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Index Heatmap

Analyse which stocks contribute to the movement of top indices via Heatmap Visualisation.

What is a Heat Map?

Heat Map a is two-dimensional graphical representation of data in a tabular format using a colour spectrum. It is a powerful tool to gain insights into data.


In the Financial world, the securities trade on a daily basis, which leads to fluctuations in price. Index Heat Map can be extensively used to analyse the movement of the index constituents.


Did you know?


The term 'Heat Map' was first used in the early 1990s by Cormac Kinney, an American software designer.

Nifty 50 Heat Map


The Nifty 50 is an equity market index comprised of the 50 largest publicly traded companies in India. It was launched in 1996 and is currently managed by NSE Indices Ltd. (formerly NSE Strategic Investment Corporation Limited).


Nifty 50 Heat Map represents the daily movement of all the Nifty 50 stocks. Further, it can also be used to analyse the movement across the sectors


As of November 2023, Nifty 50 currently has exposure to 13 sectors, with the financial sector making up the majority. 


ParticularsWeightage (%)
Financial Services35%
Information Technology14%
Oil and Gas12%
FMCG9%
Construction4%
Healthcare4%
Automobile7%
Others15%

Nifty 50 Heat Map represents the daily movement of all the Nifty 50 stocks. Further, it can also be used to analyse the movement across the sectors.


Sensex Heat Map


Similar to Nifty 50, Sensex is also a broad market index comprised of the 30 largest publicly traded companies in India. It was launched in 1986.


Sensex is also used to gauge the overall market sentiment, as 30 stocks in the Sensex index are the most liquid and financially sound companies from different sectors.


As of November 2023, Nifty 50 currently has exposure to 13 sectors, with the financial sector making up the majority. 


ConstituentSector
HDFC Bank LtdFinancials
Reliance Industries LtdEnergy
ICICI Bank LtdFinancials
Infosys LtdIT
ITC LtdConsumer Staples
Larsen & Toubro LtdIndustrials
Tata Consultancy Services LtdIT
Axis Bank LtdFinancials
Bharti Airtel LtdCommunication Services
Kotak Mahindra Bank LtdFinancials

Sensed Heat Map represents the daily movement of all the 30 stocks of Sensex. It can also be used to analyse the movement in different sectors.


How to Analyse Index Heat Map


Index Heat Map is a two-dimensional graphical representation of all stocks in the index using different colours; default colours are red and green. The intensity of the colours differs based on the movement of the index constituents. The higher the gain or loss, the deeper the colour intensity.


For example, Reliance and HDFC Bank have fallen by 1% and 2%, respectively. Here, both will be in red, but the intensity of HDFC Bank is more as it has fallen by 2%.


Similarly, if Infosys and TCS have risen by 1% and 2% respectively then both the stocks will be highlighted in green colour, but the intensity of TCS’s colour will be more as it has risen by 2%.


In simple terms, the deeper the fall or rise, the deeper the intensity of the red or green colour.


Thematic movement can also be identified using the Index Heat Map. One can analyse movement and intensity in different sectors. For example, if FMCG is in green and IT sector is greener than FMCG, then it indicates that the IT sector is more bullish.


The stock or sector with the deepest green indicates the highest gain, while the stock or sector with the deepest red indicates the highest fall. It makes the analysis relatively simpler and provides a broader picture of the market at the same time.


One can further customise the Index Heat Map using multiple tools available on our Heat Map page. The heat multiplier, toggle size, timing, and data source can all be altered. Further, there are multiple style settings available to explore on our Heat Map page.


Conclusion


Index Heat Map is a great visualisation tool and has extensive use in financial analysis, especially by traders. It gives you quick insights into the intensity of movement in share prices and sectors.


Keep in mind that it only represents the movement of index constituents and not the rationale behind the movement, i.e., it is not a clear indicator of whether to take a long or short position. However, one can analyse the broader picture and make the decision combined with other technical and fundamental indicators.


FAQs

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