Nifty 200 Stocks Portfolio Investment Model


This strategy is a long only Investment model for a NSE NIFTY 200 Stocks Portfolio (using Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis). Normalizing the underlying stock movements by its standard deviation and the recent momentum in the sentiment score parameters are used to filter the eligible stocks from the portfolio and decide the entry and exit points. Top 10 stocks among the list of eligible stocks from the portfolio will be selected for an investment purely based on average sentiment score for recent n-period by weekly rebalancing approach. The positions are kept open until its own exit condition met on each rebalancing date. Simple compounding with equal weightage is considered as a trade size for each new entries on rebalancing date. The notional value of the net portfolio open positions will never exceeds the portfolio equity at any point of time.


Asset Class Commodity
Reference Data InfoTrie NSE Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis
Style Quantitative, Investment model
Frequency Low
Exposure Long Only, Weekly Rebalancing
Time Frame Daily
Session NSE(INDIA) stocks regular session
Leverage    0 to 1 leverage
Contract Size 1
Contract Equity
Exchange National Stock exchange-India


Statistics Strategy Benchmark
Ann. Return 29.19% 15.15%
Ann. Volatility 17.65% 13.96%
Year-Date Return 15.66% 3.77%
Last 1Yr Return 25.43% 15.35%
Last 3Yr Return 21.87% 11.19%
Max. Drawdown 17.35% 21.52%
Sharpe Ratio 1.65 1.09
Sortino Ratio 2.10 1.43
Return/MaxDD 1.68 0.70
MaxDD Time Recovery 0.32 0.51
% Positive Months 67% 62%
% in Market 100% 100%


Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis - Performance


Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis - Details


Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis - Rolling Returns

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* Trade executions can be affected by market conditions, system performance, delay in quotes and other factors. We cannot be held responsible for losses from issues by using third party software signal generation systems or third-party order execution systems.


The Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis data is computed by InfoTrie since 2013 on news taken from the free web.

12 Month Rolling Return: Yearly return of the strategy on a daily basis. For instance, on 05-Feb-2014 the value would be the return from 06-Feb-2013 to 05-Feb-2014; on 06-Feb-2014 the value would be the return from 07-Feb-2013 to 06-Feb-2014, and so on.
Annualized Volatility: is measured as the standard deviation (amount of variation from the average) of daily returns and multiplying it by a factor to annualize it.
Annualized Volatility Nifty Stocks Sentiment Analysis - Average Return
where, x is the daily returns and number of trading days assumed is 252
Benchmark: Is an index used to compare the strategy’s performance. The benchmark used can be seen on the performance chart of the strategy.
Correlation: is a measure of how the returns of one series (strategy) moves with respect to the other (benchmark). A correlation of 100% (one extreme) means that the returns of both series always move in the dame direction and a correlation of -100% (other extreme) implies that the returns of both series always move in the opposite direction.
Drawdown: is the peak-to-trough decline during a certain period in the strategy. A drawdown is quoted as the percentage decline from the peak to the trough. Maximum drawdown (MaxDD) is the worst drawdown of the strategy/index.
Exposure: Long (L), short (S) or both long & short (L/S) positions are taken in the strategy.
Frequency: The frequency with which a strategy trades. The frequency definitions are:

High Frequency: 250 or more trades in a year

Medium Frequency: 50 to 250 trades in a year

Low Frequency: Less than 50 trades per year

Last 1 Yr/3Yr/5Yr Return: is the 1Yr/3Yr/5Yr return from the last day of strategy/index performance.
Return/MaxDD: Also known as Calmar ratio, it is the ratio of annualized return to maximum drawdown of the strategy/index. Higher the Calmar ratio, better the strategy/index has performed on a risk-adjusted basis and vice-versa.
Sharpe Ratio: is the ratio of annualized returns (after deducting risk-free rate) to the annualized volatility and is a measure of risk-adjusted performance. It measures the returns produced by one unit of volatility. The measure of volatility used is standard deviation of daily returns. The risk-free rate considered is 0%.
Sharpe Ratio = (annualized returns – riskfree rate) / annualized volatility
Sortino Ratio: is similar to Sharpe Ratio but the volatility used is the downside volatility – standard deviation of the negative returns from the strategy.  The risk-free rate considered is 0%.
Sortino Ratio = (annualized returns – riskfree rate) / annualized downside volatility
Style: Refers to strategy style – techniques used to develop a strategy. The style could be quantitative (includes pattern recognition, technical indicators, and quantitative concepts used for strategy development) OR fundamental (where economic, sector, market, and/or asset class factors are used to generate strategy signals).
Systematic Strategy: is a way of developing a trading/investment strategy where entry/exit, exposure management, and risk control rules are defined and the execution happens automatically through algorithms. The techniques based on which these rules are developed can be quantitative or fundamental in nature.
% in Market: Percentage of days the strategy has taken a position to the total number of days considered. If a strategy is active on each day of the performance assessment period, it will be 100% in the market.
% Positive Months: The percentage of months the strategy/index has shown positive returns.

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