FPI ownership in NSE stocks decreased in Q1, know what should be your investment strategy

Data available on primeinfobase.com shows that the holding of Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) in companies listed on NSE declined by 22.46 per cent for the quarter ended March 31, 2021 to 21.66 per cent in the quarter ended June 30, 2021. has arrived.

In rupee terms, FPI holdings stood at Rs 48.82 lakh crore. This was an increase of 8.46 percent over the last quarter. In the June quarter, FPI holding in NSE listed companies stood at Rs 48.82 lakh crore, showing an increase of 8.46 percent on a quarterly basis.

If we look at FPI holdings in NSE-listed companies on the basis of number of shares, it has come down from 5.94 per cent to 5.89 per cent in June on a quarterly basis in NSE-listed companies.

FPI holdings increased in 543 NSE-listed companies in the June quarter. During this period, the average share price of these companies has seen an increase of 39.93 percent.

During this period i.e. June quarter, the holding of FPIs in 477 NSE-listed companies has decreased. During this period, the average share price of these companies has seen an increase of 30.18 percent.

Infosys, ICICI Bank, Tata Steel, RIL, Bajaj Finance, Axis Bank, Wipro, Adani Enterprises and Piramal Enterprises are among the top 10 stocks in which FPI holdings have increased on a quarterly basis in the June quarter.

Divam Sharma of Green Portfolio It says that the inclination of FIIs is towards value investment. For the past few quarters, smart investors have been investing in value stocks. Power, commodity, IT, pharma and chemical stocks will see the biggest gains in the next few years. FIIs are also focusing on these for their investments.

Available data shows that FPIs have increased their stake in close to 50 per cent of the companies in the BSE 500 index. Analysts say that the focus of foreign investors is on such companies which can benefit from the situations arising due to the corona epidemic.

In value terms, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC Ltd, ITC, Vedanta, Adani Ports, HCL Technologies, AU Small Finance Bank, YES Bank, Havells India, and M&M Financial Services saw a decline in FPI holding in the June quarter. .

what is your investment strategy

You can take help from the investment pattern of FPIs for your investments but don’t imitate them completely. Make an investment decision based on your personal goals and risk appetite. Before any buy or sell, instead of just looking at FPI, keep other investment parameters in mind.

Anand Rathi Shares and Stock Brokers It says that before investing in the stock of a company, the promoters’ holding in the company, return on equity, debt to equity, strength of business of the company, product portfolio of the company and current macro and micro economic conditions of the country should be taken into consideration. He further said that if any stock is available with good valuation and earning growth potential then one should invest in it.

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