How to use the Security Wise Delivery Position tool

Go to  http://equityfriend.com/security-wise-delivery-position.html

Please see the explanation of all the fields in the screenshot below: 

security wise delivery position user guide

For analysing security wise delivery position

Step 1

Select the company you want to analyse (You will get the NSE stock codes in the Select Company drop down). Let’s say we want to analyse Infosys (Nse Stock Code – INFY). Choose INFY in the drop down as shown below (red box):

company

Once you select the company Select Nse Index drop down (on the right) gets disable as you can plot only one at a time.

Step 2

Click on Percentage of deliverable quantity to total traded quantity button. You will get two charts:

The first chart plots the daily security wise deliverable percentage for last one month and the second chart plots the daily security wise price for the last thirty days. You can hover your mouse on the blue dots to see the exact values.

For analysing Index wise delivery position

Step 1

Select the NSE Index you want to analyse. Let’s say we want to analyse CNX IT. Choose CNX IT in the drop down as shown below (red box):

index

Step 2

You can do two things with the Nse Index:

Click on Percentage of deliverable quantity to total traded quantity button. You will get the following: 

indexsec

This chart shows the security wise deliverable percentage of all the stocks that belongs to the index we are analysing (in the present case it is CNX IT). The formula to calculate the Index wise delivery position is explained in the Charting Tool Explanation section below.

Click on Daily Index Wise Delivery Position button. You will get the following:

list

This table lists the daily security wise delivery position for the last trading day for all the stocks listed in the index we are analysing. Using this table one can find out the stocks with highest and lowest deliverable percentage for a particular day for a particular index.

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Charting Tool Explanation

Equityfriend security wise delivery position plotting tool is designed to help investors take investment decision based on delivery percentage data of stocks listed on a national stock exchange (NSE). Investors can also analyse the index wise deliverable percentage data using this plotting tool. Security wise deliverable percentage is perceived as a high level indicator of long term capital flowing into a particular stock. If we talk about index deliverable percentage, it indicates if long term money is flowing into a sector or not.

The formula used to calculate security wise delivery percentage:

Security wise delivery percentage = (Total deliverable quantity/Total traded quantity)*100

Investors can use Security wise delivery percentage data to find out if long term money is flowing into a particular stock or not.

The formula used to calculate Index wise delivery percentage:

Index wise delivery percentage = (Total deliverable quantity of all the stocks in a particular Index/Total traded quantity of all the stocks in a particular index)*100

To understand this calculation better, let’s take the example of Bank Nifty

Data for Bank Nifty on 23-Jan-2015

table

Total Traded quantity = Sum of column TTL_TRD_QNTY = 60572191

Total Deliverable Quantity = Sum of column DELIV_QTY = 30015962

As per the formula above:

Index wise delivery percentage = (30015962/60572191)*100 = 49.55

Investors can use Index wise delivery percentage data to find out if long term money is flowing into a particular sector like banking, auto, IT etc or not.

To understand how to analyse Security Wise Delivery Position and take decision based on that please read Analysis of Security Wise Delivery Position.

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