Top 10 Indian Monopoly Companies | Latest Monopoly Shares in INDIA

Hi, looking for a company with a well-established business, high market share, a leader in its sector, the opportunity for a safe investment, and a guaranteed return. I think simply you require a monopoly company.

As monopoly shares are safe for investment, having high profitability and competitive advantage (as there is no competition you can be in monopoly share until and confident competitors emerge in a sector).

So in this article, we are going to check the top 10 Indian monopoly companies.

Before that, if you are new to the stock market then here is the best beginner investing guide.

Monopoly shares in FMCG

All HUL brands

Can you spot any of the above products in your life? Definitely, the answer would be yes! That’s the penetration of HUL products in our lives and this makes HCL monopoly share in India. With a market cap of 5.6 lakh Crore, zero DEBT, and growing demand for consumer goods in upcoming years make these monopoly shares worth considering. The CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 15.26% and ROE (3yrs) is 16.7%

Monopoly shares in catering and tourism

Here comes the heart and soul of Indian transport –the railways. IR CTC (Indian railway catering and Transport Corporation) offers catering, hospitality, Internet ticket booking, rail neer packaged drinking water for Indian railway. IR CTC is the only company to cater all the services related to the Indian railway. With increasing economic activity and travel, the IRCTC business is expected to grow more in the future. The current market cap of IR CTC is at 32,000 crores and CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 35% and ROE (3yrs) is 39%

Monopoly shares in online services

Where do you think retail investors would invest initially? May be an equity or mutual fund due to its growing awareness. This leads to growth in both mutual funds companies and companies helping mutual funds to manage data. One such company is CAMS (computer aged management services) which helps mutual fund for report maintenance, data management and act as register and transfer agent (RTA). The market share of CAMS is 70% and the market cap is 13800 crore. The  CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 11% and ROE (3yrs) is 46%.

Monopoly shares in paint sector

Asian paint with a tagline of “Har Ghar Kuch kehta hai” has served the Indian economy since 1942. It has its products such as paints, PVC stabilizers, safe painting, wooden solution, waterproofing, color consultancy, interior and exterior finishing, stencil, wallpaper, wall texture, modular kitchen, bath fittings, etc more. Serving in 19+ countries, 50,000+ distributors in India, and consumers from over 65+ countries. The market capitalization of Asian paint is around 2.93 Lakh crore. The CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 17% and ROE (3yrs) 24%.

Monopoly shares in transport and logistics

The CONCOR (container corporation of India Limited) is a navratna company of the Government of India where promoters’ stake is 54.8%. “Think container think Concor”- as the tagline suggests CONCOR deals in 3 core businesses of Container, terminal operator, and warehouse operator. Simply, CONCOR helps in the transport of goods from one place to another i.e. logistics.

It also built, maintain and restore containers. It has its own terminal at 61 locations, which makes conquer a market leader in the transport and logistics sector. The market cap of CONCOR is 41,000 crore.

Monopoly shares in adhesive of sector

Wherever we think of adhesive the only name be Utter is fevicol. The range of products that PIDILITE offer varies from fevicol, Fevicol MR, Dr. Fixit, fevikwik, M-seal, fevistick, hobby ideas, fevicryl, Rangeela, Brite-o, and many more. You name any product of the adhesive sector and Pidilite owns it. Right from home to industry whenever- wherever there is need of adhesive PIDILITE is the one-stop solution.

Pidilite has emerged as a monopoly share in the adhesives sector with high-quality products and a trusted brand name. The current market cap of it is 1.08 lakh crore. The CAGR net profit (3yrs)  is 5.29% and ROE (3yrs) is 20%.

Monopoly shares in aerospace industry

HAL Aircrafts

Since 1951 HAL (Hindustan aeronautics limited) is under the Government of India. It constructs aircraft, engines, etc for both domestic and international consumption. HAL stands out to be the best deal for India’s dream to become self-reliant in aerospace and defense under the make in India initiative.

HAL has been successfully produced products such as aircraft (SU-30 mki, IJT, LCA Tejas, HAWK, DORNIER, HT-40), Helicopters (DHRUV, Cheetal, chetak, cheetah, Lancer, Rudra, LCH, LUH), Power Engines, Avionics Instrument (radar, navigation system, display, radio, etc), Various Accessories( hydraulic system, brake system, oxygen system, fuel management system), Aerospace product (important structure, tanks, and shrouds in satellite) Material(forging, casting, etc used in aerospace).

Having the upper hand in technological advancement, manpower, and collaboration with foreign ventures makes HAL a monopoly share in the aerospace industry. The current market cap of HAL is 34000 crore. The CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 4% and ROE (3yrs) is 21%.

Monopoly shares in Classified Space(Business)

India Mart is India’s largest online marketplace to connect buyers and sellers. It provides an online platform for classified services to B2B. The market share of IndiaMart is around 60% and the market cap 21800 crores. It has simplified the B2B transaction by giving them access to a diverse set of products, Suppliers, price discovery, specifications, multiple payment options to buyers, and access to buyers’ requests, cloud telephony, etc services to sellers. Thus simplifying buying and selling for businesses.

Currently, it has 12.5+ crore buyers, 65 Lakh suppliers, and over 70 Lakh products and services. The revenue source for IndiaMart is its paid services like many dynamic catalogs, trust seal, maximize, star supplier, a leading supplier, etc. The CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 72% and ROE (3yrs) is 17%.

Monopoly shares in Finance

CDSL (central depository services limited). Whenever you trade in securities (i.e. stocks, bonds, ETF, mutual funds, government securities, treasury bills, etc) the holdings and entries of this transaction are maintained by CDSL in dematerialized form. There are only 2 such companies in India i.e. NSDL and CDSL. Many brokers prefer CDSL over NSDL. The one reason beings it’s 30% lesser rates than NSDL.

An increase in the number of retail investors and the corresponding need for DP account makes CDSL grow more than earlier. The company has its three main subsidiaries called CDSL Venture limited, CDSL insurance repository limited, and CDSL commodity repository limited.

A market share of 59% makes CDSL a dominant player in this sector. The market cap of CDSL is 10300 crore with CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 7.22% and ROE (3yrs) is 14%.

Monopoly shares in Cigarette

I Hope, above image has given you an idea of why I’m talking about ITC. ITC not only deals in cigarettes but also deals in FMCG, Agribusiness, paper-boards, paper-packing, and hotels. Though the cigarette sector’s revenue for ITC is approximately 40% market share of ITC brand cigarettes is more than 77%.

As the population grows and income increases, cigarette consumption is also likely to increase compared to the previous year. This will directly benefit ITC. The current market capitalization of ITC is 2.5 lakh crore and ROE (3yrs) is 21%.

List of Indian Monopoly companies

HUl
ITC
IRCTC
CONCOR
HAL
CDSL
CAMS
PIDILITE
ASIAN PAINTS
INDIAMART

Note

The above-mentioned stocks are just for a rough idea related to monopoly stocks in India. Before considering this stock for investment, please complete a fundamental analysis and technical analysis of stocks for best investing opportunities. Finally, consult your financial advisor before investing.

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FAQ on Indian Monopoly Companies

Top Monopoly Companies in India

HUl
ITC
IRCTC
CONCOR
HAL
CDSL
CAMS
PIDILITE
ASIAN PAINTS
INDIAMART

Does CAMS is a monopoly share?

Yes, you can say it because CAMS (computer aged management services) helps mutual fund for report maintenance, data management and act as register and transfer agent (RTA). The market share of CAMS is 70% and the market cap is 13800 crore. The  CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 11% and ROE (3yrs) is 46%.

Whats are the products of HAL?

HAL has been successfully produced products such as aircraft (SU-30 mki, IJT, LCA Tejas, HAWK, DORNIER, HT-40), Helicopters (DHRUV, Cheetal, chetak, cheetah, Lancer, Rudra, LCH, LUH), Power Engines, Avionics Instrument (radar, navigation system, display, radio, etc), Various Accessories( hydraulic system, brake system, oxygen system, fuel management system), Aerospace product (important structure, tanks, and shrouds in satellite) Material(forging, casting, etc used in aerospace).

Market share of CDSL?

A market share of 59% makes CDSL a dominant player in this sector. The market cap of CDSL is 10300 crore with CAGR net profit (3yrs) is 7.22% and ROE (3yrs) is 14%.

Revenue of ITC from Cigarettes

revenue from the cigarette sector for ITC is approximately 40%, but the market share of ITC brand cigarettes is more than 77%.

All products of PIDILITE

pidilite products

fevicol, Fevicol MR, Dr. Fixit, fevikwik, M-seal, fevistick, hobby ideas, fevicryl, Rangeela, Brite-o, and many more

What is the core business of CONCOR?

3 core businesses of Container, terminal operator, and warehouse operator

What is mean monopoly shares?

Monopoly share can be defined as a company with
well established business,
high market share,
a leader in its sector,
opportunity for safe investment and
guaranteed return

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