Thanks for the support @rajsuccess.
To answer your question regarding our plans - We want to try and bring the quality of data that providers such as Bloomberg, reuters & CMIE bring, to the retail investor.
Our focus is to provide a comprehensive overview about the company & its business performance and we’re trying to do that by compiling alternative data about company’s such as market share, op metrics, EXIM, company wise sales collected from stockists/distributors, detailed revenue break-up etc. At the back end we’re building a company network, showing how each is connected to its competitors, investors, geography, raw materials, currency etc. We’re also in the process of integrating data from SIAM, AIOCD, ICIS, USFDA etc and giving users access to play around with & understand trends across industries.
Our next release (due in about 45 days) is filtering capabilities and we’re really excited about this, so with this you would now be able to filter for companies by combining both financial data as well as alternate data. So a sample query could be
“ Show me companies that have
net profit margin > 25% &
Gets > 60% from exports &
Whos promoter holding has invreased over the last 5 years &
Does not depend on Raw Material Crude Oil"
Some of the other features to look out for are backtesting & watchlist/portfolio tracking.
Our current challenges are identifying reliable and sustainable data streams for every single sector / industry and extract the relevant info so its meaningful for investors. Of course standard financial analysis balance sheet, p&l, cashflow, share holding etc. is a critical aspect of any investment analysis and we will be strengthening few of those features in time but since most established platforms out there have done a pretty good job of structuring and displaying this info we don’t think we can provide too much more value add in this space.
For now we’ve released this only to some select forums such as Value Pickr and we’re really grateful for the feedback both in the form of direct messages as well as analytics we derive from usage on the site. Our plan is to keep this in beta mode till about Mar-Apr, by which time we plan on plugging all the existing errors, stabilise our systems & roll out some of the features mentioned above.
We do believe that there is a growing market of investors who are willing to pay for quality data so in a few months we will roll out a subscription based model.
Until then please continue using Tijori as you’ll have been, and do feel free to write to us in case of any suggestions or if you would like us to look at any other data streams. We are using quite a few algorithms where possible so there is a decent chance of errors in the early days. Flagging such point would be very useful.