Boss-Level Profits: How Bosch Yielded 53,700% Returns

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The investors who pumped ₹1L in Bosch in September 2002, own ₹5.83 crores today! Yes, this is a multibagger that gave its investors ₹5,37,00,000 in profits and ₹46,62,338 in dividends. Here’s a quick analysis of the stock.

⚙️ Stock Name: Bosch Ltd.

⭐ About The Company
Incorporated in 1951, Bosch India is the leading supplier of:
⚡ Energy
🧺 Consumer goods
🏢 Building technology
🏭 Industrial technology
🚗 Automotive technology

With 7 manufacturing facilities across 35 locations in India, it manufactures and trades in products like:
🔐 Security systems
👨🏼‍🏭 Industrial equipment
🪚 Electrical power tools
🚗 Automotive aftermarket products
⛽ Diesel & gasoline fuel injection systems
⚡ Industrial and consumer energy products & solutions

💫 Key Developments
⚙️ India has the largest Bosch development centre outside Germany for end-to-end engineering & technology solutions. The group operates in India through twelve companies, with Bosch Limited being the group’s flagship company in India.

⚙️ It is developing solutions for charging and connected services for the ecosystem that will accelerate electrification. It has also set up Project House Electrification to develop solutions for EVs.

⚙️ Bosch Group owns 70% of the company. It has made capital investments of ₹3,023 million, where most of the investment was spent on plant & machinery and the construction of Bosch Learning Centre. It acquired a stake of 26% in Autozilla Solutions to enter the B2B (business to business) space.

💰 Stock Value
💵 On July 8, 2004, the stock split in the ratio of 100:10 which increased the number of shares from 338 to 3380.

💵 On September 27, 2002, the shares of the company were trading at ₹295, while they were priced at ₹15855.95 as of September 26, 2022.


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