Now, Just Imagine...
Take a wild guess?
Let us look at the real example.
If you have subscribed for 100 shares of "X" company with a face value of Rs. 100 in 1980.
• In 1981 company declared 1:1 bonus = you have 200 shares
In 2010, you have whopping 9.6 million shares of the company.
Any guess about the company?
(Hint: It’s an Indian IT Company)
Any guess about the present valuation of Rs. 10,000 invested in 1980?
The company which has made fortune of millions is "WIPRO" with present valuation of 450+ crores (excluding dividend payments) for Rs. 10,000 invested in 1980.
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- 10 Key Investing Mantra’s
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- Your Investment Profile & Risk Tolerance
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- Investing Risks Vs Rewards
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- The Bulls, The Bears & The Farm
- Stock Investing & The Age Factor
- Don’t Count on Stocks for Short Term Goals
- Characteristics of Successful Investors
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