In stock markets, money chases growth.
However, profitless growth is worthless.
It’s noteworthy that not only growth that matters, but the quality of growth matters too.
Any sector or a company that grows at a brisk pace consistently (by taking only calculated risks) and translates that in a higher bottom line becomes investors’ darling.
No wonder, select private sector banks have a big fan-following on Dalal Street.
If you are looking for a bank that’s expected to grow by leaps and bounds, RBL Bank is a place to be.
RBL Bank, despite being a small private sector bank, has been making its presence felt— thanks to its foresightedness and aggressive business expansion.
It’s relying on technological disruptions to stay at the forefront of competition posed by traditional banks.
We expect the loan book of RBL Bank to grow at 32% compounded annualised rate and scale to Rs 1,20,584 crore by FY 2021-22. This growth is expected to be spearheaded by the high ROA (Return-on-Asset) potential credit card lending and the micro-finance book.
While both these segments are fraught with risk, RBL Bank is relying extensively on data analytics and multi-pronged stratification to mitigate the same. Both these portfolios have a negative correlation. Hence, in our view, the impact on asset quality is likely to reduce.
In the traditional banking verticals viz. corporate and retail banking the product profile continues to follow risk- averse prudent lending norms with respect to the corporate rating and collateralised offerings for the retail segment.
We believe the Net Interest Income (NIM) will grow at 30% compounded annualised rate.
At Rs 607 (closing price as on March 05, 2019), the stock is available at the Price-adjusted book value multiple of 2.8X and thus looks attractive.
On weekly charts, RBL Bank has closed above important moving averages of 10-week, 30-week and 60-week. Moreover, Moving Average Convergence and Divergence (MACD) and Relative Strength Index (RSI) also hint at the bullishness of investors.
(Source: Ventura Securities)
In a nutshell
At a time when, the market is jittery, staying with high-growth stocks such as RBL Bank might help you provide essential props to your portfolio.
PS: we recently released a report on RBL Bank reaffirming our view. You can access the full report here!
PS: PS: To know more about technical indicators, read some of our older posts
MACD Generates entry and exit signals for stock traders (we had discussed RBL Bank in this post as well)
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