InvestorQ : which are growing sectors in India for long term investments suggest some companies
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which are growing sectors in India for long term investments suggest some companies

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simran Kaur answered.
1 year ago


We are currently in a very difficult market and you will have to take a slightly longer-term perspective of over 1 year to make profits from these levels. Here are 3 such sectors you can look with specific stock ideas.
Firstly, look at consumption stories. They may be under pressure but it is still one sector where spending is going to happen in the coming quarters. Even as Indians are putting off spending on consumer durables, the demand for perishables is on. Food companies like Britannia and Hindustan Unilever may be good buys in this story.

PSU banks are seeing a smart turnaround with more capital support from the government and also better recoveries of past losses. Considering their valuations at less than 1 time P/Book, they are good buying ideas. You can look to accumulate stocks like SBI and Bank of Baroda at current prices.

Lastly, the one sector that can see a turnaround after a long time is the capital goods sector. With easy liquidity and lower rates promised by the RBI, the government investment plans could finally bear fruit. We like capital goods companies with a strong defense franchise like L&T and Bharat Dynamics.

You can take your pick from any of these stocks but please take a slightly longer-term view for these stocks to bear fruit for you.


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AR Kadam answered.
10 months ago


India is growing economy with young population. All sectors needs to grow if India as country has to develop but you cannot buy all companies in all sectors so you need to be very selective while selecting the companies and constantly keep on reading on the various sectors. Change in technology may boost one company but may affect the others.

eg. 4G technology in telecom made other companies sustainability difficult as they didn't change with the time. Similarly any such change in any other sector may affect the some companies but the company who is prepared can move ahead of others.

You also need to select companies with good management


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10 months ago


Infrastructure is a good sector as there will always be demand for housing and big projects Cement and Steel companies like Tata or Essar are good over long term at present date


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Deep Shah answered.
7 months ago


According to me , Looking to the valuations of companies, one can select Pharma sector for long term investment. Following are the companies in which you can invest:
1. Cadila Healthcare
2. Aurobindo Pharma
3. Sun Pharma


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rahul kothari answered.
9 months ago


Auto sector will be the best for long term investment
Also the infrastructure sector will be also good
(larsen )


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Tejas Savla answered.
6 months ago


Considering the impact of Coronavirus and lockdown scenarios in India, the stock market has undergone significant correction. It may or may not correct a lot from this position, and the time is right for investors to identify sectors and start investing small amounts in specific stocks from a long term perspective. Some of the sectors that are likely to do well in the long term are as under: 1.Pharma sector This is a sector that had undergone plenty of correction in recent years and it has remained solid even amidst the carnage in the stock market during this Covid-19 phase. One can have a look at stocks like IPCA, Sanofi, etc. as this sector is likely to boom once the vaccine for the virus is found, and even after Covid-19 as people are likely to take more precautions with any kinds of illnesses or diseases. 2.Paints sector

The low crude oil prices are supposed to benefit this sector a great deal. And some stocks to watch out for could be Asian Paints and Kansai Nerolac.

3.FMCG sector

Another sector that will benefit from low crude oil prices will be FMCG as many of them use oil and related derivatives in their products. Also, post Covid-19 period, majority of the population is likely to focus more on hygienic products and healthy food products, which will give a surge in demand for the FMCG products. Few good stocks for long term could be Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Healthcare Ltd., Marico, Dabur, Britannia, etc.


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SUMIT answered.
7 months ago


In My Opinion Many Sector Like
1. Tourism Sector
2. Water Refinery Sectors
3. And Other Purification Sectors will To good I future


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param answered.
6 months ago


FMCG & IT .....it's good


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5 months ago


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Prasanna answered.
5 months ago


According to me , adani green energy will be best .because in Paris ,India made announcement that India will generated 175GW by 2022.also considering to doubling target to 450GW by 2022 .Indian government set a target that by 2027 57% of electricity capacity is generated by renewable energy .so there is a huge potential and enormous growth in this sector .

Adani green is leading company in this sector .in last quarter company also made profit until then it is in loss . as of 2020 6GW (including under construction) power is generated by this company and aiming for 25GW to 2025.companydevelops,builds,owns,operates and maintains grid connect solar and wind farm projects.company supplies the generated electricity to central and state government entities and government backed corporations and long term power purchase agreements (PPA) of 25 years.

As natural resources are depleting day by day ,so alternative will be renewable energy. company can also make global expansion so keep eye on this company and sector .

In this crisis also adani green is near 52 week high .


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Dinesh C Nagpal answered.
2 months ago


The PHARMA sector after 4 years of correction turned sharply this year. Has been a rank outperformer. any dip would be another opportunity to invest, The other sector which looks very attractive on dips via systematic investment is the METAL sector which has shown a turnaround after 8 years of downtrend cycle


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5 months ago


There has apportunity to that our Indian companies such as RELIANCE, BHEL, SHRIRAM TRANSPORT FINANCE . TATA MOTORS, from banking sectors INDUSIND BANK, SBI, AXIS BANK


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AR Kadam answered.
2 months ago


India is developing country and there is lot of scope of improvement in all sectors....so if you have long term investment goal then you should invest in all sectors....rather than focusing on sectors you can invest in Multicaps / Large & Midcaps Diversified Mutual funds via SIP. If you still want to go for companies you can invest in Nifty ETF which comprises of Top 50 Companies of India.

Please consult your financial advisor for details and risk analysis.