Stocks where brokers upgraded the recommendation, or the target price within the past three months
Richard Herman Driehaus, a famous fund manager, created a momentum-driven investment approach using the "buy high and sell higher" theory. This strategy, which looks at momentum, RSI, moving averages and EPS, is meant for investors who are willing to take high levels of risk.
Stocks which have market cap over Rs. 500 crore, and have a Graham Ratio greater than 1 (Graham Ratio is the Graham Number/Current Price. Greater than 1 is a healthy ratio).
This screener is a dynamic strategy that changes based on Benjamin Graham value investing principles. To read more about this investment philosophy click here.
Stocks enter and exit this screener on an ongoing basis. To follow this strategy, set a screener alert. For this strategy, we recommend a monthly or weekly alert. This is a longer-term strategy.
Investment expert and writer Jim Slater's Zulu Principle looks for affordable growth stocks that have the potential of high returns. Slater looked at PEG, EPS, PE, as well as RSI to choose potential growth stocks. To read more about this investment philosophy, click here.
This identifies stocks which have low interest coverage, with interest payments that are high compared to their earnings. This indicates that these companies may have trouble meeting their interest payments. Stocks with an interest coverage ratio of 1.5 or below are considered in the danger zone.
Stocks where brokers have upgraded either recommendation or price in the last one month
Looks for resilient companies.
A screener for NiftyBanks - private banks tracking their performance. Made by SEBI advisor Suhani Adilabadkar