Trendlyne Talk    
18 Mar 2020
What's New: Stocks in Buy Zone, Sell Zone Screeners

As the coronavirus spreads and shares fall, we have launched new parameters to help users navigate the bear market and find the best bargains. These new screener parameters are currently free for all users:

Buy Zone: Stocks that trade above their current Price to Earnings (PE) or Price to Book Value (P/BV) at least 75% of the time (in trading days)

Sell Zone: Stocks that trade below their current PE or P/BV at least 75% of the time (in trading days)

Neutral Zone: Stocks that trade at their current PE or P/BV most of the time (in trading days)

You can also check out these prebuilt screeners with the new parameters: Stocks in the Buy ZoneStocks in the Sell ZoneStocks in the Neutral Zone

How are these useful?

Price to Earnings (PE) and Price to Book Value (P/BV) are valuation numbers widely used to check whether stocks are cheap or expensive at their current prices. There are 3 ways to compare these valuation ratios:

1. Compare with peers in the same industry, as is available in the peer group section of fundamental pages. 

2. Compare present value with averages. For example, this screener on Trendlyne chooses stocks which are trading below their 3Yr, 5Yr and 10Yr PE averages.

3. However, experts recommed looking at how many days the stock trades above or below a certain valuation. The frequency distribution of the valuation helps investors put money in a stock only when the stock is in the buy zone of the distribution. So if the stock trades only 10% of days below the current value of PE or P/BV, then it is in the Buy Zone.

If you prefer, you can customize this further and narrow the buy/sell window using the following parameters :

%Days traded below current PE Price to Earnings (example query: %Days traded below current PE Price to Earnings < 20)

%Days traded below current Price to Book Value (example query: %Days traded below current Price to Book Value < 20)

Keep in mind that markets may continue to fall further on coronavirus news, and prices may not find their bottom for a while. 

Stay safe in volatile markets.

2 Comments
ninjatraderindia Hi,
I have been using trendlyne for a week now. I will majorly use it for the powerful query based screener. I was looking for few parameters that I could not find in the screener, nnamely, stochastic RSI, Heikin Aishi candle sticks and a lot more indicators. Are there any plans for these? Thanks.
03 May 2020, 01:57AM  Like
maruthi4 Hi,
It would be nice to have a historical option chain data which can be pulled into Excel on Trendlyne. The data format should be in the trendlyne format. On NSE, we do not get all the parameters.
08 Jun 2020  Like
Trendlyne Talk    
22 Jan 2020
NEW: Portfolio Health Check, Fundamental Pages

New launches this week include a powerful new Portfolio Analyzer for your portfolio. This gives you a quick Health Check for your portfolio. You can now calculate the true value of your portfolio with the Portfolio NAV, analyze your buy/sell/hold decisions, and get insights on your best and worst investments. 

New fundamental pages have also been launched across all stocks, for simpler analysis. Check out the new pages for Reliance and HDFC Bank

Been tracking Q3 results season via the result dashboard? Here you can drilldown results at both industry and stock level. Our popular Live Result Screeners also let you track results using specific criteria. 

2 Comments
dipak35 hello Hi have subscribed but not able to access premium features
28 Feb 2020  Like
skvasu353 Really good work by Trendlyne team ..I would like to know how to find out dividends earned .. also adjustments of splits and bonus
24 May 2020  Like
Trendlyne Talk    
04 Jul 2019
New Screeners: Support and Resistance
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28 Apr 2020  Like
Trendlyne Talk    
10 Jun 2019
NEW: Check the Buy or Sell Zone of a Stock

A new feature now available on every Trendlyne stock page - users can check the buy/sell zone of a stock based on historical PE and Price to Book Value. Users can see if the stock they are considering buying or selling, is in its sell zone or buy zone relative to its price, earnings and book value ratios. 

This link will now be visible for all users, across stock pages. So far PE data is available from 2017, and more history will be added over the next couple of weeks. Happy browsing. 

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zpanampunna Is there a phone number where I can contact Trendlyne? My emails requests have been falling on deaf ears. So much for great customer service!
25 Dec 2019  Like
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Trendlyne Talk    
17 Apr 2019
NEW features: F&O screeners, and 12 year backtesting

We are constantly working to improve our products, and we have just launched some new features at the request of users. 

- A performance update: Despite volatile markets, our DVM screeners have been on the upswing. Four stocks were added in recent weeks to our Long Term Select screener, and all four have delivered positive returns. 

Feature updates:

- Now run backtests starting from 2007 to check returns on screeners! That's six more years added to backtesting. This brings the backtest period to 12 years

New Futures and Options Screeners:  We have added 24 Futures and Options parameters to our screener system! You can now build screeners combining multiple factors such as Open Interest change %, Volume Change and more. 

Happy investing!

Trendlyne Talk    
13 Mar 2019
NEW: Create your own parameter list for any table

On popular demand (and we always listen to popular demand, so you can write to us at contact@trendlyne.com!), we have launched the YOUR LIST feature on every table. Do you have a preferred list of parameters? You can now add these to each table for your own analysis. All signed in users can create one list of their preferred parameters for free. Subscribers can create unlimited lists with premium parameters. 

Every table on Trendlyne shows you a Your Lists* tab.

 

Click on it, and you will see a "Add a New List" option:

You can then choose multiple parameters to use in your view:

Once you save your list, you will then have your own custom parameter view on every table:

This will be visible on every table you visit across Trendlyne.

 

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21 Dec 2019  Like
tushar.thanki hello
would appreciate if you can do the same feature in watchlist also
25 Jan 2020  Like
Trendlyne Talk    
06 Mar 2019
NEW: Sorting for screeners, and stock weightage for backtests

We have seen users request 1) a way to sort screeners by a specific parameter, and 2) Assign maximum weightage to stocks in a backtest. Both of these features are now live on Trendlyne. 

You can now sort any screener you own. Make a copy of an existing system screener, or create your own screener. After that, click on the Edit screener button, and you will see 'Advanced'. This lets you sort the screener by any parameter:

You can also now do something similar on backtests. You have more control over your backtest results by doing a 'Sort by", where you are limiting the number of stocks in a backtest per period using a particular parameter. You can limit total number of stocks, and also give a maximum weightage for each stock:

Trendlyne Talk    
21 Feb 2019
Introducing: Five minute candlesticks and chart analysis for F&O

User feedback has been the way Trendlyne has moved forward, and a powerful new feature we have introduced today is F&O charts with five minute candlesticks and detailed technical chart analysis that you can plot on the chart. See the Nifty50 futures chart.  

The F&O chart now has multiple time periods available for analysis, and you can toggle between line charts and candlesticks. Once you add five minute candlestick data, you can hover over the chart to see detailed data points. 

You can also add more technicals using the Technicals drop down menu:

Chart users can plot SMA, EMA, Bollinger Bands and MACD using their own time periods. In this case for example, we added the SMA 30 and SMA 35 line

 

Once you choose specific time periods, the drop down menu saves these until the page is refreshed. So now I have SMA30 and SMA35 in my drop down to select or deselect. 

 

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Trendlyne Talk    
02 Jan 2019, 08:03AM
Two New Launches This New Year: calculate NAV for your portfolios, Insider Trading

 For the first time in India, we have NAV for your portfolio. This calculates the NAV for your portfolio stocks, which you can then compare to the Nifty 50 and other indices, and compare with Mutual Funds. You can also see your portfolio rolling returns which  calculates the excess rolling returns for your stocks compared to other indices. 

Finally, a big one - we have launched Insider Trading data! Now track all share buys, sells and pledges by company insiders: promoters, senior management, employees, and other people with inside knowhow of the company. All in one place. Happy investing. 

Trendlyne Talk    
10 Dec 2018
Launching new screener metrics: PE 3 year Average, PE 5 year Average, PE 10 year Average

One of the key metrics investors use today to shortlist stocks is the Price to Earnings ratio. In essence, this tells you the sum of money you are ready to pay for each rupee worth of the earnings of the company. The PE becomes especially useful when you also know the hisotrical PE values of companies, which till now has been hard to get. Now, Trendlyne has made available 3 new metrics in the Create Screener tool for subscribers - PE 3Year Average, PE 5Year Average and PE 10Year Average

This allows you to create screeners such as this screener, which looks for companies with PE TTM lower than its 3 year, 5 year and 10 year averages and current PE less than 35. You can edit or clone this screener or make your own using these metrics.

Note that in some cases 3 Year and other PE averages can be skewed on the higher or lower side by one year of unusual performance.