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How I picked my first multibagger stock ?

Disclaimer :-  This is not stock recommendation. Do your own research before buying or selling any stock. During my college days one of my roommate bought microwave oven and with this he got  very simple small corrugated box with brand name printed over it. When we unboxed, inside of it was a very simple but quit heavy glass bowl. It was simple, unattractive but quality product. This was the first impression of the company and its product. My roommates were busy in checking the oven and between this I was resting on bed with laptop on my lap checking financial status of the company. And whatever I saw, I started salivating.  Company name was " Borosil Renewables Ltd ". Company founded in 1962 was totally debt free and company reserve was more than its liabilities, from last ten years constantly growing its fixed asset and from last four years company was profitable. Company was working in two different industries, first solar glass manufacturing and second Lab equipment manuf


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