- Posted by: Editor
- Category: Financial Advisor
You should read a company’s annual report to learn more about its operations before making an investment. Real-time charts would make your work as a technical analyst simpler. Fortunately, there are several websites that aid by giving you succinct information about a stock, making the process a little bit simpler (business).
This article examines a variety of websites that might be beneficial to Indian stock market investors. The websites are not only websites for technical analysis or fundamental analysis. This page lists all websites that might assist any kind of investor in India. The top stock market websites for the Indian market are examined. Let’s get started without further ado.
Disclaimer: The order of the list is arbitrary. Not in this are rankings. Every website on this list is a personal choice and this article is not sponsored by any website.
Website – http://www.moneycontrol.com/
Yes, you may complain about the ads and yes it can lag at times, but it gets the job done. It has everything you may need from a basic stock market website and application. It gives you the latest news, live market data, basic stock analysis as well as the option to create a watchlist and track your portfolio.
Basic data from absolute returns for different time periods, to sector PEs, it has most of it covered. Furthermore, it is constantly expanding by adding new features that may interest technical traders. the MoneyControl application is really a must-have for almost every investor or trader.
url of the website: https://www.screener.in
Investors have the chance to evaluate companies using a variety of fundamental criteria thanks to Screener.in. Interest Coverage Ratio, Promoters Holding, ROCE, ROE, and other metrics. To assist you sort through those stocks, Screener will contain the parameter you provide. You may also make your own parameter using the information supplied. You are given the option to download the Excel data in a template of your choosing. It’s a good thing.
You need historical Nifty PE, EPS, and PB statistics. Visit Trendlyne now. Want to know both technical and fundamental signals for practically every Indian stock? Visit Trendlyne now. Even on Trendlyne, there is a section that displays the most recent stock holdings of well-known institutional investors. Additionally, it is one of the more recent websites that supports backtesting and has a fairly strong screener. Also available here are broker reports.
Website for Tickertape: https://www.tickertape.in
The user interface on TickerTape is pretty nice, and it is packed with data for fundamental investors. TickerTape is a fantastic website to check out and they even have a mobile version. It has everything you could possibly need, from financial statements to past performances, stock projections, peer comparisons, and even a marker sentiment reader. Also available are Screeners.
Website for Investing.com: https://www.investing.com
Although Investing.com is not only for Indian investors, it has a lot to offer them as well. You may start by downloading historical data for stocks and a variety of funds, which is necessary for all analyses. Additionally, technical analysts may benefit greatly from their live charts and technical indicators. Additionally, they provide fundamentally sound information like betas, which is helpful for the CAPM. Overall, give it a try.
Financial Times Market 6.
Internet address: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets
ET Markets has everything included, from news to stock screening to portfolio monitoring and administration. When it comes to individual equities, ET Markets has a lot to offer, from Beta to daily volatility, to financial statements and trends. They are also a fantastic source of news. Give them a chance. They also offer an excellent smartphone app.
NSE India 7.
Web address for the NSE is https://www.nseindia.com
The NSE website provides a tonne of relevant papers and articles on various methods in addition to historical data and the option chain. They have strategic indices, some of which have regularly beaten the Nifty, such as the Low Volatility indexes. It is worthwhile to examine more closely at the NSE website for all of this and more.
BSE India 8.
Internet address: https://www.bseindia.com
Appreciate NSE India, BSE India contains a tonne of excellent articles and data, but I really like the website for tracking business announcements, corporate activities, insider activity, and other things. Additionally, you are confident using the website!
Yahoo Finance 9.
Website for Yahoo Finance: https://in.finance.yahoo.com
Although Yahoo Finance is excellent for international companies, you may obtain an Excel file from it that has news and historical information on Indian equities. Really great thing.
10. Value Analysis
Website for Valueresearch: https://www.valueresearchonline.com
Along with excellent news and articles, Value Research now offers stock screening by sectors and indexes. If you want to conduct regressions and require data for all the stocks in a certain sector, this might be quite helpful. They also provide excellent information on mutual funds. They provide a lot of information for certain equities, like Z Scores, Modified C Scores, Median PE Ratios through Time, and so on. Overall, it is definitely worth a visit.
Valuepickr Forum 11.
The Valuepickr Forum, perhaps the greatest website on our list, features impressively in-depth debates about stocks, books, investing, and more. There is plenty to learn since it features discussions of equities by seasoned investors. Additionally, this is definitely the greatest location to go if you want to better understand a company’s operations.
Website for Chittorgarh: https://www.chittorgarh.com
This is probably the greatest location to go for information about IPOs. They also contain a vast quantity of information about prior IPOs in addition to forthcoming ones.
13. BloombergQuint The website for Bloomberg Quint is at https://www.bloombergquint.com/markets/equities/historical-returns
A sectoral performance page on the internet is one excellent page. On this page, we can see how each industry has performed over the last ten years, five years, four years, three years, two years, one year, six months, three months, one month, one week, and one day. Here is the relevant link.
14. EQSIS Website at https://www.eqsis.com
EQSIS is a more specialised website than most others on our list, but it may be quite helpful, particularly for option traders. It provides you with support and resistance for several stocks based on the growth of open interest. It also includes a tonne more tools.
Website for Research Bytes: https://www.researchbytes.com/
Visit ResearchBytes if you want to read conference call transcripts or listen to analyst calls for the top equities. They have all of a company’s correspondence organised and in order.
Tijori Finance 16.
Website for Tijori Finance: https://tijorifinance.com/
They provide financial data as well, but what makes them special is that they concentrate on “nonfinancial or alternative data.” You may use non-financial criteria like goods, revenue locations, raw resources, etc. to filter stocks, for instance.
Do you want to filter stocks based on vendors of ethyl acetate?
You may do that by actually entering it in. They also list the sources from which they get the information, which greatly increases the process’ openness and efficiency.
GO India Stocks 17.
India Stocks Go
Go India Stocks is outstanding since they provide a ridiculous quantity of information in one location. Estimates for businesses would likely be the most helpful information. Additionally, they have a lot of macro indicators gathered in one location.
Tikr Terminal 18.
Website for Tickr Terminal – Tickr Terminal
Although Tikr is regrettably not free, they provide excellent stock market data. From estimation to appraisal, it’s everything here.
Markets Mojo 19.
The following URL: https://www.marketsmojo.com/mojo/professionalhome
Nearly every stock on the Indian market has thorough information available through Markets Mojo. You can discover practically everything, including technical analysis, valuations, and return information. Please have a look.
Chartink Chart Ink 20.
If you like using technical indicators, Chartink could be a good website to check out since it offers a lot of customization options for certain stock charts. Since I don’t do TA, I can’t say much more here, but maybe it may be helpful to you.
Website for Varsity Varsity
https://zerodha.com/varsity/ is the website.
The website Varsity by Zerodha isn’t just an analytical site. The fundamentals of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, options, and other topics will be covered, however. It really is among the top websites and apps for those who are just starting to learn about the stock market (with India in mind). Yes, using it is free.
22. Valuetortoise, a blog on investing
While this might be a post in and of itself, I aim to highlight a few noteworthy Indian investment websites that provide plenty of fantastic investing knowledge.
Website of Aswath Damodaran – If you are interested in valuing, Aswath Damodaran’s website is heavenly. His databases, which include statistics like as industry betas, industry PE ratios, nation risk premiums, equity risk premiums, and so on, are updated annually. Additionally, his books and courses are really helpful, and he offers a free valuation course on YouTube. (I know I’m prejudiced, but you should visit his website.)
Freefincal – Freefincal offers information on the latest trends in mutual funds, equities, investing, retirement, and personal finance. It also offers news, analysis, reports, reviews, and insights on these topics. Replication portfolios like the all-weather portfolio, perpetual portfolio, and others are discussed in several intriguing publications. They also discuss topics like investing in momentum, low volatility, hybrid funds, investing outside of India, etc. Visit their page if investment analysis even slightly interests you. Additionally, they have a fantastic YouTube channel.
Sanjay Bakshi, the Fundoo Professor, is a fantastic instructor and investor, and his site is definitely worth checking out.
Safal Niveshak – If, like me, you appreciate a multidisciplinary approach to investing, you could benefit much from reading Safal Niveshak’s blog.
Check out SOIC’s excellent YouTube channel, where they analyse businesses in clear, understandable terms. On their website, they also have some good blog posts that complement their YouTube channel.
Check out this site if you’re interested in learning more about both the quantitative and basic aspects of finance.
As you are reading this article on Value Tortoise, it is obvious that this is a biassed perspective.
Google Finance 23.
You may use Google Sheets to access Google Finance and get current and past stock information. Please read this article for additional information. It might also be simple to keep track of your portfolio if you have the Google Sheets app on your phone. You could even make a screener by using nothing more than Google Sheets (yes, there are other programmes that can do this better, but Google Sheets allows for greater customisation). It carries a lot of stunning detail.
World Bank 24.
Internet address: https://www.worldbank.org
Want data on the global GDP, GDP growth, literacy rates, or other macroindicators for practically all nations. Get online and visit the World Bank’s page. It is an excellent location to begin a macro study.
Web address for the IBEF website is https://www.ibef.org/.
You may visit a tonne of websites for sectors analyses and industry studies. Numerous websites focus on a certain sector of the economy. However, one wonderful website you should know about is the India Brand Equity Foundation. (IBEF)
https://ticker.finology.in/ is the website address for Finology Ticker.
An excellent stock screener and analysis tool for Indian equities research is Finology Ticker. They provide a tonne of financial information on each stock, much like many other screening applications. Please have a look.
StockEdge, no. 27
Website for StockEdge: https://www.stockedge.com
If sectoral analysis is something you’re interested in, StockEdge is a great tool. It offers a feature that allows you to filter stocks by sector before comparing them using measures like ROCE, PE, etc. Furthermore, unlike other apps, it has a highly complex sector categorization that, after selecting Agriculture, further divides it into sub-sectors like aquaculture and edible oils, for example. It also helps in keeping track of recent or planned IPOs. It also features a number of technical and fundamental scan options that can be of interest to investors and traders.
Additionally, if you’re new to the game, it offers links so that you may understand the fundamentals of the stock market. Go check out StockEdge’s newly established website.
Website for Crisil: https://www.crisil.com
A part of the American corporation S&P Global, CRISIL is an Indian analytical firm that offers ratings, research, risk and policy advising services. Start by looking at what a company’s Crisil rating is if you want to learn more about its debt.
Lazy Portfolio ETF 29.
Website for Lazy Portfolio: http://www.lazyportfolioetf.com
The performance of many various portfolio allocations made by well-known investors is shown in Lazy Portfolios. You may look for annual returns, asset allocations, and historical performance data for various nations. Even though this isn’t a website that’s specifically about India, you may learn a lot about how India has done in comparison to other nations.
Website for Fred: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/
For reliable macroeconomic statistics on important economies, particularly the USA, see the Federal Reserve Economic Data. It is worthwhile to check out the app and website itself for anything from job statistics to default spreads. Even though it is not a website specifically for Indian investors, it is still incredibly helpful.
Website address for the RBI is https://www.rbi.org.in/.
For obvious reasons, Indian investors should visit the RBI website. Important macro and micro data are available here. nonetheless, is not the simplest website to navigate. yearly reports are published by them. Visit the RBI Handbook of Statistics as well.
Website for the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation: www.mospi.gov.in
MOSPI is a different government website that is well investigating for global and regional statistics. It can be difficult to manoeuvre through, however.
Website for Invest India: https://www.investindia.gov.in/
Invest India is a different government-run website that is really fairly user-friendly and simple to use. It talks on the many investment possibilities available around the nation in various industries.
Website for SEBI: https://www.sebi.gov.in/
SEBI would be another important website to keep an eye on. In addition to all the regulatory information, it is crucial to keep an eye on the site because of the many new IPOs and DRHPs.
Brokerages have a different objective, yet they may also provide information and news that is beneficial to investors. Simply enter “Initiation Coverage” after typing the name of the business. You should get pdfs that outline the company.
Trade Brains 36
Website for Trade Brains: https://tradebrains.in
An analytics and investing education tool geared for the Indian market is called Trade Brains. You may compare brokers, obtain IPO news, monitor the most recent headlines, and more. Very well worth a trip.
Trading View 37
the general niche
Trading View offers live prices, stock charts, and trading recommendations for people on its website (https://www.tradingview.com). They prefer to think of themselves as a trading and investing social network. The futures and forex markets are also covered.
Website for Finshots: https://finshots.in/
Even though I didn’t want to add news websites on our list, FInshots not only has a terrific application but also offers very excellent informative articles that make investing and finance easier. I would strongly advise you to visit their website. even run a fantastic podcast.
Website for Morning Star: https://www.morningstar.in/
Morning Star is not only for Indian stocks, like Yahoo Finance. However, it does provide useful financial measures for both Indian funds and Indian stocks. Additionally, it offers multiples future consensus estimates.
Website for Rate Star: https://www.ratestar.in/
A simple, fast interface that enables stock and investor searches, gives financial information for businesses as well as historically significant multiple bands at which the stock was trading.