In the table below you will find important data on NSE 500 Companies Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio etc.
The NSE NIFTY 500 represents about 96% of total market capitalisation and about 93% of the total turnover on the National Stock Exchange of India.
For example, the following list of companies fulfil the criteria of high sales growth while maintaining a high profitability: (Algorithm: shortlist companies for 5 yr sales growth higher than 15% and Avg 5 YR ROCE > 15%, sort by highest ROCE)
Free Float Market Capitalization = Shares outstanding* Price * IWF
Index Value = Current Free Float Market Capitalisation of index / Base Free Float Market Capitalisation of index * Base Index Value
Free float market capitalisation of index is the aggregate of free float market capitalisation of each scrip in the Index.
IWF: investible weight factor (Free float market capitalization/ Total market capitalization)
Base index value = 1000
Base date = January 01, 1995
Investing in Nifty 100 is basically the same, as the Nifty 100 index is nothing but the Nifty 50 and Nifty Next 50 index put together.