Why place your money and trust with us?
Well, for starters, all our research ideas and investment strategies are conducted by a SEBI Certified Research Analyst with a Master’s in Finance degree (specializing in derivatives & other structured products) from a prestigious Ivy league school. His stock advisory is keenly followed across major TV Channels like ET Now, Bloomberg etc. A team of professionally qualified analysts support him in carrying out the research. Our stock advisory is thus highly trustworthy among our clientele.
We follow a Top-Down approach to research, i.e., an investment analysis approach that involves looking first at the macro picture of the economy (such as, GDP, inflation, interest rates, currency movements etc.) and then looking sequentially at micro factors with extensive detail. As Analysts, we next examine the general market conditions to identify high-performing sectors, industries, or regions within the macroeconomy. The goal is to find industrial sectors that are going to outperform the market.
We then screen individual companies through a sophisticated model which takes into account key parameters such as RoE (Return on equity), RoCE (Return on capital employed), Operating margins, Liquidity and Leverage positions of companies etc. Top-down investing makes more efficient use of our time and attention to relevant data. This approach depends mostly on looking at large-scale economic aggregates and readily available public data and involves choosing among relatively few broad regions or sectors as opposed to the entire universe of individual companies’ stocks.
We study the market through a mathematical model which is based on the concept of Market Profile, a relatively new concept, different from Technical Analysis, which still has a great deal of misconception and confusion about it. More than 98% traders still do not understand what Market Profile Charts can and cannot do. The concept is simple, to display price on a vertical axis against time on the horizontal, and the ensuing graphic is generally a bell shape–fatter at the middle prices, with activity trailing off and volume diminished at the extreme higher and lower prices.