1 lakh to 1 crore !! Invested in these 5 stocks ? - YP Buzz Finance

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                  Investors are always trying to search for the next big thing in the market. Acquiring shares that can multiply their initial investment costs, often referred to as multi-baggers, is a sacred foundation for many investors. But in order to acquire and retain such shares, one must remember that money is not in buying and selling, but in holding. Well-known billionaire and billionaire Warren Buffett was quoted as saying,

If you don't think about owning a stock for ten years, don't even think about owning it for ten minutes.

                                                                        
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He strongly believes that one should hold the money they have invested for a long time to see the taste of the merger. Over the past decade, the stock market has thrown many opportunities before investors to become millionaires or millionaires. Those who sat firm and held high shares during a difficult time would have benefited greatly from their investment.


Let's take a look at the list of shares that changed ₹ 1 lakh investment into more than cr 1 crore 11 years ago.


1. Avanti Feeds


Avanti Feeds (AFL) has established its presence in the marine agricultural sector by engaging in high-quality shrimp production, running Vannamei hatchery, and processing and exporting shrimp. In April 2010, the number of shares in Avanti Feeds was ₹ 1.6 per share, and currently stocks trading at 2 562. The company has yielded 35,019% returns over the past 11 years.


One lakh planted in 2010 would be ₹ 3.5 crores. Over the past 3 months, the company's shareholding fund has increased by 1.28% to 4.28%, while at the same time the holding of external corporate institutions is almost permanent. Ahead of the financial crisis, Avanti Feed the results of the June 2021 quarter are disappointed with the profit. The increase in the cost of raw materials in the distribution of the shrimp feed supply benefits the company.


By the 2021 fiscal year, the use of shrimp in India has declined compared to last year. Fortunately, without a hitch due to Covid-19's closed closure, the company was able to maintain its market share in the shrimp supply business to 48-50%. Avanti feed is a smallcap company with a market capitalization of ₹ 76.4 bn.


2. Bajaj Finance


Bajaj Finance is heavily involved in the lending business. It has a diversified portfolio of lending to all retail, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as commercial clients with a large presence in urban and rural areas of India. It also accepts public and corporate funding and offers a variety of financial services products to its customers.


The company's price has increased from ₹ 33 per share to 7,508 so far, cutting about 22,652% over the past 11 years. If you had invested ₹ 1 lakh in the company, it would have been cr 2.3 crores in the current estimate. In fact, one year ago, Bajaj Finance offered a 108% return on BSE. The company is growing at a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 61% over the past decade.


In the quarter of June 2021, the company's gross domestic product increased by 4% per annum (YoY). The quality of its assets remains under pressure as non-performing goods (NPAs) and the NPA as a whole rose during the quarter. Bajaj Finance is a large and recently reached ₹ 4 tn in monetization in the market.


3. Atul Limited


Atul is a diverse and integrated Indian chemical company (part of Lalbhai Group, Gujarat). The company's products are used in various industries and come under two categories, biomedical chemicals, and other chemicals, under nine businesses.


Over the past 11 years, the company has offered 10,097% stellar returns. In 2010, the stock price was 1. 91.3. It currently trades at ₹ 9,309 on BSE. If an investor had invested in this counter after the global downturn in 2009 or say about 11 years ago, ₹ 1 lakh would have been around ₹ 1 crore. Over the past decade, the company has grown at a CAGR of 45%.


The domestic chemical industry has long-standing tails such as international companies turning to India to seek raw materials and programs adopted by the government to promote the domestic industry. This will help powerful companies like Atul in the sector to show consistent and profitable growth. The company is a medium-sized company with a market capitalization of ₹ 272.7 bn.


4. PI Industries


PI Industries is a leading player in the agricultural chemical industry with a strong presence in both domestic and export markets. It has state-of-the-art facilities in Gujarat with integrated process integration teams with internal engineering capabilities. The company's shares have returned more than 10,900% in the last 11 years. The share price of PI Industries which stood at ₹ 31 in April 2010 increased to ₹ 3,410 during this period.


₹ 1 lakh investment in this stock in 2010 would now have changed to ₹ 1.1 crores. The past year has been very good for the PI industry as the stock has gained 82%. By comparison, the Sensex benchmark gained 51% last year. Over the past few months, funding and management of external corporate entities have become almost permanent. PI Industries is a large company. Currently, its market stands at ₹ 519 bn.


5. Astral Poly Technik


Astral Poly Technik works in the manufacture of plastic products. The company and its subsidiaries conduct the manufacturing and trading of piping, installation, and adhesive solutions. Astral Poly Technik stock has brought good profits to its investors 11 years ago.


The company's share price moved from ₹ 12.6 in April 2010 to ₹ 2,117 on the BSE. Over the years, it has managed to recover 16,701%. The investment of ₹ 1 lakh in stock at Astral Poly Technik 2010, would return ₹ 1,7 crore today. Over the past 5 years, the company's share has increased from 5.1% to 6.39%.


Earlier in the financial year, Astral Poly posted a total profit of ₹ 739 m for the period ended 30 June 2021, an increase of 271.4%.


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