We are designed to deliver differently. Stock Market decisions in today’s volatile business environment are complex and governed by various aspects which a layman may overlook. And this is where our team of experts puts in their efforts to suggest outcomes to our
valued subscribers that are beyond expectations. At Veye it’s our constant endeavour to keep you one step ahead.
We truly believe “Your success is our success” and drive all our strategies and analysis with the sole aim of helping you achieve it. Our mission is to find undervalued companies that present an immediate opportunity for you to invest for the long term.
We evaluate the fundamental strength of the company deeply by assessing its earnings, profits and debts. We gauge if the company has the potential to come out of any business constraints with flying colours. This recommendation requires an in-depth DNA analysis of the company financials and it evolves around questions like:
As investors, we rely on the investment merits of individuals stocks and often overlook what’s happening in the larger global or macro-economic context may also have an impact on our investment results. At Veye, our analysts always keep this aspect in-scope of our recommendations. We not only analyse employment & interest rates in Australia and its’ effects on the market but also take into account the end user commodity that the company we recommend to invest, is producing/manufacturing/selling. For example, if we are recommending our subscribers to invest in stocks of an oil company, our experts study the demand and supply pattern of oil in the market.
As the name suggests it is an investment style that goes contrary (read against) to the prevailing market trends by buying poorly performing assets and then selling when they perform well. A contrarian investor usually enters the market when others are feeling negative about it and the specific stock value is lower than its intrinsic value. When there is an overarching pessimistic sentiment on a stock, it has the possibility of lowering the price so low, the downfalls and risks of the company's stock are overblown. Our analysts figure out which distressed stocks to buy and sell them once the company recovers, thus boosting the stock value and leading to securities returning gains much higher than usual.
We identify & interpret technical patterns, trends, signals and indicators which drive the behaviour of price. This helps us make recommendations that may help you get out of bad trades quickly and stay in good one’s longer.
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In order to make successful trading decisions, time plays a very crucial role. Not only is it important for one to know when to buy a stock but it’s even more important to gauge when to sell it so that you don’t loose the profit you have earned while holding onto a particular stock. And our expert analysts support you in making exactly the same decisions.
Our subscription provides you views around the following areas of trading. Our Recommendation Types:
We provide you general advice on which stock to buy and when. With volatile trends in stock market, it is easier for anyone to give into the temptation of buying a stock whose price has gone up recently or consistently over a short span of time but an investor may never know that it may start declining immediately after they have invested their money into something that looked very promising. Our analysts give ‘Buy’ recommendations to stocks that stand a fair chance to beat the market. These are stocks that should form majority of your investment portfolio. We consider average price of a stock when a stock has been recommended multiple times.
A speculative stock may offer the possibility of substantial returns to compensate for its higher risk profile. Such stocks usually have a very low share price but this also means an investor in a speculative stock should have a very high risk appetite and an even higher tolerance level. Our analysts give “Speculative Buy” recommendations on stocks that may offer higher returns but given the high risk involved, these stocks should only form a fraction of your investment portfolio.
Decision to sell is even more crucial than to buy. You may have earned very good profit on a stock that you bought and held onto for the prices to appreciate. Now, to reap the highest benefits, we advise you on when to sell a particular stock before its price starts dipping again. Our analysts give ‘Sell’ recommendations to stocks that stand a low chance to beat the market so ideally these are stocks that should no longer be a part of your investment portfolio.
Holding on requires patience and being smart about not selling a particular stock although the price has started dipping as our expert analysts would assess all aspects that may affect the stock price to ascertain if the price of that stock will rise again and thus help you earn richer benefits than what you have already earned. Our analysts give ‘Hold’ recommendations to stocks that stand a chance to improve in the market so ideally these are stocks that you should continue to keep in your investment portfolio until you have attained the profit threshold.
Some stocks may have fared well consistently but are over-valued, however, you may still want to buy them given the positive past performance. Our experts will advise you around when is the right time to buy such stocks so that your smaller investments fetch higher returns or simply never buy that stock as our analysts forecast a decline in its performance in the near future. Our analysts give ‘Stay away’ recommendations to stocks that are over-valued or over-priced until they move into the right price or to stocks that are likely to witness a decline in performance in the near future..
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