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Mid Cap Companies

Mid cap companies in India are ones with market capitalization (cap) between Rs. 5000 to Rs. 20000 crores. As the name goes, mid cap companies fall right in between large and small cap companies.
Mid cap stocks are situated in the ideal sweet spot asthey offer investors with greater growth potential than large cap stocks but also offer less volatility and risks than small cap stocks. Moreover, they're also usually cost effective for the investors. In a nutshell, mid cap stocks offer a best of both worlds: high growth but less volatility.
MoneyWorks4Me can help you identify the best mid cap stocks to invest in. By finding out the mid cap stocks with higher growth potential, you can balance your investment portfolio and increase your chances of earning higher returns. Below is a list of all mid cap companies in India that you can choose from. There are several filters for you to choose from. Starting by sorting the mid cap stocks based on our 10 Year X-ray colour codes can help you choose investment worthy companies, and avoiding companies with riskier businesses. Sorting by market cap allows you to avoid smaller companies with higher risk. You can also sort using valuation multiples like price to earnings (P/E) and price to book value (P/BV). This allows you to identify a list of undervalued or fair valued stocks. Finally, sorting by price change allows you to know which mid cap stocks are in demand on that particular day.

In the table below you will find important data on Top Mid Cap Companies Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio etc. Look for Green and Orange companies for investing. Bookmark this page for your easy reference in future.

Mid Cap Companies as on Jun-2020


Company Name (M.Cap)


Is it a
Right Stock?


CMP


Price
Change


Market
Cap (Cr)


52W
High


52W
Low


ROE


P/E


P/BV


EV/
EBITDA
Hexaware Technologies Ltd.(M) 1
Very Good
311.3 19.98% 7,754 439.0 201.7 25.99 15.25 3.74 13.53
PVR Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
1,242 15.98% 5,497 2,121 719.5 15.35 37.47 3.52 12.77
Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
138.8 11.00% 9,674 285.3 97.05 24.93 0.00 8.91 19.10
KIOCL Ltd(S) 3
Not Good
86.80 9.94% 4,910 145.0 46.35 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
The Indian Hotels Company Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
91.25 9.15% 9,942 164.1 62.10 6.36 20.98 2.17 15.68
KRBL Ltd.(S) 2
Somewhat
Good
228.1 8.96% 4,928 349.1 91.25 20.35 9.02 1.61 7.36
Aegis Logistics Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
196.4 7.91% 6,182 266.9 108.1 16.92 48.61 3.94 16.26
National Aluminium Company Ltd.(M) 3
Not Good
32.85 7.70% 5,690 51.50 24.45 16.46 21.15 0.56 0.75
Steel Authority Of India Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
33.40 7.40% 12,846 52.80 20.15 7.03 0.00 0.35 5.81
Canara Bank(M) 3
Not Good
104.3 7.36% 14,128 296.5 73.85 1.78 19.30 0.35 -
L&T Finance Holdings Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
62.20 6.96% 11,658 136.4 46.00 18.10 5.36 0.79 -
Indian Bank(M) 1
Very Good
53.90 6.94% 5,692 278.1 41.70 1.96 6.06 0.27 -
Dr. Lal Pathlabs Ltd.(M) 1
Very Good
1,641 6.94% 12,788 1,846 1,025 22.60 57.30 12.58 42.89
LIC Housing Finance Ltd.(M) 1
Very Good
262.0 6.87% 12,372 586.8 186.0 15.89 4.62 0.69 -
REC Ltd.(M) 1
Very Good
99.85 6.85% 18,456 169.6 79.00 17.31 3.23 0.48 -
Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
572.9 6.59% 8,561 638.6 230.0 7.17 39.38 3.32 29.63
Phoenix Mills Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
628.2 6.54% 9,049 979.5 466.2 11.73 17.52 2.45 12.80
Aditya Birla Capital Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
55.95 5.97% 12,745 115.3 37.45 6.58 12.32 1.03 -
IDFC First Bank Ltd.(M) 2
Somewhat
Good
24.25 5.90% 11,015 48.00 17.75 -11.23 0.00 0.72 -
Emami Ltd.(M) 1
Very Good
197.4 5.82% 8,468 357.0 140.8 15.18 25.21 4.07 11.50
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  • High Growth, high return – You can hope to find faster growing companies aided by growing industries. When chosen correctly they can provide a great stimulus to your portfolio return.
  • Underfollowed – Usually these companies have less analyst and investor following, allowing smart investors to grow their investment quickly.
  • Low liquidity, High Risk - Though they are less risky than small cap investments, they are still risky investments. They can fall as fast as they have risen up on a single negative sentiment. The low liquidity in some cases, will worsen the fall.
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