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Stocks between 1000 - 5000

Investing in Shares price between 1000 to 5000

The core of most investment portfolios is made up of large-cap stocks, these typically have a share price between ₹1,000 and ₹5,000. This would include many blue-chip stocks from companies that have stable earnings and proven track record of many years. When investing in shares, it is important to remember that you would be facing a market risk, and therefore you should choose to invest in companies that can withstand a downturn due to their strong fundamentals.

How to invest 5000 rupees in share market

You could build a large corpus by investing just ₹5,000 a month. It is a large enough amount that you can invest in almost any company of your choice, but remember that not all stocks are worth your hard-earned money. While a few may be overvalued at the market, others may have weak fundamentals that make them a bad choice for long term investing. Therefore, before you commit to investing regularly in the share market, you need to learn how to evaluate stocks and pick the right one to invest in yourself.

To start with, shortlist companies you would like to invest in based on your own experience. These could be companies that you are familiar with because you use their products or services regularly and feel they have a superior quality that the customers appreciate. These could also be companies working in business lines that you understand well.

The next step is to develop an appreciation of a few key financial indicators that you can use to compare these companies on. These include earnings per share (EPS), price to earnings ratio (P/E), price to book value (P/BV), debt to equity ratio, current ratio, return on equity and dividend yield.

When looking to invest for the long term, you should ensure that you are investing in a company that has strong fundamentals. As a rule of thumb, these companies would have an RoE of at least 20%, a debt to equity ratio of under 0.5, a P/E ratio of less than 15 and has a dividend yield of at least 20%. Remember that these numbers are just indicative and will vary based on the sector to which the company you are considering belongs to. Further, these numbers are meant to be used for a well-established company. For a new player, the direction in which the indicators move is more important than the value at a given point in time. For example, when starting out, a company may opt debt financing to start their operations – but over the years the debt should go down and the debt to equity ratio should approach the ideal value of under 0.5. Similarly, if you are looking to earn a passive income from your investments, you should look for high dividend yield stocks. provides information about stocks that are currently trading at prices above Rs. 1000 but below Rs. 5000. Here is a list of shares above Rs. 1000 upto Rs. 5000, along with their stock research, fundamentals, company details, historical data and stock market trends and analysis.