Sneak peek into Amit Shah’s 250-stock portfolio worth over Rs 17 crore

Amit Shah, who is currently contesting the Lok Sabha election from Gujarat's Gandhinagar, has disclosed in an affidavit before the Election Commission that he owns shares in approximately 180 companies.
Sneak peek into Amit Shah’s 250-stock portfolio worth over Rs 17 crore
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The stock investment portfolio of BJP leader Amit Shah, comprises over 250 stocks.

Although they own small portions of numerous stocks, a significant part of their portfolio is concentrated in 10 stocks, each valued at a minimum of Rs 1 crore.

Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care is their second-largest holding, with both owning around Rs 95 lakh worth, totalling Rs 1.9 crore.

HUL, an FMCG stock, is another holding of Amit Shah, with a stake worth about Rs 1.35 crore.

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Sneak peek into Amit Shah’s 250-stock portfolio worth over Rs 17 crore

A review of Amit Shah's personal stock portfolio reveals that his top 5 investments - HUL, MRF, Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care, and ABB India - make up approximately one-third of his entire listed portfolio, valued at about Rs 17.4 crore.

Source: India Today

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