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Yesterday 11:51 AM
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Yesterday 11:28 AM

@kabirmalik hey Kabir! I believe it's most likely due the management. Although the company is doing well in terms of growth in profit and valuation, the promoters seem rather complacent in their attitude in deploying capital to drive growth. Usually growing companies keep investi...
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Reputation: 2,002 • Yesterday 7:45 AM

Hi guys, I shared the sheet with everyone who dropped their emails. If anyone else is left, feel free to reach out.
I want to outline a few things here :
- I've added a new sheet which is solely for undervalued, fundamentally strong stocks. There's no signal for these. They can...
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Sep 23 2:41 AM

@kabirmalik these bulk deals are usually done at different price. Bulk order trades can be placed within 1% of previous day's closing or at the current market price. Often the market makers claim that they can provide better prices for bulk deals. Which is why they are often seen...
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Sep 23 2:19 AM
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Sep 23 2:11 AM

@kabirmalik  I am not aware of any such platform. But I think there are ways we can infer this after the trade has happened. These trades are done through bulk block deals window. There are companies which provide this service to investors or institutions who want to buy large st...
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Sep 23 1:55 AM

@kabirmalik hi Kabir, missed your message. It was in the news that she bought 1.06% stake @ Rs 167.21. The price movement also correlates with this.
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Sep 23 11:24 AM
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Sep 19 12:01 PM

@mks-BkraC5gnw also, sheet one companies can be held for longer that few days if one wishes as these have been carefully selected based on their superior performance on fundamental metrics.
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Sep 19 11:57 AM

@mks-BkraC5gnw a higher positive value (shown in green) indicates a higher probability of price going up in the short term. There are two sheets. First one has select few companies which are fundamentally strong while second one has all companies which allow intraday trade. You c...
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Sep 17 8:28 AM

@amang as of now the model runs on local and outputs to a file on Google drive, which I'll share with you.
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Reputation: 2,002 • Sep 17 7:57 AM

Hi guys, I have been working on building some ML models over the past few months which generate signals which I use for short term trading (usual holding period from 0.5 to 5 days). The models are of different types - mostly mean reversion and momentum. In total around 60 models ...
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Reputation: 2,002 • Sep 13 3:51 AM

Why it's not always a good idea to use stoploss :
It's not uncommon to hear traders give you a target price, stoploss and entering price. Do you wonder how they arrive at those random numbers ?
An individual trader is just a small fish in the sea. There are many large players tr...
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Sep 8 10:54 AM

@johnny-SkASKzIMY  Yes Screener is a decent tool. Although It gives us flexibility in use, it increases our work by having us create queries. Pre-built screens are okay but I haven't found anything particularly impressive in them.
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Reputation: 2,002 • Sep 7 6:37 AM

Hi fellas, What tools/app do you generally use for stock analysis ? Does it satisfy your needs ?
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