There are 7 Adani companies listed in the stock market – Adani Enterprises, Adani Total Gas, Adani Green, Adani Ports, Adani Power, Adani Transmission and Adani Wilmar.
The newly listed Adani Wilmar, made its debut on the stock exchanges in February 2022 and has already given nearly 2x returns to its investors.
From the other 6 Adani companies, 5 of them have given extraordinary returns to investors in the last one year. The only exception being Adani Ports which has remained at around the same price for over a year.
Almost all Adani companies have been the leaders of the bull market between 2020 and 2021. But even if you were late to invest, they have still given outstanding returns to investors.
Let us take an example.
If you invested ₹ 1 lakh each in all the Adani companies, exactly one year ago – i.e on 15th July 2021. What would the value of your investment today – on 15th July 2022?
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Adani Total Gas has given the best returns. If you invested 1 lakh on 15th July 2021, the value of your shares today would be 3.1 lakhs.
Adani Transmission comes a close second. 1 lakh invested would be nearly 3 lakhs today.
Adani Power comes third – the investment value today would be 2.75 lakhs.
Adani Green has given outstanding returns too – remember the market hasn’t given any returns from July 2021 to July 2022. Nifty has remained at 15950 range. But Adani Green has doubled your investment.
The same with Enterprises and the recently listed Adani Wilmar.
Adani Ports is the only exception, the share price has remained the same. The positive?
If you combine all of them, your total investment of 6 lakhs in 6 Adani companies would be worth ₹ 13.6 lakhs today.
This converts into a mind-boggling 127% returns over a one year period. It would take nearly 15 years to get this kind of returns from a fixed deposit in a bank!
These are truly staggering numbers – but the question for investors is, when do you buy and when do you sell these companies? Almost all of them show violent moves on both sides.
When you think they are about to hit a top, and they cannot rise any further – they move up much more.
When it starts coming down, it feels like the bubble has burst and the stock is about to crash completely – but then it shows a recovery.
This is always a problem with most bull market leaders – entry is difficult, because the price always seems high. Timely exit is also difficult because the price can continue to shock on the upside.
Are you invested in any Adani company? Tell us in the comments section below.
Also, stay tuned for our long-term analysis on the Adani group of companies. What if you were lucky enough to invest in 2020?
More on that soon.