Q2 results: The best and worst performing companies in Q2. Should you buy, sell or hold these shares?

The results from Q2 are released and will guide investors on whether to purchase, hold or sell their stocks in the financial market. With this article, we bring you the Q2 results and expert opinions of the best and worst performers in the country.

The best and worst performing companies in Q2

The Q2 (Quarter 2) results for various companies have been released in the past week. The Q2 results depict the company's performance in the past quarter, its revenue, and the net profits. An investor must be aware of the Q2 results for the top companies and the expert opinions to make an informed decision while investing. 

Also read: Stock market for Beginners.

Q2 Results and expert opinion for top companies in the financial market

Let us look at the Q2 results of the leading companies in the financial market and understand whether to sell, hold or buy their stocks:

  1. Coal India ; The company reported an increase of 106 per cent in the profit for Q2 as compared to the profit made last year. The profit for Q2 is Rs 6,044 crore, with a net sale of Rs 27,538 crore. 17 out of 22 analysts from the Economic times believe that the stock is a must-buy for investors.
     
  2. Adani Enterprises ; The company's net profits have increased 117 percent to Rs 461 crores in the past year compared to 212 crores in the last year. Experts believe the company will grow exponentially and provide good returns making it a must-purchase for investors.
     
  3. Divi's Labs ; The net profits for the company have declined 18 percent from Rs 606 crores to Rs 493 crores from the previous year. 12 out of 22 analysts from the Economic times believe that investors should purchase the stocks as it is on the downtrend, while others believe that the investors must hold or sell once it reaches a reasonable price.
     
  4. TVS Motor Company ; The company posted its highest-ever profits in Q2 as the profit appreciated by 47 percent (Rs 407.5 crores). The stock must be bought as per Economic Times analysts (23 out of 39). If you already own the stocks for the company, you should hold on to them for the future. (9 out of 39)
     
  5. Paytm (One97 Communications) ; The digital finance company reported a net loss of Rs 539.9 crores, more than the loss reported in the same period a year ago (Rs 481 crores). As the company dives into various sectors, the future of the company remains unclear. Investors should refrain from purchasing stocks and, if already owned, should hold to sell at a comfortable price to curb losses. 
     
  6. Vodafone-Idea ;  The telecom giant reported the highest loss (Rs 7,218 crores) among all companies in Q2. 13 out of 19 analysts believe that investors should sell the stocks, and 6 believe that investors should hold.
     
  7. Indigo (Interglobal Aviation) ; The airline company reported a loss of Rs 1,194 crore in Q2 because of disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. 17 out of 21 experts from the Economic times believe that investors should purchase the stocks as the company is expected to deliver profits in the long term.

Also read: Top stocks that moved in the first week of November

Final Words

The Q2 results of companies highlight their performance for the past quarter and the consequences of their strategic decisions during the quarter. As stock prices go up and down for companies in the financial market, investors must look for an opportunity to make profits.

The Q2 (Quarter 2) results for various companies have been released in the past week. The Q2 results depict the company's performance in the past quarter, its revenue, and the net profits. An investor must be aware of the Q2 results for the top companies and the expert opinions to make an informed decision while investing. 

Also read: Stock market for Beginners.

Q2 Results and expert opinion for top companies in the financial market

Let us look at the Q2 results of the leading companies in the financial market and understand whether to sell, hold or buy their stocks:

  1. Coal India ; The company reported an increase of 106 per cent in the profit for Q2 as compared to the profit made last year. The profit for Q2 is Rs 6,044 crore, with a net sale of Rs 27,538 crore. 17 out of 22 analysts from the Economic times believe that the stock is a must-buy for investors.
     
  2. Adani Enterprises ; The company's net profits have increased 117 percent to Rs 461 crores in the past year compared to 212 crores in the last year. Experts believe the company will grow exponentially and provide good returns making it a must-purchase for investors.
     
  3. Divi's Labs ; The net profits for the company have declined 18 percent from Rs 606 crores to Rs 493 crores from the previous year. 12 out of 22 analysts from the Economic times believe that investors should purchase the stocks as it is on the downtrend, while others believe that the investors must hold or sell once it reaches a reasonable price.
     
  4. TVS Motor Company ; The company posted its highest-ever profits in Q2 as the profit appreciated by 47 percent (Rs 407.5 crores). The stock must be bought as per Economic Times analysts (23 out of 39). If you already own the stocks for the company, you should hold on to them for the future. (9 out of 39)
     
  5. Paytm (One97 Communications) ; The digital finance company reported a net loss of Rs 539.9 crores, more than the loss reported in the same period a year ago (Rs 481 crores). As the company dives into various sectors, the future of the company remains unclear. Investors should refrain from purchasing stocks and, if already owned, should hold to sell at a comfortable price to curb losses. 
     
  6. Vodafone-Idea ;  The telecom giant reported the highest loss (Rs 7,218 crores) among all companies in Q2. 13 out of 19 analysts believe that investors should sell the stocks, and 6 believe that investors should hold.
     
  7. Indigo (Interglobal Aviation) ; The airline company reported a loss of Rs 1,194 crore in Q2 because of disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. 17 out of 21 experts from the Economic times believe that investors should purchase the stocks as the company is expected to deliver profits in the long term.

Also read: Top stocks that moved in the first week of November

Final Words

The Q2 results of companies highlight their performance for the past quarter and the consequences of their strategic decisions during the quarter. As stock prices go up and down for companies in the financial market, investors must look for an opportunity to make profits.

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