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In the table below you will find important data on Nifty 50 Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio, etc. You will also get MoneyWorks4me's rating on Quality, Valuation, Price Trend and Overall Rating to assist you in taking informed stock investing decisions.

Q : Quality V : Valuation PT : Price Trend
Nifty 50 companies as on 04-Jul-2022 |
Decizen : Q : Quality, V : Valuation, PT : Price Trend
Company Name (M.Cap) CMP Price
Change
Market
Cap (Cr)
52W
High
52W
Low
ROE P/E P/BV EV/
EBITDA
DeciZen
2,211 2.18% 4,01,116 3,021 2,027 12.17 29.19 3.38 -
Q V+ PT
5,615 3.97% 3,39,936 8,044 5,236 11.77 53.53 8.08 -
Q V PT
(L)
950.1 3.81% 76,664 1,083 850.0 13.77 30.42 3.67 17.57
Q V+ PT
466.9 0.24% 4,16,690 549.0 401.3 13.01 13.15 1.62 -
Q V PT
1,946 0.19% 1,72,772 2,768 1,662 12.21 79.25 18.43 -
Q V PT
4,384 -0.35% 72,974 5,614 3,655 11.24 33.43 3.80 18.73
Q V PT
1,354 0.46% 7,51,892 1,724 1,272 16.70 19.76 3.04 -
Q V+ PT
2,760 1.48% 55,148 2,980 2,148 19.47 22.30 3.49 12.08
Q V PT
1,478 1.15% 6,21,907 1,954 1,367 28.90 28.13 8.32 18.98
Q V PT
578.5 2.72% 1,39,836 790.0 520.1 30.82 8.37 2.21 5.48
Q V PT
1,670 0.55% 3,31,558 2,252 1,627 12.47 38.68 4.61 -
Q V PT
1,347 1.91% 88,653 1,939 1,277 6.74 11.75 1.17 7.57
Q V PT
131.2 -13.40% 1,64,990 194.6 108.5 4.87 4.09 0.70 12.54
Q V PT
2,409 -7.14% 16,29,894 2,855 2,017 7.16 26.85 2.09 21.38
Q V PT
19,224 0.55% 69,363 31,441 17,900 15.43 29.19 4.02 17.07
Q V PT
341.2 0.72% 76,685 636.0 309.0 6.91 5.59 0.98 7.91
Q V PT
873.3 0.73% 1,06,747 1,535 827.1 30.34 3.23 0.86 2.62
Q V PT
1,570 0.80% 2,20,545 2,078 1,457 8.71 27.99 3.29 31.15
Q V PT
1,108 1.22% 1,37,795 1,121 671.0 0.35 27.92 3.53 20.56
Q V+ PT
318.4 3.13% 69,058 503.0 293.5 32.82 7.86 1.39 4.77
Q V PT
412.7 0.24% 1,37,054 536.5 268.5 -23.85 0.00 3.09 9.10
Q V PT
2,283 2.34% 5,36,365 2,859 1,902 18.21 60.41 10.93 41.14
Q V PT
17,789 1.69% 1,71,516 20,600 16,000 112.47 80.25 64.02 47.59
Q V PT
720.7 1.90% 66,416 889.0 650.8 7.90 74.98 5.66 58.18
Q V+ PT
2,773 2.80% 2,65,981 3,588 2,560 22.65 87.77 19.28 54.90
Q V PT
3,583 3.37% 86,291 4,152 3,050 49.87 56.59 33.73 39.85
Q V PT
(L)
284.4 3.99% 3,50,829 284.4 200.8 24.91 23.30 5.84 17.75
Q V PT
2,783 -0.38% 76,103 2,995 2,110 12.64 45.47 6.05 38.72
Q V PT
(L)
421.8 1.38% 2,31,245 739.8 402.1 19.65 18.91 3.56 12.76
Q V PT
3,735 1.50% 53,706 5,931 3,366 2.53 93.84 8.79 57.50
Q V+ PT
(L)
642.9 1.72% 48,253 852.5 607.8 14.66 13.33 2.35 7.83
Q V PT
826.7 -0.49% 1,98,353 966.9 664.1 12.82 60.61 4.13 22.74
Q V PT
132.5 -1.92% 58,080 173.4 125.2 10.56 5.60 1.19 9.35
Q V PT
704.0 -0.40% 4,89,727 859.7 630.0 12.56 20.98 2.93 -
Q V PT
807.5 1.63% 62,590 1,242 763.8 7.39 13.57 1.32 -
Q V PT
645.1 1.33% 1,98,153 866.6 618.1 12.03 15.21 1.72 -
Q V PT
976.4 0.34% 2,64,949 1,377 944.4 19.87 19.70 4.30 12.63
Q V PT
673.4 -1.54% 3,96,250 781.9 510.1 -16.42 0.00 5.01 17.36
Q V PT
3,635 0.10% 96,493 5,425 3,365 23.97 32.68 8.25 32.85
Q V PT
8,397 -0.87% 2,53,645 9,022 6,540 8.57 65.38 4.58 44.85
Q V PT
5,694 1.67% 1,64,358 8,267 5,158 12.96 22.33 3.25 14.87
Q V PT
3,316 1.56% 12,13,396 4,046 3,023 42.65 31.66 13.69 21.96
Q V PT
(L)
140.6 -1.82% 1,36,287 166.3 112.0 12.69 9.21 1.06 10.65
Q V PT
1,011 1.09% 98,287 1,838 944.1 19.06 17.67 3.71 11.45
Q V PT
206.5 -2.53% 1,44,043 248.2 167.0 18.34 8.18 1.89 8.51
Q V+ PT
678.4 1.03% 1,43,293 924.6 652.0 15.73 30.31 3.75 21.58
Q V+ PT
3,624 -2.22% 1,04,854 4,250 3,028 19.88 17.01 3.51 19.46
Q V PT
11,326 3.63% 1,80,245 19,320 10,908 21.95 39.56 4.48 -
Q V PT
1,100 1.55% 1,10,023 1,293 996.0 0.00 58.41 9.64 -
Q V PT
565.5 2.79% 1,19,510 775.6 497.3 0.00 124.53 7.76 -
Q V+ PT
183.2 -1.21% 1,12,932 209.0 132.8 36.97 6.51 2.62 5.34
Q V PT

How to pick best stocks in Nifty 50 for Best returns?

Benefits of investing in NIFTY50 Index Funds:
  • Diversification – It deploys the investment in multiple companies and sectors thereby reducing risk compared to investing in a single or small set of companies. Over time Nifty 50 replaces the underperforming companies at a market level with performing one.
  • Wide market presence – Nifty 50 Index funds are quite popular in India and have a substantial market presence.
  • Low cost - These funds have lower operating expenses as fund managers simply need to replicate the index.
  • Inflation + returns - Index funds have consistently generated inflation beating returns over the long term. Coupled with low costs it becomes excellent value for investors.

Current Nifty 50 Stocks Weightage 2022

Sr.No. Company Name Sector Weightage
1 Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products 12.48%
2 HDFC Bank Ltd. Banks 8.36%
3 Infosys Limited It - Software 7.56%
4 ICICI Bank Ltd. Banks 7.19%
5 Housing Development Fin. Corp. Ltd.£ Finance 5.73%
6 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. It - Software 4.78%
7 Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited Banks 3.73%
8 ITC Ltd. Diversified Fmcg 3.25%
9 Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Diversified Fmcg 2.88%
10 Larsen and Toubro Ltd. Construction 2.75%
11 Axis Bank Ltd. Banks 2.49%
12 State Bank of India Banks 2.47%
13 Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services 2.27%
14 Bajaj Finance Ltd. Finance 2.22%
15 Asian Paints Limited Consumer Durables 1.77%
16 HCL Technologies Ltd. It - Software 1.51%
17 Maruti Suzuki India Limited Automobiles 1.45%
18 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Automobiles 1.36%
19 Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 1.28%
20 Titan Company Ltd. Consumer Durables 1.27%
21 Tata Steel Ltd. Ferrous Metals 1.17%
22 Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Power 1.09%
23 Tata Motors Ltd. Automobiles 1.09%
24 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. Finance 1.08%
25 NTPC Limited Power 1.02%
26 Tech Mahindra Ltd. It - Software 1.01%
27 Wipro Ltd. It - Software 0.97%
28 UltraTech Cement Limited Cement & Cement Products 0.96%
29 Nestle India Ltd. Food Products 0.86%
30 Hindalco Industries Ltd. Non - Ferrous Metals 0.85%
31 Indusind Bank Ltd. Banks 0.83%
32 HDFC Life Insurance Company Limited Insurance 0.77%
33 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil 0.76%
34 Grasim Industries Ltd. Cement & Cement Products 0.74%
35 Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone Transport Infrastructure 0.73%
36 Dr Reddys Laboratories Ltd. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.73%
37 JSW Steel Ltd. Ferrous Metals 0.73%
38 Cipla Ltd. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.71%
39 SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd. Insurance 0.71%
40 Bajaj Auto Limited Automobiles 0.69%
41 Divis Laboratories Ltd. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.63%
42 Tata Consumer Products Limited Agricultural Food & Other Products 0.63%
43 Britannia Industries Ltd. Food Products 0.59%
44 UPL Ltd. Fertilizers & Agrochemicals 0.59%
45 Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd. Healthcare Services 0.56%
46 Coal India Ltd. Consumable Fuels 0.56%
47 Eicher Motors Ltd. Automobiles 0.53%
48 Hero MotoCorp Ltd. Automobiles 0.5%
49 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Petroleum Products 0.43%
50 Shree Cement Ltd. Cement & Cement Products 0.4%

Nifty 50 FAQ's

S&P CNX Nifty popularly known as Nifty is a well-diversified 50 stocks index of companies from 14 sectors of the economy. These stocks are considered to be the barometers of the economy and are market leaders in their own sectors.

Nifty 50 is a professionally maintained Index by India Index Services and Products Ltd. (IISL), which is a joint venture between NSE and CRISIL. IISL has a marketing and licensing agreement with Standard & Poor's (S&P), who are world leaders in index services.

For a company to be listed in Nifty, they are required to satisfy the unique eligibility criteria set by NSE. These criteria include:

  1. Liquidity: Liquidity refers to how quickly and easily a stock can be bought or sold without affecting its price. Simply put if you are able to get a large quantity of a stock at the currently quoted price then the stock is liquid. NSE measures liquidity in terms of Market impact cost, the costs faced when actually trading an index stock. For a stock to be included in the NIFTY 50, it should have traded at a market impact cost less than or equal to 0.50% during the last six months and for a trade worth minimum Rs. 10 crores.

  2. Float adjusted market capitalization: Free-float market capitalization is a measure of the market cap of a particular company that is available for trading.
    It is calculated by multiplying the share price by number of shares readily available for trade. So it excludes locked-in shares including shares held by promoters. Simply put it is. For inclusion in the Nifty, the float adjusted market capitalization of the particular company should be at least 1.5 times the average free-float market capitalization of the present smallest index component.
  3. Trading frequency: The Company should have traded every day in the last six months.

  4. Listing history: The Company should have a listing history of at least 6 months. A company that has just been listed through an IPO should fulfil all the Nifty inclusion criteria’s for a 3 month period.

  5. Company should be allowed to trade in futures and Options segment.

Nifty is computed using the free float adjustment methodology.

Market capitalization = Share Price x Number of shares.

Free Float Market Capitalization = Share Price x Shares Outstanding*IWF.

Index Value = Current Market Value / Base Index Value.

*IWF or Investible Weight factor = (Shares Outstanding – Locked-in Shares)/ Shares Outstanding.

Base Index Value = Base Market Capital * 1000.

Base Market capital = The average market price of a group of securities at a specific time. Used for the purpose of indexing.

The index value is computed on a real-time basis every day.

You can invest in Nifty through Nifty index funds or the Nifty ETF. This enables you to invest in all the 50 companies.

Nifty ETF have higher liquidity and slightly lower fees as compared to the Nifty Index Funds making them better investment choice

Inflation + returns - Index funds have consistently generated inflation beating returns over the long term. Coupled with low costs it becomes excellent value for investors.

Diversification – It deploys the investment in multiple companies and sectors thereby reducing risk compared to investing in a single or small set of companies. Over time Nifty 50 replaces the underperforming companies at a market level with performing one.

Wide market presence – Nifty 50 Index funds are quite popular in India and have a substantial market presence.

Low cost - These funds have lower operating expenses as fund managers simply need to replicate the index.

It is generally agreed that a Nifty PE ratio of less than 18 means an undervalued market and a time to invest more. However this cannot be predicted and changes dynamically. So, we have found that investing in index funds in a disciplined manner through monthly SIPs and investing lumpsum amounts on every correction will improve your returns. To know our recent views on the market read MW4Me Outlook

There are two important factors to look at while choosing an index fund – Liquidity and expense ratio. Choosing a fund with high liquidity, allows you to buy and sell with no impact cost. Choosing a fund with low expense ratio or fees improves your returns. Currently, the ICICI Nifty Index fund is popular.

Most index funds will give you similar returns. Thus, looking at past returns will be futile.

Not all stocks in the Nifty 50 index are Blue chips. As stocks are selected in the index using an algorithm, often stocks that are most popular make their way into the index. Some of these companies might lack traits of Blue-chip stocks like dependable earnings, stable dividends, and industry leaders.

Investment in Nifty 50 stocks should be with an aim to build your Core portfolio – a portfolio that is held for the long term and form the backbone of your investments. It is best built of industry leaders and highly efficient companies with low impact from an economic slowdown, competition, or governance issues. They are also less volatile, i.e. lower corrections and quicker return to fair prices. This consistency in return will help you stay invested in the equity market.

Not all Nifty 50 stocks fit this bill and just selective investment is warranted. For details read, ‘ Building a Portfolio with Core and Booster Stocks

How to invest in Nifty 50 stocks? The investment approach most suited for Retail investors, is investing in Quality-at-Reasonable-Price. This enables them to stay invested and let compounding do its magic. The best Nifty 50 stocks are usually expensive and very expensive. Investing at very high prices leads to the risk of mediocre returns and steep correction in portfolio worth and eventually exit. But they are available at reasonable prices in a bear market and times of specific temporary setbacks. On such occasions knowing the fair value of the Nifty 50 stocks enables you to invest in them confidently.

Read our blog to know more.

Return on equity or ROE is one of the most commonly used criteria to select stocks for investment. A high return on equity indicates that the company is utilizing investor money efficiently. Similarly, a low PE ratio indicates an undervalued company, making it ripe for higher returns.

However, keep in mind that a high ROE stock may also be overvalued; making it a very risky investment and a low PE stock may have a reason to remain so. You should always use a combination of ratios, to shortlist the best stocks to invest in. This initial shortlist should then be used to dig deeper into company fundamentals before actually making an investment.

Use the Moneyworks4Me screener to find the best Nifty 50 stocks to invest in.