Last Updated on Jun 8, 2023 by Komal Roy

Staying ahead in the market requires access to reliable and comprehensive information. Tickertape Specials offer a range of exclusive filters designed to provide valuable insights and analysis for making informed investment decisions. From specialised rankings to unique filters, let’s unlock the potential of what Tickertape Specials can do! 

Steps to check Tickertape Specials Filters

Earnings Quality Rank is a feature that offers investors valuable insights into the sustainability and reliability of a company’s earnings. This percentile ranking compares a stock’s earnings quality against others in the country, considering factors like profit margin, asset efficiency, and operating cash flow. A high rank suggests stronger fundamentals and a higher likelihood of sustained earnings, while a lower rank may indicate potential challenges. By leveraging this tool, investors can assess a company’s financial health and stability, making more informed investment decisions based on earnings quality and sustainability. 

Fundamental Score Filter is a proprietary feature that assigns a score between 1 and 10 to stocks listed on the NSE. This score ranks the stocks within their respective sectors, with higher scores indicating stronger companies. The score considers factors such as valuation, profitability, market share growth, financial health, and earnings growth. This filter lets investors quickly assess a stock’s fundamental strength and make more informed investment decisions.

Price Momentum Rank is a feature that provides the percentile rank of a stock based on its price momentum characteristics. This rank assesses how well the stock has performed relative to other stocks in terms of price movement. A higher price momentum rank indicates that the stock has exhibited strong upward price trends, while a lower rank suggests weaker or negative momentum. By considering the price momentum rank, investors can gain insights into a stock’s recent price performance and make informed decisions based on its momentum relative to other stocks.

Price to Intrinsic Value Rank is a feature that provides the percentile rank of a stock based on its price-to-intrinsic value ratio. This rank calculates how the stock’s market price compares to its estimated intrinsic value. A higher rank indicates that the stock is trading at a relatively lower price compared to its intrinsic value, suggesting potential undervaluation. Conversely, a lower rank implies that the stock may be overvalued. By considering the price to intrinsic value rank, investors can assess the attractiveness of a stock’s valuation and make informed investment decisions based on its relative value compared to other stocks.

Value Momentum Rank is a feature that provides the percentile rank of a stock based on both its price momentum and valuation characteristics. This rank combines the assessment of a stock’s price momentum, which indicates its recent performance, with its valuation metrics, which determine its relative worth. By considering both factors, the Value Momentum Rank offers investors a comprehensive view of a stock’s attractiveness. 

For example; In the Energy Sector, Reliance Industries holds the #1 position, whereas, Kotyark Industries holds #4, and on the other hand Deep Industries holds the #82 position. Value Momentum Rank helps distinguish the stocks for investors. 

* Data as per 7th June, 2023

Utilise most of Tickertape’s Pro with the five filters which can help make your investing journey seamless, and more systematic. 

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