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Nifty Next 50

Nifty Next 50 Stocks List

Here is the list of Nifty Next 50 stocks with sector, weightage, current share price, change % and more.

Nifty Next 50 Companies

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Frequently Asked Questions

Nifty Next 50 is an index that's made up of 50 companies that follow the Nifty 50 in terms of market capitalization. Investors are known to use Nifty Next 50 as a tool for getting insights into the performance of mid-cap stocks in India. These insights can be helpful in spotting future large cap companies.

Stocks for Nifty Next 50 are selected based on the free float market capitalization of companies. These companies are logically in line after Nifty 50 in terms of market capitalization and are classified as midcap companies (primarily).

Nifty Next 50 allows investors to keep tabs on the performance of mid-cap stocks, which can offer solid potential for future growth. Since these mid-cap stocks may become large-cap stocks in the future, you can track Nifty Next 50 to identify potential multibaggers or future stars.

Nifty Next 50 allows investors to keep tabs on the performance of mid-cap stocks, which can offer solid potential for future growth. Since these mid-cap stocks may become large-cap stocks in the future, you can track Nifty Next 50 to identify potential multibaggers or future stars.

Just like the broader Indian stock market, the performance of Nifty Next 50 depends on the growth of individual companies, industry trends, regulatory changes, and market sentiment. Other than these, rare events, earnings, news, and other factors can also influence the performance onf Nifty Next 50.

Investing in an index allows you to tap into the growth of various sectors, industries, and companies. Nifty Next 50 offers similar advantages. Here's the list:

  • Exposure to a diverse set of mid-cap companies
  • Potentially higher returns than large-cap stocks
  • Opportunity to capture emerging trends

However, it's important to note that Nifty Next 50 stocks carry risks so it's crucial for you as an investor to conduct fundamental research beforehand.
First, Open a free demat Account if you are new to Dhan or login to Dhan App or Web if you are a Dhan user. Then, you can buy Nifty Next 50 stocks in 5 simple steps that are as follows:

  • Step 1: Login to App or Web
  • Step 2: Add money to your Dhan account
  • Step 3: Search for "Nifty Next 50"
  • Step 4: Click / Tap on "Companies" and choose your stock
  • Step 5: Do the required research and tap on "Buy"

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