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Top Gainers and Losers In The Stock Market : 2022

16 June 2022

People generally assess their personal, professional, and financial lives using multiple parameters that they have established for themselves. The Sensex fell by 2.68% or 1,456.74 points, to 52,846.70, while the Nifty dropped by 2.64% or 27.40 points, to 15,774.40. Real estate and capital goods were also among the sectors that saw selling, while the Mid-Cap and Small-Cap variables also ceased in the red.

In this blog, we have put together a list of the Gainers and Losers in the Stock Market in 2022.

Top Gainers and Losers in the Stock Market

S.No.

Top Gainers

Top Losers

1.

Chennai Petroleum Corporation

Mastek Ltd.

2.

APL Apollo Tubes

Tata Communications

3.

DCM Shriram Industries

Canara Bank

4.

Affle (India)

Phoenix Mills

5.

Raymond

Delta Corp

Factors to Remember Before Investing in the above-mentioned Stocks

  • The stocks with the largest percentage price increases over a given time period are considered top gainers. Top gainers are the stocks that have increased the most for the chosen time period in terms of percentage. It displays a list of the stocks that have increased the most relative to their most recent closing prices in percent terms.
  • Top losers are the stocks that have experienced a percentage decline over the chosen time frame. Top losers are the stocks that have dropped the most over the chosen time period in terms of percentage. It displays a list of the stocks that have decreased the most, in percentage terms, from their most recent closing prices.
  • The shift in stock prices determines who wins and who loses. The stock is on the winning side if its price rises, and on the losing side if it falls.
  • The order of the winners and losers is determined by the percentage of price change. The item at the top of the list will have the greatest price increase percentage. The loser will be the party with the lowest price change percentage.

Performance Overview of the Top Losers and Gainers Stocks of 2022

Let us have a look at the performance overview of the top losers and gainers in NSE in 2022.

Top Gainers

1) Chennai Petroleum Corporation

Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited is an India-based company that operates in the downstream petroleum sector. Recently, Chennai Petroleum has soared up to 19% on the strong business outlook.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Chennai Petro Corp stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Chennai Petro Corp are Rs.7417.85 and Rs.794.45 as of 15 Jun '22.

2) APL Apollo Tubes

APL Apollo Tubes Limited is a steel tube manufacturer and was often on the list of the top gainers stocks today. The Company is engaged in the business of production of electric resistance welded (ERW) steel tubes and pipes.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which an APL Apollo Tubes stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of APL Apollo Tubes are Rs.71,114.55 and Rs.702.50 as of 15 Jun '22.

3) DCM Shriram Industries

DCM Shriram Industries Limited is an India-based holding company. The Company through its subsidiary is primarily engaged in the production and sale of sugar, alcohol, power, chemicals, and industrial fiber.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a DCM Shriram Industries stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of DCM Shriram Industries are Rs.7125.90 and Rs.79.90 as of 15 Jun '22.

4) Affle (India)

Affle (India) Limited is an India-based global technology company, which offers a consumer intelligence platform that delivers consumer recommendations and conversions through relevant mobile advertising for brands and business-to-consumer companies globally.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which an Affle (India) stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Affle (India) is Rs.71,511.00 and Rs.763.02 as of 15 Jun '22

5) Raymond

Raymond Limited is an India-based integrated suiting manufacturer that offers end-to-end solutions for fabrics and garments. Its segments include Textile, Apparel, Garments, Tools and Hardware, Auto Components, Real Estate and Development of Property; and Others, which includes non-scheduled airline operations.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Raymond stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high/low of Raymond is Rs.1,278.75 and Rs.389.95 as of 15 Jun'22.

Top Losers

1) Mastek Ltd.

Mastek Limited is an India-based enterprise digital transformation specialist. The Company is a provider of vertically focused enterprise technology solutions. Its segments include UK & Europe operations, North America operations, Middle East, and Others. It carries out its operations in India and has its software development centers in India.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Mastek stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Mastek are Rs.3,669.00 and Rs.2,000.00 as of 15 Jun '22.

2) Tata Communications

Tata Communications Limited is an India-based company that is primarily engaged in the business of providing international telecommunications services. The Company's segments include Voice Solutions (VS), Data and Managed Services (DMS), and Real Estate (RE). The VS segment includes international and national long-distance voice services.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Tata Communications stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Tata Communications are Rs.1,591.95 and Rs.856.25 as of 15 Jun '22.

3) Canara Bank

Canara Bank Ltd. is an India-based bank. The Bank's segments include Treasury Operations, Retail Banking Operations, Wholesale Banking Operations, Life Insurance Operations, and Other Banking Operations. It has approximately 10,416 domestic branches.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Canara Bank stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Canara Bank are Rs.272.80 and Rs.141.45 as of 15 Jun '22. 

4) Phoenix Mills

Phoenix Mills Limited is an India-based real estate development company. The Company is engaged in the development and leasing of commercial and retail space. It operates in two segments: Property and related services and Hospitality.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a The Phoenix Mills stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of The Phoenix Mills are Rs.71,198.70 and Rs.789.00 as of 15 Jun '22.

5) Delta Corp

Delta Corp Limited is an India-based holding company that is engaged in the casino (live, electronic and online) gaming industry in India.

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a Delta Corp stock has traded during that given time period (similar to 1 year) and is considered a technical indicator. The 52-week high and low of Delta Corp are Rs.339.70 and Rs.165.00 as of 15 Jun '22.

Also, for a day to day information about the top gainers in BSE today, visit Top Gainers.

And top losers share today, visit Top Losers.

Conclusion

The stocks and companies discussed here are in no way recommendations. From a wide universe of listed companies, these are some stocks that were in the news during the last year and made money for their investors. Some stocks, on the other hand, failed to meet the investors’ expectations.

For some investors, stock selection is uplifting, for some, getting it right is therapeutic, for others, it is about ‘always winning’. Whatever the reason is for selecting a particular stock, returns drive the whole process.

Everyone is in it for wealth creation. When an investor has decided to get into the market arena, apart from the company’s performance, it is the homework, research, patience, grit, and luck that is at play.

From a company selection perspective, some of the aspects for identifying multibagger stocks can be listed as-

  • Positive and strong profitability ratios
  • High-quality business
  • Well-known brand
  • Superb management
  • Has sustainable long term long-term or ‘Moat’
  • Sound valuation

Even while looking for the next best idea, it is always prudent to include some high-quality stocks in the portfolio. As 2022 has proved once again - quality trumps others when markets are indecisive or are constantly going down due to micro or macro factors.

An outperformer should keep the investor grounded and should act as a motivator for identifying winning qualities of the particular company for replicating its success. An underperformer, at the same time, should make the investor cautious and more focused.

Happy Investing!

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Research Analyst - Bavadharini KS

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