We retired our “Five Bull Market Barometers” in mid-July to make room for a new weekly post that’s focused on the three most important charts for the week ahead.
This is that post, so let’s jump into this week’s edition.
Our friends over at Bloomberg reached out to us for some updated analysis, so we wanted to share what we told them here.
We hope this helps reiterate our views on the sector.
This is the recording from the live November 2020 Conference Call for Members of the Allstarcharts India! Before getting into individual stock ideas in India, we’re going to first start with the global macro perspective. Once we identify the direction of the underlying trends from a structural and broader view, then we’ll dive into the NIFTY Indexes on both longer-term and short-term timeframe. We want to look at Large-caps, Small-caps and everything in between before getting into the Sector and Industries themselves like Energy, Banks and Pharma.
This is when we finally break things down to the individual stock scenario with identified risk vs reward opportunities. That is what this is all about – aligning ourselves in the direction of the underlying trend while at the same time identifying where the risk is to make sure the potential reward is skewed exponentially in our favor. You will find that throughout this process we discuss Momentum, Fibonacci and Relative Strength. I encourage you to check out the Education Section so you know exactly where I’m coming from when you hear me mention these tools.
Here is the video in full:
This week we’re looking at a long setup in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods space.
The Top/Down approach to markets is at the core of what we do at All Star Charts. That means starting at the asset class level and peeling back each layer to refine our view of the smaller components that make up that asset class. With each new layer, we discover information that helps us form our weight of the evidence conclusion.
That brings us to our weekly column, The Top/Down Take, where we hope to educate readers on how we execute this process and highlight its value through the analysis of popular stocks.
Last time it was Tata Consultancy (TCS), but today the stock we’re looking at is Dixon Technologies which made new all-time highs this week.