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Opportunity in Adversity

India : 2020

Investment to be benefited from Building a future India

High Speed Growth

High Growth
earnings stocks

E-vehicle - The Future

Invest in today's potential, with
future energy

Focus 2019

Stocks historically outperformed the market during election year, doesn’t matter which government comes in power

New India

Investment to be benefited from
Building a New India

Magic Formula

Fundamentally sound companies selected using Greenblatt's Magic Formula

Value Picks

High performing stocks at low
valuations

Growth & Dividend

Fundamentally strong companies screened using Kevin Matras' criteria that gives dividend

Peter-Lynch

Companies based on the book 'One up on the Wall Street' by Peter Lynch and its multiple PEG Ratio.

Benjamin-Graham

Companies that are undervalued with good solvency ratio on the basis of a book “The Intelligent Investor”

The Naked Traders

Companies screened using parameters in the book 'The Naked Trader' by Robbie Burns

The Buffett's Way

“In the Short run, the market is voting machine, but in the long run it is a weighing machine.’’    

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Complaint Board
As On 31st March, 2020
Beginning of month Received during the month Resolved during the month Pending at the end of the month Reason for pendency
213 1 3 2 Closed by us, Filed ATR, SCORES approval awaited

Total clients served so far Total complaints received so far % complaint on customer base
70,000+ Customers 214 0.30%

Data is updated on 7th per month. It gets verified every quarter by independent auditor.

Data presented here is taken from company's inception

Importance given to satisfactory resolution as per prescribed TAT

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India 2020

market Neuron
Long Term
It is the best time to make investment during festive season, from October to January, in stocks as it is the most prosperous time..

  • Indices have always shown a tremendous movement in just 10 Months after every Diwali, thus making the life of investor, more grandeur.
  • The benchmark indices are likely to hit new records in the next 6 to 9 months, but investors are advised to stay with quality.
  • People splurge on clothing, gifts, and gadgets, among other things during this festive season. In fact, the four months from October to December contribute a major chunk to the annual sales of consumer durables. This obviously works as a boost in the economy, and creates a cycle of sentimental up-turn translated into various other industries.
  • Considering the specified factors, we have built this Neuron by picking up stocks that have a capability of generating good return over a period of time for their shareholders. Companies under the sector have an immense opportunity to grow further in the future with further development of the country.
Basket of Stocks
India:2020 Neuron includes stocks that are listed ONLY in National Stock Exchange, and covers almost 90% of the market capitalisation, which is the top 700 traded companies in terms of daily liquidity.

Research
After carefully studying different investment ideas and strategies, economic data, various news and trends  that impact the market. Based on the findings, Our Research Experts identify the criteria for stock screening for this Neuron.

Portfolio Building / Stock Selection
The top 700 traded stocks in National Stock Exchange is screened using the above criteria to get a list of potential Neuron member stocks. The list is further screened based on fundamental and technical parameters to select the top 7 stocks for this Neuron.

Weightage
The list of selected stocks is equally weighted.

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High Speed Growth

High Growth earnings stocks
Growth rate is a measure of the rate at which a company's net earnings have increased during the previous fiscal quarter. Companies in a high growth trajectory have big investment opportunities and they invest their earnings in the business. The increase investment spending year on year is reflected in the continuous increase in profit. Stocks price of these companies show strong price momentum in market and are relatively outperformer in the market. Comparative valuations of these companies are historically on the higher side reflecting strong earnings growth.

This Neuron is built by selecting companies which are showing earnings growth and strong price momentum.

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E-Vehicle - The Future

market Neuron
Long Term
Invest in today's potential, with future energy
In the second phase of transitions the government has revised the policies to make India pioneer in electric mobility for global technology and automobile companies. The policies have designed such a way that it will usher in electric mobility in a big way as it holds immense promise for economic growth and ease of living.

We expect India to create a robust and affordable electric mobility ecosystem comprising production facilities and a large network of charging points to achieve three key strategic goals—cutting down carbon emissions, creating new job opportunities and reduce use of crude oil, about 80% of the requirement of which is met through imports.

Many businesses have ventured into setting up charging stations to tap opportunities arising from a transition to electric mobility. One key challenge to realizing the goal of electric mobility is the high cost of batteries which policy makers hope will come down with new technology and economy of scale.

The Indian automobile industry is the largest growing markets and contributes highly in the country’s manufacturing facilities. The automotive industry in India is further expected to pull up the share of manufacturing in India’s GDP to 25% by 2022. As vehicles have become the phantom in human life, its design, development and existence plays a substantial role in present generation. The auto industry is set to witness major changes in form of Electric Vehicles. The electric vehicles technology is at a very nascent stage and it is expected to evolve in the upcoming years. A face change is definitely anticipated for India’s EV industry with major thrust given by the government. The Government support and subsidies are the keys to embellish EV market in India. It plans to give hike in investment to USD 3 bn under the National Electric Mobility Plan (NEMP) 2020.

With a futuristic vision on electric vehicles, the Government has raised the incentives under the second phase of Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric (and Hybrid) vehicles (FAME) scheme to INR 5500 cr which would be allowed to all categories of vehicles for all cities. Out of the total allocation, INR 4500 cr would be allocated for providing subsidies and INR 1000 cr would be allocated for charging infrastructure. Government plans to set up 30,000 slow charging stations and 15,000 fast charging stations over the next 3-5 years to improve electric infrastructure. The availability of charging infrastructure and the financial aid provided by the government are the emerging factors that are positively correlated with the expanding growth of electric vehicle market. It is even expected that the Centre would exempt electric vehicles from paying toll taxes during infancy stage and provide permits to run electric three-wheelers across the country.

With the government’s outlook for the shift towards an eco-friendly environment by focusing more on the usage of electric vehicles we expect that automakers and other collateral segments would be the major beneficiaries.

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Focus 2019

About Neuron
The outcome of general elections in May is seen as the biggest local event that will set a direction for markets. Until then, equity gauges are expected to react to progress on global developments such as Brexit and US-China trade talks. Foreign portfolio investors have pumped in a net of $767.77 million into Indian equities so far in February.undefined

In a key economic development, India's merchandise trade deficit widened to $14.73 billion in January after hitting a 10-month low of $13.08 billion in December, data released by Commerce Ministry showed. The deficit was $15.67 billion in January 2018. Merchandise exports grew 3.74 percent on year to $26.36 billion, mainly due to growth in textiles, drugs and pharmaceuticals as well as organic and inorganic chemicals.

Investors have turned cautious ahead of the forthcoming general election. Investor’s sentiments were dampened by the steep decline in shares of certain large-cap and mid-cap companies amidst mixed earnings performance in Q3FY19. All the sectoral indices lost value over the last seven sessions.

The equity markets have turned very volatile and even massive companies are not spared. The recent volatility in stock prices of Tata Motors, Dr Reddy’s, Sun Pharma, Yes Bank, Vedanta, Essel group companies, Anil Ambani group companies is a matter of concern as retail investors are getting trapped with every news flow.

Out of the several Industries in the India Economy, there are few industries that have probably always outperformed the market post election. Doesn’t matter what is the outcome of election, which government is coming into power, there are few sectors on which every government counts on as these are the sectors on which our economy lies.

While making this Neuron our aim was to pick up those sectors who has a potential to gain huge return during a time span of May-Dec every election year. Here, we are expecting an average return of 35% from the portfolio which we have prepared covering all those sectors which meet our specified criteria.

Once we have shortlisted the sectors, our further screening process was to pick up the stocks which are expected to perform well and provide expected return in a pre-defined interval. We have picked stocks which are trading below Industry average P/E, P/B ratio and higher Industry average dividend yield.

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Benjamin Graham

market Neuron
Long Term
Companies that are undervalued with good solvency ratio on the basis of a book “The Intelligent Investor”

Benjamin Graham, also known as the “father of value investing” set out some important stock-picking criterion in his book “The Intelligent Investor”. This Neuron is built by applying the few criterions like Companies with low Debt / Equity Ratio and high “Earnings to Fixed Charges” ratio indicate long term solvency and the soundness of long-term financial policies of the company. Graham emphasizes the use of “price to book value” ratio for picking up undervalued companies which are showing future growth prospects in terms of Earnings as well as Cash Flows.

Since launch ROI of
49.31%*

Rs. 25,000

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New India

Investment to be benefited from Building a New India
The Government of India has taken significant initiatives to strengthen the economic credentials of the country and make it one of the strongest economies in the world. Rise in domestic investments has been one of the biggest contributors to the India growth story and the public and private sector have both enabled and sustained these investments.

India’s Gross Fixed Capital Formation at constant prices was INR 40.88 lakh crore (US$ 561.44 billion) in 2017-18. The Government of India forecasts capital expenditure to increase by 30 per cent from INR 3 lakh crore (US$ 41.2 billion) in 2017-18 to INR 3.9 lakh crore (US$ 53.6 billion) in 2019-20. Net investments by Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) reached INR 90.85 crore (US$ 12.48 billion) in 2017. The total number of investor accounts with 43 active mutual fund houses rose to a record 69.9 million at the end of February 2018 as against 55.4 million in March 2017, backed by a strong participation from retail investors, according to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

According to Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), the total FDI investments in India April-June 2018 stood at US$ 12.75 billion, indicating that governments effort to improve ease of doing business and relaxation in FDI norms is yielding results. Our aim is to cover sectors, which are going to contribute to drive our economy further and ultimately get benefited from Building a New India. We have covered a basket of sub-sectors, which ultimately provides a benefit to different companies under ‘one umbrella’.

Considering the specified factors, we have built this Neuron by picking up stocks that has a capability of generating huge return over a period of time for their shareholders. Companies under the sector have an immense opportunity to grow further in the future with further
development of the country. This is the best time for the investors to generate huge return from the market, as the Indian Economy has got a great investment potential in the near period.

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Magic Formula

market Neuron
Long Term
Fundamentally sound companies selected using Greenblatt's Magic Formula.

The “Little book that beats the stock market” written by Joel Greenblatt's talks about value investing strategy. The books discusses about higher return on capital employed which leads to higher profit earning. Return on capital employed measures the profitability and efficiency of the company. This Neuron is built by applying the Magic formula as described in the book, with special emphasis being given on those stocks which are trading at reasonable price.

Since launch ROI of
131%*

Rs. 25,000

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Value Picks

market Neuron
Long Term
High performing stocks at low valuations.

Value investing is an investment strategy where stocks are selected that trade for less than their intrinsic values. It is generally seen that market overreacts to good and bad news, resulting in stock price movements that do not correspond with a company's long-term fundamentals, giving an opportunity to profit when the price is deflated. This value buying strategy based stock selection gives good upside return potential in the long term. In this Neuron stocks are selected based on its intrinsic value, which is above its current market price.

Since launch ROI of
214.07%*

Rs. 25,000

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Growth & Dividend

market Neuron
Long Term
Fundamentally strong companies screened using Kevin Matras' criteria that gives dividend.

This Neuron is built based on investment criteria set out by Kevin Matras, an US based investment expert in his book "Finding #1 Stocks: Screening, Back testing and Time-Proven Strategies". Companies having high return on capital employed will be able to manage endurable earning growth. High return on capital employed with low debt/equity ratio leads to high return on equity which gives good return in stock market. In this Neuron, stocks have been selected based on high return on equity in the same sector. Companies have been further screened based on its P/OCF (Price to Operating Cash Flow) instead of just PE ratio. High operating cash flows gives the company the ability to sustain earnings growth. In addition we have selected stocks which have given positive dividend growth rate.

Since launch ROI of
66.47%*

Rs. 25,000

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Peter-Lynch

market Neuron
Long Term
Companies based on the book 'One up on the Wall Street' by Peter Lynch and its multiple PEG Ratio.

This Neuron is built based on investment criteria set out by Peter Lynch, an American investment expert in his book "One up on Wall Street". Companies having high EPS growth in the recent years are expected to continue with a sustainable growth rate in future. Also, a low debt/equity ratio along with a higher interest coverage ratio leads to a high return on equity which gives good return in the stock market. In this Neuron, stocks have been selected based on high earnings growth, high operating cash flow growth, and their valuation multiples. Companies have been further screened based on its PEG Ratio (P/E Ratio to Growth Multiple), a multiple coined by Peter Lynch himself, as high growth companies continue to perform better even if they trade above their sectorial P/E Ratio.

Since launch ROI of
73.00%*

Rs. 25,000

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The Naked Traders

market Neuron
Long Term
Companies screened using parameters in the book 'The Naked Trader' by Robbie Burns.

This Neuron is based on a book "The Naked Trader by Robbie Burns" which is a growth investment strategy. Stocks are exclusively selected on the basis of strong growth and earnings in the recent past . Other factors are also taken into consideration like the price momentum and value, and focus on small and mid-cap stocks. High leverage companies are avoided in this selection process as it affects the profitability and return on equity of the company. Stocks are also screened on valuation parameters like PE, EV/EBITDA, P/BV ratio, so that reasonably priced stocks are selected.

Since launch ROI of
22.30%*

Rs. 25,000

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The Buffet’s Way

market Neuron
Long Term
“In the Short run, the market is voting machine, but in the long run it is a weighing machine.’’    

Value investing is an investment tactic where stocks are selected which appear to trade for less than their intrinsic, or book values. Value investors actively seek out the stocks they believe the market has undervalued.Investors who use this strategy think the market overreacts to good and bad news, resulting in stock price movements which do not correspond to a company's long-term fundamentals. This overreaction gives the value investor an opportunity to profit buy stocks at a deflated price.

Fast Facts

  • Value investing came from a concept by Columbia Business School professors Benjamin Graham and David Dodd in 1934.
  • Warren Buffet is perhaps the most well-known value investor.
  • Studies have consistently found that value stocks outperform growth stocks and the market as a whole, over long time horizons.
Undervalued stocks are thought to come about through investor irrationality. Value investors hope to profit from this sort of irrationality by investing in companies which may have any combination or one of the following:

  • Below average price-to-book ratios
  • Lower than average price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios
  • Higher than average dividend yields
After a review, we as a value investor decided to purchase shares if the comparative value is attractive enough.

Considering all these factors, we have prepared this Neuron where we have picked stocks which are below their Intrinsic Value i.e. undervalued stocks, and ultimately we have followed 3 basic rules of value investing, where we have picked stocks which are below industry average price-to-book value (P/B) ratios, lower than average price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios and higher than average dividend yields.



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