Top 5 Successful Stock Market Investors
Bimal Institute Today we are going to read about top 5 successful stock market investor. They invested their money in stock and turn their capital in multiple times.
This article will tell you about best investors of India and introduce them to you.
The question might be arising in our mind that who is investor?
Investor is an individual who invest their capital in share market in expectations of future return. An investment can be done in Equity, Derivatives, Commodity and forex or Debt.
5.Vijay Kedia - Market Master
As per the latest corporate shareholdings filed, Vijay Kedia publicly holds 14 stocks with a net worth of over Rs. 381.8 Cr.
Dr. Vijay Kedia is an Indian investor trader based out of Mumbai. He is involved in the market since he was 19. Kedia and his company - Kedia Securities Pvt. Ltd., is the largest shareholder (after the promoter) in several listed companies. Kedia was a keynote speaker at IIM Ahmedabad & IIM Bangalore He has also delivered a speech at the Bombay Stock Exchange. He has also spoken at TEDx Amritsar He was invited to speak at London Business School.
He strictly adheres to SMILE as a principle in investing; which translates into Small in size, Medium in experience, large in aspiration and Extra-large in market potential. On his investment strategy, Kedia said: "One should scout for companies which have good management.
"Invest like a bull, sit like a bear and watch like an eagle".
4. Raamdeo Agrawal
According to Forbes he had a net worth of $1 billion in 2018 but dropped off their list of billionaires in 2019.
Raamdeo Agrawal is an Indian businessman, stock market investor and joint managing director of Motilal Oswal Group which he co-founded in 1987.
Agrawal pursued chartered accountancy in Mumbai and began his career as a sub-broker in 1987. He co-founded Motilal Oswal Financial Services and his family today owns about 36% of the company. In 1986, he wrote the book Corporate Numbers Game, along with co-author Ram K Piparia. He also authored the book The Art of Wealth Creation. Agrawal was awarded the Rashtriya Samman Patra by Central Board of Direct Taxes for a consistent track record of highest integrity in tax payments for a period of 5 years from FY95-FY99.
3. Porinju Veliyath.
As per corporate shareholdings filed for March 31, 2019, Porinju veliyath publicly holds 10 stocks with a net worth of over Rs. 15.1 Cr.
Porinju Veliyath is Founder of Equity Intelligence. He is a Value Investor, Organic Farmer & Fund Manager.
Veliyath started his career in Mumbai as a floor trader with Kotak Securities in 1990. Later he joined Parag Parikh Securities in 1994 where he worked as research analyst and fund manager until 1999, when he moved back to Kochi. In 2002 he founded Equity Intelligence, a fund management firm focused on Value Investing in Indian Equites.
"one only needs common sense to make money in stocks".
2. Radhakishan Damani
- Net worth- US$15 billion (September 2020) 10,98,83,25,00,000.00 INR.
- As of February 2020, Damani is the second richest person in India.
- Known for founder of DMart.
Damani was reportedly the largest individual shareholder of HDFC Bank after it went public in 1995. He quit stock market in 2000 to start his own hypermarket chain, DMart, setting up the first store in Powai in 2002. The chain had 25 stores in 2010, post-which the company grew rapidly and went public in 2017. As of 21 November 2019, the market capitalization of DMart is close to ₹114,000 crore, making it the 33rd largest company listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Mr. Damani's Investment Philosophy was based on the simple underlying principle of buying quality stocks at a discounted price and holding them for the long term. He believed in buying stocks that haven't been stretched in price and hence have the potential to earn big.
"Keep an eye on the long term".
- Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
The investor at top of our list is Indian warren buffet and the Indian bull mr. rakesh jhunjhunwala.
- Asset:- $2.5 billion (182,974,000,000 INR) as of 09 September 2020.
- He is the 48th richest person in India.
He grew up in Mumbai, where his father worked as an income tax officer. He graduated from Sydenham College and thereafter enrolled at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He is an Indian businessman and investor. He manages his own portfolio.
Rakesh Jhnunjhunwala stock picking strategy is influenced by George Soros trading strategies and Marc Faber's analysis of economic history. He endorses the rule, “the trend is your friend.” His investment philosophy says “Buy right and hold tight”.
Quote "Invest in a business not a company".
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