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BHEL Stock Review – Nifty 50

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Stock NameBharat Heavy Electricals Ltd

Listed Exchange: NSE, BSE

NSE Code- BHEL

P/E or Price to Equity Ratio: 7.61

EPS or Earnings per Share: 21.82

P/B or Price to book value ratio: 1.34

Market Capitalization: Rs. 40,654.64 crore

Current Price on NSE – 165.45

52 Week Low – 100.15

52 Week High – 245.70

Our Review of BHEL Stock

BHEL is a Maharatna organization from Govt. of India. If you had invested in the stock in 2004, you would have invested at a level of 51. The stock has appreciated by more than 3 times in ten years.

Govt. holds major stake in the company which makes it a safer investment. ICICI and UTI mutual funds have huge investment in this stock.  It belongs to the infrastructure sector, which would be the key to India’s success in the future. We recommend a buy on this stock for long term.

  • R.Jambunathan

    Dear Author,
    The face value of the share in 2004 was Rs.10/-. However the face value was reduced to Rs.2/- some where in 2012. Of course the investors on the date were issued with five times of their holding at that time, However,the decline in value had started from that time. The investors who remain invested in the shares from 2009 are only getting negative returns.

    R.Jambunathan

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