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Kalkine was founded in 2014 by Kunal Sawhney with the aim of offering investment advice to " Do It Yourself" investors to their subscribers based on value investing. This independent equities research firm[1], provides recommendations to its subscribers about which stocks to buy, sell or hold. Kalkine picks companies from several sectors including Technology, Mining, Insurance, Banking, Industrial, Utilities, Healthcare, Real Estate, Financial Services, Retail, Media, Dividend and Food & Beverage. Kalkine started covering stocks in Australia but later expanded their presence to US and Europe.

Founded 📆February 2014
Founder 👔Kunal Sawhney
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🌐 Websitehttp://www.kalkine.com.au
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Investment Objective:[edit]

The two main principles for investing in equities that Kalkine aims at are:-

  •      Protection against the erosion of one’s wealth due to inflation.
  •      Higher average return to investors over the years produced both by a dividend income exceeding the yield on bonds and the market value going up.

KALKINE aims to offer its clients with recommendations by appropriate timing and pricing to achieve that. KALKINE makes sure that investors look at both the qualitative and quantitative factors. When looking at the quantitative factors they consider items like capitalization, earnings, dividends, assets and liabilities. While considering the qualitative characteristics they look at the nature of business, position of company in the industry and other operating characteristics. Kalkine believes in long term investments and accordingly carefully picks recommendation. Kalkine also believes that investing in right assets would always generate better returns than the average.


Kalkine name originated from the Sanskrit word “Kalkin”

Kunal Sawhney is the CEO of Kalkine and founded the firm in 2014 with the aim of offering the right investment advice to investors. Kalkine was founded with the goal to provide investment ideas to clients that enable them to navigate and achieve success in complex markets. Kalkine follow's the methodology of Benjamin Graham who was the great American economist and professional investor.


Investment advice[edit]

Kalkine offers its investment advice services to its investors via subscription services. Kalkine income portfolio and Kalkine growth portfolio has generated better returns than the ASX All Ordinaries performance since its inception.


Penny Stocks Report[edit]

Given the volatility in the stock markets, one area that could offer a blockbuster returns while focusing on Value is ‘Penny Stocks’. This product is for Investors trying to lock in money for value and tremendous growth with small investments.

U.S Equities Report[edit]

Several U.S. Equities has been consistently offering solid returns but identifying the right stock remains a challenge as divided opinions still prevail around investing in the U.S. Equities. Despite the volatility, it is worth noting that the U.S. Equity market has not deterred in showing positive signs of growth. Kalkine constantly screen US stocks based on its long term growth potential even though the stock is facing short term uncertainties and pressure.

Growth Report[edit]

Growth stocks have always had a whiff of glamour about them. There is something exciting about fast-growing companies and the prospect of continued high returns. The Australian market has seen some growth stocks emerge, such as internet darlings Seek, REA Group and the fast-food chain Domino's Pizza Enterprises. Each has been pushed higher with dizzy price-earnings (PE) ratios. Investing in shares on the Australian stock exchange is almost always about buying into a company’s business, and Kalkine had already built a historical record of successfully picking them.

Resources Report[edit]

With the continuing robust demand for commodities from China and other emerging economies, Kalkine has recognized keen investor interest in the Australian resource sector. The attraction of resource (mining and energy) companies in Australia is that they are leveraged to this increasing Asian demand. We believe the investment case for mining companies is exciting, driven by strong global demand for resources as emerging economies expand and infrastructure is modernized across the developed.

Investor Report[edit]

Kalkine filters companies that are trading at discounts relative to their assessment of their intrinsic values. They perform a fundamental analysis to establish their values while makes a detailed strategic assessment of the industry dynamics with the objective of identifying those companies with the greatest long term sustainable advantage. Securities are the next classified according to their ability to generate returns on capital. Valuations are focused on company cash flow and are tested under a range of scenarios.

Macro Report[edit]

Understanding the macro environment is very important for investment decisions. Kalkine covers recent happenings across major economies like Australia, China, US and Europe. They also cover informative articles on new trends like Blockchain. Kalkine continuously covers key economic events which has an impact on the stock markets as well as analysis and sometimes estimate the potential impact.

Other Report[edit]

Kalkine releases special reports on a daily basis, covering individual stocks across US and Australia equities which has the potential to generate solid returns on a long term perspective. Their report makes a detailed analysis of the recent events of the as well as the investment drivers for the stock. Kalkine also educates its subscribers/clients with the overall macro perspective across major economies including US, Australia, UK and China. Kalkine also covers special and informative topics aiming to give the right information to its subscribers.

Blue chip, mid cap and small cap diversification[edit]

Kalkine team covers stock across Blue chip, mid cap and small cap stocks and gives recommendations based on the client’s risk appetite. Kalkine believes that certain stocks in blue chip still has the potential to generate outstanding returns as compared to the overall industry average returns. Kalkine also screens mid cap and small cap stocks which has the potential to generate better returns than the indices average. Kalkine widened options for its clients who can invest based on the risk bearing capacity given the volatile markets.


Kalkine continuously updates the news of ASX stocks in several categories like Banking, Media, Energy, Mining, Transport and IT. Kalkine believes in keeping its clients informed with the recent happenings or news in a company, sector or economy.

Kalkine releases weekly podcasts[2] for its subscribers.

Kalkine's CEO, Mr. Kunal Sawhney is features regularly on trading day show on Sky News and also featured in AFR[3] CNBC[4] Sydney Morning Herald[5] and other media sources.

Kalkine’s Research Head, Hina Chowdhary had won SMH’s Share Race[6]



  1. "Equity Research Firm - Kalkine". www.kalkine.com.au. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  2. "Equity Research Firm - Kalkine". www.kalkine.com.au. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  3. "Why investment bank research analysts are leaving their jobs in droves". Financial Review. 2018-04-27. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  4. "Cost cuts put BHP on the right track: Expert". CNBC. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  5. Collett, John (2016-10-14). "Tough start to the six-week Shares Race". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  6. Collett, John (2018-02-02). "Zip Co shuffles the Shares Race's pecking order". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  7. "Reshuffle of the Shares Race rankings in volatile market". The Age. 2017-04-13. Retrieved 2018-05-04.

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