These 5 Midcap Multibagger stocks gave returns up to 1100 percent- 1 Lakh turned up to Rs 12 Lakhs in 5 years

These 5 Midcap Multibagger stocks gave up to 1100% Returns – 1 Lakh turned up to Rs 12 Lakhs in 5 years

These 5 Midcap Multibagger stocks gave returns up to 1100 percent- 1 Lakh turned up to Rs 12 Lakhs in 5 yearsTop 5 Midcap Multibagger stocks gave returns up to 1100% – 1 Lakh turned up to Rs 12 Lakhs in 5 years


Midcap stocks are one of the best stocks to invest and grow your money in short, medium and long term. There are several midcap stocks that have turned to be blue chip stocks in short to medium term. However, identifying multibagger midcap stocks could be a challenge. One can check for consistent performing midcap stocks for medium to long term investment. Which are the Top 5 Midcap mutlbagger stocks that gave up to 1,100% returns in 5 years? Can we invest in these midcap multibagger stocks now?

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What are midcap stocks?

Midcap stocks are classified between 101st  to 250th companies in term of market capitalization. Many midcap multibagger stocks have turned into blue chip companies / large cap stocks in the medium to long term. However, midcap segment is considered as high risk too.

5 Midcap Multibagger stocks – Returns up to 1100% – 1 Lakh turned 12 Lakhs in 5 years


Here are the top midcap stocks that gave up to 1,100% returns in the last 5 years.

#1 – Adani Transmission – 1,100% returns in last 5 years

#2 – Manappuram Finance – 570% returns in last 5 years

#3 – Muthoot Finance – 540% returns in last 5 years

#4 – Adani Enterprise – 500% returns in last 5 years

#5 – Biocon – 480% returns in last 5 years

5 Midcap stocks – Returns up to 1100%  – Detailed View


Now let us check more details about company, financial performance, share price movements etc., This would help investors to take decision to invest or to avoid.

#1 – Adani Transmission – 1,100% Returns in last 5 years

Adani Transmission Limited is an electric power transmission company headquartered in Ahmedabad. Currently, it is one of the largest private sector power transmission companies operating in India.

Positive Factors

Adani transmission has strong financials.

It’s generating strong revenue and profit growth in the last 5 years. Its revenues were at Rs 2,197 Crores in 2016 Vs Rs 11,415 Crores in FY2020.

Its book value per share is increasing in the last 2 years.

FIIs and FPIs have increased their stake in this company.

Risk Factors

Growing costs year on year.

Its revenues and margins for Qtr ending Sep-2020 have declined by 17% and 7% respective (YoY).

Company has high and increasing debt

Domestic MFs have recently reduced the investments in this stock

Share Price Performance of Adani Transmission

5 Year Returns – 1,100%. If one would have invested Rs 1 Lakh 5 years back, their investment would have now grown to Rs 12 Lakhs (1 Lakh investment + 11 Lakhs Profit)

1 Year Returns – 27%

1 Month Returns – 31%

The share price movement in the last 1 year has come majorly in the last 1 month. One can wait and watch as its financials for last Qtr were on declining mode.

#2 – Manappuram Finance – 570% Returns in last 5 years

Manappuram Finance is a Kerela based NBFC (Non Banking Financial Comapany) that provides Gold Loans in India.

Positive Factors

It’s generating strong revenue and profit growth in the last 5 years.

Its consolidated revenues were at Rs 2,360 Crores in FY2016 Vs Rs 5,465 Crores in FY2020.

Rising net cash flow, decreasing promoters pledge and increased shareholding by FII/FPIs is making its shares attractive.

Risk Factors

Its revenue and margins for the Qtr ending Sep-2020 has fallen due to covid-19 impact.

Declining cash flows from operations is a concern

Company with increased debt

Promoters decreasing their shareholding

MFs have reduced the shareholdings in last Qtr.

Share Price Performance of Manappuram Finance

5 Year Returns – 570%. If one would have invested Rs 1 Lakh 5 years back, their investment would have now grown to Rs 6.7 Lakhs (1 Lakh investment + 5.7 Lakhs Profit)

1 Year Returns – minus 2%

1 Month Returns – 6%

Manappuram Finance recent quarterly results indicate a fall in revenue and margins. While we know all businesses are getting due to covid, one can prefer Muthoot finance over Manappuram finance for equity investments.

#3 – Muthoot Finance – 540% Returns in last 5 years

Muthoot Finance Ltd. is the largest gold loan NBFC in India. In addition to financing gold transactions, the company offers foreign exchange services, money transfers, wealth management services, travel and tourism services, and sells gold coins.

Positive Factors

It’s generating strong revenue and profit growth in the last 5 years.

Its consolidated revenues were at Rs 4,919 Crores in 2016 Vs Rs 9,683 Crores in FY2020.

Its book value per share is increasing in the last 2 years.

Rising net cash flow, improved margins, zeroes promoters pledge making its shares attractive.

Risk Factors

Declining cash flows are a concern

Promoter’s share holding decreasing

Share Price Performance of Muthoot Finance

5 Year Returns – 540%. If one would have invested Rs 1 Lakh 5 years back, their investment would have now grown to Rs 6.4 Lakhs (1 Lakh investment + 5.4 Lakhs Profit)

1 Year Returns – 64%

1 Month Returns – 0.3%

Muthoot Finance is one of the consistent growing companies in the last 5 years. We expect such stocks would provide moderate to high returns in the short term to medium term.

#4 – Adani Enterprise – 500% Returns in last 5 years

Adani Group, is an Indian multinational conglomerate company based out of Ahmedabad. It was founded by Gautam Adani in 1988 as a commodity trading business, with the flagship company Adani Enterprises Limited. Its other businesses got demerged and currently its focused on building infrastructure for Airports, Roads, Water, Data Centre and Solar manufacturing.

Positive Factors

It’s generating strong revenue and margin growth in the last 5 years.

Its standalone  revenues were at Rs 8,148 Crores in 2016 Vs Rs 16,208 Crores in FY2020.

Its growth in profits, decreasing promoters pledge and FII/FPIs increase in stake is making such stock attractive.

Risk Factors

There is degrowth in the revenue and profits in the last few quarters.

Mutual funds have reduced their shareholdings in the last Qtr.

Share Price Performance of Adani Enterprises

5 Year Returns – 495%. If one would have invested Rs 1 Lakh 5 years back, their investment would have now grown to Rs 5.95 Lakhs (1 Lakh investment + 4.95 Lakhs Profit)

1 Year Returns – 114%

1 Month Returns – 23%

Degrowth in the revenue and margins in the last few quarters is a major concern, one should wait and watch such companies.

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#5 – Biocon – 480% Returns in last 5 years

Biocon is a Bangalore based pharmaceutical company in India. Biocon is an innovation led fully integrated biopharmaceutical company that developes affordable biosimilars, novel biologics & complex APIs. The Company manufactures generic active pharmaceutical ingredients that are sold in over 120 countries across the globe, including the developed markets of the United States and Europe.

Positive Factors

It’s generating strong revenue and margin growth in the last 5 years.

Its consolidated revenues were at Rs 3,347 Crores in 2016 Vs Rs 6,367 Crores in FY2020.

Improvement in margins, improving cash flows, low debt, zero promoters pledge and increase in share holdings by FPI/FIIs is making this stock attractive.

Risk Factors

Decline in margins in the last 3 quarters.

Recent results indicate declining in operating margin and net margin.

Mutual funds have reduced their shareholdings in the last Qtr.

Share Price Performance of Biocon

5 Year Returns – 480%. If one would have invested Rs 1 Lakh 5 years back, their investment would have now grown to Rs 5.8 Lakhs (1 Lakh investment + 4.8 Lakhs Profit)

1 Year Returns – 56%

1 Month Returns – 8%

Its recent fall in margins is a major concern, one need to wait and watch such companies.

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Suresh KP

7 thoughts on “These 5 Midcap Multibagger stocks gave up to 1100% Returns – 1 Lakh turned up to Rs 12 Lakhs in 5 years”

  1. Hi Suresh,
    what should be our cut off or thumb rule to decide to sell a stock?
    I have an ardent follower of your website. Very helpful indeed.

    1. Hello Veena, Thee is nothing like cut-off in bull market. If you put a goal of 50%, consider that as cut-off. If you just want to invest for 3 to 5 years, that could be considered as a goal as we do not know whether stock would rise 100% or 1000% in 3 to 5 years time frame

  2. I have been investing in shares for long, although my earnings was not good earlier, am now doing bit satisfactorily. I need some tips for better investments.

    1. D R Rao, There is no hard and fast rule on how you filter the stocks. These needs to be picked up right time. Keep checking our articles and one should do their own analysis and come back and invest at right time. e.g. Reliance fallen to 750 during Apr-20, everyone knows it would bounce back and bluechip stock, hence investing in quality stocks on every dip can always reward investors.

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