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Best & Worst Stocks of 2011-12

As we enter a new financial year (2012-13 or FY13), here’s a look back at the best and worst performing stocks from across sectors in FY12, including the ones from my personal portfolio.

As you will see below, FMCG stocks closed FY12 as the best performers, while Metal stocks were the worst performers.











Do you own any stock(s) from among the ones mentioned above?

Whether yes or no, how did your stocks performed during FY12, and what do you expect of them during FY13? Let me know in the Comments section below.

Note: Source of all data for above graphs is Ace Equity

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Vishal Khandelwal is the founder of Safal Niveshak. He works with small investors to help them become smart and independent in their stock market investing decisions. He is a SEBI registered Research Analyst. Connect with Vishal on Twitter.

Comments

  1. shankar patil says:

    None of the above….:-(
    And none of my stocks are doing good..
    But have plans of gradually replacing those dead stocks with potential ones.

  2. Mansoor says:

    Hi Vishal, I hold the following stocks from the above list.
    SBI, Crompton Greaves, Infosys, Piramal Healthcare, Hindalco and SAIL among others. Since most of my investments are recent, less than six months, most of them are giving positive returns but not great returns. They are around 10-30% positive. Only Dena Bank is one stock that is about 50% on the green side. Couple of the stocks are on the red side as well but overall I am trying to make a good portfolio keeping a long term view on them but I missed the 2008 fall train. Keeping a watch for another such opportunity.

  3. Nakul Gupta says:

    Hi Vishal,

    Whats your take on IDFC. I have been holding this since the past one year and its still 15-20% down.

  4. Mansoor says:

    Also, do an article on Ace Equity. Seems like a good software to invest on. Is there a trial version to check it out for a week or so?

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