Unlisted Shares | Top Performing Unlisted Shares

Top Performing Unlisted Stocks?

Unlisted Shares | Top Performing Unlisted Shares

Its the most common question that is asked by investors.. Everyone wants to know the companies which are performing well & provide strength to their portfolio. Do you know Unlisted segment is 100x bigger than listed market ??  Rather, it remains undisclosed and trading of such shares is done on the over the counter (OTC) market. The buying and selling of these unlisted stocks in the OTC market are done with the help of market makers or dealers. Unlisted shares are usually issued by smaller or new firms that cannot or do not wish to comply with the listing requirements like market capitalization thresholds or payment of listing fees. Since they are not exchange-traded, unlisted securities are often less liquid than listed securities.

Fact: Unlisted shares performs 2 times better than listed shares

A few companies which have top-performing unlisted shares also known as “Forever Stocks” in the market are

5. HDB Financial Services unlisted shares.

A Subsidiary of HDFC BANK , it’s a NBFC Company providing various financial products. Generally trades between a range of 580-1225 is a volatile stock having high liquidity. But, the financials are also volatile now. Company has given negative growth in last 3 quarters. (Continue Reading…

Hero Fincorp Limited unlisted shares/ Hero Fincorp Shares

A HERO GROUP professionally managed company that offers the simplest and most accessible financial services solutions. A NBFC Company having AUM of 22000 Crores + have a good CAGR for both revenue as well as profits. Hero Fincorp generally trades between a range of 800-1100 , is a less volatile share having good liquidity. Company is regularly paying dividends (Continue Reading..)

3. Reliance Retail Limited unlisted shares.

At Rank 3, is the retail initiative of the Reliance group and is central to consumer-facing businesses. It has forged a strong bond with millions of customers in a very short time with the use of unmatched experience. Though it has low EPS, but still its a charm of various HNI’s in Mumbai. It generally trades between 400-1600 makes it a highly volatile stock, but its on a continuous rise from last 6 months. (Continue Reading..)

2. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Cricket Limited unlisted shares.

Company with million of fans makes Chennai Super Kings Cricket LTD (CSK) a very fancy scrip among all unlisted shares brings it to Rank 2 on our list. Its a highly liquid stock that trades in the range between 30-85 & expected to cross 100 levels in the near future (as per most of the dealers). Famous investor Mr. Radha Krishan Damani (Owner of DMART) has increased his stake in Chennai Super Kings Shares. (Continue Reading..)

1. Studds Accessories Limited unlisted shares.

World’s largest Helmet manufacturer & most promising company in Unlisted segment brings it to Rank 1 on our list . Known for its best corporate governance & investor friendliness makes it the most favorite Stock of almost all investors. It has the highest CAGR among all unlisted shares. 5 year PAT CAGR is around 49%. (Continue reading..)

Unlisted segment is becoming popular day by day because of its promising returns to investors. Lot of institutions are also attracted towards the segment as they get good deals at Pre-IPO Stage. Just few days ago, Famous Investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said ” My Unlisted Shares has given me more returns the listed shares”

The main reason behind is they are investing at the growth stage & taking exit at the time of listing. No of investors investing in Unlisted segment has grown multifold in last 2 years. But, it doesn’t claim that all unlisted shares are good. Some stocks which are fundamentally weak & are non promising must be avoided.

Must Read : 3 Unlisted Shares to Sell or Avoid in 2021 !! (2 min read..)

Manish Mittal


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1 thought on “Top Performing Unlisted Stocks?”

  1. Aw, this was a very good post. Taking the time and actual effort to make a superb article… but what can I say… I procrastinate a lot and never seem to get anything done.

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