Bulk deals and block deals are closely followed metrics in the investor community. Many investors keenly watch this data. Why? Because it helps them follow the smart money. Bulk deals doesn't always mean an up move or down move in stock price in a shorter time frame. However, a closer look at the nature and financial might of participants involved in the deal can act as a leading indicator of where the prices are headed in medium to long term. For example, if a big Mutual Fund or FII/FPI buys a particular stock in a bulk deal where the deal has happened in multiple transactions (means no single large seller) then, probabilistically speaking, chances of future price appreciation gets higher. Having said that, investors must not solely base their decision on the data of block deals and bulk deals. They should study the fundamentals of the company and its past performance before making an investment decision. Having understood the implications, here is the data of latest bulk and block deals:



Historical Bulk Deal Analysis

Analyse NSE bulk deals and block deals to find out the shares which famous investors (FII, FPI, DII or Mutual Funds) are buying and selling. You can filter bulk deal and block deal data on three primary criteria’s i.e. Date, Company and Mutual Fund or FII/FPI. By filtering Bulk Deals on the basis of companies, you can also figure out operator driven counters and save yourself from investment disasters.

Please choose any of the three filter criteria below and click on Get Bulk Deal Data button to get the date wise bulk deals and block deals. The data is from 01-Jan-2015 till date. The data is updated every EOD and can be independently verified at NSE India website.









What are Bulk Deals and Block Deals?

Bulk Deal - Any stock market transaction that involves buying or selling of at least 0.5 per cent of the number of listed shares of a company is a bulk deal.
Block Deal – Block Deal is a single transaction of a minimum quantity of five lakh shares or a minimum value of Rs 5 crore between two parties which are mostly big institutional players.

How to interpret nse bulk deals/bse bulk deals data and nse block deals data?

Investors should monitor nse bulk deals and nse block deals on a daily basis and keep a watch on following data points

  • Look for stocks with strong fundamentals which are appearing on a regular basis in the bulk deals and block deals. If big institutions are consistently buying stocks with strong fundamentals in large quantity then it’s a good indicator of future price appreciation. Similarly, if the large institutions are selling stocks on a consistent basis, then one can be fairly sure of future price depreciation.
  • Look for stocks with very weak fundamentals consistently appearing in the bulk and block deal list. They might be operator driven and investors should double check their decision before investing in them
  • Study the profile of financial institutions involved in the nse bulk deals and nse block deals. Huge buy or sell figures by big institutions are often backed by solid research and may indicate the future price movement fairly accurately.
  • The bulk deal activity can also act as a fair indicator of prevailing market sentiment. If the overall market sentiment is bearish, bulk deals on the sell side will be relatively large and if the market sentiment is bullish, buy bulk deals will outnumber the sell bulk deals.

Here is a list of top 20 stocks that are frequently traded in the nifty bulk deals and nifty block deals. Investors should be cautious while investing in stocks with weak fundamentals which trade frequently in nse bulk deals and nse block deals as they might be operator driven stocks.




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