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BSE 30 companies as on Jan-2022
Company Name (M.Cap) Is it a good
buy now?
CMP Price
Change
Market
Cap (Cr)
52W
High
52W
Low
ROE P/E P/BV EV/
EBITDA
HDFC Bank Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
1,530 -1.00% 8,56,483 1,724 1,342 16.50 25.03 3.80 -
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
2,707 -0.23% 4,91,427 3,021 2,354 12.50 38.13 4.39 -
Bajaj Finance Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
7,867 0.46% 4,72,687 8,020 4,362 11.77 108.46 12.54 -
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
165.7 2.89% 2,02,543 172.8 87.90 4.90 6.58 0.88 15.17
State Bank Of India(L)
1
Q V PT
513.8 1.09% 4,53,593 542.2 269.6 9.31 17.60 1.85 -
Titan Company Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
2,580 -0.47% 2,30,110 2,687 1,396 12.21 139.46 29.22 -
Infosys Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
1,940 0.62% 8,10,927 1,914 1,230 27.09 37.72 10.70 28.11
Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
1,934 -0.18% 3,84,311 2,252 1,627 12.47 53.30 5.75 -
Reliance Industries Ltd(L)
2
Q V PT
2,563 0.95% 17,17,683 2,750 1,830 7.16 32.85 2.31 22.47
Larsen & Toubro Ltd(L)
2
Q V PT
2,056 0.53% 2,87,262 2,029 1,306 8.71 41.35 4.72 40.51
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
890.1 1.04% 1,09,519 978.9 725.0 0.35 46.27 2.99 16.25
Tata Steel Ltd(L)
2
Q V PT
1,205 -0.73% 1,48,312 1,535 596.3 13.64 5.77 1.36 7.71
Hindustan Unilever Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
2,381 0.71% 5,55,561 2,859 2,104 28.57 66.13 11.58 47.17
Nestle India Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
19,446 0.19% 1,87,139 20,600 15,900 105.80 83.49 65.55 57.66
ITC Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
224.2 0.70% 2,74,302 265.3 199.1 21.25 19.42 4.63 16.44
Asian Paints Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
3,340 -0.74% 3,22,751 3,588 2,261 27.15 99.16 25.81 65.74
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
862.4 0.24% 2,06,403 871.0 550.7 12.82 32.95 4.15 23.70
ICICI Bank Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
817.0 -0.39% 5,69,531 859.7 512.1 12.56 29.25 3.71 -
IndusInd Bank Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
923.6 0.37% 71,272 1,242 788.6 7.39 18.67 1.59 -
Axis Bank Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
712.4 -1.28% 2,21,364 866.6 617.0 7.06 24.36 2.07 -
HCL Technologies Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
1,266 -5.34% 3,62,966 1,377 890.0 19.87 32.97 5.66 17.52
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
8,291 2.58% 2,44,146 8,370 6,301 8.57 58.15 4.67 43.10
Tech Mahindra Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
1,740 0.03% 1,68,827 1,838 915.0 17.53 33.21 6.70 23.25
Bharti Airtel Ltd(L)
2
Q V PT
728.4 1.07% 4,24,083 781.9 489.9 -16.42 0.00 5.51 18.36
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
4,025 1.40% 14,68,246 3,990 2,701 38.65 39.00 13.86 30.72
NTPC Ltd(L)
2
Q V PT
136.8 1.07% 1,31,244 152.1 88.20 12.69 10.68 1.09 10.48
Bajaj Finserv Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
18,332 0.73% 2,89,617 19,320 8,275 21.95 68.52 7.64 -
Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
207.4 -0.17% 1,44,950 216.3 136.9 18.34 9.02 2.33 8.53
Bajaj Auto Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
3,511 2.16% 99,440 4,361 3,028 19.88 15.35 3.68 18.36
Ultratech Cement Ltd(L)
1
Q V PT
7,600 -0.72% 2,20,981 8,267 5,262 12.96 34.66 4.79 19.80

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Top BSE 30 Companies FAQsSource: BSE India

The SENSEX is the benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). It was started in 1986 to assess the performance of the Indian financial market. Like NIFTY , SENSEX stocks constitute 30 prominent stocks from varied sectors, which are actively traded in the stock exchange daily.

Sensex movements are used as an indicator of the market sentiments. An increase in the SENSEX value implies an increase in the price of most shares whereas, a fall indicates a decrease in the price of most shares.

Yes. The BSE SENSEX is a free-float weighted stock market index of 30 well-established and financially sound companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Significant benefits of investing in SENSEX top 30 companies include:

  1. Better returns – A historical backtest on the top indices in India viz. the Nifty 50 and BSE Sensex, reveals that investing in the Sensex can return slightly higher returns than the Nifty 50. Keep in mind to choose a sensex based index fund with high liquidity.
  2. Diversification – Investing in an index fund automatically extends you the benefit of portfolio diversification, thereby reducing portfolio risk.
  3. Less expensive - Being a passively managed fund you are required to pay minimal fees. This essentially means lesser expenses to eat into your returns.

You can select the best stocks from the Sensex to invest in based on profitability, valuation or price parameters. However, using a mix of these criterias can give you better results.

For example, the most undervalued stocks based on the EV/EBITDA multiple currently are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock? CMP Mkt Cap ROE P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.(L) Very Good 80.95 1,02,403 13.65 7.62 0.53 3.75
Tata Steel Ltd.(L) Somewhat Good 426.3 51,169 9.4 8 0.67 5.91
Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd.(L) Very Good 185.5 96,994 20.75 11.72 1.47 8.08
Tech Mahindra Ltd.(L) Very Good 741.1 70,808 16.7 17.5 3.16 11.27
ITC Ltd.(L) Very Good 194.5 2,39,881 23.95 16.77 3.73 12.01

The BSE SENSEX is calculated by the ‘Free-Float Market Capitalisation’ method.

  1. The market capitalization is determined by multiplying the price of the stocks with the number of shares issued by that company, for each of the 30 companies comprising the index.
  2. The market capitalization is then multiplied to the free-float factor determined by the BSE to derive the free-float market capitalization.
  3. The free-float market capitalization of the Index constituents is then divided by a number known as the Index Divisor. This index divisor is the sole link to the original base period value of the index. (For the Sensex, the base value period, it is 1978-79) This value provides for comparison of the index over a period of time

For example, if the days’ Market Capitalization based on the performance of the 30 key stocks is 8000000 and the base index of 1978-79 is 50000. The index divisor becomes 100/50000 and the Sensex index value equals 8000000 x 100/50000 = 16000 for that day.

You can invest in the Sensex through any of the sensex based index funds or ETFs. Choose a fund/ETF that has higher liquidity and a lower expense ratio as compared to the others.

Currently, the SBI ETF Sensex is the most.

The best performing stocks amongst the BSE Sensex constituents in the past year are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock? CMP Mkt Cap Yearly Gain
Reliance Industries Ltd.(L) Somewhat Good 2,135 14,44,945 69.18
Bharti Airtel Ltd.(L) Somewhat Good 511.6 2,80,716 47.94
HCL Technologies Ltd.(L) Very Good 710 1,93,389 30.37
Nestle India Ltd.(L) Very Good 16,163 1,56,088 29.79
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.(L) Very Good 529.1 1,25,953 25.99

The stocks that have managed to clock the highest revenue growth in the past 5 years within the BSE SENSEX list are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock? CMP Mkt Cap 5 Yr Sales Growth
Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd.(L) Very Good 185.5 96,994 17.51
HCL Technologies Ltd.(L) Very Good 709.7 1,93,389 13.46
Ultratech Cement Ltd.(L) Very Good 4,051 1,17,735 11.59
Infosys Ltd.(L) Very Good 951.6 4,04,982 11.23
Titan Company Ltd.(L) Very Good 1,133 1,00,617 10.95

The stocks that have managed to clock the highest profit growth in the past 5 years within the BSE SENSEX list are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock? CMP Mkt Cap 5 Yr Profit Growth
IndusInd Bank Ltd.(L) Very Good 594.8 39,401 15.37
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.(L) Very Good 1,875 3,25,417 21.95
Bajaj Finance Ltd.(L) Very Good 3,659 2,19,607 35.28
Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd.(L) Very Good 185.7 96,994 21.26
HDFC Bank Ltd.(L) Very Good 1,119 6,14,649 18.44

  • The general guidelines for selection of constituent Securities in S&P BSE SENSEX® are as follows.
    1. A. Quantitative Criteria:
      1. Market Capitalization: The Security should figure in the Top 100 companies listed by full market capitalization. The weight of each S&P BSE SENSEX® Security based on free-float should be at least 0.5% of the Index. (Market Capitalization would be averaged for last six months)
      2. Trading Frequency: The Security should have been traded on each and every trading day for the last one year. Exception can be made for extreme reasons like Security suspension etc.
      3. Average Daily Trades: The Security should be among the Top 150 companies listed by average number of trades per day for the last one year.
      4. Average Daily Turnover: The Security should be among the Top 150 companies listed by average value of shares traded per day for the last one year.
      5. Industry Representation: The only difference between SCM and TCM is that SCM does not have the rights to clear the trades of other members he can only clear his trades, whereas TCM can clear the trades of any other member
      6. Listed History: The Security should have a listing history of at least one year on BSE.
    1. B. Qualitative Criteria:
      1. Track Record: In the opinion of the Committee, the company should have an acceptable track record.
  • S&P BSE SENSEX® is calculated using the "Free-float Market Capitalization" methodology. As per this methodology, the level of index at any point of time reflects the Free-float market value of 30 component stocks relative to a base period. The market capitalization of a company is determined by multiplying the price of stock by the number of shares issued by the company. This market capitalization is further multiplied by the free-float factor to determine the free-float market capitalization.

    F & O Segment: The base period of S&P BSE SENSEX® is 1978-79 and the base value is 100 index points. This is often indicated by the notation 1978-79=100. The calculation of S&P BSE SENSEX® involves dividing the Free-float market capitalization of 30 companies in the Index by a number called the Index Divisor. The Divisor is the only link to the original base period value of the S&P BSE SENSEX®. It keeps the Index comparable over time and is the adjustment point for all Index adjustments arising out of corporate actions, replacement of Securities etc. During market hours, prices of the index Securities, at which latest trades are executed, are used by the trading system to calcF & O Segment:ulate S&P BSE SENSEX® every 15 seconds and disseminated in real time.

    Sr.No. Company Name Sector Weightage
    1 HDFC Bank Ltd. Banks 11.84%
    2 Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. Finance 9.28%
    3 Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products 8.69%
    4 ITC Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 7.89%
    5 ICICI Bank Ltd. Banks 6.27%
    6 Infosys Ltd. Software 6.01%
    7 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project 4.5%
    8 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Software 4.37%
    9 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Banks 3.48%
    10 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Auto 3.37%
    11 State Bank of India Banks 3.15%
    12 Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 2.86%
    13 Axis Bank Ltd. Banks 2.76%
    14 Tata Motors Ltd. Auto 2.4%
    15 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Auto 2.06%
    16 Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services 1.86%
    17 Asian Paints Limited Consumer Non Durables 1.73%
    18 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. Pharmaceuticals 1.71%
    19 Hero MotoCorp Ltd. Auto 1.68%
    20 Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Power 1.58%
    21 Tata Steel Ltd. Ferrous Metals 1.41%
    22 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil 1.39%
    23 NTPC Ltd. Power 1.37%
    24 Bajaj Auto Ltd. Auto 1.26%
    25 Wipro Ltd. Software 1.24%
    26 Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. Transportation 1.15%
    27 Coal India Ltd. Minerals/Mining 0.97%
    28 Cipla Ltd. Pharmaceuticals 0.95%
    29 Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. Pharmaceuticals 0.81%
    30 Lupin Ltd. Pharmaceuticals 0.77%
    31 Tata Motors Ltd. DVR Auto 0.36%