List Of Stocks Which Increases The Returns Of Investors in 2021

This year i.e. in 2021, investors have made a lot of money from the stock market. Since January 1, the Sensex has given 19 percent and Nifty has given a great return of 21 percent. Not only largecap, midcap and smallcap stocks have also performed well. The BSE Midcap index has seen a rise of 36 per cent so far this year, while the Smallcap index has gained about 57 per cent. On the other hand, the broader market BSE500 has gained 27 percent. The stocks of IT, Metal, Realty, Power and Banking sector have seen good gains. Talking about different segments during this period, investors got returns up to 2800 percent in stocks.    

Rise in 384 shares of BSE500

The performance of the market this year can be estimated from the fact that 384 shares of BSE500 have given positive returns to the investors. On the other hand, 37 stocks of Nifty 50 have gained, while 22 stocks of Sensex 30 have got positive returns. This year BSE IT index has gained 52 percent, PSU Bank index 42 percent, Metal index 62 percent, Realty index 52 percent, Power index about 70 percent and Consumer Goods has about 50 percent.

Highest Returning Stocks from the Broader Market

Trident: 425%

Adani Total Gas: 354%

JSW Energy: 326%

Gujarat Fluoroch: 298%

Happiest Minds: 270.00%

KPIT Technologi.: 269%

K P R Mill: 249%

Angel One: 243%

Balaji Amines: 239%

Indian Energy Ex: 233%

Top Performers of NIFTY 50

Tata Motors: 153%

Hindalco Inds.: 89%

Wipro: 79%

Bajaj Finserv: 78%

Tech Mahindra: 75%

Top Midcap Performer  

RattanIndia Ent: 615%

Saregama India: 502%

Olectra Greentec: 479%

Poonawalla Fin: 396%

JBM Auto: 284%

Top Smallcap Performer

Brightcom Group: 2804%

Mukand: 2050%

Tata Tele. Mah.: 1936%

GRM Overseas: 1363%

Aurum Proptech: 960%

(Source: BSE, NSE)

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