VantageTrade provides informed decisions on stocks by analyzing trend and offers - Stock Picks, Targets, Intraday Tips, Alerts on Watchlist, Up and Down trend signals on any stock, and Suggestions on Indian & US Stock Markets.
Our Predefined Trend Tracking algorithms analyze stocks in isolation to track the trend and provide users with reliable and informed stock trading decisions.
Our offerings are segregated into three based on the trading pattern of investors:
In this post, you will get to know the details of our offering - Pointer
Pointer is an offering targeted at the investors who are looking for reliable stock trading recommendations with minimal risk and reasonable returns. We at VantageTrade have introduced strategy based picks called Index Picks, where you will not be investing in more than 10 stocks at given point of time. This empowers you to rotate your investment amount among the best performing stocks.
Before following our Index Picks, you need to select a segment that suits your trading pattern & risk appetite and confirm your selection by selecting it under “Alert Settings” Tab. You will start receiving e-mail and SMS alerts on your selected segment whenever there is new update on stock. We take you through whole process of Investing by giving a Buy Call, moving it to the Open Call section during Holding Period and we ask you to exit when there is a Sell Call on the stock and move it to Sell Calls Section and the stock disappears from your segment.
There might be No Calls during volatile markets or down trend markets and you need to wait until our recommendations show up in your selected segment. You can view calls under other segments on the site and add stocks to your Pointer Watchlist from Other segments or From All Calls Section to follow them. You can add up to 50 stocks to your Pointer Watchlist.
You can look at stocks under All Calls when you don’t find any recommendations under your selected segment in Index Picks.
We send out Live Sell calls on the stocks in your Watchlist and Index Picks for your immediate action to book maximum profits and also to save you from falling into losses.
Regular E-mail and SMS alerts are sent on your Watchlist and Index Picks around 2:30 pm every trading day.
Indian Oil Corporation Call Details:
Till 31st December 2012, IOC was trading flat and when our trend tracking algorithms sensed a change in trend of IOC, it issued an Up Trend on 31st December 2012 at a price of Rs.269.00 around 13:40 hrs.
After the call, the stock has started reaching targets and has reached 52 weeks high on 18th January 2013 and has also achieved our 15th target on the same day.
Today on 22nd January 2013, we have issued a live down trend call on IOC at a price of Rs.337.00 at 12:00 hrs.
By following our Up/Down trend signals on Indian Oil Corporation – our users have made 25.27% gains in 17 trading days.
We just not give you an entry point; we also guide you through the exit points to make reasonable returns on your investment.
Intro of IOC:
Indian Oil is India's flagship national oil company with business interests straddling the entire hydrocarbon value chain – from refining, pipeline transportation and marketing of petroleum products to exploration & production of crude oil & gas, marketing of natural gas and petrochemicals. It is the leading Indian corporate in the Fortune 'Global 500' listing, ranked at the 83rd position in the year 2012.
With over 34,233-strong workforce, Indian Oil has been helping to meet India’s energy demands for over half a century. With facilities at multiple locations and ever-expanding market opportunities, Indian Oil is poised to become an integrated energy company. As the flagship public sector enterprise of India, Indian Oil has also successfully combined its corporate social responsibility agenda with its business offerings, meeting the energy needs of millions of people every day, across the country.
With a corporate vision to be the Energy of India, Indian Oil closed the year 2011-12 with a sales turnover of Rs. 4,09,957 crore ($ 85,550 million) and profits of Rs. 3,955 crore ($ 825 million).
The emerging Asian markets, including Chinaand India, are presenting new and exciting opportunities for investments in Mid-Cap securities. At the same time investors might be wondering which shares to buy and which shares to sell. A good place to look is undoubtedly India.
India is believed to be the fastest growing economy in the world; and the third largest economy after the United States and China. In addition, according to Finance and Development, a quarterly magazine of the IMF, India is among ten of the largest economies contributing more than 35% of the world GDP.
India’s young workforce — 25 years or even younger — is expected to be the ones to “drive” the future economy, according to News of Future (Future News for Year 2020 and Beyond). Five years ago, for example, India was said to have been “reaching” a population of 1.5 billion people.
So what does this have to do with Mid-Cap investing? How can investors benefit from selectively determining which shares to buy and which shares to sell responsibly? Answer: everything! Its concern about Micro-Caps, not hype, needs to be addressed.
- What are Micro-Caps?
- What are they used for? And:
- Who may benefit from them?
Foremost, Micro-Cap companies are companies whose total market capitalization or security is anywhere from “less” than $1 million USD to $300 million USD. Micro-Caps trade in low volume and volatility swings can be wide. Investors potentially can lose or benefit from Micro-Caps explosiveness.
In theUnited States, most Micro-Caps are not traded on the S&P500, NASDAQ, or NYSE. Investors' questions about Micro-Caps can be answered by clicking the following link. By diversifying portfolios, with ETFs, for example, investors can help protect their downside risk, and despite political instability in the region sometimes, investors can nonetheless find profitable investing opportunities.