Index & Sector Analytics Description
Our index analytics section covers major market indices such as:
- Nifty 50
- Nifty Next 50
- Nifty Midcap 100
- Nifty Small cap 100
The landing page is where we see the historical candlestick price chart along with the VIX index shown at the bottom of the chart. The VIX index is also called as fear index which calculates the expected volatility or fluctuation in the Nifty index in the near term.
Based on our proprietary calculations we have developed certain filters or category of stocks which our system automatically selects top 5 stocks that are fulfilling the conditions of the categories.
Deep Value Stocks
This category filters down top five stocks within the Index security constituents that are beaten down a lot and may be available below its intrinsic or fair value.
This category filters down top five stocks within the Index security constituents that are available at low valuation.
This category filters down top five stocks within the Index security constituents that are showcasing high returns or strong earnings growth.
This category filters down top five stocks within the Index security constituents that are showing strong price momentum.
The stocks within the Index are ranked based on the market capitalization and their following weights are mentioned where the user can sort based on ascending and descending order. The stocks following period performance (1month, 3 month, 6 month, 9 month, 12 month) can also be sorted and analyzed
The yearly return analysis tells an investor as how the index has performed historically over past many years. This chart can be matched with the historic events that took place within that period and how much return was generated due to the event that took place. From the above chart we can see that on average the market index has delivered positive returns and the correction max has been negative twenty four percent and during the crisis period that occurs once in a decade or two has been negative over fifty percent.
The monthly return table can show an investor the seasonal effects of how the index has performed during the following months. The investor can count how many times the month has remained positive or negative, how much has been the average return for that month and what has been the maximum and minimum range. With this information the investor can adjust his probability estimate for the following month expected performance.
Monthly Valuation Ratio Heat map
By looking at the valuation ratio heat map it shows as where the index valuation levels are in terms of color coding. As from the picture we can see that the index is currently at an overheated zone and gives us a signal that we should either avoid or invest with caution.