List of Top Large Cap Stocks

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Large cap stocks in India are those of big companies. These companies are the top 80% in terms of their total value in the market. Currently, in India, a company needs to be worth more than INR 20,000 crores to be considered large cap.

These large cap companies are usually stable, but not all are good for investments. It's safer to invest in large cap stocks of companies with a strong financial track record to avoid the risk of them going out of business or experiencing big ups and downs.

Large cap stocks may not grow as fast as smaller ones, but they often pay a regular dividend. During a good market phase, they may not perform as well as smaller stocks, but in a bad market, they can be more reliable.

Moneyworks4me has a list of large cap companies in India that you can filter based on factors like their price and market value, making it easier to decide which ones to invest in or avoid.

See MoneyWorks4me's rating on Quality, Valuation, Price Trend and Overall Rating to take informed stock investing decisions. Decizen:- Q: Quality, V: Valuation,PT: Price Trend

Large Cap Companies as on Feb-2024 |
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Company Name (M.Cap)
DeciZen


CMP


Price
Change


Market
Cap (Cr)


52 Week
High


52 Week
Low


ROE  


P/E Ratio


P / BV


EV/
EBITDA


5Y Sales
Gr.(%)


5Y Profit
Gr.(%)
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1
Q V+ PT
332.9 9.85% 1,92,536
305.2
22 Feb, 24
204.7
23 Oct, 23
0.31 0.00 7.90 3800.88 -32.46 -33.59
2
Q V+ PT
204.1 4.67% 1,42,504
196.2
23 Jan, 24
89.68
16 Mar, 23
23.47 39.56 9.23 26.11 11.32 16.75
3
Q V PT
3,202 2.40% 1,20,708
3,301
05 Feb, 24
1,810
28 Mar, 23
-28.23 16.77 63397.98 6.25 18.79 -4.20
4
Q V PT
2,442 1.86% 90,056
2,496
30 Jan, 24
1,190
28 Feb, 23
17.32 13.56 1.87 6.70 17.74 7.96
5
Q V+ PT
4,804 1.84% 70,856
5,723
14 Dec, 23
2,755
28 Mar, 23
20.50 42.62 9.31 27.60 15.82 28.72
6
Q V+ PT
3,050 1.51% 2,00,933
3,130
09 Feb, 24
1,238
23 Mar, 23
27.57 32.71 7.61 20.12 7.77 23.96
7
(L)
Q V+ PT
1,474 1.41% 1,17,371
1,484
20 Feb, 24
852.0
22 Mar, 23
11.92 31.65 4.53 17.23 8.47 14.67
8
Q V PT
6,443 1.24% 1,06,156
6,464
20 Feb, 24
4,298
01 Mar, 23
20.88 20.30 3.95 12.30 11.55 36.08
9
Q V+ PT
1,515 1.17% 1,94,532
1,500
22 Feb, 24
633.3
16 Mar, 23
33.58 94.62 28.04 54.02 26.90 46.99
10
Q V+ PT
153.8 1.12% 1,98,772
192.8
23 Jan, 24
25.45
28 Mar, 23
14.66 32.92 4.12 14.87 16.74 9.51
11
Q V+ PT
1,929 1.05% 2,37,340
1,917
22 Feb, 24
1,124
28 Mar, 23
15.08 23.20 4.74 14.16 11.78 8.39
12
Q V PT
580.8 1.04% 1,23,630
710.6
12 Dec, 23
457.9
16 Mar, 23
0.00 81.56 8.73 118.45 0.00 2.81
13
Q V PT
3,687 0.97% 3,24,202
3,885
30 Jan, 24
2,320
13 Mar, 23
31.38 92.87 23.76 60.38 19.63 23.28
14
Q V PT
1,170 0.88% 84,347
1,164
19 Feb, 24
730.9
27 Feb, 23
17.99 66.47 11.78 41.14 4.32 14.19
15
Q V PT
1,091 0.86% 90,834
1,310
16 Jan, 24
709.9
27 Mar, 23
20.61 28.30 4.86 13.37 18.31 22.48
16
Q V PT
1,525 0.85% 1,51,388
1,520
19 Feb, 24
1,039
20 Mar, 23
0.00 81.40 10.49 72.30 0.00 8.37
17
Q V PT
5,527 0.78% 1,62,435
6,443
15 Jan, 24
4,130
21 Apr, 23
28.09 35.34 8.45 22.86 35.34 23.66
18
Q V PT
522.2 0.77% 74,643
615.5
13 Jul, 23
380.9
16 Mar, 23
0.00 81.82 6.76 71.20 0.00 -12.91
19
(L)
Q V PT
535.4 0.77% 2,77,577
546.1
19 Feb, 24
351.9
17 Apr, 23
15.43 24.60 3.85 14.53 10.68 8.96
20
(L)
Q V+ PT
464.8 0.76% 1,21,457
524.0
08 Feb, 24
110.8
27 Feb, 23
20.56 9.34 1.85 6.20 11.79 20.12
21
Q V PT
1,072 0.75% 6,72,948
1,175
09 Feb, 24
530.2
29 Mar, 23
0.00 16.68 9.52 121.63 0.00 71.58
22
Q V PT
4,529 0.75% 89,869
4,980
12 Feb, 24
2,247
28 Mar, 23
17.52 23.58 4.74 15.09 0.96 -4.35
23
Q V PT
1,024 0.63% 1,11,884
1,260
08 Dec, 23
522.0
26 Oct, 23
20.39 187.27 32.84 107.55 26.09 51.63
24
Q V PT
1,065 0.62% 1,18,069
1,250
03 Jan, 24
630.0
01 Mar, 23
2.84 204.80 10.88 130.61 -3.81 0.00
25
Q V PT
1,603 0.58% 2,54,281
1,742
15 Dec, 23
1,216
28 Mar, 23
28.46 32.61 4.63 8.92 20.09 19.33
26
Q V+ PT
2,624 0.58% 88,295
2,700
07 Feb, 24
1,446
01 Mar, 23
20.23 59.10 12.35 28.37 10.09 20.94
27
Q V+ PT
1,427 0.48% 10,78,451
1,758
03 Jul, 23
1,363
14 Feb, 24
17.24 18.27 2.47 13.53 16.73 18.25
28
Q V PT
1,565 0.47% 3,73,756
1,561
22 Feb, 24
922.5
22 May, 23
16.92 41.97 5.99 26.45 10.69 26.54
29
Q V PT
10,002 0.42% 2,87,534
10,523
29 Dec, 23
6,991
14 Mar, 23
9.48 44.84 4.96 23.27 15.34 14.84
30
Q V PT
743.5 0.40% 70,410
932.4
13 Jun, 23
699.1
06 Feb, 24
25.82 30.07 6.04 16.66 21.38 25.52
31
Q V PT
2,975 0.39% 20,05,035
2,977
21 Feb, 24
2,180
20 Mar, 23
9.05 28.66 2.60 12.93 17.52 12.97
32
Q V PT
935.8 0.39% 3,09,760
949.6
05 Feb, 24
400.4
28 Mar, 23
7.36 15.97 5.12 6.31 3.48 -12.41
33
Q V PT
786.0 0.33% 79,924
804.9
07 Feb, 24
503.0
25 May, 23
10.71 14.62 1.84 8.83 13.99 0.00
34
Q V+ PT
3,375 0.31% 4,62,432
3,739
30 Jan, 24
2,083
27 Feb, 23
11.21 47.96 7.52 32.04 8.21 3.28
35
Q V PT
1,104 0.30% 3,39,594
1,152
05 Dec, 23
814.2
16 Mar, 23
7.98 28.29 2.38 12.86 18.19 96.23
36
Q V+ PT
1,162 0.29% 1,10,429
1,216
15 Jan, 24
685.0
16 Mar, 23
7.99 101.81 8.63 64.97 21.56 7.85
37
Q V PT
379.1 0.28% 1,20,784
412.8
09 Feb, 24
182.4
28 Mar, 23
11.47 33.75 3.90 12.78 15.47 -3.84
38
Q V PT
4,095 0.21% 14,78,513
4,185
09 Feb, 24
3,070
17 Apr, 23
46.87 32.95 15.61 21.76 12.86 11.93
39
Q V PT
2,568 0.20% 2,47,060
2,771
02 Jan, 24
1,789
15 Mar, 23
108.73 82.39 79.88 53.62 11.04 14.29
40
Q V PT
2,721 0.19% 1,38,136
2,804
16 Jan, 24
2,251
24 Feb, 23
19.06 80.70 17.18 51.05 14.19 6.19
41
Q V+ PT
489.1 0.19% 80,285
521.4
12 Feb, 24
204.8
27 Feb, 23
7.85 48.85 3.99 19.35 5.12 30.13
42
Q V PT
3,653 0.17% 96,810
4,072
04 Jan, 24
2,730
14 Mar, 23
14.15 70.00 7.43 40.74 14.82 15.00
43
Q V PT
146.1 0.17% 1,82,071
147.3
07 Feb, 24
101.7
29 Mar, 23
12.80 41.25 1.39 6.71 16.69 30.08
44
Q V PT
2,392 0.16% 5,61,059
2,769
07 Jul, 23
2,347
15 Feb, 24
20.29 54.37 10.61 35.85 11.25 12.53
45
Q V PT
1,329 0.14% 1,29,620
1,416
23 Jan, 24
983.0
28 Apr, 23
16.71 46.05 4.80 20.98 11.61 9.01
46
Q V+ PT
162.2 0.12% 1,42,881
167.8
21 Feb, 24
49.00
28 Mar, 23
-5.42 0.00 7.17 276.26 72.29 0.00
47
Q V PT
310.3 0.10% 1,30,985
344.0
07 Jul, 23
290.6
26 Oct, 23
44.43 15.72 8.33 9.18 9.08 3.10
48
Q V+ PT
582.9 0.09% 1,05,646
594.5
15 Feb, 24
268.9
24 Feb, 23
16.37 7.20 1.29 3.67 21.88 0.00
49
Q V PT
1,681 0.07% 6,97,394
1,731
06 Feb, 24
1,215
25 Apr, 23
31.58 28.59 8.03 17.35 15.79 9.53
50
Q V+ PT
2,130 0.07% 1,01,120
2,185
16 Feb, 24
1,020
20 Mar, 23
27.11 50.36 13.26 29.24 11.69 17.88
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Today's Top Gainers

Company Name CMP Price Change(%)
332.909.85%
204.054.67%
3,202.452.40%
2,441.551.86%
4,8041.84%

Today's Top Losers

Company Name CMP Price Change(%)
1,103.60-3.04%
175.85-2.14%
67.85-2.06%
3,879.10-1.85%
270.65-1.83%

News about Large Cap Stocks in India

When to buy Bluechip stocks for highest returns?

  • Stability – Large cap stocks are considered to be relatively safe stocks. These companies have well analysed track records thus are less volatile than mid or small cap stocks.
  • Dividend Payouts – Since these companies are already mature and require less money for future growth, money is usually returned back to shareholders through dividends. Added to the stock price appreciation, these lead to considerable returns for an investor.
  • Research and Valuation - Since large cap companies have a long history of operation, it’s easy for investors to gather information on them.

Large Cap Stocks FAQs

You can use different criterias to arrive at the list of best stocks in the Large Cap company index. You can use return ratios like ROCE or ROE, that will help you choose companies with profitable growth.

Based on ROE, the best stocks in the Large Cap companies index are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA ROE
Nestle India Ltd. (L) Very Good 2,568 2,47,060 82.39 79.88 53.62 108.7
Britannia Industries Ltd. (L) Very Good 4,950 1,19,406 55.28 35.07 35.90 67.49
Coal India Ltd. (L) Very Good 443.5 2,74,488 9.34 3.50 5.43 56.13
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (L) Very Good 4,095 14,78,513 32.95 15.61 21.76 46.87
Hindustan Zinc Ltd. (L) Very Good 310.3 1,30,985 15.72 8.33 9.18 44.43

Based on the past year's gain, the best performing stocks are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) Yearly gain (%)
Adani Green Energy Ltd. (L) Not Good 1,917 3,04,467 256.4
Adani Power Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 559.6 2,16,008 244.4
Zomato Ltd. (L) Not Good 162.2 1,42,881 205.7
Punjab National Bank. (L) Not Good 127.5 1,42,042 169.9
DLF Ltd. (L) Not Good 893.5 2,21,058 156.1
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Stocks with the highest revenue growth in the past 5 years is:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA 5Y Sales Growth (%)
Zomato Ltd. (L) Not Good 162.2 1,42,881 0.00 7.17 276.3 72.29
Adani Enterprises Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 3,243 3,71,994 148.3 23.45 90.46 47.82
Adani Green Energy Ltd. (L) Not Good 1,917 3,04,467 208.8 37.72 39.44 39.40
LTIMindtree Ltd. (L) Very Good 5,527 1,62,435 35.34 8.45 22.86 35.34
Adani Power Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 559.6 2,16,008 9.92 5.34 10.52 35.20

Stocks with high profit growth often witness their stock prices gaining, irrespective of the market movements.

Stocks with the highest profit growth in the past 5 years is:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA 5Y Profit Growth (%)
Axis Bank Ltd. (L) Very Good 1,104 3,39,594 28.29 2.38 12.86 96.23
Life Insurance Corporation of India. (L) Somewhat Good 1,072 6,72,948 16.68 9.52 121.6 71.58
Adani Total Gas Ltd. (L) Not Good 1,024 1,11,884 187.3 32.84 107.5 51.63
Varun Beverages Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 1,515 1,94,532 94.62 28.04 54.02 46.99
Adani Enterprises Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 3,243 3,71,994 148.3 23.45 90.46 43.10
Investing in large cap stocks offers several advantages:
  • Stability: Large cap stocks tend to be from established companies, often more stable and less volatile than smaller companies, making them a safer investment choice.
  • Reliability: These companies typically have a track record of steady performance and may offer consistent dividends, providing a reliable income stream for investors.
  • Lower Risk: Compared to small or mid-cap stocks, large caps are generally less prone to sudden market downturns or bankruptcy due to their size, market presence, and financial stability.
  • Investor Confidence: Large cap companies often enjoy better investor trust and confidence due to their well-known brand names and market dominance, attracting more investors.
  • Defensive Qualities: During economic downturns, large cap stocks can demonstrate resilience, making them a protective investment during challenging market conditions.
  • Institutional Interest: Institutional investors often favor large cap stocks, potentially leading to increased stability and liquidity in these investments.

Overall, large cap stocks offer a balance of safety, reliability, and potential growth, making them a preferred choice for conservative investors seeking stability and steady returns.

While investing in large cap stocks offers many advantages, there are some drawbacks to consider:
  • Slower Growth: Large cap stocks may not have the same growth potential as smaller, high-growth companies. Their size can limit their ability to expand rapidly.
  • Limited Upside: Large cap stocks might have limited upside potential in terms of capital appreciation compared to smaller, more dynamic stocks.
  • Management Challenges: Due to their size and complexity, large cap companies can face challenges in adapting quickly to changing market conditions or implementing significant changes.

In summary, the main drawbacks of large cap stocks include slower growth potential, limited capital appreciation, the possibility of underperformance in bullish markets, and vulnerability to economic shifts. Investors need to balance the benefits and drawbacks when considering large cap investments in their portfolio.

Investors seeking alternatives to large cap stocks might consider the following options:
  • Mid-cap Stocks: Mid-cap stocks belong to companies with a medium market capitalization, offering a balance between growth potential and stability compared to both large and small cap stocks.
  • Small-cap Stocks: These stocks belong to smaller companies with substantial growth potential but also higher volatility and risk compared to large caps.
  • Growth Stocks: These stocks represent companies with the potential for significant growth in revenue and earnings. They may not pay dividends and can be more volatile.
  • Value Stocks: Value stocks are often undervalued by the market, presenting an opportunity for potential growth when the market corrects its perception of their worth.
  • Dividend Stocks: Investors seeking income might consider dividend stocks that regularly distribute a portion of their earnings to shareholders.
  • Sector-Specific ETFs or Mutual Funds: Investing in Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) or mutual funds focused on specific sectors or themes can provide diversification within a specific industry or market segment.
  • Bonds and Fixed-Income Investments: Consideration of bonds, treasury securities, or other fixed-income assets can provide stability and regular income, but with lower potential returns compared to stocks.

Investors should consider their risk tolerance, investment goals, and portfolio diversification while exploring these alternative options to large cap stocks. Diversification across various asset classes and market segments is often recommended to manage risk and potentially enhance overall returns.

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