Different sectors like leisure product, media, trading companies & distribution, speciality retailers, hotels & restaurants, electrical equipment, diversified financial services, capital markets, and interactive media & services are among the sectors in the UK which have delivered various multi-bagger over the past ten years. Let us have a look at 10 of them and see if they have potential left for the coming year as well.
Games Workshop Group PLC (LON: GAW): The £2.09bn market-cap company is the UK-headquartered leisure goods company. The group’s operational interests lie in designing, manufacturing and selling of fantasy miniatures and related products. The outstanding market capitalisation of the group ranks it among the mid-caps listed and traded on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and also a constituent company of the UK’s mid-caps gauge the FTSE 250
Over the past 10-years (13th January 2010 – 13th January 2020), shares of the company have created a fortune for its shareholders as it has delivered a total return of 3,915.5% (including dividend income & capital appreciation). It means that if £10,000 invested in Games Workshop’s stocks ten years ago, today it is worth (as on 13th January 2020) approximately £3,91,553.75.
4imprint Group PLC (LON: FOUR): Media group company 4imprint Group PLC is the London-based direct marketer of products in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and the United States. The outstanding market capitalisation of the group stands at £932.4m, which ranks it among the mid-caps listed and traded on the London Stock Exchange and it is also a constituent stock of the FTSE 250 index.
In the past 10-years, shares of FOUR handed gargantuan amount of return to its shareholders, as its stocks have surged approximately 3,686.9% in the past ten years (including dividend income and capital appreciation), which means that £10,000 invested in FOUR stocks 10-years back has turned out to be £3,68,691.9 as on January 13, 2020.
Ashtead Group PLC (LON: AHT): London Stock Exchange-traded Ashtead Group PLC is a consumer vehicle and equipment leasing company, based out in London, UK. The £11.2bn market-cap company rents a variety of construction and industrial equipment across a range of applications to a diverse customer base. Its operational geographies is divided into three segments; the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. The group is the UK’s largest Industrial transportation company in terms of market capitalisation. It is also a constituent company of the UK’s broader benchmark, the FTSE 100 index.
Banking on strong fundamentals and competitive advantage, the group has created against all of its competition, its shares have turned fortune for its investors in just a decade time. Stocks of AHT have created a humongous amount of wealth for its investors, as it nudged about 3,245.6% in the past ten years. It implies that £10,000 invested ten years ago in Ashtead Group PLC is worth £3,24,558.2 as on January 13, 2020.
JD Sports Fashion PLC (LON: JD): The United Kingdom-headquartered JD Sports Fashion PLC is an apparel retailer. The £8.2bn market-cap company is the UK’s 2nd largest retailer in terms of the market-capitalisation and a multichannel retailer of sports fashion and outdoor brands. Also, the group is a part of the UK’s broader gauge for large caps “the FTSE 100 index”.
During the last decade, its shares have turned out to be a multi-bagger as it handed about 2,961.0% in return to January 13, 2020. This implies that £10,000 invested in JD Sports Fashion PLC’s stocks are worth about £2,96,099.1 as of January 13, 2020. 10-year multiple in GBP = 29.6x.
PPHE Hotel Group Ltd (LON: PPH): Hospitality group PPHE Hotel Group Ltd is the United Kingdome-headquartered company, having operations in the business of hotels and motels. The outstanding market-capitalisation of the group stood at £832.20, which ranks it among the mid-caps listed and traded at the London Stock Exchange and part of the UK’s mid-cap gauge FTSE 250 Index. The hotel group together with its associates, subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, owns, lease, operates, franchise and develop upscale and lifestyle hotels in the gateway cities and regional centres in Europe. The group is managing approximately 39 hotels and offering around 900 rooms.
In the past 10-years, shares of PPH have delivered a total return of approximately 1,694.2% and proven to be a multi-bagger stock of the past decade. This reflects that if £10,000 were invested in PPHE Hotel Group’s stocks ten years ago, it is worth approximately £1,69,422.6 as of January 13, 2020.10. 10-year multiple in GBP = 16.94x.
Melrose Industries PLC (LON: MRO): The £11.48bn market-cap Melrose Industries PLC is UK-based diversified financial services company and its operational interest lies in buying manufacturing businesses. The group’s operational activities are divided into four segments; Energy, Air Management, Security & Control and Ergonomics. The group is among the large caps that are part of the UK’s broader FTSE 100 index.
Its shares have created an enormous amount of wealth for its shareholders, as it delivered a total return of approximately 1,541.0% in the past 10-years. Which reflects that £10,000 invested in the Melrose Industries PLC’s stocks ten year-ago have turned out to be £1,54,103.96 as of January 13, 2020. Which reflects that initial £10,000 invested in the company 10 years ago have grown at a CAGR of 31.5%.
Plus500 Ltd (LON: PLUS): The £1.02bn market-cap Plus500 Ltd is an Israel-based company that develops and operates as an online trading platform for individual customers to trade contracts for difference. Also, the company is a constituent of the mid-caps gauge the FTSE 250 index.
In a decade over period, its shares have created a gargantuan amount of wealth for its shareholders as handed a total return of 1,396.0% in the same period. This implies that if £10,000 were invested in Plus500 Ltd stocks ten-years ago, it would have gathered approximately £1,39,598.8 as of January 13, 2020. Ten-year CAGR multiplier to the initial £10,000 invested is 30.2% over the past ten years.
London Stock Exchange Group PLC (LON: LSE): London Stock Exchange Group plc is into financial market. The Company has six segments: Capital Markets, Information Services, Technology Services, Post Trade Services-CC&G and Monte Titoli, Post Trade Services-LCH and Other. The £26.4bn market-cap company is the UK’s largest investment Banking and Brokerage Services provider in terms of the market capitalisation.
Its shares have also turned out to be a multi-bagger in a decade over period and delivered a total return of 1,361.0% over the past 10-years. If one had invested £10,000 in the company’s stock, it would have been worth £1,36,102.02 as of January 13, 2020. Ten-year CAGR multiplier to the initial £10,000 invested is 29.8% over the past ten years.
Rightmove PLC (LON: RMV): UK-based Rightmove PLC is a property search platform provider. The group’s principal activity is the operation of the rightmove.co.uk web portal. The outstanding market-capitalisation of the group stood at £5.67bn, which ranks it among the large-caps listed and traded on the London Stock Exchange.
Over the past ten-year, its shares have delivered a total return of 1,315.5% and turned out to be a multi-bagger of the past decade. It implies that £10,000 invested in the company’s stocks ten-years ago would be worth £ 1,31,549.46 as of January 13, 2020. Ten-year CAGR multiplier to the initial £10,000 investment is 29.4% over the past ten years.
Diploma PLC (LON: DPLM): The £2.16bn Diploma PLC is the UK-based supplier of specialized technical products and services. The group’s product offering is categorised into three broader segments; Life Sciences, Seals and Controls. Its stocks are the part of the UK’s mid-cap gauge FTSE 250 index.
Its shares have turned out to be a Multibagger as it handed about 1,289.6% in the past ten-year to January 13, 2020. This implies that £10,000 invested in Diploma PLC’s stocks are worth about £1,28,956.4 as of January 13, 2020. Ten-year CAGR multiplier to the initially invested £10,000 is 29.1% over the past ten years.
Hence, it has been correctly stated by the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffet
If we club all these ten mentioned stocks in a portfolio, it would have delivered an average return of 2,240.6% in the past ten-years to January 13, 2020. It implies that if one had allocated £10,000 in each of these 10 stocks a decade ago, it would have been worth approximately £222,406,36 as of January 13, 2020. Ten years CAGR multiplier to the initial £100,000 invested is 36.5%, respectively.