Here’s a brainteaser for you… what do the following have in common?
A financial services company in Mumbai…
A technology company in Bangalore…
A metals company in Kolkata…
A power plant in New Delhi…
And a wind energy company in Chennai.
Have you guessed it?
If you’re saying, “They’re all in India,” you’re only HALF right.
Yes, all those companies are located in India’s various metropolises, but they’re also all subsidiaries of one, global engineering and infrastructure giant.
And, it just so happens, Boom & Bust subscribers already own shares of this urbanization-driven cash cow. It’s a good thing too. Take a look at how these shares have done since I recommended buying in May of last year:
In this time, we’ve collected $3.89/share in dividends and can boast of gains of more than 26%.
Keep in mind… this is all before the India infrastructure boom we see gaining speed during the next updraft. I’m sure you can imagine just how strong this stock will be once the full potential of India’s demographics- and urbanization-led demand is realized.
Infrastructure is a particularly profitable space, mainly because there is a higher barrier of entry and limited competition amongst the handful of firms who have the experience and technical know-how to complete such complex jobs. This leads to strong pricing power and fat profit margins for the industry’s market leaders.
The infrastructure trend is a topic we cover in great detail for Boom & Bust subscriber. I encourage you consider joining us for that analysis and commentary. You can start here.