From Rs 97 to Rs 443: This Group B multibagger delivered 344% returns in one year
An investment of Rs 1 lakh would’ve been Rs 4.4 lakh in this time frame.
KP Energy Limited is a balance of plant (BoP) solution provider for the Wind Energy industry. The company engages throughout the development process of wind farms, right from conceptualization until the commissioning of the project. The company undertakes projects principally in Gujarat.
Currently, the company is trading at a PE of 17.48x against the industry PE of 48.63x. The company has ROE and ROCE of 20.94% and 29.25%, respectively.
As per the June quarter, the company reported net sales of Rs 124.76 crore registering a gain of 515.71% as compared to Rs 20.26 crore reported in the same quarter the previous year. On a sequential basis, the top line grew by 15.98%. The PBIDT stood at Rs 17.20 crore a substantial growth of 280.93% from its previously reported Rs 4.51 crore. The PAT was reported at Rs 9.98 crore and it witnessed exceptional YoY growth of 606.01% as the PAT reported in Q1FY22 stood at Rs 1.41 crore. On a sequential basis, the bottom line grew by 84.02%.
The share price of the company has climbed significantly in one year. The stock that ended at Rs 97.55 on 7 September 2021, closed at Rs 443.15 on 7 September 2022, after hitting a 5% upper circuit and a fresh 52-week high. From Rs 97.55 to Rs 443.15 in one year, indicates a remarkable growth of 344%. The stock has a 52-week low of Rs 85.60. This multibagger definitely made its investors wealthy as an investment of 1 lakh would’ve turned 4.4 lakhs today.
On 8 September 2022, the shares of KP Energy Limited have again hit a 5% upper circuit and fresh 52-week high at Rs 465.30. At 11:41 am the stock has rallied by 4.37% and the scrip is trading at Rs 462.50.
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