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STOCK ACTION BUY PRICE SELL PRICE GAIN / LOSS (%) DURATION STATUS
BUY 1350 1510 11.85 1 Month Closed
BUY 570 629 10.35 1 Month Closed
BUY 1620 1820 12.34 2 Months Closed
BUY 500 590 18.20 1 Month & 15 days Closed

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About Us

Who We Are?

Absolute Finserve is enabling scalable growth by leveraging stock market intelligence and analytics. We are in exercising judicious investment aligned with risk appetite; operating effectively to deliver business outcomes. This is what makes Absolute Finserve complete Stock Market Advisor. Absolute Finserve is conversant in keeping a tab on stock market updates and is pro-active in managing investors’ portfolio: understanding investors’ risk appetite, helping to tide market risks, developing tactical asset allocation, diversifying stock investment.

What We Do?

A dedicated team very sensibly understands the risk tolerance of investors and defines the risk appetite of our valuable clients the same serves as a guiding stone to make financial advice.

On the basis of the risk profile, our financial advisors give customized and growth-oriented suggestions. Our Portfolio managers reach you with the right message on the right platform at the right time.
We are equipped with a dedicated support team.

What Do We Care About?

We at absolute our goal of growing your financials safely and smartly is of paramount importance. On the way of achieving the same, we define our objectives and they are:

  • Timely suggestions
  • Customized services
  • Laudable support

Methodologies

We study the stock price and volume metrics to determine future price movements. By matching shapes and patterns in the movement of stock prices, Our Technical Analysts can forecast that the price history will repeat itself, hence helping our clients to trade their way to wealth.

  • Pattern Recognition Method
  • Linear Regression Modal

Technical analysis is a security analysis discipline used for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data. The technical analysis of the past market data would usually be focused in the moving average of price, support line, resistance line and charting patterns. Under this method we use

1. Head and Shoulder Pattern

A head and shoulders pattern is comprised of three component parts:

  • After long bullish trends, the price rises to a peak and subsequently declines to form a trough.
  • The price rises again to form a second high substantially above the initial peak and declines again
  • The price rises a third time, but only to the level of the first peak, before declining once more.

The head and shoulders chart pattern is popular and easy to spot pattern once a traders are aware of what they are watching for. The pattern appears on all times frames and can therefore be used by day and swing traders as well as investors. Entry levels, stop levels and price targets make the formation easy to implement, as the chart pattern provides important and easy-to-see levels.

2. Triangle Pattern

A triangle is a chart pattern, depicted by drawing trend lines along a converging price range, that connotes a pause in the prevailing trend. Technical analysts categorize triangles as continuation patterns.

  • A triangle is a chart pattern, depicted by drawing trend lines along a converging price range that connotes a pause in the prevailing trend.
  • Triangles are similar to wedges and pennants and can be either a continuation pattern, if validated, or a powerful reversal pattern, in the event of failure.
  • There are three potential triangle variations that can develop as price action carves out a holding pattern, namely ascending, descending, and symmetrical triangles.

In the end, as with any technical indicator, successfully using triangle patterns really comes down to patience and due diligence. While these three triangle patterns tend toward certain signals and indications, it’s important to stay vigilant and remember that the market is not known for being predictable and can change directions quickly.

3. Flag and Pennant

Flags and pennants chart patterns are primarily known for signalling a continuation of the previous trend. The flag or pennant chart pattern is formed right after a bullish or bearish price movement followed by a period of consolidation. This is where price tends to take a pause before continuing in the original direction of the trend.

Flags and pennants chart patterns are easy to identify and can be found just after an important news release such as the NFP/unemployment reports or other important economic news release.

Regression is a statistical measurement used in finance, investing, and other disciplines that attempts to determine the strength of the relationship between one dependent variable (usually denoted by Y) and a series of other changing variables (known as independent variables).

We have all heard investment managers discuss their low correlations, high alpha, and low beta, but what is the real meaning of these terms? All of them relate to how different investments react relative to one another.

  • The correlation coefficient (R) measures the extent of linear association of one or more funds or indices.
  • Alpha is a measure of value added by an investment relative to the market (i.e. an index) or to another investment.
  • Beta is a measure of the volatility of an investment relative to the market (i.e. an index) or to another investment.
  • The coefficient of determination (R2) measures how well the regression line fits the data. The R2 is the only measure that attempts to be predictive. The regression line is a graph of the mathematical relationship between two variables. the regression line is the line of “best fit” drawn through a scatter plot, and represents a linear relationship between two investments.

The correlation coefficient can range from -1 to +1. As the above figure 20 illustrates, a correlation value near +1 indicates a high positive correlation between two investments. If one investment has positive returns during a period, it is highly likely that the other investment’s returns will also be positive

Standard Deviation

We use ATR method (Average True Range) in Standard Deviation as a way of measuring volatility in price. One useful aspect of the ATR is that it captures both intraday volatility and between day volatility. Other measures based on standard deviation of prices usually only do one or the other.

The ATR of an instrument is helpful in a few different scenarios. In a trading system, it can help in deciding position sizing. It can also help in setting your stop loss and take profit.

Absolute Finserve is enabling scalable growth by leveraging stock market intelligence and analytics. We are in exercising judicious investment aligned with risk appetite; operating effectively to deliver business outcomes. This is what makes Absolute Finserve complete Stock Market Advisor. Absolute Finserve is conversant in keeping a tab on stock market updates and is pro-active in managing investors’ portfolio: understanding investors’ risk appetite, helping to tide market risks, developing tactical asset allocation, diversifying stock investment. The stock market is vast, complex and volatile. Bull market or Bear market Absolute Finserve commits to serve every market sentiment. We are a mix of brilliant analysts and laudable support team together act as relationship builders. We’re committed to creating vibrant customer experiences.

One of the tools that we use to manage portfolios is fundamental analysis. It is helpful in gathering the right information to make reasoned decisions about how and where to invest. Our analysts build a path to profits by allowing traders to separate companies that are fundamentally strong from those that are fundamentally weak.

Fundamental analysis is different than technical analysis, which focuses more on price moves and technical features of a particular stock's historical performance.

  • Macro Analysis
  • Micro Analysis
Broad Based Index

Broad Based index is a tool used to track the performance in a basket of stocks. The methodology used to compute an index can vary, but the ultimate purpose of each one is to have a benchmark to view the average price moves of the group over a period of time. Investors who want the maximum benefit of diversification can invest in securities that are included in an index or invest in other financial products such as some index funds that are made up of the stocks within the index.

GDP

Gross domestic product (GDP) is one of the most common indicators used to track the health of a nation's economy. It includes a number of different factors such as consumption and investment. It represents the total rupee value of all goods and services produced over a specific time period, often referred to as the size of the economy. GDP is usually expressed as a comparison to the previous quarter or year. India's GDP growth for the second quarter of the financial year 2019-20 (Jul-Sep 19) was 4.5%

Inflation

Inflation is an economic term that refers to an environment of generally rising prices of goods and services within a particular economy. As general prices rise, the purchasing power of the consumer decreases. The measure of inflation over time is referred to as the inflation rate. In common terminology, many people may refer to inflation as "the cost of living."

With this idea in mind, investors should try to buy investment products with returns that are equal to or greater than inflation. For example, if ABC stock returned 4% and inflation was 5%, then the real return on investment would be minus 1% (5% - 4%).

Purchasing Managers Index

Purchasing Managers Indexes (PMI) are economic indicators derived from monthly surveys of private sector companies.

The three principal producers of PMIs are the Institute for Supply Management (ISM),[1] which originated the manufacturing and non-manufacturing metrics and which produces them for the United States, the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM), which produces the Singapore PMI and the Markit Group, which produces metrics based on ISM's work for over 30 countries worldwide.

Industry Analysis

Industry analysis is a type of investment research that begins by focusing on the status of an industry or an industrial sector. A form of fundamental analysis involving the process of making investment decisions based on the different stages an industry is at during a given point in time. The type of position taken will depend on firm specific characteristics, as well as where the industry is at in its life cycle.

Peer Analysis

Peer group analysis is the final piece of the basic investment quantitative toolkit. It allows investors to see how a particular fund ranks over various periods compared to funds using the similar investment strategies

SWOT Analysis

SWOT analysis is a technique for assessing the performance, competition, risk, and potential of a business, as well as part of a business such as a product line or division, an industry, or other entity.

Using internal and external data, the technique can guide businesses toward strategies more likely to be successful, and away from those in which they have been, or are likely to be, less successful. An independent SWOT analysis analysts, investors or competitors can also guide them on whether a company, product line or industry might be strong or weak and why.

  • Book value is a key measure that investors use to gauge a stock's valuation. The book value of a company is the total value of the company's assets, minus the company's outstanding liabilities. The company's balance sheet is where you'll find total asset value, and for accounting purposes, the cost of acquiring the asset is the starting point for what you'll find listed in the company's financials. The balance sheet also takes into account accumulated depreciation of those assets, and that helps bring the true value of the assets closer to the number used for book value purposes. Often, book value is expressed on a per-share basis, dividing the total shareholder equity by the number of shares of stock outstanding.
  • Market Value or market price refers to the price that purchasers and sellers both accept. In other words, the price at which they agree to trade a security in an open market. What investors believe a company is worth we refer to as market capitalization. We calculate market capitalization by multiplying the current market price of the entity shares by the number of shares outstanding. The term is similar to, but not the same as intrinsic value. In an inefficient market, the term refers to the price both buyers and sellers would accept if they had equal access to data. Also, it is the price they would accept if they were free to trade without constraints. On a commodity or securities exchange, the term refers to the price of the latest trade. Put simply; market value is how much an asset would fetch in the marketplace. It includes not only how much people would buy it for, but also the right price for the seller.
  • Face Value, also referred to as par value or nominal value, is the value shown on the face of a security certificate, including currency. The concept most commonly applies to stocks and bonds, so it is particularly important to bond and preferred stock investors.
Ratio Analysis

Ratio analysis is a tool brought into play by individuals to carry out an evaluative analysis of information in the financial statements of a company. These ratios are calculated from current year figures and then compared to past years, other companies, the industry, and also the company to assess the performance of the company. Besides, ratio analysis is used predominantly by financial researchers of financial analysis

There are numerous ratios that can be estimated from the financial statements pertaining to a business companies activity, performance, liquidity, and financing. Some of the most common ratios include the debt-equity ratio, price-earnings ratio, asset turnover, earnings per share, and working capital.

P/E Ratio

The price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is the ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its per-share earnings (EPS). The price-to-earnings ratio is also sometimes known as the price multiple or the earnings multiple.

P/E ratios are used by investors and analysts to determine the relative value of a company's shares in an apples-to-apples comparison. It can also be used to compare a company against its own historical record or to compare aggregate markets against one another or over time.

P/BV Ratio

The price to book value ratio, or PBV ratio, compares the market and book value of the company. Imagine a company is about to be liquidated. It sells of all its assets, and pays off all its debts. Whatever is left over is the book value of the company. The PBV ratio is the market price per share divided by the book value per share. For example, a stock with a PBV ratio of 2 means that we pay Rs 2 for every Rs. 1 of book value. The higher the PBV, the more expensive the stock.

Solvency Ratio

Solvency ratio is one of the various ratios used to measure the ability of a company to meet its long term debts. Moreover, the solvency ratio quantifies the size of a companies after tax income, not counting non-cash depreciation expenses, as contrasted to the total debt obligations of the firm. Also, it provides an assessment of the likelihood of a company to continue meeting its debt obligations.

Absolute Finserve is enabling scalable growth by leveraging stock market intelligence and analytics. We are in exercising judicious investment aligned with risk appetite; operating effectively to deliver business outcomes. This is what makes Absolute Finserve complete Stock Market Advisor. Absolute Finserve is conversant in keeping a tab on stock market updates and is pro-active in managing investors’ portfolio: understanding investors’ risk appetite, helping to tide market risks, developing tactical asset allocation, diversifying stock investment. The stock market is vast, complex and volatile. Bull market or Bear market Absolute Finserve commits to serve every market sentiment. We are a mix of brilliant analysts and laudable support team together act as relationship builders. We’re committed to creating vibrant customer experiences.

Absolute Finserve is enabling scalable growth by leveraging stock market intelligence and analytics. We are in exercising judicious investment aligned with risk appetite; operating effectively to deliver business outcomes. This is what makes Absolute Finserve complete Stock Market Advisor. Absolute Finserve is conversant in keeping a tab on stock market updates and is pro-active in managing investors’ portfolio: understanding investors’ risk appetite, helping to tide market risks, developing tactical asset allocation, diversifying stock investment. The stock market is vast, complex and volatile. Bull market or Bear market Absolute Finserve commits to serve every market sentiment. We are a mix of brilliant analysts and laudable support team together act as relationship builders. We’re committed to creating vibrant customer experiences.

How it Works

How we provide services

  • Knowledge about financial industry
  • Basket of products as per Financial requirements of the client
  • Unbiased Research
  • Best Risk to Reward ratio in our trades
  • Personalized assistance in our customized products

What's our purpose

  • Unbiased Research is generated
  • Communicated to the client by different modes
  • The client executes the recommendations as per the given criteria.
  • Trade is closed as per the assistance communicated.