Avanti Feeds, 8K Miles Software Services, Arrow Greentech are stocks which soared 7,535 per cent, 5,336 per cent and 5,264 per cent, respectively. (Photo: PTI)
Cherry picking at the right time can help you to get handsome return from the stock markets. Consider this: a textile company Indo Count Industries shares soared 8,251 per cent, or 83.51 times, to Rs 986.30 (on July 5, 2016) in the past five years. The scrip was at Rs 83.51 on the same day five years ago. The figure shows an investment of Rs 100,000 in Indo Count Industries five years ago is now at Rs 83,51,000.
This is not the only stocks which multiplied investors wealth many times. In the BSE, there are 65 stocks which jumped over 10 times in the past five years.
Avanti Feeds, 8K Miles Software Services, Arrow Greentech are other stocks which soared 7,535 per cent, 5,336 per cent and 5,264 per cent, respectively.
Sector-wise, there are four stocks from auto and auto ancillary space which surged over 1,000 per cent during July 2011-2016. The list includes Sundaram-Clayton (up 1,319 per cent), JMT Auto (up 1040 per cent), Eicher Motors (up 1395 per cent) and Atul Auto (up 1382 per cent).
Pharmaceutical & Drugs companies such as Caplin Point Labs, Ajanta Pharma, NGL Fine-Chem, Marksans Pharma, Granules India, Mangalam Drugs and Natco Pharma soared between 987 per cent to 4,907 per cent.
In the shipping space, Shreyas Shipping & Logistics is the only company which soared over 1,000 per cent in the past five years. The share price of the company soared from Rs 30.65 on July 5, 2011 to Rs 430.45 on July 5, 2015.
On the other hand, benchmark index BSE Sensex jumped 43.82 per cent during the same period. Among the sectoral indices on the BSE, Healthcare index rallied 146 per cent in the past five years, followed by Auto (120 per cent), FMCG (113 per cent), IT (80.73 per cent), Consumer Durables (78.43 per cent).
On the other hand, BSE Metal index, Realty and Power index slipped 42 per cent, 26 per cent and 23 per cent during the period under review and remained only sectoral indices in BSE.