Multibagger stock: Vijay Kedia’s share rises from ₹1 lakh to ₹9.44 crore in 20 years

Vijay Kedia Portfolio: The money is not in buying and selling stocks but in waiting. So, if one is investing in stocks, one must have the longest possible vision because stock investing with proper planning gives great returns to its investors. Shares of Cera Sanitaryware are a living example of this. The stock has been in the consolidation phase for the past one year, but it is one of the multibagger stocks that the Indian stock market has produced in recent years. In the last two decades, this part of Vijay Kedia has grown from 10 4,725 level on the BSE, rose 47,150 per cent in the period.

Although multibagger stock Ex-Bonus was formed in September 2010 and the bonus issue was announced in the ratio of 1:1. So, if an investor had invested in this stock 20 years back and has invested in this stock till date, then the actual cost of his share would have become 5 per share (one bonus share for each share of the company after doubling of shareholding) instead of 10 each. Therefore, the actual return on account of the issue of 1:1 bonus shares would have been 94,300 percent (47,150 x 2).

Sera Sanitaryware Share Price History

As mentioned earlier, this stock of Vijay Kedia has been in consolidation phase for the past one year. It has given only 2% return to its shareholders in the last one year, whereas in the last 5 years it has increased by almost from 2,735 4,725 each level, registering an increase of about 75 percent over the period. Over the past 10 years, it has grown from approx. 300 to The level of 4,725 on the BSE, gives a return of around 1,475 per cent to its shareholders over the past decade. Similarly, in the last 15 years, this multibagger stock has grown from approx. 70 to 4,725 levels, an increase of about 6,650 per cent over the past decade and a half. Similarly, over the past two decades, it has grown from multibagger stocks. from 10 4,725 levels each, climbing to the tune of 47,150 percent in this period.

bonus share effect

As the company announced 1:1 bonus shares in September 2010, a shareholder holding one share received an additional bonus share in return. Therefore, one’s shareholding in the company doubles if he had invested in the company before the issue of bonus shares. Therefore, if someone had invested in the stock 15 years ago and it has remained invested in the stock during this period, its purchase price would be reduced. The shareholding doubled to 35 per share due to 1:1 bonus share. So, its actual return over the last 15 years would be 13,300 percent. Similarly if one has invested in stock 20 years back due to issue of bonus shares, then its actual cost will be 5 per share and its actual return over the last two decades would be 94,300 per cent.

impact on investment

If an investor had invested 1 lakh in this stock a year ago, its would have turned into 1 lakh 1.02 lakh today when it would have been 1.75 lakh today. Similarly, if an investor had invested 10 years ago there used to be 1 lakh in this scrip 15.75 lakhs today. Similarly, if an investor had invested 1 lakh in this stock 15 years ago, its would have turned into 1 lakh 1.34 crores.

However, if an investor had invested 1 lakh in this stock 20 years ago, its would have turned into 1 lakh 9.44 crores today.

its shares Vijay Kedia Portfolio The stocks are available for trading on both NSE and BSE. But, earlier it was available only on BSE. It was made available for trading on NSE in November 2007. The current market cap of the stock is Its turnover on the NSE on Friday was 6,144 crores and its turnover was 49,547. As per the company’s shareholding pattern for the April to June 2022 quarter, Vijay Kedia holds 1.02 per cent stake in the company.

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