Mutual Fund industry has grown exponentially over past decade. During this period the number of schemes has also increased drastically with more than 2600 different schemes across the asset classes – Equity, Debt, Hybrid, Balanced, Thematic, Gold, ETFs.

An investor when exposed to this plethora of investment avenues and schemes it is obvious for him to be confused and lose objectivity. This has created a strong need to objectively identify the asset that will outperform is from medium to long term perspective.

Investments based on Technical analysis – Elliott wave principle

We use objective and systematic method to understand the medium to long term trend of not only Equity markets but also the NAV of the funds. Application of methods like Elliott wave, Time cycles and other time proven strategies help us for prudent asset allocation which is very important to generate alpha returns.

How it works?

What is Elliott wave?

In the 1930s, R.N. Elliott discovered that the stock market moves in recurring patterns that he called waves. He formulated the Wave Principle based on these wave patterns called Elliott waves. Humans behave in a manner, when given a stimulus, in similar and probabilistically predictable fashion. This behavior of acting in similar ways makes us no different than the other creations of nature. Freely traded markets are the only sources that reflect the collective behavior of humans and the current social mood. Highly liquid markets cancel out the random events and what is left is the social mood of the mass and that indicates what we can expect in the future. We believe that any freely traded markets like Equities, Forex, Commodities move in the form of repeatable wave patterns that exhibit fractal nature at various degrees. This behavior was first observed by Ralph Nelson Elliott in 1930s. This study of waves is now famously known as Elliott Wave.

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Mutual Fund Investments Redefined!

Based on Elliott wave model we try to identify not only the asset but also the sectors that can probably outperform in future. Based on Inter-market analysis, Sector rotation, Interest rate and Economic cycle we identify Mutual Fund schemes that can be the leaders from three to five years time frame rather than only relying on the past performance.

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