Top 50 Stocks with the Highest P/E Ratio : 28th November 2010

by khalid on 04/12/2010 · 4 comments

The most commonly used valuation metric by investors is the price to earnings ratio or commonly referred to as the P/E ratio. Following is the list of stocks having the highest P/E Ratio. If you are confuse about what P/E Ratio is about, you can check it out here. Value of these P/E Ratios taken on 28th November 2010.

At the time of purchasing a stock, P/E Ratio is not only a single factor that should be considered but at the same time some other factors like YoY profits of the company, EPS, etc. should be considered too.

NumberCompanyP/E Ratio
1Essar Oil1,212.00
2 Spectacle Ind 956.76
3Sunteck Realty575.46
4 GI Engineering517.00
5MMTC Ltd477.44
6Vimta Labs436.43
7Karuturi Global334.44
8 Sun Pharma Adv270.15
9EIH 249.19
10 OCL Iron244.62
11Alpa Laboratori223.33
12Adani Enterpris216.52
13Advani Hotels213.42
14Ashco Niulab 211.67
15Religare Enterp197.83
16Neha Internatio174.83
17India B Power171.67
18JCT Electronics170.00
19Country Condos 166.67
20Zandu Realty157.09
21Saregama India156.15
22Bajaj Finserv155.96
23Farmax India 150.33
24LCC Infotech150.00
25Balaji Telefilm146.67
26Nitco 143.10
27Reliance Power 138.25
28Kwality Dairy137.16
29Times Guaranty 134.64
30Fame India132.14
31Hind Copper128.19
32Den Networks126.42
33Birla Power125.00
34Indiabulls Real 121.16
35IRB Infra120.00
36AI Champdany 115.63
37Midday Multi 113.59
38Shyam Telecom110.96
39Mastek107.59
40Reliance Natura105.63
41Jumbo Bag105.31
42Landmark Prop105.00
43Norben Tea104.00
44Cinevistaas 104.00
45Standard Ind103.71
46Gammon Infra99.76
47Ashtavinayak99.46
48ABB 97.32
49Dhanlaxmi Bank95.18
50Rico Auto93.91
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Ravi Mundra December 6, 2010

It many times happen that companies with agressive future plans and fundamentally sound companies enjoy higher P/E ratio compared to peers; eg rpower

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khalid December 7, 2010

Hi Ravi,
Thanks for adding your valuable comment here. Your point is right that P/E ratio don’t reflect the whole picture of a company and you have to consider some more points along with this as in the case of rpower.
khalid

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Ravi Mundra December 6, 2010

Also it nay happen that some speculative rise in price by an operator may result in high P/E ratio , by Ravi Mundra Ichalkaranji

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khalid December 7, 2010

Exactly !

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