10 Best Stocks With Over 1000% Returns: Over the last few years, India has witnessed a remarkable transformation in its economic landscape under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His government’s pro-business policies, regulatory reforms, and commitment to bolstering the nation’s financial markets have generated a surge in investor interest and confidence.

As a result, the Indian stock market has seen significant growth, and a handful of savvy investors have reaped astonishing rewards. 

In this article, we delve into the 10 Best Stocks With Over 1000% Returns during the Modi government’s tenure of June 2019 to Present – October 2023:

10 Best Stocks With Over 1000% Returns

1. Lloyds Engineering Works

Lloyds Engineering Works was founded in 1974, and its main business activities include designing, manufacturing, and commissioning heavy machinery and equipment for the hydrocarbon industry, oil and gas, steel plants, power plants, nuclear plant boilers, and turnkey projects. 

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The company has returned 7708% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 0.60 to Rs. 46.85. Additionally, the stock has returned 286% in the last 1 year period and 3760% in the last 5-year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 524% YoY, from Rs. 50 crore to Rs. 313 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 519% YoY from Rs. 6 crore to Rs. 37 crore. Net margins during the period contracted 10 bps. 

2. PG Electroplast

The PG Group’s flagship business is PG Electroplast Limited (PGEL). which was formally established in 2003 and is now a premier, diversified provider of Indian electronic manufacturing services. Original Design Manufacturing (ODM), Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM), and Plastic Injection Molding are its main areas of expertise, serving more than 50 top Indian and international brands.

The company has returned 2684% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 69.85 to Rs. 1,944.90. Additionally, the stock has returned 89% in the last 1-year period and 1507% in the last 5-year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 94% YoY, from Rs. 1112 crore to Rs. 2160 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 107% YoY from Rs. 37 crore to Rs. 77 crore. Net margins during the period expanded by 20 bps. 

3. Lloyds Enterprises

Lloyds Enterprises is engaged in the business of trading steel products. Its products include hot rolled (HR) coils/ cold rolled steel sheet mild steel (MS) channel/ MS angle and hot rolled plate/ MS beam. The name of the company has been changed from Shree Global Tradefin Ltd to Lloyds Enterprises Limited with effect from 6th September 2023.

The company has returned 2522% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 1.75 to Rs. 45.89. Additionally, the stock has returned 811% in the last 1 year period and 3186% in the last 5-year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 695% YoY, from Rs. 48 crore to Rs. 380 crore. Further, Net Profits saw a degrowth of 68% YoY from Rs. 151 crore to Rs. 49 crore. Net margins during the period contracted by 31,200 bps. 

4. Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) 

Tata Teleservices Ltd. specializes in the provision of a range of wireline voice, data, and managed telecom services. The company holds a Unified License with Access Service Authorisation in Maharashtra and Goa as well as in the Internet Service Provider Category.

The company has returned 2365% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 3.91 to Rs. 96.40. Additionally, the stock has returned 2412% in the last 5 year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 1% YoY, from Rs. 1094 crore to Rs. 1106 crore. Further, their Net losses declined from Rs. -1215 crore in FY22 to Rs.  -1145 crore in FY23. 

5. Jai Balaji Industries

Since its incorporation in 1999, Jai Balaji Industries Limited has produced a wide range of value-added iron and steel products, such as DRI (Sponge iron), Pig iron, Ferro Alloys, Alloy and Mild Steel Billets, Reinforcement Steel TMT Bars, Wire Rods, Ductile Iron Pipes, and Alloy and Mild Steel Heavy Rounds.

The company has returned 1824% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 30.70 to Rs. 590.50. Additionally, the stock has returned 1290% in the last 1-year period and 3142% in the last 5-year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 31% YoY, from Rs. 4693 crore to Rs. 6125 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 20% YoY from Rs. 48 crore to Rs. 58 crore. Net margins during the period contracted 8 bps. 

6. Elecon Engineering Company

Elecon Engineering Company Ltd., founded in 1960, has acquired the Benzlers- Radicon Group, a part of the David Brown Gear Systems, and is now engaged in the design and production of Material Handling Equipment and Aircraft carriers. With a 36% market share for industrial gear in India, it is one of the biggest manufacturers of industrial gear in Asia.

The company has returned 1429% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 53.15 to Rs. 812.80. Additionally, the stock has returned 150% in the last 1 year period and 1539% in the last 5 year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 26% YoY, from Rs. 1212 crore to Rs. 1530 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 69% YoY from Rs. 140 crore to Rs. 237 crore. Net margins during the period expanded 400 bps. 

7. The Fertilizers And Chemicals Travancore

The first large-scale fertilizer plant in India is located at Udyogamandal, Kochi, Kerala. It was founded in the year 1943 and is known as The Fertilizers & Chemicals Travancore Ltd (FACT). The business produces and markets fertilizers, as well as fertilizer byproducts and caprolactam. The Department of Fertilizers, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India, is in charge of its administrative management.

The company has returned 2,200% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 32 to Rs. 657.80. Additionally, the stock has returned 379% in the last 1 year period and 1,853% in the last 5 year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 40% YoY, from Rs. 4425 crore to Rs. 6198 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 77% YoY from Rs. 346 crore to Rs. 613 crore. Net margins during the period expanded 200  bps. 

8. Tilaknagar Industries

Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) manufacturing and sales are the main businesses of Tilaknagar Industries. Over 15 different brands of brandy, whisky, gin, rum, and vodka are offered by the company. These brands focus more on premium and high-margin brands while serving a variety of consumer types. Mansion House Brandy, Courrier Napoleon Brandy, Madiraa, Mansion House Whisky, and Senate Royale Whisky are a few of its brands.

The company has returned 1400% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 14 to Rs. 217.30. Additionally, the stock has returned 125% in the last 1 year period and 1327% in the last 5 year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 49% YoY, from Rs. 738 crore to Rs. 1164 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 232% YoY from Rs. 45 crore to Rs. 150 crore. Net margins during the period expanded 710 bps. 

9. Gravita India

Gravita India Ltd., one of India’s top lead producers, was founded in 1992. The company’s operations are divided into four specialized verticals: Turnkey projects, Aluminum recycling, Plastic recycling, and Lead recycling (flagship); as well as recycling used batteries, cable scrap and other lead scrap, aluminum scrap, plastic scrap, etc., 

The company has returned 1298% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 70.30 to Rs. 983.00. Additionally, the stock has returned 164% in the last 1 year period and 1192% in the last 5 year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 26% YoY, from Rs. 2216 crore to Rs. 2801 crore. Further, Net Profits saw growth of 44% YoY from Rs. 139 crore to Rs. 201 crore. Net margins during the period expanded 60 bps. 

10. JBM Auto

JBM Auto Ltd., an auto ancillary company founded in 1983, produces and sells sheet metal components, tools, dies & molds, and buses, as well as business spare parts, accessories, and maintenance contracts. Ashok Leyland, Daimler, Nissan, Renault, FCA, Ford, Toyota, Volvo, Volkswagen, Tata, Honda, Escorts, Mahindra, Honda, Force, and others are some of the company’s major customers. 

The company has returned 1160% since the Prime Minister was Elected; going from Rs. 99.00 to Rs.1,247.50. Additionally, the stock has returned 198% in the last 1-year period and 1033% in the last 5-year period.

In FY23, the company’s revenue grew 21% YoY, from Rs. 3193 crore to Rs. 3857 crore. Further, Net Profits saw a degrowth of 20% YoY from Rs. 156 crore to Rs. 124 crore. Net margins during the period contracted 175 bps. 

Conclusion

As we wrap up our article, we’ve looked into the 10 Best Stocks With Over 1000% Returns. Be sure to do your own due diligence on the companies before investing to make sure it is suitable for your objectives and risk appetite. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on this subject in the comments below.

Written by Sandeep R

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