5 Year Nifty Performance

 

by Rajat Sharma | May 04, 2016

The table below showcases 5 year Nifty performance.

Note: This is based on the current constituent companies of the Nifty.

Nifty Performance

Let me rearrange the above chart in descending order of returns. The results do tell a story:

Nifty highest returns

Interesting Facts:

  1. 39 of the 50 Stocks have risen over the past 5 year period.
  2. During the same period the benchmark Nifty appreciated by 31.4%.
  3. Sectors that performed well – Private banking, IT, Automobiles and Pharmaceuticals.
  4. Under-performance – Oil & Gas (keep in mind that Cairn India was part of the Nifty until a few months back), Metals, Infrastructure and Power.
  5. The top 30 companies in the chart above have each grown at a CAGR of 10%+. Making stocks of each of these companies the best available investment avenues in hindsight (i.e. 5 years back).
  6. Based on previous track record of the Nifty: watch out for stocks in the infrastructure, oil & gas, metals and power space over the next 5 year period.

 


Here’s a table on the performance of Nifty stocks of April 2011. 14 companies marked in Grey got removed from the CNX Nifty basket over the past 5 years – i.e. between April 2011 to now. 12 of these 14 companies are in deep red, 1 got merged.

nifty 50 companies 2011

Visit here for sector wise weightage of the constituents of the Nifty 50

Nifty 50 Companies – List & Sector-wise Weightage

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4 Comments

  1. y patel

    sir r u adjust the bonus split dv/right etc in the price? in this article

    Reply
    • Rajat Sharma

      Yes.

      Reply
  2. Pradeep

    Nice & informative Article…Awesome Rajat

    Reply
    • Rajat Sharma

      Thanks Pradeep

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