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Science of Alpha from Safety

How to identify the right stock and avoid losing money

Synopsis Here are some ways to identify the right stock and avoid the wrong ones. The biggest fear while investing in equities for every investor — big or small — is about losing money. Here, we will look at some of the ways people lose money in equities, and how to avoid them. In order…
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Your three-step guide to not getting singed in a market that is currently on steroids

Synopsis Equities are volatile and risky. The ups and downs might be difficult for many investors to tolerate. But, if one educates oneself to learn the basics of equity investing and risk tolerance, this journey can be quite rewarding. Pay yourself first. This is the advice on saving a part of your monthly salary or…
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BBBY Life From Home Work From Home

Bed, Bath & Beyond: A Life-From-Home Special Situation

Summary We analyze BBBY using OmniScience Capital’s Scientific Investing Framework. Life-From-Home or “home nesting” was catalyzed as a consequence of Covid-19 Work-From-Home. BBBY provides direct exposure to this, now secular, trend. BBBY is turning around to be a company with persistent competitive advantages, targeting a large TAM and available at a significant discount to intrinsic…
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Stock Market Scientific Investing

Scientific investing protects, creates wealth beyond the bull market rush

The Stock Market-A giant machine to transfer the wealth of the cult of momentum to Scientific Investors. Choose to be on the right side of wealth creation. As the cult of momentum is reinforced by the bull market, the participants go crazy…But a minority of market participants understand the scientific investing way based on the…
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DAILY VOICE: Earnings downgrades could happen in COVID affected sectors in upcoming quarter: Dr. Vikas Gupta of OmniScience Capital

Dr. Vikas V Gupta, CEO & Chief Investment Strategist, OmniScience Capital, believes that given the lockdowns, it is likely that earning downgrades could happen in sectors that deal with perishable goods and services. In an interview with Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand, Gupta said that investors should look for companies benefiting from life from home theme that includes WFH,…
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Demystifying equities-Understanding the potential risks and returns

Synopsis Let us decide to increase our risk tolerance. Easier said than done. So how do we go about it? The mantra we will use is “Knowledge Overcomes Fear”. The more you know and understand about equities the more risk tolerant you are likely to become over time. Dear HENRYs & other NRIs, a rational…
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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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Is Mr. Market chasing the SuperNormal Portfolio?

India OmniView July 2020 Market has just begun unlocking the value in the ‘Unique’ SuperNormal portfolio Recently, Scientific Investing strategies have had a high absolute performance and outperformance relative to the benchmarks, as well as to other PMS or mutual fund managers. The performance has been broad-based across market caps and countries (US and India).…
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Top 10 PMSes delivered double-digit returns in June, mid & smallcap schemes flavour of the month

Published in Moneycontrol Despite a series of rating downgrades, a deadly border clash with China and an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases, the market remained resilient in June rising, 7.66 percent on a month-on-month basis. … Asit C Mehta Ace Mulitcap took the third spot, with a month-on-month return of 16.4 percent … Read on…
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Being Proactive Is The Need Of The Hour

Published in Dalal Street Investment Journal Several Indian sectors could benefit from the “Make in India” initiative and in the post-pandemic scenario, India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative and the international initiative to restructure global supply chains will help reduce dependency on China. Read more @ Dalal Street Investment Journa Vol. 35, Issue No. 16