3.5 Cr from 1 lakh of investment !! Know how ? - YP Buzz

 YP Buzz - 

                              After a major hit during the first wave of Coronavirus in 2020, the Indian stock market returned sharply from July onwards and regained its lost position, and raised new value. As a result of this market return, the year 2021 has been able to witness a large number of multi-bagger shares. However, there are some stocks that have remained a favorite bull for decades. Bajaj Finance is one such stock, rising from ₹ 17.64 per stock level to 6,177.05 per stock so far - cutting about 349 percent over the past 12 years.

Stock Market

The Bajaj Finance allocation was calculated on the NSE on 5 July 2002 and closed at Rs. 5.75 on that day. Financial stocks have been providing a good return to shareholders as the stock rose to Rs.45 levels in 2008 when the problem of subprime loans reached global markets including India. However, after the market stabilized, the stock of Bajaj group began to weigh again and again 12 years ago, the stock rose from ₹ 17.64 per stock to 6,177.05 - about 350 times its stock price in 12 years ago. Over the past 5 years, the stock price of Bajaj Finance has given back more than 495 percent returns, and last year; its yield is close to 95 percent. Similarly, over the past six months, the stock has yielded more than 25 percent of its shareholders.

Considering Bajaj Finance's history, if an investor had invested ₹ 1 lakh on this counter in the past six months and had been investing all the time, his  1 lakh would have been close to 1.25 lakh in the last six months. Similarly, if an investor had invested ₹ 1 lakh on this counter in the past year, its ₹ 1 lakh would have been around ₹ 1.95 lakh. However, if an investor had invested in this counter after the global downturn in 2009 or as much as 12 years ago, ₹ 1 lakh of it would have been around ₹ 3.5 crores as the stock price of Bajaj Finance has been 350 times its value in this country. time.

This increase in investment includes income from rising stock prices only. Apart from this, there is also a shared allotment, which the company announces when announcing the quarterly results.

Thanks & Regards 

 YP Buzz

Post a Comment