Multibagger stock: In the past year, the share price of Aditya Vision has increased by more than 100%. Nonetheless, this small-cap stock has previously provided outstanding returns to its stockholders. In the post-Covid recovery, this business with a market cap of 1800 crores rose from levels of 18 to 1,500 per share, giving its stockholders a return of around 8,250 percent over the past three years.
History of Aditya Vision share prices
Aditya Vision’s share price increased by close to 1.50 percent over the past month, moving in a range between sideways and positive territory. This multibagger company has lost around 2.50 percent so far this year, but in the past six months it has soared from about $1,385 to $1,500 per share, giving positional investors a about 8 percent return. The money of shareholders in this Bihar-based company, however, has doubled over the past year as it increased from about $710 to $1,500 per share, a rise of about 11%.
In the last two years, this multibagger stock has increased from about 190 to 1,500 per share levels, giving its stockholders a return of almost 700%. This small-cap multibagger stock has increased by 8,250 percent over the past three years, from levels of 18 to 1,500.
Influence on investment
Using the share price history of Aditya Vision as a guide, an investor who bought Rs. 1 lakh in this multibagger stock one month ago would have received Rs. 1.015 lakh in return today. Similarly, if a shareholder had invested Rs. 1 lakh in this small-cap company at the start of the new year in 2023, that amount would now be worth Rs. 97,500. Similar to this, if a shareholder had put $15,000 into this small-cap stock a year ago, that money would now be worth $2,10,000.
If an investor had invested ₹1 lakh in this multibagger stock two years ago, its ₹1 lakh would have changed to ₹8 lakh today. Similar to this, if a shareholder had put one lakh rupees into this multibagger small-cap firm three years ago, that amount would now be 83.50 lakh rupees.
Shares of Aditya Vision can only be traded on the BSE. The small-cap multibagger stock had a trade volume of 3,784 at the close on Friday, which indicates that the company has a tiny float. Its 52-week high per share is 1,845 and its 52-week low is 640.30. The PE multiple for the small-cap stock is 27.26, while the PE for the sector is 53.47. So, the stock’s valuations are relatively attractive when compared to those of its competitors, but the stock’s tiny float makes it perfect for high-risk traders.