The shares are available for trading on both NSE and BSE. But, earlier it was available only on BSE. It was made available for trading on NSE in November 2007.
1 lakh investors become ₹ 9.44 crore, Vijay Kedia also shares
Vijay Kedia Portfolio Stock:
The money is not in buying and selling shares but in waiting. So, if a person is investing in stocks, he should have an investment plan for the longest duration. The Cera Sanitaryware share price is a living example of this. The share of Vijay Kedia has soared from ₹10 to ₹4,725 on BSE in the last two decades. That is, in this period, this stock has increased by 47,150 percent.
Cera Sanitaryware Share Price History
This stock included in Vijay Kedia’s portfolio has been under selling pressure for the past one year. It has returned just 2 per cent to its shareholders in the last one year, while it has grown from about ₹ 2,735 to ₹ 4,725 in the last 5 years.
A growth of about 75 percent has been registered during this period. It has grown from around ₹300 to ₹4,725 on the BSE in the last 10 years, returning nearly 1,475 per cent to its shareholders over the past decade.
Similarly, over the last 15 years, this multibagger stock has risen by nearly ₹70 to ₹4,725, registering a growth of nearly 6,650 percent over the past decade and a half. Similarly, this multibagger stock has increased from ₹10 per level to ₹4,725 in the last two decades, i.e. 20 years. It has given a return of ₹47,150 per cent in this period.
understand the amount
If an investor had invested ₹1 lakh in this stock a year ago, his ₹1 lakh would have become ₹1.75 lakh today. Similarly, if an investor had invested ₹1 lakh in this stock 10 years ago, it would have become ₹15.75 lakh today.
If an investor had invested ₹1 lakh in this stock 15 years ago, his ₹1 lakh would have become ₹1.34 crore. However, if an investor had invested ₹1 lakh in this stock 20 years ago, his ₹1 lakh would have turned into ₹9.44 crore today.