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Consistent Large cap Performer Stocks of last 3 Years

Consistent Large cap Performer Stocks of last 3 Years

Thursday January 17, 2019,

3 min Read

Biocon Limited is India’s largest and fully-integrated, innovation-led biopharmaceutical company. It is near to debt free company with very good fundamentals. Its Market cap is near 36,000 crores, below are the stock returns of Biocon.

JSW Steel

JSW Steel is next consistent performer stock. JSW Steel the flagship company of the JSW Group, the Company is engaged in the business of production and distribution of iron and steel products. Its segments include Steel; Power (used mainly for captive consumption), and Others, which includes cement, mining and construction activities. Its Market cap is near 81,000 crores, below are the stock returns of JSW Steel.


Havells India Ltd is a leading fast moving electrical goods company with presence across India. The Company is engaged in manufacturing of Switchgears, Cable, Lighting and Fixtures, and Electric Consumer Durables. The Company operates through four segments: Switchgears, Lighting and fixtures, Cables and Electrical Consumer Durables. It is near to debt free company with very good fundamentals. Its Market cap is near 37,000 crores, below are the stock returns of Havells.


Reliance Industries is India’s largest private sector company on all major financial parameters. In 2004, Reliance Industries (RIL) became the first Indian private sector organisation to be listed in the Fortune Global 500 list. Reliance Industries Limited is engaged in refining, including manufacturing of refined petroleum products, and petrochemicals, including manufacturing of basic chemicals, fertilizers and nitrogen compounds, plastic and synthetic rubber in primary forms. Its Market cap is near 6,62,000 crores, below are the stock returns of Reliance.

What should investors do?

An investor may consider investing in such best stocks to buy for long-term perspective. Such stocks means large cap stocks with good brand image, low debts, good fundamentals and high market share in their products or services.

These stocks should be bought on corrections. Here we have just shown there performance of last 3 years before that these stocks corrected and consolidated for many years. But these are safest stocks in Indian Stock Market so even though they correct but they bounce back. These stocks if seen on the long term basis generally gives nearly average returns of 10% or so but if bought on undervaluation has the potential to give rise of 100% within 2-3 years.

Stock Market and stocks moves in cycle, they make new highs and then again retraces back small or large but when they gets fairly or undervalued then smart people with big pockets like FIIS, Mutual Funds, big shot successful investors enter on those levels, so those prices don’t sustain for long and price shoots up.

That is the time to enter such stocks and then enjoy the rallies as shown in above real case studies.

Warren Buffet and many other successful investors work on the concept of Margin of safety , Margin of safety= Intrinsic Value – Market Price , higher the margin of safety the more alluring the deal is these stocks are Value Pick Stocks. Successful Investors always remain in hunt of such types of stocks to make big wealth from stock market an hold it for long term to get the benefit of compounding.