ARQ by Angel Broking is an automated investment engine that runs on:-
- Insights from Angel Broking Research Experts
- Machine Learning language
- Deep Industry Trends
- Cognitive Algorithms
- Amiable Processing power
ARQ is available exclusively for Angel Broking customers through Angel Eye (or trade) and Angel Broking mobile app. At the same time, it is not a PMS (Portfolio Management Service) - thus, it is up to the client to accept or reject the recommendation. ARQ provides in-app and web notifications along with the SMS services providing recommendations at the right time.
How ARQ works?
In this Angel Broking ARQ Review, our team tried to have a walk-through of the technology and following were our observations. It basically takes in few inputs from the user around:
- User age
- Investing experience
- Portfolio risk
- Risk appetite
- Investing behavior
It uses the current trends, user inputs and develops a future predictive analysis to calculates the best possible asset allocation strategy for that particular client both in Equity and Mutual Funds (Large, small, mid, multi-cap and ELSS funds) segments. Based on the inputs given by the team, the ARQ system within Angel Eye provided us with the following allocations.
The way it basically works is that if you are looking to invest ₹1,50,000 in Equity, ARQ recommends you buy "Top 3 Stocks" for that particular day. You have to invest ₹50,000 equally in these "Top 3 stocks" for a period of 1 month and then wait for next month's "Top 3 stocks".
If for your portfolio, these "Top 3 stocks" stay the same then you don't have to take any action, however, in case there is a difference then you are supposed to sell off the stocks that do not appear in next month's recommendation and buy new recommendations.
To know more about ARQ and whether it is suitable for your investment requirements, you can check this ARQ Review.