FMCG Stocks In India

Podcast Duration: 05:28
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Iss podcast ka vishay hai FMCG stocks. Before buying a company’s stock, the more closely you can know the company, the better. Isleye investors stock khareedne se pehle comany ke past financial reports aur revenue models ki jaanch-partal karte hai. Some investors also like to try out the product or the service that the company offers. This is where FMCG stocks come into the picture - FMCG products har grocery store, supermarket, aur mall mein milte hai. A lot of the products you have at home are manufactured by companies that are trading on the stock market. Therefore, with FMSC stocks, retail investors can use the product before putting their money down for the company’s stock.

FMCG stands for Fast-Moving-Consumer Goods. Ye products kam daam par bik te hai, aur packaging ke baad lag-bag ek saal mein expire ho jaate hai. Aapke mirror ke saamne jo cosmetic products rakhe hai, washroom shelf mein jo toiletries rakhi hai, aur fridge mein jo sabjiya aur fruits rakhe hai - ye sab fast-moving consumer goods kehlate hai.

On the stock market, there are three types of companies - small-cap, medium-cap and large-cap. Jiss company ka market capital 5000 crore se kam hai, usse small-cap company kaha jaata hai. Jiss company ka market capital 5000 crore se zyada hai par 20,000 crore se kam hai, usse medium-cap company kaha jaata hai. Jiss company ka market capital 20,000 crore se zyada hai, usse large-cap company kaha jaata hai.

Large-cap companies mein invest karne ke kaafi faayede hote hai. Large-cap companies purane khiladi hai. Usually, ye companies 40-50 saal se bhi purani hoti hai. Inn companies ke baare mein kaafi historical data bhi available hai jo aap invest karne se pehle analyse kar sakte hai. The more information you have, the more informed your choices will be. These companies have a history of providing stable returns to their investors. Isleye agar aap investing start karne ka soch rahe hai, then large-cap FMCG companies may be the best place to start. First, these are trust-worthy companies with a long stock market history. Secondly, you can try out their products and services at a very nominal price before investing.

Now we will talk about 2 large-cap FMCG companies that have provided great value to shareholders over the years. Ye dhyan rakhiye ga ki ye stock recommendations nahi hai. We are using the following companies to demonstrate the thought process that should inform your investing choices.

So let’s look at the first company: Hindustan Unilever. Hindustan Unilever ka market capitalization almost 5 lac crores hai. 2005 mein Hindustan Unilever ka stock price sirf ₹150 tha - aaj Hindustan Unilever ka price ₹2250 hai. This shows the value of taking a long position in a reputed company and holding your position for years.

Hindustan Unilever ghar-ghar use hone waale products - jaise ki Dove, Lakme, Sunsilk, LifeBouy aur Surf Excel - banata hai. Hindustan Unilever ka Price to Earnings ratio 71 hai - that is, investors ke expectation ke mutabiq iss company ke earnings, aur market returns, badne waale hai.

Nestle ek doosra conglomerate hai jisne investors ko past mein impressive returns diye hai. In 2019, Nestle’s stock was worth ₹10,300. In 2020, Nestle’s stock climbed more than 5000 points - today, Nestle’s stock is worth more than ₹16,000. Rozana utaar-chadav toh hote rehte hai, but Nestle’s long-term gains make it an impressive market performer. Market performance dekhte waqt aap daily movements, weekly movements, annual movements aur 5-year movements dekh sakte hai. Ye podcast jab record hua, tab Nestle ke daily aur weekly movements red lines mein the - that is, the stock had decreased in value over the day and the week. However, the annual and the 5-year movements were in green. Isleye koii bhi stock ka performance judge karne se pehle ek timeframe decide karna important hai.

The goal of every Angel Broking Podcast is to help you better understand the world of financial markets. Sound investments are built on top of correct information and systematic analysis - and on this podcast, you can learn the right information and pick up analytic skills. Iss podcast mein bhi aapko 2 important takeaways mile: ek toh Price to Earnings ratio ko dekhna. A high Price to Earnings ratio means the investors expect the company to get higher returns in the future. Par ek aisi company jiska Price to Earning ratio kam hai - wo bhi ek acha investment ho sakti hai. A low price to earnings ratio means the stock can be undervalued - which is exactly the right time to make your investment.

Iss podcast ka doosra takeaway ye hai ki investment options ko judge karte waqt sahi timeframe chun na important hai.

चलिए, एंजेल ब्रोकिंग की तरफ से आपको आज के अलविदा. ये podcast शेयर करना ना भूलियेगा - याद रखियेगा की ज्ञान बाटने से बढ़ता है । और फिर अंत में तोह financial markets एक ऐसी university है जिसमे कोई professor नहीं, सब students ही है ।