5 Consistent Performer Stocks of last 5 years (2014-2019)

Consistent performer stocks are stocks that gave consistent performance irrespective of stock market conditions. These types of stocks are best bets for the long term as they are resilient to changing economic conditions. As we all know stock market go through four different phases. These phases are expansion, peak, recession and recovery. They are cyclical in nature. Most of the stocks are likely to get affected with change in the market cycle. However, few stocks are non-cyclical or stable stocks. These type of stocks will perform in almost every market conditions. I call these types of stock as consistent performer stocks.

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In this post, I will share 5 Consistent Performer Stocks of last 5 years 2014 to 2019. In order to identify these type of stocks I have done deep study and analyze historical performance of many stocks. I used BSE website to dig out stocks that have given consistent performance in the last five financial years.

5 Consistent Performer Stocks of last 5 years (2014-2019)

Consistent Performer Stocks

Bajaj Finance

Bajaj Finance is a leading finance company engaged in the business of financing two wheelers, three wheelers and consumer durable. Bajaj Finance also offers personal loan, loan against securities etc. The valuation of Bajaj Finance at the current level is at the higher side. However, the company has delivered good consistent profit growth of 34.95% over 5 years. In the last five financial years’ stock has delivered consistent two-three digit returns. In FY 2018-19 Bajaj Finance has delivered 70% returns to the investors.

bajaj finance

Atul

Atul is a chemical conglomerate based out at Gujarat. Atul company serves customers in domestic as well as international market. Atul has a wide product range in aromatics, chemical, pharmaceutical and polymer. Atul is virtually debt free company. Net profit of the company is increasing YOY. Company is also growing in terms of revenue.  Atul has given very good returns in past few years. Last year in FY 2018-19 this stock has delivered 29.79% returns to the investors.

Atul

HDFC Bank

HDFC Bank is one of the largest private sector bank engaged in providing banking and financial services to the customers. HDFC Bank is one of the top most banks where mutual fund houses have invested their money. HDFC is maintaining a healthy dividend payout every year. HDFC Bank is constantly posting health revenue and profit growth. This stock has delivered constant positive returns in the last five financial years. In FY 2018-19 HDFC Bank has delivered 22.41% returns for the investors.

HDFC Bank

Asian Paints

Asian Paints is engaged in the business of manufacturing, selling and distribution of paints, coatings, products related to home décor and bath fittings. Asian Paints has the highest market share in terms of paints and coating all over India. Company is virtually debt free and maintaining healthy dividend payout year on year. Stock is slightly over priced at the current level. Revenue and profit of the company are increasing YOY. In FY 2018-19 this stock has delivered 32% returns for the investors.

Asian paints

Aarti Industries

Aarti Industries is also a chemical sector company. Aarti Industries is a leading manufacturer of a special chemical, pharmaceutical and home care products. Aarti Industries supplies product to domestic as well as international market. They have very good research and development facilities. Company is expected to do well in the future. In the last five years this company has provided consistent returns to the investors. In FY 2018-19 this stock has delivered 30% returns to the investors.

Aarti Industries

Over to you –

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