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Top 7 Mutlibagger Stocks for 2015


2014 was excellent year for stock market. In January 2014 Sensex started its journey from 21140 and today it is on level of 26710. Overall Sensex gave 26% return in 2014.

We are at end of 2014 and soon we will be entering in New Year 2015. We hope history will repeat and stock market investor will be laughing in 2015 again.

Before moving ahead with 7 Multibagger stocks of 2015, let’s do quick recap of 7 multibagger stocks which was suggested by me in 2014.

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All these stocks turn out to be winner and great wealth generator for investors.

Keeping same pace and positive thoughts here is top 7 multibagger stocks of 2015.

Top 7 Mutlibagger Stocks for 2015


CMP – 2444 Rs/-

Target Price – 2800 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 15%

TCS is leading IT consulting and business solution provider. Major source of revenue generation for TCS is from US and other countries. Dollar value is increasing day by day which is positive for IT companies.

Increase in dollar value will defiantly improve TCS balance sheet. I recommend to purchase TCS at current price with target of 2800 Rs/-


CMP – 1940 Rs/-

Target Price – 2400 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 23.71%

Another Stock for 2015 is also from IT domain – Infosys. Infosys provides business consultancy, software engineering & outsourcing services. Infosys is 3rd largest Indian service company.

Dollar value rise will be beneficial to Infosys also. I recommend to purchase Infosys with target price of 2400 Rs/-.


CMP – 1392 Rs/-

Target Price – 1950 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 40%

Lupin is leading pharmaceutical company based in Mumbai. By market capitalization it is 2nd largest pharma company of India. Lupin generated $ 1.83 billon revenues from US market. Looking at growth story and historical performance I recommend to purchase Lupin with target price of 1950 Rs/-.

Maruti Suzuki

CMP – 3258 Rs/-

Target Price – 4000 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 14%

Maruti Suzuki is next stock recommendation for 2015. Maurti is leading brand in auto industry. It is most popular car manufacturers in India. Maruti is second name of performance, efficiency and trustworthiness. I recommend to purchase Maruti Suzuki with target price of 4000 Rs/-


CMP – 302 Rs/-

Target Price – 450 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 49%

My first pick for 2015 in finance sector is SBI. SBI is number one bank of India. SBI offers multiple products like banking, insurance, loan, investment banking, wealth management etc. Major holding of SBI is with government of India. I recommend to purchase SBI with target price of 450 Rs/-


CMP – 332 Rs/-

Target Price – 480 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 44%

Next multi bagger stock for 2015 is ICICI Bank. ICICI Bank is 2nd largest banking and finance service provider of India. It offers wide variety of products investment banking, life, non-life insurance, venture capital and asset management. I recommend to purchase ICICI bank with target price of 480 Rs/-

Asian Paints

CMP – 731 Rs/-

Target Price – 1000 Rs/-

Potential Upside – 36%

Asian Paints is leading paint & chemical manufacturer of India. It offers wide range of products to customers. Asian paints group operates all over world through subsidiaries Berger International, APCO coating, SCIB Paints. I recommend to purchase Asian Paints with target of 1000 Rs/-

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Note – Stock recommendation given above is after careful research and study; if required you can concern financial advisor or expert before taking any position in above stocks.

Top 7 Stocks for 2015

Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
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