What do I get as a subscriber? Who should subscribe?
Anyone looking to profit from investing/ trading in the stock markets should take advantage of our services.
Our recommendations are based on fundamental principles and are focused towards finding undervalued stocks (i.e. stocks which are available at prices much less than what they are worth). We encourage investors to maintain a balanced and diversified portfolio and recommend stocks from a combination of (i) large well established, (ii) mid caps and (iii) small cap companies.
Our ‘stock of the month’ recommendation helps investors in creating a well diversified portfolio by investing systematically in the most undervalued stocks on a monthly basis.
After subscribing, you will immediately receive your login details – a username and a password on your registered email ID. Go to the Member Login section on top right side of the menu bar and login using those credentials. You will reach a page with links to your subscription reports. Click on the respective report page to access the list of stocks.
How do you update subscribers about changes to your recommendations?
Website – Our website is updated on a real time basis every time we add or exit from a stock in any of our recommendation lists. In addition, whenever we close amy position, we update our track record page.
SMS – SMS alerts are sent to subscribed members, whenever we update any of our recommendation lists.
Can I get a trial offer?
No, we no longer provide trial offer for any of our services.
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In which segments do you have the highest accuracy, can you provide screenshots, contract notes to prove your performance?
We look at all segments of the Indian economy and a lot of our performance metrics are available on our website itself and is sent directly to those who have signed up for our newsletters (signing up for the newsletter is free – you can sign up here). That apart it is also published on the web with links sent to clients, like here – https://www.sanasecurities.com/track-record
We are not stock brokers so we don’t provide contract notes. A couple of helpful articles we wrote on (i) stock brokers (ii) basics of trading and (iii) our business model are available here:
what’s your track record with your Multibagger picks till date. I am interested to explore your Multibagger picks with 10% of my capital. I hope, you track your calls closely till they get closed & subscribers are periodically updated with your call tracks periodically as per the market condition w.r.t open calls
I find it important to state here that as a stock advisory portal; our focus is on – long term value creation. We are constantly monitoring our open positions. Clients are notified by email every time we include or close a position in any of our recommendation basket. In addition, you can keep a track of things on this page – https://www.sanasecurities.com/track-record
How to know the intrinsic value of the recommended companies?
We tried to answer this a few years back over here – https://www.sanasecurities.com/intrinsic-value-of-share . We do see that a lot of analysts give fixed targets. There is in fact a whole industry around this.
When we look for stocks, we try to research for those which are trading at a significant discount and will appreciate from those levels. We have made a lot of profitable calls but do not give fixed ‘price’ or ‘value’ figures. We avoid both – (i) stating a fixed intrinsic value and (ii) a future target price.
One way of calculating the intrinsic value is to use a DCF calculator. We had explained that and created a DCF calculator on this page –https://www.sanasecurities.com/dcf-analysis-stock-valuation . This will work well for cash rich businesses and may not be of much help in case of capital intensive businesses that operate with a lot of debt.
Why do you have a company with bad financial results ranked higher than companies with stronger financials?
The scoring is based entirely on the historical numbers. While it does show the track record of the company which to some extent is a good indication of its future prospects, it is not what decides the future of a business. If it did, then there was little for us to do.
It is the potential for growth of these companies which gets them a higher rank.
If it was only past numbers, you will find many companies which are not on our list which will possibly score much higher than these companies but they did not make it to our list because we were not convinced that these companies will be able to maintain their growth trajectory.
What is the time horizon you have in mind before the share price rises?
We have stated specific time horizons for each recommendations. However, the rule to remember is “Capital will flow towards return” and when capital flows, stock prices move up. This is time tested. We find no reason to refute this principle and advocate holding on to your investments until your rational for investing is either met or becomes unviable.
What do you consider good PE and ROE?
Think of stocks as any other product you buy. How much would you pay for a shirt? Now the question is how much is a fair price for a shirt?
When you talk of stocks, you cannot know if the PE is high or low unless you compare it to the historic price, long term growth prospects, to an industry, or to the market. We prefer comparing PE to future growth prospects. There is no strict rule as to what is a good PE. It varies depending upon the industry and economic conditions. For example, technology companies generally command a higher PE than infra companies because the growth in the earnings of technology companies is much higher over a short term.
For details on this please follow the link below:
Other factors include return on equity; the company’s forward looking business plan, the company’s trend in market share, etc.
What is your criterion of selection and scoring?
While this may be a very vast area to cover, we have written about this aspect in many of our blog postings. See examples below:
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