Ten Stocks have given returns from 10 years consistently
20 Jan 2016
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Buying stocks that can rise multifold in a short period is every investor's dream. But it is not easy to spot such stocks. Of all the companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange, only 13 have given positive returns in all years since 2004 except for the year 2008 due to global financial crisis.

1) Supreme Industries
The company is one of India's largest plastic processors. It has been growing at a fast pace for the past 10 years due to steady rise in the proportion of value-added products in the portfolio and expansion of the distribution and production network (it has 2,000 channel partners). The operating profit margin of value-added products is more than 17%.

The stock has risen 2854% times between 31 December 2003 (Rs 22) and 31 December 2015 (Rs 650).

The company, say experts, looks like a good bet considering its history of efficient capital allocation, excellent distribution network, good brand recall, decent record of developing products and an innovative product line-up.

Its current price - Rs 650
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 25.38, Its industry average is 30.07
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 25.65
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 8,268.18
2) Crisil
Crisil has been giving huge returns to investors for the past 10 years primarily due to its robust business model. It has been able to successfully diversify into the non-rating business with a series of acquisitions.

CRISIL's RoE (Return on Equity) has almost doubled from 20% to 40% in the past ten years. Moreover, it has been paying good dividends. Growth in revenue and net profit has been consistently high.
The stock rose 3354% between 31 December 2003 (Rs 55) and 31 December 2015 (Rs 1,900). In 2008, it had fallen 32.9%.

Share buyback, high dividend payouts, inorganic growth, robust business model, backing of a foreign parent and high return ratios have been driving the stock for the last 10 years

Its current price - Rs 1817
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 60.31, Its industry average is 42.62
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 30.14
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 12,943.68

3) La Opala Rg
La Opala was set up in 1988. In 1999, Radha Glass and La Opala merged to become La Opala RG. The company makes glass and glass products. It exports 85% of its crystal ware production.

Factors driving growth are urbanisation, rising demand for branded kitchenware and increasing competitiveness of Indian products against imports from China. The exceptional returns of the past decade are a function of strong earnings growth and valuation re-rating

The stock price was Rs 10 in the year 2004 and 31 December 2015 closing price was around Rs 600. 
The stock returned 47.7% a year on an average between 2003 and 2013.
Taking into consideration its current valuations it looks expensive.

Its current price - Rs 549
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 62.42, Its industry average is 48.22
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 8.80
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 3,048.06
4) Cera Sanitaryware
Consumer spending in India has been rising at a scorching pace over the last 10 years. This is reflected in the top line and operating performance of Cera Sanitaryware.

Its stock rose by 54.5% a year on an average for the last 10 years -2003 to 2013
The stock price rose from around Rs 10 on 31 December 2003 to Rs 2000 on 31 December 2015.  The stock has risen sharply in the past two-three years

Its current price - Rs 1792
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 45.19, Its industry average is 37.23
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 39.67
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 3,246.11
Bosch is a leading supplier of technology and services in the areas of automotive/industrial technology, consumer goods and building technology. Its stock has been rising by 20% a year on an average for the last 10 years (2003 to 2013). It was at Rs 10,087 on 31 December 2013.

Bosch, a global leader in diesel fuel injection technology, commands 80% share of the domestic diesel systems market. In this it has been helped by fast growth in demand for tractors and commercial vehicles and introduction of the anti-lock braking technology in 2010. Other factors are pricing power in fuel injection systems and spark plugs, rising demand for diesel vehicles (55% sales in 2012-13), wide product portfolio which insulates the company from cyclical factors and long relationship with major original equipment makers. Also, the non-auto business grew 20% a year between 2011 and 2013.
Bosch recently launched the energy solutions business, which signals intent to expand the non-auto business.

The stock price rose from around Rs 1600 on 31 December 2003 to Rs 18,500 on 31 December 2015.

Its current price - Rs 17,844
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 53.4, Its industry average is 39.91
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 333.59
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 55,929.29
6) Bata India
The stock has given a return of 33% a year on an average for the past 10 years.
The stock price rose from around Rs 40 in 2005 to Rs 500 on 31 December 2015.

Its current price - Rs 457
Its current PE (price to earning ratio) is 24.51, Its industry average is 31.92
Its Trailing EPS (Earning per share) is 18.65
MARKET CAP (RS CR) - 5,875.64
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