ACCELYA KALE SOLUTION LTD

932.0 -6.65 (-0.71%) Sell

ACCELYA investors re-evaluating their investment strategy

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ACCELYA KALE SOLUTION LTD underperformed broader market on Friday. It fell by -0.71% to close at 932.0. It is currently trading -36% below it's 52 week high of 1464.65.

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Buy-and-Hold investors in ACCELYA experienced a maximum drawdown of -6.97% over the last three months. It fell by -3.81% during this bearish trending period. There were both Long and Short signals during this period, where the short signals were significantly more profitable than the long signals. The net profit from Short signals was +1.59%.

Trend

ACCELYA has been underperforming the NIFTY-50 index in recent time. It showed significant underperformance (compared to the NIFTY-50 index) from 7 Feb, 2017 to 28 Aug, 2018. Over the last 3 years and 1 month, ACCELYA underperformed the NIFTY-50 index on 52% days.

During the last three months ACCELYA was mostly loss making and delivered on average -0.05% per day. It's best return during this period (of +3.96%) was on Friday, 30 Nov, 2018. While it's worst loss in the same period (of -2.86%) was on Thursday, 6 Dec, 2018. The longest stort-term trend during this period was 9 losing days, which started on 9 Nov, 2018 and ended on 21 Nov, 2018. This bearish trend lost -3.89% of investor capital.

During the last year ACCELYA had 2 profitable months and 10 loss making months. ACCELYA returned profits in fewer months than NIFTY-50 index. ACCELYA was also a more risky investment than NIFTY-50 index as it's worst month in the last year, May 2018, returned -13.05% compared to -6.42% returned by NIFTY-50 index in Sep 2018. ACCELYA had a longer winning streak of losing months than NIFTY-50 index. It went down in 7 straight months (from Feb 2018 to Aug 2018) during which period it delivered -38.66%.

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ACCELYA is currently seeing overall increase in volatility. In comparison, the NIFTY-50 index is seeing decrease in volatility. During the last three months, there was a significant fall in ACCELYA's volatility from 22 Oct, 2018 to 3 Jan, 2019. While there was a significant fall in the NIFTY-50 index's volatility from 31 Oct, 2018 to 5 Dec, 2018.

Advanced/professional short-term investors should note that ACCELYA has significant negative skewness in it's return distribution. This indicates that ACCELYA is very risky for short-term investment and can significantly underperform for long durations.

NIFTY-50 index has more chance of extreme outcomes than ACCELYA. Therefore, NIFTY-50 must receive a lower allocation than ACCELYA in your portfolio. NIFTY-50 index usually has shorter drawdown period than ACCELYA.

Based on your interest in ACCELYA you may find it interesting to know that CADILAHC, BATAINDIA and KALPATPOWR have all performed similar to ACCELYA and qualify as alternative investment candidates that must be evaluated for diversification.

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