Why did FII rise by 12% in the June quarter alone and then decline by 2% in September is a sensible question? If Vika’s life wasn’t as good as Vika’s ecotech, it would be better if they reduced 12% of their stock rather than 2%.
If Vikas Ecotech is such an excellent investment, why aren’t FII invested in it instead of Vikas Life?
When compared to Vikas life, why has vikas ecotech’s promoter been cut by more than 3% but not more than 6.5%? By selling vikas life, a better promoter can increase their holdings in vikas ecotech over their current holdings. If vikas ecotech is such a better stock than vikas life, why isn’t the promoter selling more of it?
If vikas ecotech is successful, promoters and FIIs could decrease their holdings in vikas life while simultaneously increasing their holdings in vikas ecotech. However, it appears that the promoters’ holdings in vikas life have not decreased as much as those in vikas ecotech, and the FIIs have invested 9% in vikas life rather than vikas ecotech.
Therefore, all of these signs indicate that Vikas Life has more fundamental values than Vikas Ecotech.