012 19.23 28.46 49.62 33.06 25.37
2012-2013 23.31 25.28 44.69 44.81 29.97
2013-2014 25.16 24.21 48.29 47.33 30.66
2014-2015 23.66 25.3 43.05 36.82 29.38
2015-2016 19.79 27.61 43.89 23.5 27.44
CAGR 0.57 -0.60 -2.42 -6.60 1.58
Source: Secondary data
Table 4 depicts that Return on equity of Wipro and Mindtree is moving in positive trend. On the other hand
Infosys, TCS and HCL Tech show a downward trend.
DIVIDEND PAYOUT RATIO
The DPR measures what a company‘s pay out to investors in the form of dividends. It can be calculated by
dividing the annual dividends per share by the Earnings per share. It can be computed by DPS divided by EPS.
Table 5: Table showing Dividend payout ratio
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2012-2013 ϯϬ͘ϱϮ Ϯϲ͘ϰϱ ϯϬ͘ϵ ϭϭ͘ϰ ϭϰ͘ϲϲ
2013-2014 Ϯϲ͘ϳϭ ϯϱ͘ϰϵ ϯϮ͘ϳ ϭϬ͘ϯ Ϯϯ͘Ϭϳ
2014-2015 ϯϲ͘ϭϳ ϰϮ͘Ϭϭ ϳϳ͘ϵ ϭϬ͘ϴ Ϯϲ͘ϲϱ
2015-2016 ϭϴ͘ϯ ϯϱ͘Ϯϴ Ϯϭ͘ϴ ϱϳ͘ϲ Ϯϵ͘ϭϮ
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Source: Secondary data
Table 5 shows dividend payout ratio for last five years, in that Infosys, HCL Tech and Mindtree is providing
shareholders with high dividend whereas Wipro and TCS declined in their dividend payout ratio.
BOOK VALUE
This ratio indicates the share of equity shareholders after the company has paid all its liabilities, creditors,
debenture holders and preference shareholders.
Table 6: Table showing Book Value
YEAR t/WZK /E&K^z^ d^ ,>d, D/EdZ
2011-2012 ϵϵ͘Ϭϱ ϱϭϴ͘ϰϭ ϭϮϲ͘ϰϵ ϵϱ͘Ϯϱ Ϯϯϲ͘ϰϰ
2012-2013 ϵϴ͘ϯϳ ϲϮϴ͘Ϯϭ ϭϲϱ͘ϴϲ ϭϰϲ͘ϴϰ ϯϭϲ͘ϱϱ
2013-2014 ϭϭϵ͘Ϭϰ ϳϯϱ͘ϴϳ ϮϮϰ͘ϵ ϮϮϰ͘ϵϰ ϯϵϯ͘ϱ
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2014-2015 ϭϰϬ͘Ϯϱ ϰϭϴ͘ϳϭ Ϯϵϴ͘ϳϲ ϭϯϴ͘ϬϮ ϮϰϬ͘Ϯϰ
2015-2016 ϭϲϱ͘ϱϳ Ϯϰϴ͘ϵϰ ϯϯϭ͘ϳϭ ϭϱϮ͘ϱ ϭϰϰ
CAGR ϭϬ͘ϴϮ Ͳϭϯ͘ϲϰ Ϯϭ͘Ϯϲ ϵ͘ϴϳ Ͳϵ͘ϰϰ
Source: Secondary data
Table 6 depicts book value where Wipro, TCS and HCL Tech shows a positive CAGR and Mindtree
as well as Infosys is showing a negative CAGR.
VALUATION OF SHARE
Table 7
Source: Secondary data
DECISION
WIPRO: Intrinsic Value > Market Value, it is undervalued, so it is recommended to buy the stock as
value of share may increase in future.
RATIOS WIPRO INFOSYS TCS HCL TEC
H
MINDTRE
E
Average DPR
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0.286 0.342 0.421 0.348 0.335
Average Retention Ratio
(1- DPR)
0.714 0.658 0.579 0.651 0.665
Average ROE
(ROE/ No. of years)
0.237 0.284 0.459 0.371 0.285
Growth in Equity
(Avg. Retention Ratio *Avg. ROE)
0.169 0.186 0.265 0.241 0.189
Normalized Average P/E ratio
( P/E ratio/ No. of years)
19.26 19.2 23.03 17.06 8.89
Projected EPS
(Current EPS * (1 + Growth in equity)
38.34 81.59 146.98 41.67 42.89
Intrinsic Value
(Projected EPS * Normalized Avg.
P
Ratio)
738.42 1566.52 3384.94 710.89 381.29
Market Value(as on 28-Apr-2017) 495.50 921.00 2275.00 816.15 485.95
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INFOSYS: Intrinsic Value > Market Value, it is undervalued, so it is recommended to buy the stock as
value of share may increase in future.
TCS: Intrinsic Value > Market Value, it is undervalued, so it is recommended to buy the stock as value
of share may increase in future.
HCL TECH: Intrinsic Value < Market Value, it is overvalued, so it is recommended to sell the stock as
value of share may fall in future.
MINDTREE: Intrinsic Value < Market Value, it is overvalued, so it is recommended to sell the stock as
value of share may fall in future.
FINDINGS
In concern with EPS, Wipro is maintaining a constant increase whereas Infosys, HCL
Technologies and Mindtree is showing increasing trend initially and then falls down. On the
other hand TCS is showing increasing trend throughout the five years.
In case of Price earnings ratio, Infosys and HCL Technologies are showing decreasing trend in
opening three years and gradually increased in next two years. Wipro showed decreasing trend
whereas TCS is having fluctuating price earnings ratio, but Mindtree is having an increasing
pattern.
Mindtree is having an increasing trend in dividend payout ratio throughout the five year. On the
other hand TCS, Infosys and HCL Technologies showed an increasing trend in initial four years
and finally declined. Wipro have a fluctuating dividend payout ratio
Book value of Wipro is maintaining a consistency with minute increase in each year. HCL
Technologies, Infosys and Mindtree initially showed an increase in the book value and decreased
in last two years. TCS is showing increasing trend throughout the last five years.
TCS is showing decreasing trend in case of Return on equity. Mindtree and Infosys is having
considerable line of consistency during last five years. HCL Technologies and Wipro is showing
increasing trend in initial three years and decreasing trend in last two years.
SUGGESTIONS
It is recommended to buy and hold the shares which are undervalued such as Wipro, TCS,
and Infosys as their share prices have a propensity to raise in the future.
Every investor is recommended to make a thorough analysis of the capital market, about the
company and industry before making any investment decisions.
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It is suggested to sell the overvalued shares such as HCL Technologies and Mindtree as their
shares prices have a tendency to decrease in the future.
Investing in one share alone is not suggested as returns may not be favorable always.
Investing in multiple or diversified shares reduces the risk and provides a stable returns.
CONCLUSION
Information technology sector of India has been significantly contributed to the growth of Indian
economy in terms of gross domestic products, generation of employment and foreign exchange earnings. In
Indian context, IT sector industries are major contributors of GDP of India.
From the study, Wipro, TCS, Infosys is undervalued as its intrinsic value is higher than its market
value and suggested to buy the share since the price of the same may increase in future. In contrast,
Mindtree and HCL Technologies is overvalued as its market value is higher and preferred to sell the share as
the share price may fall.It is recommended to each investor to have IT sector companies in their portfolio
since they are faster growing industry according to Indian context of research. In near future it is expected
that number of investors will be flooding into the capital market that increases the relevance of fundamental
analysis of various sectors. It can be concluded that the Information Technology sector companies are one
most promising platform of investment in capital market and in turns give considerable return for the risk
taken by investors.
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Fundamental Analysis with special reference to pharmaceutical companies listed in NSE
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