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If you use zerodha, you can plot the chart using tradingview chart. Then click on compare and add the option chart either on the same chart or as a separate section.

Let me know if you need any help.
Yeah, but on Kite, I don't want to use TradingView, I use the other option as I have my templates there. But thanks a lot for the idea, I will try Fyers.
With all the talk about funds, here is another article.
Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund – An all-weather fund
Mediawire | Sep 12, 2020, 09.00 AM IST
Benefits of equity and debt based on market valuation

While making investments, investors' do keep certain aspects in mind - how to grow the capital and second is how to protect the capital. There are plenty of investment options available in the markets that can cater to an investor’s requirement of capital protection and growth. Each investment option has a different level of risk and return potential.

With the global pandemic and uncertainty around, markets have been quite volatile. For new/few investors, this may create stress and confusion. Asset allocation helps to a certain extent to remain at peace during volatility. But the main question arises – which asset to invest? Debt or Equity? How to decide?

Equity as an asset class is associated with high volatility and this is the key reason why most investors tend to stay away from equities or under allocate to equities, despite the strong long term return potential of this asset class. Such cautious investors fearful of high volatility could consider investing in funds which dynamically manage equity allocation based on valuation level – i.e. increase equity exposure when markets are cheap and reduce equity exposure when markets are expensive.

Historical data suggests that such a strategy helps in taming the volatility and yet help investors participate in the long term growth potential of equities. Dynamic asset allocation funds, also known as balanced advantage fund, are actively managed and invest in a mix of debt and equity depending on market movements. They increase/decrease their allocation to equities and debt depending on their view of the stock markets. It does not aim to outperform pure equity strategies.

How Dynamic Asset Allocation Funds work?

These funds essentially work on the investing strategy that allows it to adjust the mix of equity and debt component depending on the view of stock market and prevailing economic conditions to help mitigate risk.

The portfolio model is derived from various fundamental and technical indicators which allows the fund managers to increase or decrease allocation to equity. So ideally when valuations are low, fund houses increase equity in the portfolio, and vice versa. Calculation methodology could vary from fund house to fund house.

Among the metrics that maybe considered for deciding the debt-equity mix at any point of time could be the interest rate cycle, equity valuations, medium to long term outlook of the asset class, etc.

Why invest in dynamic asset allocation funds?

  • These funds help investors participate in the long term growth potential of equities but with a much lower volatility
  • They help in systematically managing equity and debt allocation based on valuations and keep emotions away from asset allocation decisions
  • History suggests that sharp corrections in the market typically occur when equity valuations are expensive. Due to the fund’s strategy of maintaining low equity allocation at higher valuation levels, it could help reduce downside significantly during such market corrections
  • Potential to substantially improve risk-adjusted return for medium to long term investors
  • These funds provide a tax-efficient and cost efficient dynamic asset allocation solution – taxation similar to equity oriented schemes
Who are these funds suitable for?

  • Cautious investors with relatively low risk appetite, looking to benefit from the long term potential of equities
  • Investors sitting on sidelines, waiting for appropriate market valuation level to make an investment in equities
  • Investors planning for their long term financial goals such as retirement could look to invest through SIP or lump sum route
Investment decisions often involve finding the right balance between various asset classes through unpredictable market conditions. And dynamic asset allocation does that – it provides a mechanism that intends to combine the unique benefits of equity and debt based on market valuation. This strategy is ideal for investors seeking stable risk-adjusted returns with lower drawdown over long-term investment horizons.

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FIIs net seller... DIIs on the fence... Common man leading the charger, becoming atmanirbhar...
FPIs pull out Rs 2,038 cr in September amid rising Indo-China tensions
According to the depositories data, a net Rs 3,510 crore was withdrawn from equities, while Rs 1,472 crore was pumped into debts by FPIs between September 1-11
Just noticed a freak trade in USDINR futures.... Freak high


Does not gel with the range in spot values as shown in Trade Tiger



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Coronavirus vaccine won’t be available to everyone before end of 2024: Serum Institute CEO Adar Poonawalla

The chief executive of the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines, Serum Institute has said that adequate coronavirus vaccine will not be available for everybody in the world to be immunised until the end of 2024.

Chief executive of Serum Institute of India (SII) Adar Poonawalla has said that it would take at least four to five years to immunise the world against COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus or SARS-CoV-2. Warning of a shortage of coronavirus vaccine until the end of 2024, the CEO of the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer also said that pharmaceutical firms are not increasing production capacity swiftly enough to vaccine the entire world’s population.

In an interview with the Financial Times, Poonawalla said, "It’s going to take four to five years until everyone gets the vaccine on this planet." Poonawala had earlier predicted that if the coronavirus shot is a two-dose vaccine, as is the case with measles or rotavirus, then the world would require 15 billion doses.

Poonawalla said that the commitment far exceeded the capacity of other vaccine producers. “I know the world wants to be optimistic on it .... [but] I have not heard of anyone coming even close to that [level] right now,” he told the publication.

“I still don’t see a proper plan on paper to do that [in India] beyond 400m doses,” he was quoted as saying.

:DD:DD:DD If ther sero tests are to be believed, 25% of the population in cities have got it and now cured. Why wouldanyone want the vaccine 3 years later. I think 90% of the population would not even need it.
Govt is diluting its stake in IRCTC via OFS route.

They have floated the RFP for inviting bids for the same from merchant bankers et al.

Last date of this RFP was today i.e. 14th Sept.

Will the selected bidder & its bids determine the OFS price?

When will the OFS price become public?

Such simple questions should not be such a "mystery". It happens only in India?

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