Authors Kumar saurabh
#No 1 #Shreedigvijaycement
#No 2 #Bajajconsumer
#AR2021 #Bajajconsumer. 2nd company. Highlights - Rs 30 cr cost cutting sustainable ? Who gets Rs 8-9 Cr royalty benefit ? Who owns brand ? Why infra subsidiary with losses, intangible asset complexity ? Industry grown fat 2% in volume n 8% in value at 10 yr cagr pic.twitter.com/W4C0H2h8aV— kumar saurabh (@suru27) June 7, 2021
> 40% correction : 6 to 7%
> 30% correction : 18 to 21%
> 20% correction : 45 to 57%
Bulk of correction between 20-30% from highs
So, above Rs 250 Cr market cap (thats where I like to play mostly), out of 1168 companies:— kumar saurabh (@suru27) November 22, 2021
> 40% correction : 6% companies
> 30% correction : 18% companies
> 20% correction : 45% companies
Not bad. So, almost evey second company is down by 20% from life time high
An analysis which I did during Covid crash with @MashraniVivek on which sectors and stocks were strong, and we did pick pharma, chemical early cycle. Though we do not know where market is heading, doing such exercise always helps to find
strength when market bottoms. Of course, it requires much more reading and conviction building and hence should be taken only as a starting point. Here is how this list has been generated
1. Pick top 500 companies
2. Find list of companies which have fallen < 10% in last 3 months
Totally 61 out of 500 stocks.
This is how the sectors come up.
✍️Auto and Capital Goods stand out
✍️Do not ignore defence for sheer count as there are few companies in sector
✍️Next pocket looks like few beaten down sectors/stocks where may be value is emerging - FMCG, Pharma
List of stocks - Auto tops the list followed by capital goods, bank and financial, pharma and defense. Disc: I am biased towards auto n financials (keeping FII selling risk aside). Also, this is still a watchlist activity and I am not acting on it except being
invested in few auto n banking names. Please do your own due diligence. I am not a registered investment advisor and this is not a recommendation. Follow @ScientificInve6 and our Youtube channel for more such
1/1 The statement might look simple but has lot of nuances to understand. The best way is go open charts and explore. Any session I take my focus is on taking one simple statement n bring all nuances. May be sometime will do for this too but you need to explore it yourself.
2/2 Must have some basic knowledge of time frames, longevity of sata etc etc technical analysis to consume it fully. Explore it, it's a beautiful world.
At scientific investing, we ve "ghoomega" strategy n currently 4 stocks. UFO was one example shared
The least to do is observe all charts of @VVVStockAnalyst @charts_zone @Accuracy_Invst n u will get their pattern
Many were telling me that's stocks move after my post— Volatility Volume and Value (@VVVStockAnalyst) April 18, 2022
Didn't post nahar cap today when I bought and now it's 10% higher
This shows we surf the move and don't make the move \u270c\ufe0f
An extended analysis of the morning tweet is in this Youtube video. Like and retweet for wider reach
morning tweet on NASDAQ
1. Basics of Finance
2. Basics of Valuation
3. Basics of Fraud
Else you are putting your hard earned money on fire. Enough books and free resources available.
Wrote this thread for the same leveraging one of my Youtube videos as friends wanted to know where to