IRCTC share price crosses the ₹5,000-mark and India’s Twitterati see the funny side of it
IRCTC shareshave grown a whopping 610% since its listing two years ago.
- If you had invested ₹1,00,000 on its IPO in October 2019, your shares would now be worth ₹7,10,000.
- India’s Twitterati are having their share of fun with this.
IRCTC’s performance in the stock market has been quite a stellar one so far. The company’s shares have grown a whopping 610% since its listing exactly two years ago.
If you had invested ₹1,00,000 on its IPO in October 2019, your shares would now be worth ₹7,10,000. A seven fold return in a span of 24 months is great news for an investor.
People holding IRCTC be like😅 pic.twitter.com/bxiHdy1BIW— Shivi⁷ (@Beingshinhye) October 14, 2021
Brokerage firm Anand Rathi, in August 2021, anticipated IRCTC shares to be valued at ₹2,850 apiece in the next one year. The company has outperformed all expectations.
While people who own IRCTC stock are celebrating, there are also the ones who missed out on the deal.
To non irctc holders abhi bhi ghus jao😂 pic.twitter.com/fpISkLxD9g— Naman Sachdev (@nnamansachdev) October 14, 2021
While others are trying to take a dig at IRCTC’s products. Well, no complaints there.
Well to summarise it all, there is only one thing to say.
The next goal is quite simple.
🌁IRCTC 6000 Today 😉 ❓ pic.twitter.com/cfUBfPSGy2— Ayushi Chky (@kuttrapali26) October 14, 2021
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