5 Successful Indian Share Market Investors

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Having an inspirational figure in mind helps us excel in our respective professional fields as we try to follow them. The investors have their inspirational heroes too. Not only the international faces like Warren Buffett and Philip Fisher, but many Indian share market investors are also the dream hero of many.

Not talking about the short-term fake stock marketers like Harshad Mehta and Ketan Parekh, but some Indian fund managers have been able to create a unique way of investing, making them the star performers. Let’s talk about some successful investors in India.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

The first name that comes to our mind as we talk about the famous Indian investor is undoubtedly Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. Also known as, India’s Warren Buffet, he is a CA and the best fund manager in India. He is also a Film Producer and a trader. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s updated holding value is more than Rs 10,000 crore. The name of the investment firm of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is Rare Enterprise. Since the beginning of his career, he has a risk and reward taking ability. He has a far-sighted imagination which has heled him earn huge profits.

Ramesh Damani

The net worth of Ramesh Damani is around 800 Crores. He is the Founder of Ramesh Damani Finance Pvt Ltd. Ramesh Damani is also called as the investment guru and is followed by many people. He began started his career in 1990 as a stock broker when Sensex was as low as on 600 points. Stock investing runs in his blood, as his father was also a successful Indian share market player. He has got 100 times return on his investment in Infosys.

Nimesh Shah

Nimesh Shah is the founder of the broking firm Enam. When the Indian stock market talks about a well-researched investor, his name tops the chart. He is a follower of the bottom-up approach to invest. He also researches all about the company and its competitors before he puts his bet. He is the one who is attributed to bailing Infosys when the IPO of the company has fallen flat.

Radhakishan Damani

Another god of investing is Radhakishan Damani. He became famous when his company DMart, one of the most successful retail, launched its initial public offering or an IPO. He is a silent investor in the stock market and keeps away from the lime light. Like Nimesh Shah, RK Damani also follows the bottom-up approach. He researches every company minutely. He has been investing in almost all the blue-chip companies of the country.

Ramdeo Agrawal

Ramdeo Agrawal is best known as a co-promoter of Motilal Oswal, one of the largest Indian broking firm. Warren Buffett is his idol, and he follows a similar strategy in investing his stocks. He prefers a concentrated approach to investing and invests when the stock has a strong performance track record. Another feather on the cap of Agrawal is that he had managed one of the most successful PMS in the country before it was given to an asset management company led by him.

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