Stock analysis is used by traders to make buy and sell call. It’s an approach to make informed decisions while investing in stocks. Stock analysis can be categorised into – fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis is evaluation of data from sources, including financial records, economic reports, company assets, and market share. Analysts typically study the company’s financial statements – balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, and footnotes. These statements are made available to the investors in the form of quarterly earnings, disclosures to stock exchanges in compliance with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) norms. In fundamental analysis, the analysts particularly check for a company's core income, income from other sources, profitability, guidance, assets and liabilities and debt ratio among other parameters. The other method, i.e. the technical analysis focuses purely on statistical data. It works on two assumptions; one, the stock price reflects the fundamentals. Second, the study of past and present movement in prices can help determine the future price trends. Technical analysis primarily deals with price, volume, demand and supply factors. This method is effective only when supply and demand forces influence the market. However, when outside factors are involved in a price movement, technical analysis may not be successful. More
The monetary policy acts with lags, it may take 3-4 quarters for the policy rate to be transmitted to the real economy, and the peak effect may take as long as 5-6 quarters, said Dhiraj Relli of HDFC Securities.
JSW Steel has given bearish breakout from the Head and Shoulder pattern on the daily chart. It has breached crucial supports of 50 and 100-day EMA. Indicators and oscillators like RSI and MACD have turned bearish on the daily charts.
Experts feel the 17,800-18,200 range is expected to break on either side after the announcement of the Budget, hence, if the Nifty breaks 18,200, then 18,500 is the level to watch out for
The market reacted negatively to the policy, may be due to increasing possibility for further rate hikes in next policy meeting and lowering the growth forecast
The trend seems to be reversing for the IT sector as HCL Tech & Infosys see maximum upgrades in the past one month while HUL and Tata Motors were the top stocks to witness maximum downgrades
Pent-up demand continues to propel auto stocks, while rising interest rates auger well for financials. However, the anticipated global slowdown is spoiling the party for IT and metal companies
As markets salute the central bank, we decided to come up with rate-sensitive stocks that experts say can return up to 26 percent over the next 3-6 months
Axis Securities recommends buy on Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Finance and SBI Cards & Payment Services which can give 10-15 percent return in a span of 6-9 months.
Ruchit Jain of 5paisa.com expects some pullback move in the market in the near term and says IT stocks can see some up move over the next two-three weeks
We have collated a list of rate-sensitive stocks that experts say can give 6-20 percent return over the next 3-4 weeks. Returns are calculated based on the closing price of June 7:
In the current fall, from an investor's point of view, this is certainly an excellent opportunity to bag quality stocks in a staggered manner but for traders, it will be difficult to say that worse is behind, says Sameet Chavan of Angel One
Tech Mahindra has started its upwards bounce and on March 4, it witnessed the first sign of strength. The stock price managed to confirm a close above 20-day SMA for the first time in the last two months, said Sameet Chavan of Angel One
The biggest beneficiaries would be the infrastructure segment, capital goods, real estate, railways, power, fintech, agriculture, defence and banks, say experts. One of them said the Budget will be negative for the entire PSU and PSU bank space since there were no major announcements on divestments.
Here's what Karan Pai of GEPL Capital, recommends investors should do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today.
Here's what Shrikant Chouhan of Kotak Securities recommends investors should do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today.
Reliance retained its position as the biggest wealth creator for the third year in a row, with a 13.6% share of the total wealth created during 2016-21, according to a study by Motilal Oswal
HDFC twins and SBI are among the list of stocks being presented by three experts. They also explain why technical indicators are favouring these stocks.
Traders are advised not to carry aggressive bets on the long side as long as the index remains below 18,000–18,100 on a closing basis
Although the trend has been extremely strong, we reiterate that one should avoid getting complacent at such elevated levels, says Sameet Chavan of Angel One.
As of now, clearly, the bulls have a firm grip on the market but going ahead, they will find it a bit difficult
To be on the safer side, we advise traders to keep booking profits in the rally and avoid taking aggressive longs for a while, said Sameet Chavan of Angel Broking.
Overall experts feel the FY22 would remain strong for the market and economy, though COVID-19 may hit earnings in Q1FY22.
Crucial trendline support is placed at 14,000. A breach of this could lead to 13,700–13,500.
Ajanta Pharma, Alembic Pharma, Astral Poly Tech, AU Small Finance and Bajaj Finance are among the 'potential 25 wealth creators for the next 25 years', the brokerage firm says.
Over the last five years, private sector banks have rapidly gained market share to around 30 percent (2020) from around 18 percent (2015).