You can see various features like fundamentals, technicals, shareholding, and others when they compare stocks.
Once the stocks are selected you can click on the compare stocks option and get a complete analysis of the selected stocks.
The page shows the winner stock and also displays the number of parameters it beats the other stock by. For e.g. here, Nestle India is the winner as it outperforms Britannia Industries on 25 out of 40 parameters.
You can see parameters like Financials, Valuation metrics, and Ratios in the Fundamental analysis section.
In Financials the stocks are compared based on revenue and net profit % change for both YoY and QoQ.
Revenue growth is the rate at which the revenue of a company grows on QoQ or YoY basis.
Net Profit is the net income yielded as a portion of earnings by the company.
Valuation metrics section shows Price to Earnings, Price to Book Value, Price to Cashflow from Operations, and Price To Sales Annual parameters.
Price to Earnings shows if the stock is undervalued or overvalued.
Price To Book Value shows the current market value to its book value.
Price to Cashflow from Operations shows the ratio of a company's market valuation to its cashflows.
Price To Sales Annual gives information about the sales multiples of a company.
Ratios shown in the financial section are ROE Annual %, ROCE Annual %, Dividend yield 1yr %, and ROE Annual 3Yr Avg %.
ROE Annual % is the ratio of the company’s income divided by the number of equity shareholders.
ROCE Annual % is the ratio to measure profitability in terms of capital employed.
Dividend yield 1yr % is the amount of dividend received by the total number of equity shareholders.
ROE Annual 3Yr Avg % is the returns generated by the company on a yearly average.
Trendlyne Durability Score and Piotroski Score are also included.
Trendlyne’s Durability score is part of the DVM score which helps users select the best performing stocks.
Piotroski Score highlights the company’s strength based on the financials.
Under Technicals, you can see sections like Momentum, Returns, Risks, SMA, and EMA.
In Momentum you can view all the technical information on the stock, like RSI, MFI, MACD, MACD Signal line, Trendlyne Momentum Score, and Delivery% volume Avg Week.
RSI (Relative Strength Index) is the measure of change in the momentum of the price of the stock.
MFI (Mutual Fund Index) is the measure of the price and volumes of the stock highlighting if it's overbought or oversold.
MACD is the technical indicator that measures the change in price.
MACD Signal line shows the trend for the stock if it’s in a bullish or bearish movement.
Trendlyne Momentum Score shows the price change in the stock on the basis of momentum.
Delivery % volume Avg Week shows the % of the number of shares (volume) traded in the week.
In Returns you can see the return generated over Month Change %, Qtr Change %, 1Yr change %, and 3Yr price change %.
You can check the price change or the return generated by the stock over the time period of a month, quarter, one year, and 3 years.
In Risks you can see how volatile the stock is compared to the other stock. You can see information on Beta 1Month, Beta 3Month, Beta 1Year, and Beta 3Year for one’s analysis.
SMA: SMA is the simple moving average. It is the average of a share price calculated over a period of time. You can see the last trading price (LTP) like LTP above 20D SMA, LTP above 30D SMA, LTP above 50D SMA, and LTP above 200D SMA.
EMA: EMA stands for exponential moving average. It shows trends over a certain period of time. Investors are provided with the last trading price (LTP) like LTP above 20D EMA, LTP above 26D EMA, LTP above 50D EMA, and LTP above 200D EMA.
Promoter holding is the percentage holding of the promoters in the stock.
MF holding % shows the percentage holding of the mutual funds in the stock for the quarter.
FII (Foreign Institutional Investors) holding % shows the percentage holding of the foreign investors in the stock for the quarter.
Promoter holding pledge % is the percentage of shares pledged by the promoters for the quarter.
MF (mutual fund) holding change 1month % is the change in the percentage holding of mutual funds over a month.
Institutional holding current Qtr % is the percentage change in holdings by institutional investors for the quarter.
The Others section looks at the average broker ratings and upgrades for stocks. It also shows the percentage (%) change in broker targets and ratings. You can see the Broker average target upside % and Broker Average Rating.
Broker average target upside % is the target price change % given by the broker.
Broker Average Rating is the recommendation for the stock by the broker.