Diwali to Diwali Return: There has been quite a stir in the stock market from Diwali to Diwali last year. Meanwhile, amidst the ups and downs, the Sensex has given investors around 10 per cent returns. Since October 27 last year, Diwali has had a spectacular rally and in January 2020 the Sensex and Nifty set record highs. But due to Corona virus pandemic in March, the market came to its low of several months. The market bounced back strongly amidst the corona virus epidemic and set a record high once again this Diwali. During this period, there are many stocks in the last 1 year, which increased the wealth of investors by 1264 percent.
Market moves since Diwali
Since October 27 last year, the Sensex has received more than 10 per cent returns so far. The Sensex was at 39250 levels on 27 October 2019. It closed at a level of 43,277.65 on November 10, 2020 with a gain of 10 per cent. During this time, the BSE Smallcap index has been the fastest.
The Smallcap index rose from the level of 13310 to the level of 15232, which means it was up 14 per cent. At the same time, the midcap index was up 7 percent and rose from the level of 14441 to 15544 level. Talking about the broad market, the BSE 500 has yielded more than 8 per cent. The index rose from 15048 to 16302.
There was a lot of stir this year
Talking about Samvat 2076, the market has seen a lot of ups and downs since January. In January, the Sensex and the Nifty made high, but on March 24, the Sensex fell to the lower levels of 25638.9 and the Nifty 7511. At the same time, on November 9, 200 days after the old high, the Sensex and Nifty again set record highs. On November 10, the Sensex touched a fresh high of 43316 and the Nifty 12644.
Diwali to Diwali: Investors earned 17 lakh crores
Talking about till now from October 27, 2019, the wealth of investors has increased by about 17 lakh crores. On October 27, the market cap of listed companies on the BSE was Rs 1,49,31,338.13 crore. At the same time, the market cap of BSE listed companies reached close to Rs 1,66,29,176.75 crore on 10 November. That is, the wealth of investors has increased by about 17 lakh crore rupees since Diwali.
These shares have contributed
Alok Industries: 1264 percent
Adani Green: 886 percent
Dixon Technology: 264 percent
Laurus Lab: 255 percent
Alkyl amines: 224 percent
Granules India: 209 percent
New Fluorine: 189%
Indiamart intermission: 184 percent
Tata Communications: 184 percent
Birla Soft: 180%
The most damage done here
Future Retail: -81%
Arvind Fashion: -71 percent
GE Power India: -66%
Raymond: -65 percent
Omex: -63 percent
Sterling & Wilson: -59%
Chalet Hotel: -56%
Mahindra & Mahindra Financial: -55%
General Insurance: -55%
PC Jewelers: -55%
(Note: We have given the performance of the shares here for the last 1 year.)