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Best + Worst Performers in the Bear Market Rally

May 2, 2009

With the Sensex strong 35% rally from the 9th March low, 15 of the BSE-100 stocks in our coverage are within 10% of their 52 week high. As expected in a liquidity driven rally, asset plays, deep cyclicals and highly geared companies dominate the list.

We present to you the best and the Worst Performers in the recent bear market rally starting from March-9th.

Stock: Appreciation in %ge
HDIL 119.3
Deccan Chronicle 118.8
Jaiprakash Associates 97
JSW Steel 93.2
Axis Bank 88.9
Unitech 73.2
Suzlon Energy 73.1
Hindustan Times 72.1
Tata Motors 70.3
Bank of Baroda 68
Pantaloon Retail 67.2
ICICI Bank 67.1
Punj Lloyd 62.8
DLF Ltd 62.1
Jet Airways 58.6
Educomp Solutions 57.8
Petronet LNG 57.5
Reliance Communication 56.9
Sterlite Industries 56.8
Punjab National Bank 55.8
Larsen & Toubro 55.3
Tata Steel 53.8
Wipro 53.3
Reliance Petroleum 52
Reliance Infrastructure 50.6
Reliance Industries 50.5

And the worst-performers in the BSE-100 are as follows
Glaxo Smithkline (0.9)
Powergrid 1.5
Titan 1.8
Nalco 3.5
Hind Unilever 4.0
Apollo Hospitals 4.6
NTPC 5.0
BPCL 8.4 and
Indian Oil 10

Except Glaxo Smithkline which has fallen by 0.9% others managed to arrest the downfall but have hardly appreciated.

Comments

2 Responses to “Best + Worst Performers in the Bear Market Rally”

  1. sid on May 4th, 2009 2:10 PM

    Dear Author
    has the market really recovered ? did the retail investors missed the rally again ?

    or it this a small bull rally ( 8k-12K sensex) within a big crash ( 21 K – 8K sensex )?

    Regards
    SidharthaDutta@yahoo.com

  2. Webmaster on May 4th, 2009 3:58 PM

    Indeed, it seems we missed the rally as Nifty is consistently closing above 200 DMA and may not crack below. Able to deploy 25% of surplus cash [using the 10% BUY on Dips theory] and Mutual Fund SIPs have continued. Should have been satisfied if at least 50% of CASH could have deployed but there is no end to Greed 🙂

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