Individuals participate in the stock market in order to outperform inflation and achieve their financial objectives. Depending on the risk and reward, an investor can invest his money in a variety of ways. Good large-cap equities should return around 15-18 percent each year over a 10-year time horizon, according to experts. The invested capital can rise five times in ten years at this pace of growth. Certain equities have a track record of outperforming the market during periods of rising inflation, and they may be doing so again this year. Here are some equities that returned above 500 percent in the previous year, but we will have to wait and see how they perform this year.
These 5 Stocks Have Rallied Over 500% In The Past One Year
|Company||1 Year Return (June 21)||YTD|
Market Cap: 10.71TCr
CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd., founded in 1937, is a Small Cap business in the Electric/Electronics sector with a market cap of Rs 10,877.92 Crore. In the previous year, CG Power & Industrial Solutions' stock has returned more than 1200 percent to its stockholders. On June 3, 2020, the stock was trading at Rs 6.3. It has risen to Rs 87.30 today, representing a gain of 1285 percent over the last 12 months. In comparison, Sensex increased by 53% in a year. The stock returned 47.95 percent over the course of three years, compared to 42.83 percent for the Nifty Midcap 100.
Market Cap: 466.29Cr
Venus Remedies Ltd., founded in 1989, is a Small Cap business in the Pharmaceuticals sector with a market capitalization of Rs 455.75 crore. Over a three-year period, the stock had a return of 508.84 percent, compared to 51.1 percent for Nifty Pharma. In comparison to the Nifty Smallcap 100, which returned 27.65% over three years, the stock returned 508.84 percent. Note that Company has reported a negative ROE for 3 consecutive years.
Market Cap: 4.66TCr
The stock returned 281.48 percent over three years, compared to 27.65 percent for the Nifty Smallcap 100. Saregama India Ltd., founded in 1946, is a Small Cap company in the Media & Entertainment industry with a market capitalization of Rs 4,357.61 crore. License Fees, Media Products, Films/TV Serials, and Other Operating Revenue are among Saregama India Ltd.'s primary products/revenue segments for the fiscal year ending 31-Mar-2020.
Market Cap: 3.27TCr
Jaiprakash Associates Ltd., founded in 1995, is a Small Cap business in the Diversified sector with a market capitalization of Rs 3,654.14 crore. The company gets income From Construction Work, Cement, Income From Real Estate Development, Service (Hotel), Power, Sale of Services, Other Operating Revenue, Fabrication, Scrap, and Manpower Supply are some of Jaiprakash Associates Ltd.'s core products/revenue segments.
Market Cap: 11.31TCr
Magma Fincorp Ltd., founded in 1978, is a Small Cap business in the NBFC sector with a market capitalization of Rs 11,824.00 crore. Interest, Fees & Commission Income, Income From Financial Services, and Lease Rentals are some of Magma Fincorp Ltd.'s primary products/revenue segments. In comparison to the Nifty Midcap 100, which returned 42.83 percent over three years, the stock returned -10.19 percent. In the past year, the stock has given returns over 500% on June 21.
A market index measures the performance of a set of stocks that can reflect the entire market or a specific market sector, such as technology or retail. Earnings are significant, but they don't reveal much on their own. Returns alone do not reveal how the stock is valued in the market. To get a sense of how the stock is priced, you'll need to use additional fundamental analytical methods. Most of these ratios may be found pre-filled on finance websites, but they aren't difficult to compute on your own. If you want to give it a shot, keep in mind that some of the most popular fundamental research tools are focused on earnings, growth, and market value.
Please keep in mind that past results may not be indicative of future outcomes. There can be no promise that the future performance of any specific investment, investment strategy, or product mentioned directly or indirectly in this article will be profitable, equal to any comparable indicated historical performance level(s), or be suitable for your portfolio.