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Nifty Energy Stocks List

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Frequently Asked Questions

The NIFTY Energy Index is designed to reflect the behavior and performance of a diversified portfolio of companies representing the commodities segment which include sectors such as Petroleum, Gas and Power etc.

Name Percentage Market Capitalization(in Cr.)
Reliance Industries Ltd 56.83% 17,77,427.71
Adani Green 9.05% 2,83,019.08
Adani Transmission 7.33% 2,29,456.84
ONGC 6.27% 1,96,189.45
Power Grid Corp 4.99% 1,56,250.14
NTPC 4.68% 1,46,662.08
IOCL 3.32% 1,03,838.17
Tata Power Co 2.25% 70,441.26
BPCL 2.18% 68,223.00
GAIL 2.08% 65,251.46
HPCL 0.97% 30,477.56
NIFTY ENERGY 100% 31,27,236.75

There are a total of 6 out of 11 Nifty Energy stocks in the Nifty 50 index.
Reliance Industries Ltd, ONGC Ltd, Power Grid Corp, NTPC, BPCL, GAIL ltd.
These 6 stocks constitute a significant 14.26% of Nifty 50.

Like many commodities, the markets for electricity, natural gas, oil, and renewable energy are complex – and constantly changing. In fact, most energy prices change hourly.

Fundamental economic factors – like supply and demand – are relatively predictable, but when you add political and regulatory factors to the mix, as well as financial speculation, forecasting energy prices becomes more challenging.

There are various reasons which affects the price of metal sector :-

  1. Supply and Demand in terms of economic, technological, and efficiency measures.
  2. Gas storage : This is a term for energy inventory. Gas injections and withdrawals are announced weekly, and prices adjust accordingly.
  3. Weather forecasts and current weather events are important factors.
  4. Major changes in global markets due any reason like war or any calamity can definitely affect the energy price.
  5. Changes in import and export relations between countries worldwide can affect the revenues and profits of the energy sectors.
  6. Government regulations can change both supply and demand costs quickly, which directly affects the cost of energy.

Investing is the simplest way to set aside money while you are busy with life and have that money work for you. To invest in Nifty 50 stocks you need to -

  • Step 1- Choose a trusted broker
  • Step 2- Open an online demat account
  • Step 3- Allocate sufficient funds in your demat account
  • Step 4- There are 3 ways to invest in Nifty Energy stocks :-
    1. Buy stocks in the same percentage as their weight in the Nifty Energy Index.
    2. Buy any particular stock or group of stocks as per your analysis from Nifty Energy Index.
    3. Buy / Sell the Index Futures of Nifty Energy Index.
  • Step 5- Find your Entry price and exit price for better risk management, in case your analysis goes wrong.

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