Contact Info
+91 9977589071
Follow Us

Meta Watch Live

Five Richest Stock Investors

Five Richest Stock Investors in India

The stock market has always been risky but some have indefinitely gained success in this sector with a small fortune and a large amount of strategic planning and analysis. We have shortlisted some successful stock investors in our country.

1. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is famously for his Investor with a Midas touch. He deals with an index of over 34,000 and stock trade in billions. Rakesh along with his wife Rekha owns an asset management firm with other huge investments including that with Titan Company of $1.1 billion. His net worth according to Forbes is 16,627 crores.

2. Radhakishan Damani

Radhakishan Damani is the founder of the DMart chain in India and is among the top stock market investors, holding a position in the top 10 richest people of the world as well. His retail business gained a sudden hike in this quarantine time. His net worth according to Forbes is 1,29,228 crores.

3. Raamdeo Agrawal

Raamdeo Agrawal is the co-founder & joint Managing Director of the financial services firm, Motilal Oswal. He is a Chartered Accountant by profession as well as the author of two top-selling books. His net worth according to Forbes 2018 is 7,557 crores.

4. Porinju Veliyath

The owner of the fund management firm Equity Intelligence India Private Limited, Porinju Veliyath started his business with Kotak Services as a floor trader. Now he holds shares in companies like Duroply industries Ltd., Raunaq EPC International Ltd, Emkay Global Financial Services Ltd, etc. His net worth according to Trendylne is 16.6 crores.

5. Dolly Khanna

Dolly Khanna named stocks are actually handled by her husband Rajeev, IIT Madras-graduate. The business saw hard times in 1996, However, the couple managed to come back in the business and now their portfolio includes companies like NOCIL, Rain Industries, and Muthoot Capital Services, etc. Their net worth according to Trendylne is 64.9 crores.


Post a Comment