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How can I get access for Radar?

Radar is freely available with Definedge Securities Demat account.

What is Radar?

Radar is a free comprehensive fundamental analysis tool developed by Definedge Securities that offers that offers a wide range of features like valuation charts, performance tab, peer comparison, 35+ pre-defined scanners, 30+ financial ratios, financial statements, matrix, results calendar, and more.

To know more about Radar, click here.

Is Radar a paid tool?

No, Radar is a completely free tool. But, to access all the features of Radar, you need to have a Definedge Securities Demat account.

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What are the features of Radar?

Radar is a comprehensive fundamental analysis tool that offers a variety of features including valuation charts, performance tab, peer comparison, 35+ pre-defined scanners, 30+ financial ratios, financial statements, matrix, results calendar, and more.

To know more about Radar, click here.

How can Radar help with funda-techno analysis?

Yes, you can perform a complete funda-techno analysis using Radar. To do so, you need to create a group on Radar, which will then be visible on your RZone dashboard. You can use Radar to perform a fundamental analysis on the group and then perform technical analysis on the same group using RZone.

To better understand how to perform funda-techno analysis, check the ‘Funda-Techno’ analysis section on our Radar User Guide.

What fundamental analysis features does Radar offer?

In order to provide a comprehensive fundamental analysis, Radar offers a wide range of analysis parameters like scrip summary, charts, 30+ financial ratios, performance history, peer comparison, quarterly and yearly results, balance sheet, cash flow data, and shareholding data for any given scrip. You can sort companies using our 35+ pre-defined scanners or create your own custom scanners. You can also use our tools for further analysis.

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How many scanners are available on Radar?

Radar offers over 35 pre-defined scanners to choose from along with other public scanners created by other Radar users. You can also create your own custom scanners or edit the pre-defined scanners as per your preference.

To know how to use pre-defined scanners or create a new one, check the Scanners section on our Radar User Guide.

Can I customize pre-defined scanners on Radar?

Yes, you can easily customize pre-defined scanners and save them under My Scanners on Radar. To do so, choose any pre-defined scanner, go to edit query to make changes as per your preference and click on ‘Run Query’. To save this scanner under My Scanners, simply click on ‘Save Scanner’ and save.

How to you create a custom scanner on Radar?

To create a custom scanner on Radar, you need to go to ‘Create New Scanner’ under the Tools drop-down and on the Scanner Query screen, enter your query with all the parameters you want to add to the scanner, run the query and then click on ‘Save Scanner’ to save it under My Scanners.

To better understand how to create a scanner on Radar, visit our User Guide.

Where can you save scanners on Radar?

On Radar, you can save your scanners under My Scanners by simply clicking on ‘Save Scanner’ after you run a query of your custom scanner or edit a pre-defined scanner.

How many ratios are offered in Radar?

Radar offers over 30 financial ratios, divided in 8 categories. You can check them under the Ratios tab on your Radar dashboard for your selected scrip.

What are the tools offered in Radar?

Besides a comprehensive analysis and scanners, Radar also offers certain tools to the users. You can access them under the ‘Tools’ drop-down on the upper-right corner. The four tools provided in Radar include 

– Create New Scanner to create your customized scanners
– Results Calendar to view published quarterly results and dates of upcoming results
– Matrix to sort companies based on permutations
– Sector analysis to see the overview of a specific industry or sector

To know more about this, check the Tools section under our User Guide.

How can you view shareholding analysis in Radar?

To view shareholding segregation for a selected scrip, go to the ‘ShareHolding’ tab on the Analysis page for that scrip. Under the ShareHolding tab, you can check the complete segregation of shareholding in that specific company.

What are public scanners on Radar?

Public scanners are the scanners created by other Radar users as per their preference and available for public use. You can find Public Scanners under the ‘Scanners’ section on the top-right. You can also add your own scanners to this list. To do so, create your custom scanner from ‘Create New Scanner’ option, run the query, click on ‘Save Scanner’ and check the ‘Make it Public?’ checkbox before saving.

How can you track the performance record on Radar?

You can track the performance record of any selected company from the ‘Performance’ tab on the Analysis page. Under the Performance tab, you can check the historical performance of the company’s Sales, Net Profit, and average ROE and ROCE ratios over the last 1, 3, and 5 years.

To know more about this, check the Performance Tab section on our User Guide.

Can you view historical data on Radar?

Yes, you can view historical data for various parameters on Radar including – quarterly results, yearly results, cash flow, balance sheet, and performance by simply clicking on the specific tab on the Analysis page for the selected scrip.

Can I customize analysis on Radar?

Radar is designed to be customer-centric and yes, you can customize your fundamental analysis on Radar at various steps. On the Analysis page, you can add filters to a number of parameters – Peer Comparison, Quarterly Results, Yearly Results, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow – for your selected scrip. You can also customize the available scanners or create your own for a refined analysis as per your preference. You can also sort companies using the Matrix tool as per your preference.

How do you view common-sized analysis on Radar?

With Radar, you can view a common sized analysis of quarterly results, yearly results, balance sheet, and cash flow. To do so, select your scrip, go to any of the aforementioned tabs and click on the ‘Common Sized’ option to check the common sized analysis for that parameter.

How can you view cash flow breakdown on Radar?

To view cash flow breakdown for any selected scrip, check the ‘Cash Flow’ tab on the Analysis page. There, you have the option to check the breakdown in a Standalone, Consolidated and Common Sized format. You can also add filters from the right corner on the tab.

To know more about this, check the Cash Flow section on our Radar User Guide.

What does the scrip summary on Radar display?

When you search a specific scrip or company in Radar, you can see a quick summary for that company at the top. This includes key metrics like a brief description, current share price, NSE and BSE ticker, sector, market capitalization, face value, book value, shareholding pattern and ratios like – price to earnings ratio, price to book value ratio and debt to equity ratio.

Is there a user guide for Radar?

Yes. To help you understand all the features of Radar and how to use them effectively, you can check our Radar User Guide.

Does Radar offer Result Calendar?

Yes, Radar offers Result Calendar for all the companies listed with NSE and BSE. Result Calendar is available under the ‘Tools’ drop-down on Radar and can be accessed even without a login. On Result Calendar, you can find the dates for upcoming results as well as view a snapshot of the published quarterly results of various companies. 

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