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Top 7 Nifty 50 Stocks that Stayed Strong in Last 15 Years

The stock market is very dynamic and is driven by different economic events and sentiments of the people. When we talk about a period of fifteen years, many domestic and international events have taken place that has affected equity markets somehow.

Markets have witnessed the dot com bubble, the 2008 crash, and the COVID 19 circumstances. In all these events, equity markets had taken a beating. However, some stocks recovered strongly after these black swan events.

These stocks have also performed the best if we consider the last 15 years. These stocks not only have given good returns to the shareholders and have distributed handsome dividends over the years.

Let us understand more about these stocks and what makes them so strong. Also, people doing online trading can consider these shares for investment. 

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Reliance Industries Limited

Reliance Industries Ltd. is an Indian conglomerate that is headquartered in Mumbai. Earlier, the company was in the petrochemical business, but Reliance Jio and Reliance retail were added, which turned it into a conglomerate. The company has operations in the retail, petrochemical, and telecom sectors.


Infosys is an Indian MNC and one of the biggest IT companies in the world. The main business of Infosys is software development, maintenance, and validation. The company is set up in Bangalore. The current share price of Infosys is around 1700 INR.


The current ICICI bank share price is around 800rs. This bank has created a lot of wealth for shareholders in the last 10 years. This bank is engaged in providing a range of banking and financial services.

Tata Consultancy Services

TCS is one of the biggest companies in India. It is an IT company exploring the latest emerging innovations in technology. The majority of the company’s earnings come from the BFSI sector, which is approximately 32 percent. The company exports its service to many countries, and the majority of revenue comes from the USA (around 52 percent). TCS’s share price has risen consistently over the last 15 years.


HDFC bank is one of the largest banks and India’s largest private sector bank. The bank has one of the largest loan books, ranging from car, personal, home, and credit card loans. The bank has a very healthy balance sheet, and the NPAs are also in control. 


ITC share price is around 225 INR, and it is one of the largest conglomerate companies in the country. ITC has its operations in Hotel, FMCG, and IT industries. The majority of the revenue of the company comes from its tobacco business.

Sun Pharma

Sun Pharma is the largest pharmaceutical company in India. It was established in 1983. The company has more than 43 manufacturing plants across the world. It has subsidiaries all over the world. Sump Pharma’s share price is around 800 INR.

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