Dolly Khanna exits multibagger stock that rose 113% in one year, surged over 1100% two years

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Dolly Khanna Portfolio: Ace investor Dolly Khanna has exited from a multibagger stock which surged over 100% in the past one year and more than 1100% in the last two years as on July 26. The stock of the company, catering to household appliances segment, has also risen by more than 45% in the past one month.  

As per the latest corporate filings of Butterfly Gandhimathi Appliances, the name of the celebrity investor was missing from the June quarter shareholdings of the company.  

Dolly Khanna held 3,20,292 shares or 1.79% stake in the household appliance company in the quarter ended on March ’22, as per shareholdings of Butterfly Gandhimathi Appliances on the BSE.  

The Chennai-based investor, who is known for picking lesser-known stocks, holds 26 stocks in the quarter ended on June 30, 2022. The net worth of these stocks has been pegged at a little over Rs557.1 crore as on July 26, according to stock analysis platform trendlyne.com.  

Earlier, Celebrity investor Dolly Khanna has six new stocks to her portfolio in the April-June quarter, as per shareholdings of these companies on the BSE. The new stocks added by Chennai-based investors were—Zuari Industries, Monte Carlo Fashions, Suryoday Small Finance Bank, Chennai Petroleum Corporation, Manali Petrochemicals and National Oxygen.  

Dolly Khanna bought 348,622 shares or 1.2% stake in the company catering sugar segment in the quarter ending June ’22.  Likewise, the ace investor bought 12,27,986 shares or 1.16 stake in Suryoday Small Finance Bank Ltd in the same quarter, while she also added 3,69,032 shares or 1.78% stake in Monte Carlo Fashions, as per the BSE June shareholdings of the two companies.   

The investor also added Chennai Petroleum Corporation (4,869,474 shares or 3.3% stake), Manali Petrochemicals (1,878,084 shares or 1.1% stake) and National Oxygen (51,784 shares or 1.1%) in the same quarter. 

On Monday, shares closed with nearly one per cent gain to Rs 1594.95 per share amid market volatility. As on July 22, the stock has gained more than 113% in the last one-year and 1139% in the past two years on the NSE, as per technical data of the scrip.