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40 Multibagger Stocks Up to 200% return in 2 Years

A Multibagger stock is a stock that gives multifold returns to the investor. A stock that doubles its price is called two-bagger stock. If stock grows 10 times it is known as 10 bagger stock. If it grows by 100 times it is 100 bagger stock. Multi-Bagger stocks are undervalued stock with strong fundamentals, future business potential, and strong corporate governance.

Examples of multibagger stocks in India

There are several stocks in India which have given multifold returns to the investors. Tata Mataliks is an example of multibagger stock. A stock of Tata Metaliks has generated a very good return for the investor. If you could have invested 1 Lakh in Tata Mataliks in April, 2016. Today you would be sitting on a hefty profit. In just one-year time frame this 1 Lakh has become 5 Lakh. Other examples of multibagger stocks are Uniply Industries, Page Industries, Ajanta Pharma etc.

It is difficult to identify good multibagger stock for the investment. You need to consider various parameters like financial performance, management integrity, product competition, future potential etc. A multibagger stock can make you wealthy in short period of time. In this post, we will take a look at 40 Multibagger stocks that have generated 200% return for the investor from Oct 2015 to Oct 2017. Still, some of the stock carry good potential and expected to give good return in 2018.

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40 Multibagger Stocks Up to 200% return in 2 Years

A List of 40 Multibagger stocks is given below.

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A first stock in the list is Goldstone Infratech. Goldstone Infratech generated 238% return for the investor in last two years. Other stocks are Dwarikesh Sugar, Goa Carbon & Himadri Speciality, HEG, Indiabulls Venture, SORIL Holdings, Maan Aluminium, Jindal Worldwide, Thirumalai Chemical, Uttam Sugar Mills, Mawana Sugars etc. These stocks have generated 200-236% return to the investor in last two years.

All these stocks have generated multifold returns for the investors. If you are impressed with this stocks and planning to invest in the stock market. Here are few stocks that can generate multibager return for the investor in 2018.

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Edelweiss Financial –

Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd is first stock. It is NFBC Company. Operating income of the company is increasing Year on Year. From March 2015 to March 2017 operating income of company is doubled.Net profit margin is also good. This quarter company has reported 47% rise in net profit. It is good stock for the investment. Although stock has generated very good return still I can see potential in the stock.


GMDC is another stock that can generate good return in future. GMDC is midcap stock. GMDC return on capital is increasing.Net profit margin and Net Sales is increased this year. GMDC is nearly debt free company. One can expect good return from GMDC.

Maruti –

Maruti seems to be overvalued stock. However, based on fundamental I feel that this stock still contain potential to grow. This company has a track record in posting a very good financial result. Net profit and return on equity of this stock are very good. The stock of Maruti may not give a three-digit return in next one year but I am sure that it will give a very good return in the future.

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Over to you –

What is your take on these stocks?

Do you think these multi-bagger stocks will able to give good returns in the future?

Do share your opinion in the comment section.

Source – Economic Times and own research

Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
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