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Every Friday, MarketSmith India's Growth 50 is published. It's an algorithmic list of leading growth stocks with many, if not all, of the traits of past market winners. The list is filled with strong price performers so you'll find stocks that are extended past proper buy points. These stocks typically have strong fundamentals and sound base patterns. Be discerning when scrolling through the MarketSmith India's Growth 50 stock ideas. Keep your attention focussed on liquid institutional-quality stocks.
Model Portfolio is a list of stocks hand-picked by dedicated team of Research Analysts at MarketSmith India. We also provide daily update on how the positions are progressing. Following the changes to our portfolio is a great way to see our method in action, and learn how to take advantage of the powerful information available on the app particularly if you are new to investing in Indian growth stocks.
Weekly commentary in the Model Portfolio includes its overall performance against the National Stock Exchange, a list of positions entered, added to, or sold from the portfolio, and any noteworthy performance by stocks, triggered by significant news events, earnings releases, or technical changes.
The Current Holdings list includes all the stocks that are currently members of our India Model Portfolio. We scan all our proprietary stock lists to find stocks with potential for big gains. This list is updated as and when we make changes to our model portfolio.
MarketSmith Guru Screens make it easy to get your screening process started by generating stock ideas using established and proven methodologies. Guru screens are designed to support a variety of investment strategies; they filter the MarketSmith Database to uncover stock ideas based on the winning investment strategies of stock market legends.
Consists of stocks historically added and still in our model portfolio. However, not all of these stocks would be within the ideal buy range. Investors are advised to refer to 'Actionable Buys' for ideas in buy range.
This list comprises of stocks recently recommended to our model portfolio. These stocks may or may not be within their recommended buy ranges. Investors are advised to refer to Actionable Buys for ideas in buy range.
Stocks recently removed from our model portfolio as they breached our sell-rules.
Consists of stocks historically added to our model portfolio and are currently either within the buy range or very close to the buy range. Investors are advised to select the best of the stock ideas which appeal to them. Email and push notification alerts would be sent to users whenever stocks are added or removed to the model portfolio. The buy range is indicated by the light blue box on the chart. Learn More
List of stocks which are in our model portfolio and which are in their recommended buy range as per latest closing prices. We recommend investors to consider investing in these stocks if they could be purchased within their respective buy ranges. Learn More
List of stocks which are in our watch list and could potentially be added to our model portfolio if they breakout on high volumes satisfying other proprietary criteria for stock addition. We recommend investors to be pre-informed of these stocks as our actual addition might be intimated only post market close.
List of stocks which are in our model portfolio but are displaying signals of weakness so that we might consider for removal from model portfolio. We recommend investors to watch these stocks carefully and exit if weakness is observed as we might intimate removal only post market close.
Algorithmically generated list of the top growth stocks in India, with strong fundamental and technical characteristics. The list gets updated on a weekly basis and considers the chart patterns as well. Once you select any stock, you should research further and wait for the ideal buy point before taking the final decision on that particular stock. Also, there is no Buy/Sell notification sent on the Growth 50 list. If you prefer detailed research and notifications, we suggest buying stocks from our Model Portfolio.
Quality stocks recently added to Growth 50 list. However, not all of these stocks would be within the buy range and requires further research.
Stocks recently removed from Growth 50 list as they failed to meet one or more of our fundamental or technical criteria.
Consists of stocks from the Growth 50 list which are either very close to the buy range or within the buy range. Once you select any stock, you should research further and wait for the ideal buy point before taking the final decision on that particular stock. Also, there is no Buy/Sell notification sent on the Growth 50 list. If you prefer detailed research and notifications, we suggest buying stocks from our Model Portfolio. The buy range is indicated by the light blue box on the chart. Learn More
This screen finds stocks meeting minimum EPS and RS Rating and liquidity levels that are up in price on above average volume
This list contains highly rated stocks that offer the highest dividend yields and also have a history of dividend growth. The list is updated daily.
Filter stocks by five of our proprietary ratings (Master Score, EPS Rating, Price Strength, Buyer Demand, and Group Rank) and eight other common parameters (Market Cap, Average Daily Volume, % off High, Volume % change VS. 50-DMA, Daily Price % Change, Current price, ROE% and % VS. Pivot).
Stocks with weekly closing prices with in 5% of their 2-year high and earnings per share rating of atleast of 85. A special screen is used to eliminate most stocks that are extended in price. Stocks reaching new highs have already proven strong price strength, but that does not mean the move is over. In many cases, new highs occur near the beginning of major price appreciation. At other times, they occur when a stock moves out of a second or third stage price consolidation area. Past best performers have all made numerous new highs, which is why this screen should be reviewed.
List contains stocks with industry group rank in the 25th to 55th percentile that improved at least 15 points over the prior week. Within each group, stocks are ordered by earnings per share rating plus relative strength rating, from high to low. An industry's price strength may have a direct effect in stocks within the group. Stocks that have confirmation of price movement from others in the group are usually found in groups moving up dramatically in rank.
List contains stocks with a daily low at least ¼ point above the prior day’s high. Closing price for the current week must be greater than the prior week’s closing price. Volume for the day of the gap must be higher than the prior day’s volume and the average daily volume. Gaps are measured on a daily basis and may not be visible on a weekly chart. Gaps on a price increase along with volume expansion occur because of tremendous demand for an issue. Gaps may occur at the beginning of a substantial price move or during the final climax move of an issue. Gaps may have important consequences and should be reviewed.
This list features companies with the greatest 4year price decline and the relative strength line at a one-year high. Stocks are ranked by the greatest price decline in the last four years. Stocks with large price declines in the last four years that begin to outperform the market may be undergoing a change which could lead to price appreciation.
This list features companies with the greatest improvement in Masterscore. Current Masterscore must be at least 68 and 5% better than last week. A special screen is used to eliminate most stocks that are extended in price.This proprietary rating is composed of earnings, sponsorship, relative strength, group rank and other factors that may influence the future stock price. A large improvement in Masterscore could lead to a stronger performing stock.
This list features companies with the highest combined relative strength rating and earnings per share rating. A special screen is used to eliminate most stocks that are extended in price. Strong earnings per share rank and relative strength have been present in most big market performers in the past. Each week, we present stocks with this powerful combination that are not extended in price. With new quarterly reports and changing relative strength numbers, this list could contain different securities each week.
This list features companies reporting the greatest percentage change in quarterly earnings. Earnings percent change for the current quarter must be 25% or more and prior quarter must have also increased. A special screen is used to eliminate most stocks that are extended in price. Strong quarterly earnings have been present in almost all past winning stocks. If current quarterly earnings show an improvement over the prior quarter, it might mean a fundamental change is occurring.
The list screens for stocks with moving averages in an uptrend based on Minervini Trend Template criteria. The 1-month version requires the 200-day moving average to be trending up for 1-Month.
The list screens for stocks with moving averages in an uptrend based on Minervini Trend Template criteria. The 5-Month version requires the 200-day moving average to be trending up for 5-Months.
This screen finds stocks whose price has reached/surpassed the pivot point on a Weekly Base during the prior trading day. A breakout occurs when a stock's price rises above its resistance level, i.e., a price ceiling at which the stock has previously encountered selling. This price ceiling is known as pivot. When a stock charges above the pivot on above-average trading volume, there is a high probability that it will move even higher. We like to see volume at least 40% to 50% above average on the breakout day.
This screen finds stocks whose price has reached/surpassed the pivot point on a Weekly Base within the past 16 days and has not declined more than 7% from the pivot price since reaching the pivot.
This screen finds stocks whose price is within 5% of the pivot point on a Weekly Base. A pivot represents an area of resistance i.e., a price ceiling at which the stock has previously encountered selling. In our study of winning stocks and their technical breakouts, we have identified pivot as an optimal buy point. When a stock charges above the pivot on above-average trading volume, there is a high probability that it will move even higher.
This screen finds stocks that are more than 25% above the pivot price without ever undercutting the pivot and at least 7 Days but less than 1 year have elapsed since the pivot price. These stocks are also above their 50-day moving average and near a new 52-week high.
This screen finds stocks whose price is trading 7% or more below the pivot price. The failures start when a stock clears a proper buy point, then falls back more than 7% below that mark. This triggers the golden sell rule: Get out no deeper than 7% to 8% below your purchase price.
Companies reporting in the next few days.
Companies reported earnings in past one month.
A "High Tight Flag" price pattern is rare, occurring in no more than a few stocks during a bull market. It begins with the stock moving. generally 100% to 120% in a very short period of four to eight weeks It then corrects sideways no more than 10% to 25%, usually in three, four, or five weeks.
This vertical-looking pattern is counterintuitive, because an investor’s tendency is to buy low and sell high. But in a high tight flag, a stock is seeing a queue of investors ready to buy high and sell even higher. The tight flag shows just a small portion of investors taking profit; others are impatient to press ahead.
This is the strongest of patterns, but it’s also very risky and difficult to interpret correctly. At first sight you might think It’s surreal. But it is real. This is a list of stocks that have the potential to form a high tight flag in the current market environment.
Top rated IPOs - The stock market's newest companies are where you find some of the biggest winning stocks of all time. Initial public offerings, or IPOs, are typically in their early stages of growth, and its big earnings growth that generally fuels a stock’s price performance. The list has special screening criteria to find up-and-coming stocks with strong fundamental and technical traits.
These stocks have come public in recent years and currently trading within 25% of 52week high price. Stocks are screened for an EPS rating and Relative Strength of at least 70. This report excludes stocks with INR 500 cr. of market capitalization.
MarketSmith founder, William J. O'Neil, is a stock market legend who pioneered the use of historical precedent based on both fundamental and technical analysis for equity investing. His philosophy centres on seven characteristics common to the greatest stock market winners of all time. O'Neil details his strategy in his bestselling book "How to Make Money in Stocks. This screen is based on his philosophy, emphasizing companies with strong earnings growth and relative price strength that are within 15 percent of their 52-week highs. It may be most effective in the early stages of a bull market when strong stocks are ready to emerge after general market pressure eases.
Considered one of the fathers of value investing, Benjamin Graham was a professional investor and instructor at Columbia University. His books "Security Analysis" and "The Intelligent Investor" are two of the most famous investing books. This screen emphasizes securities that are cheap on a PE and price-to-book basis, but still show signs of financial stability. It may be most effective in the later stages of bear markets when good companies' stock prices have been driven down to values under their intrinsic worth. The stocks having Market Capitalization (Crore) greater than 500 and Average Rupee Volume greater than 10,000 are considered to filter stocks for the list.
Known as a champion of quantitative investing, James P. O'Shaughnessy is the former Director of Systematic Equity at Bear Steams and current Chairman and CEO of his own firm. His book "What Works on Wall Street" backtests numerous investing strategies to identify the statistical variables that point to stock market success. This screen focuses on his Small Cap Growth and Value approach. It emphasizes small cap stocks showing strong relative price strength and positive earnings growth that are trading at low price-to-sales multiples.
Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time and current primary shareholder and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. A former student of Benjamin Graham, Buffett is noted as a legendary value investor, though he is also believed to incorporate an emphasis on management quality and company growth prospects. Buffett has never written a book detailing his investment philosophy, but parts of his philosophy come to light in Berkshire’s annual reports. One of the more famous books on his philosophy is “Buffettology” written by his ex-daughter-in-law. This screen emphasises metrics looking for companies with long term past and potential future growth. Of the stocks returned by the screen, Buffett most likely would emphasize those trading at reasonable prices. The stocks having Market Capitalization (Crore) greater than 500 and Average Rupee Volume greater than 10,000 are considered to filter stocks for the list.
Peter Lynch is best known for a growth at a reasonable price approach to investing. A hugely successful former manager of the Fidelity Magellan Fund, his philosophy is detailed in his best-selling book "One Up on Wall Street" and more recently in "Beating the Street." Lynch is often associated with the PEG ratio which measure PE ratios in relation to growth rates. This screen emphasizes companies trading for below average prices on a PE or PEG basis that are not already widely owned by institutions. The stocks having Market Capitalization (Crore) greater than 500 and Average Rupee Volume greater than 10,000 are considered to filter stocks for the list.
Equity derivative is a class of derivatives whose value is at least partly derived from one or more underlying equity securities.The section below provides you with an insight into the list of equity derivatives available on indices and securities.
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