Select BEST Stocks for Investment in just 10 Mins | HINDI

To Select BEST Stocks for Investment is both easy and difficult. There is a famous saying that too much analysis leads to paralysis. In many cases, investors post a query, how can they select BEST Stocks for Investment without any fundamental or technical analysis.

In this video, i have shared a very simple 4 step process through which the investor can select the best stocks for investment. The steps are very easy to follow. I am highlighting the same.
1. You need to check the stocks with highest weightage in Nifty 50.
2. Check the favorite stocks of mutual funds
3. Now check the sectors on which the FII’s are bullish
4. Lastly, check the sectors on which the DII’s are bullish

After analyzing the above mentioned 4 points, you will get a list of best stocks for investment.

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Archana Pihulkar says:

thank you sir

amarjeet singh says:

Your approach provoked thoughts and logics which is great. market is driven by sentiments n news many times though

Avanish SHRIWASTAV says:

i think this is a very bad idea for invesment .

shailendra kumar pandey says:

How to record that Net Investment data ??

shan sawant says:

Plz ‘share link

Rishank Pandey says:

Good analysis sir,… I personally feel that
1. this exercise should be repeated every fortnightly as FII`s sector list get updated fortnightly only
2. therefore after every 15 days we should analyze which are non performing stocks and accordingly we should discontinue with non performing stocks and add as per 4 steps suggested by you.

Please suggest whether my opinion is correct…. Thanks

Nikunj Chauhan says:

Sir NSE home Page par Quick links mein All Reports SE Panhuch te hai Ye link par.

Ponutula Sekhar says:

Thanks sir, we need this type of example support in your videos thanks a lot…

Kashi Khandelwal says:

I saw ur video.. Sir mje invest krna hai yeh video apne daily basis ke upar Dekh ke banaya roz market change hota toh roz toh invst nai kr sakte us chiz mei kaise soche ki kisme invest kre

Kumar Ankit says:

Thanks Mr Bhatia for very informative video. I have one question, I think this analysis is just one part of our entire fundamental analysis. so after shortlisting shares using this technique then later do we need to any further analysis like you explain in another video to check if share is over price or under price etc. Or we simply take position if we want to invest for 3 to 6 months or for long term.

Renu Kumari says:

Sir kaise jankari le ki Jo stock pic kr rhe h. ..unke bare m

mac Tube says:

You are a Gem…

Pawan Sinha says:

Fiis data me kuchh figure negative me hai uska kya matlab hai

Mukesh Agrawal says:

Hi Nitin,

I got the way on how to go to daily reports in NSE website. -> Products -> Indices

On the right side we have Related Links, Current Day’s Reports and inside that we have “All Daily Reports”
This is the way to go to “All Daily Reports”.

On the Related Links we have many other useful links, you are the right person to advise on any other useful information.

You are a wonderful human being. Thank you so much for your great efforts.

Sometime I feel if something goes wrong (as many people must be disliking you because you are impacting their business through free knowledge sharing session or some other issue) and if you remove all you videos etc. then that would be the worst thing to happen for this noble cause.

Mukesh Agrawal

vijay pratap singh says:

unable to find your mutual stock suggestion in money control site

Gopal Saha says:

sir ye farmula short time tred ke liye bhi lagu hai????



alok verma says:

sir this method should be used for long term investment or short term….regards..

Manoj Singh says:

sir Ham Aapko bata rahe hain ki “Home page se kaise es link main jate hai” (1) (2)”Products” option (3) Equities (4) lift Side “All Daily Reports” Click than you reach “”

Abhinav Kumar says:

Stock undervalued hai ya overvalued ye kaise pata kar sakte hain??

shailendra kumar pandey says:

Favourite stocks,Favorite sectors ki excel sheet how to download.

Deepesh Juvekar says:

Hii NITIN sir. It’s a most logical video I have ever seen. Really thanks for it.

I have one doubt. The fortnightly data for FII/FPI is not updated daily on NSE site. Then when is it updated? And why should we trade based on 15 days old data?

Waiting for your valuable reply.

HARSH says:

Hello Sir, Does this strategy helps while picking up stocks for long term investment as well ?

Niraj Natalkar says:

Hi Nitin, I have one question. Favorite Stock in Moneycontrol shows pick which are for last 6 quarters means almost one and half year. Based on that already there must be huge price corrections. Can you add another filter on this parameter which will help us to get only favorite in last 3 months? Pls..

Kindness is Beauty says:

Sir this process can be used for selecting stock for Swing Trading right?

bheemsingh meena says:

Sir long term ke liye stock kese choose kare

Malkit Singh says:

great sir ur cont no pls ..?

vijay pratap singh says:

no no sorry got it..

chiranjib swain says:

Dear Sir,

Thanks a million for this valuable information. As you have mentioned you were not able to find the daily_volatility report link in the NSE website here you can find in the below path ,
Products> Equities> Related links(Right side of the equities page) > Current day’s reports> All daily reports.

VB Narasimham Garikipati says:

Excellent explanation and awesome approach to find out the stocks for investment particularly for beginners.Thanks for the Video expect to watch more such videos from you sir.

Navin Kumar says:

very good analysis for beginners, god job Sir

Pushpraj Pranay Mandal says:


Ghanendra Dhruwe says:

Swing trading ke lya use kr skta ha kya ya treka?? Pls reply sir

Makarand S says:

How did you COPY top 10 stock list into excel sheet

Anil Kumar says:

i had same kind of idea on my mind. before seeing this video.

omprakash om says:

Sir iska homepage nse ke first page ko scrool down karne ke bad right side me hai


intraday me working hota hai kya Ye trick

Shyam Ghogale says:

Nice information for analysis. Thanks a lot

Sanjay Dua says:

Sir good evening thnx for sharing your knowledge with us. Sir apke btaye method se analysis krke mf favourite sectors and fii bulish sector ko consider krte hue 8 shortlisted stocks me se only infosys ltd. Select hua hai. Please guide kijiye ki this is right stock to buy now. Thnx

Anurag Garg says:

Hello sir. I have a doubt on selecting the top 7 from FPI Net Investment. you mentioned Oal and Gas as 3rd but it is on 21 position. How are you selecting these records.

Archana Pihulkar says:

sir it is nice video and more informative I followed all step from this video
but I have doubt
In which investment I can use this… intraday or short term or long term

Mohammed Shaikh says:

Very complicated sir

amarjeet singh says:


chandu raja says:

NITINJI, Thanks for the informative videos. how you copy and paste the data from moneycontrol as you said in the video. since there is no downloading option you have to copy the data. but when i hover the moves the selection is from the top of the list. so unnecessary details are also copied. any suggestion?

Eagle Vision says:

Thanks Sir

Please explain below statement during Order book…..
RMS:Rule: Check circuit limit including square off order exceeds for entity account-

Kishor Kumbhare says:

Realy very nice information..sir I have a question i.e what is the exact path for stock selection

k t says:

Sir i was doing this analysis ….most of the sectors i was checking for FII invt shows negative which means they are removing funds from markets ….So for analysis purpose should we consider that data or hold the analysis till FII invts turn positive . thank you

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