Wealth Creators 2002-11 - A Moneylife Study
The past 10 years show that companies that have created immense wealth were in capital goods, commodities and consumer goods sectors and were going cheap. Analysis by Pratibha Kamath, Jason Monteiro and Aditya Govindaraj
It’s time for our annual study on wealth creators. It has been six years since we started the analysis; each year, our study has thrown up surprises—mainly because the companies that have created enormous wealth are the ones you would have least expected to figure on the list. This year’s study covers the period 2002-2011. The difference this time is that at the start of ...
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