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Best 15 Freedom Stocks by CNBC Awaaz for 2016

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Freedom Stocks – On Celebration of 69th Independence Day 15th Aug, 2015, CNBC Awaaz has suggested Best 15 Freedom Stocks for long term Investment. Investment in these stocks will make you financially independent. These stocks are suggested by well known stock market expert cum analyst like Sudip Bandyopadhyay (Destimoney Security Limited), Parag Thakkar (HDFC Securities), Sandeep Jain and Sabarwal.

These stock market experts had also given explanation that how these stocks will give good returns in future. As per them, these stocks are like fire and forget missiles which will defiantly hit the target (returns).

Let’s check out which are these stocks

Best 15 Freedom Stocks by CNBC Awaaz for 2016

  • Infosys
  • SBI
  • Colgate
  • P&G
  • Century Plywood
  • Jain Irrigation
  • Genus Power
  • LIC Housing Finance Ltd
  • Castrol
  • Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company
  • Tata Motors
  • MindTree
  • Motherson Sumi Systems
  • Persistent Systems
  • United Phosphorus Limited – UPL

Last year 9 freedom stocks were suggested by stock market expert on CNBC Awaaz on Independence day let’s take appraisal of these stocks  to check these stock is really able to achieve target or generate good amount of return or not.

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From above we can say that less than 50% of the stocks were able to achieve the target. However, majority of stocks has generated positive returns.

Do you think that these Freedom Stocks can give you good returns?

Do you think that experts have suggested right stocks for investment?

Do share your views on this.

(The stocks recommendations given in section above are of CNBC Awaaz own and do not represent those of Please consult your financial advisor before taking any position in above stocks.)

Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
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