OIL INDIA LTD delivered lacklustre performance today. It delivered -0.2% to close at 172.4. During the last week it delivered -0.49% and saw a maximum drawdown of -1.54% before bouncing back.
OIL is currently in a bearish trend. The current bearish signal has generated a profit of +15.01% for investors in the last three months.
OIL has been underperforming the NIFTY-50 index in recent time. It showed significant underperformance (compared to the NIFTY-50 index) from 10 Jan, 2017 to 18 Jan, 2019. One must note that OIL is currently at it's worst performance to the NIFTY-50 index which makes it a bad investment candidate. Over the last 3 years and 1 month, OIL underperformed the NIFTY-50 index on 49% days. Which indicates that on days OIL underperforms the NIFTY-50 index, it's performance is marginally worse than on the days it outperforms the NIFTY-50 index.
OIL returned losses on 51% days in the last three months. During this time, it delivered on average -0.24% per day. It delivered it's worst daily return of -7.75%, during this period, on Friday, 30 Nov, 2018. The longest stort-term trend during this period was 6 profitable days, which started on 11 Dec, 2018 and went on till 18 Dec, 2018. This bullish trend returned +3.1% to investors.
The last 12 months saw OIL's investors making profits in 5 months and incurring losses in 7 months. During the last year, OIL and NIFTY-50 index had the same number of profitable months. OIL was also a more risky investment than NIFTY-50 index as it's worst month in the last year, Oct 2018, returned -10.63% compared to -6.42% returned by NIFTY-50 index in Sep 2018. OIL had a longer winning streak of losing months than NIFTY-50 index. It went down in 4 straight months (from Oct 2018 to Jan 2019) during which period it delivered -23.89%. It is interesting to note that both OIL and NIFTY-50 index significantly outperform during months when quarterly/annual results are announced.
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OIL is currently seeing overall fall in volatility. In comparison, the NIFTY-50 index is seeing decrease in volatility. During the last three months, there was a significant fall in OIL's volatility from 25 Oct, 2018 to 18 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 OIL has significant positive skewness in it's return distribution. This indicates that investors can expect OIL to recover from drawdowns quickly. Which makes OIL a good candidate for investing on short-term bullish trends or even counter-trends hoping for a pull-back.
Investors trading in OIL derivatives at this moment can consider 'Married Call' options strategy to receive better risk-adjusted returns.
OIL has more chance of extreme outcomes than the NIFTY-50 index. Therefore, OIL must receive a lower allocation than NIFTY-50 in your portfolio. NIFTY-50 index usually has shorter drawdown period than OIL.
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