Why am I buying Angel One ?

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Company overview.
Angel One Ltd is a Diversified Financial Services Company with market share of 21.5%(As per previous year data). Company Offers wide range of services like Broking, Research, Advisory, Loans, and More.

Fundamentals of the company.
>>Positive Points about the Company:
*Reduced Debt.
*Consistent Profit Growth of 52.2% CAGR in the Last 5 Years.
*Good Track Record of Return on Equity (ROE): 44.1% over 3 Years.
*Healthy Dividend Payout: 36.2%.
*Improved Debtor Days from 66.7 to 45.6 days.

>>Negative points about the company.
*Promoter holding has reduced.
*High competition.
*Charges and taxes are regulated by the Government.

Future prospect
Future of Angel One seems very bright as this year it has already Launched Super App - All-in-One Solution for Investing, Trading, Mutual Funds, Insurance, and Loans. Uses AI and ML for Personalized Experience. More recently it was able to Double Monthly SIP Registrations Organically. Made Partnerships with Fintech Players for Expanded Offerings.

Technical Analysis.
Company get listed in 2020 and since July 2021 stock was consolidating in a sideways movement. Last week price has shown a good weekly closing and restates its Resistance level.

Now we can follow two investing strategies:
1. If the price goes above that level, we can make some position.
2. If the price falls down from that level, that would be a great time to aggregate.

*Instead of putting all money at one go, start with a partial investment, monitor stock performance, then decide on further steps.

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Forgot to mention:-
last week NSE barred Angel one from onboarding new authorised person (APs). Because of this news price declined by 15% but bulls took much interest in this fall and took it as an opportunity. By then Stocked recovered by more than 10%.


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