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Science of Alpha from Safety

Trillion-$ trick: India could be just one policy tweak away from a tectonic shift in money matters

Economic Times Synopsis The key focus should be to direct first timers, the Robinhood traders, to the equity markets to build wealth over the long-term. It is 2021, the Sensex has touched 50,000 from an initial value of 100 in 1979, i.e. 500 times over nearly 42 years, and Nifty is close to touching 15,000…
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OmniScience Capital introduces a New Asset Class Beyond Mutual Funds on the smallcase platform

OmniScience smallcases bring the exclusive HNI strategies based on Scientific Investing to All   Mumbai, Jan 21, 2020: OmniScience Capital, a SEBI-registered Investment Adviser, has partnered with smallcase, a fintech investment platform, to bring a new asset class OmniScience smallcase. OmniScience smallcases are based on its proprietary Scientific Investing framewok which aims to “Enhance Safety,…
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US market valuations not expensive, opportunities in niche segments still attractive

US market valuations not expensive, opportunities in niche segments still attractive Concentrate on segments such as information technology, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, communications and industrials Despite the COVID-19 crisis, the US economy did quite well in 2020. According to the Fed’s Economic Projections on Dec 16, 2020, the real GDP for 2020 is expected to…
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Build stock portfolios outside the index overseas

Synopsis “While there is a bubble in stocks like Tesla and Netflix there are a lot of individual stock opportunities available and investors can build a portfolio of companies with good fundamentals and fair valuations,” says Vikas Gupta, Chief Investment Strategist, Omniscience Capital. https://bit.ly/3hD8ASD

Sensex, Nifty still far from pre-COVID levels, but over 180 stocks have achieved the goal

Published in Moneycontrol Indian benchmark indices are at a 6-month high but are still 5 percent away from pre-COVID levels. The first case for COVID in India was registered on January 30. Sensex closed at 40,913 and Nifty50 ended at 12,035 that day. Read more about OmniScience Capital’s views on opportunities in Indian mid and smallcaps…
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Moneycontrol Poll: 65-66% respondents want to invest in US equities as brokerages offer platforms

(Published in Moneycontrol) With more and more brokerages offering a platform to trade and invest in the US market, a large number of India’s retail investors appear to be ready to bet on US equities. OmniScience Capital’s views in the Moneycontrol article  

Should US equities be the core investment in an Indian portfolio?

(Published in Moneycontrol) US equity markets are the largest in the world, with a market cap of around $30 trillion, representing around 35 per cent of the global stock market capitalization. With a nominal GDP of around $21 trillion, the US economy represents around 25 per cent of the global pie.   Readon @Moneycontrol

How to reduce costs on your forex transfers from India

(Published in Mint)   Transferring money in and out of India is an expensive affair. Numerous transaction costs are involved, including the currency spread (the difference between a bank’s buying and selling rate), bank commission and GST (goods and service tax). In this piece, we will explore what these charges are and how you can…
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Despite years of lock-in, close-ended equity funds report losses

Published in Moneycontrol … With the fall in NAVs, investors in these close-ended schemes now face the prospect of making a loss at the time of exit. Even in schemes where NAVs are quoting above NFO prices, the gains are miniscule and investors would end up with returns that are much lower than fixed-income schemes.…
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Value traps or undervalued? 18 companies in BSE500 index trade at low price-to-book value

(Published in Moneycontrol) Clearly many companies look undervalued but the real question is should one consider investing in these companies or are they value traps? The Indian market has rallied about 50 percent from the lows recorded in March 2020. After a sharp rise, investors are now looking to add stocks that are trading at…
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