Portfolio Analysis provides you with an array of additional features for you to understand market trends and how they affect your portfolio investments.
Users can use features like Portfolio Pivot, Concentration Analysis, Decision analysis, Portfolio NAV, Rolling Returns, Valuation Trend, and Growth Trend for their analysis.
What is ‘Portfolio Pivot’?
Portfolio Pivot categorises your portfolio based on large-, mid-, small-cap, and unclassified companies.
To categorise your portfolio stocks, you can choose options from Group 1 and Group 2 columns and generate reports accordingly.
For e.g. if you want to generate reports and classify your stocks based on market cap and industry, select the options in Group 1 and 2 as shown below.
Once you generate the report, the pivot table will display data based on your selection and also show data like invested amount, unrealized gains, etc. for your holdings.
What is ‘Concentration Analysis’?
Your portfolio can be categorised into various sectors and industries. Trendlyne’s Concentration analysis gives you a detailed view of your portfolio allocation across sectors and industries.
This analysis helps you understand if your portfolio of stocks is concentrated in a particular sector or is well-diversified.
Say you want to understand how net profit TTM growth has been for all the stocks in your portfolio. You can select the account, date for analysis and generate the report. (Note that net profit TTM growth is the default parameter offered by Trendlyne).
In the example shown below, we have selected Net Profit TTM growth %, and the result breaks up your investments based on the net profit performance.
You can choose from various charts to view your portfolio and alternate between sector, industry, and other parameters as shown below.
Concentration analysis allows you to customise search parameters like 10yr price change %, ASM short term stage, and many more.
What is ‘Decision Analysis’?
Decision analysis gives you information on the buy, sell and hold decisions made by you for the stocks in your portfolio.
For example, choose ‘buy decision’ analysis, and choose your account and a particular year to generate the buy decision report.
The report provides an account of your returns year-wise, giving you a single view of how your various picks performed. Red indicates a negative return and green indicates a positive return.
Clicking on the number displays the list of stocks along with the return %.
You can accordingly analyze if your decisions to buy, hold or sell various investments were good or bad.
What is ‘Portfolio NAV’?
Portfolio NAV provides the Net Asset Value of the stocks in your portfolio. It shows you the returns generated over one month, three months, six months, and 12 months.
You can also choose your account and select a benchmark, say Nifty 50, for your portfolio as shown in the image below.
It also allows you to compare your portfolio’s performance against Nifty 50 and view its CAGR %. (CAGR - Compounded annual growth rate)
Portfolio NAV feature also generates a graph displaying the performance of your portfolio against Nifty 50 as the benchmark over a selected time period.
You can compare your portfolio with any stock or benchmark of your choice.
For e.g. you can compare the portfolio and the Nifty 50 benchmark with ‘HCL Technologies’ and see its performance over a period of time.
You can also select other options like Price to earnings ratio of Nifty 50 companies, EPS of Nifty 50 companies as benchmarks for better analysis.
What are ‘Rolling Returns’?
The Rolling Returns feature provides information on the performance of your portfolio at any given time in the past. This is very useful in understanding what the annualized average returns of the portfolio have been over a period of time, minus the bias of recent performance.
You can choose an account and the index for comparison, along with the time period you want to view the data for.
In the image shown below, we have selected an account named ‘Trendlyne’ and Nifty 50 as the index, for a duration of 12 months.
The generated report will give an overview of the rolling performance of your portfolio over a period of your choosing –1M, 3M, 6M, 1Y, 2Y 5Y, and max as shown below.
What is the ‘Valuation Trend’?
Valuation Trend analyzes the trend in the price-to-earnings ratio (PE) of your investments. It gives information about stocks that were overvalued or undervalued from the date of purchase.
Choose your account to generate the report.
The list shows detailed valuation information of your holdings. You can also check the data for 3-year, 5-year PE, and 10-year PE as shown below.
Valuation trend analysis tells you how your stocks have performed in terms of PE since you bought them.
What is ‘Growth Trend’?
Growth trend analysis gives you insights into the earnings growth of your portfolio investments. It also provides this information over various time periods.
Select your account and add the relevant date to check the growth trend of stocks in your portfolio.
The report generated will show you the year-on-year (YoY) performance of the stocks in your portfolio.
This feature also gives an analysis of the performance of your portfolio stocks vs Nifty 50.
Green indicates positive returns and red indicates negative returns.