Quant – Sabermetric approach to trading

September 22, 2014


One of the best ways to improve your probability of winning while trading is by learning from your own trading history. Like they say, ”those who forget the history, are most likely going to repeat it”, a mistake often committed by traders. This could be either because of no access to tools/technology or not knowing the importance of learning from your past. We at Zerodha understand this, and that’s why we’re launching Quant, a financial behavioural analysis and visualisation tool. Q, our new backoffice, is a very intuitive reporting tool, but it’s mostly for contract notes, P&L statements, Trade/Order Books. Quant ups the ante and crunches your trading history and extracts useful insights for you to learn.

Quant, as the name suggests, will help you perform quantitative analysis of your trading past and also introduce you to a sabermetric approach to trading. Quant algos will go back in your trading history and intuitively depict things like, what was your trading size at which you made most profits, any pattern with time in terms of your profitability, did you make profit by trading with the trend or against, your most profitable scrips, and a lot more.

The first release of Quant will comprise of “Time based analytics” to help spot any trends in terms of your profitability based on when you trade, and “Portfolio Equity Curve” to help measure your stock holding performance against the benchmark (Nifty). Do note that all the figures are on gross basis (excluding brokerage and other costs).

You can start off either visiting http://quant.zerodha.com/ or by clicking on Quant when logged into Q.

Time based analytics

Weekday overview

Tells you the best weekday for you in terms of gross profits made. You can either use the periods available already or mention a custom date range. For instance, you can see that this particular account has taken the biggest hit on a Tuesday.


Weekday Overview

The segment and symbol box will help you further refine to view the same analytics for a particular segment or symbol that you have traded.


Adding Segments and symbols

Weekday breakdown

Shows your best weekday in terms of gross profitable weekdays to total number of weekdays traded. This will also help you figure out your chances of winning on expiry days while trading Equity derivatives and Currency.


Weekday breakdown

The green line indicates the week whereas the rest are days. Clicking on each of the days will add on to the scatter plot to help you better visualize the number of times you have traded on a particular weekday and how many of those have been winners. As you can see above that this client has been most profitable on Expiry days and Fridays, with an almost 75% probability of winning. You can use the smaller graph below to zoom in or out of a particular time period.

Weekly overview

Similar to weekday overview, this will help you figure out which part of the month you are most profitable, 4th and 5th week being the last weeks of the month. This particular client has been most profitable during the 3rd and 4th weeks of the month while the second week being the worst.


Weekly Overview


Visualize your gross profit and loss either daily, weekly, monthly or yearly




Shows you what has been your maximum consecutive profit or loss making days. You will be also able to see your current and average winning/losing streaks.



Important to know

  • The above reports may not match to your normal P&L because the profitability is calculated per day and not for a time period in your normal P&L statements.
  • All the reports above are on a gross basis, it doesn’t consider charges and taxes.***

***Update – 3rd Nov 2014. By popular demand, we have decided to include approximate trading costs before displaying the quant. Computing exact costs is not available right now, but is planned for the future. Also, since all quants are meant to show you relative performance, we believe that it is reasonable enough to help you make decisions based on approximate trading costs. If you want to see your normal P&L statements with exact costs, it is available in the report section under Q.

Approximate Trading Costs assumed (including Brokerage, STT/CTT, Transaction charges, Service tax, Stamp duty), :

1. Equity : 0.02% or Rs 2000/crore of turnover
2. Equity Futures: 0.0125% or Rs 1500/crore of turnover
3. Equity Options: 0.08% or Rs 8000/crore of premium turnover
4. Currency Futures: 0.0075% or Rs 750/crore of turnover
5. Currency Options: 0.06% or Rs 6000/crore of premium turnover
6. Commodity Futures: 0.0125% or Rs 1250/crore of turnover
You can also see all your quants without trading costs, Click on N to not consider trading costs.

Equity Curve

The equity curve helps you measure the performance of your stock portfolio versus the benchmark (Nifty Index). You will be able to plot how Rs 100 invested in your portfolio would have performed as compared to Nifty. See the below equity curve for one of our clients and how he has outperformed the Nifty.


Equity Curve

Time based analytics should help you better manage positions, reduce your trading size on time periods where you have historically not performed well and increase when you have.

Equity Curve will help you measure the true performance of your holdings. Yes 30% in a year is good, but not if the benchmark was up 60%.

The quest from when we started Zerodha has been to give our traders an edge over others while trading the markets. Be it lower costs, a good trading platform (Pi), reporting (Q), trading tools, initiatives like 60 day challenge or now Quant. Quant is the first of its kind tool offered to retail trading community, not just in India but across the world. This is just a start, and we will add a lot more in the next few releases for you to be able to figure out where exactly you can improve to help increase your odds of winning while trading. And of course, needless to say, Quant is absolutely FREE to all Zerodha clients.

Do help spread the goodness. If you’re a client, you can use the associate program.

Happy Trading,

Nithin Kamath

Founder & CEO @ Zerodha, team working towards breaking all barriers that I personally faced as a retail trader for over a decade. Love playing poker, basketball, and guitar. Getting body fat % in single digit is the next personal endeavor :) .


  1. DM0969 says:

    Congrations Nithin once again on this new tool… BI is the name of the game and quants will provide us with huge deal of information which was tacit till today.


  2. DM0969 says:

    Nithin .. QQ on PI … are going to have Fibonacci extensions too or just retracements?

  3. ElegantTrader says:

    Given that most of them are beginning out trading via Zerodha (courtesy, the new platform, brokerage, pretty good customer service), Is there a way to import several years of trading history from other brokers, say by means of csv or excel or any other means to get a jump start on this Quant Tool. I believe that would really make sense.

    Imagine, someone who really started out with zerodha will have little or no history and would take a while to build enough history to make any sense out of this tool. Pls throw some light on this thought!

    • Yep, we have already thought about it and working out on a way to import trades from other brokers as well. The equity curve already works, even if you had bought stock with another broker. When you transfer the stocks to Zerodha demat, Q will show up a discrepant quantity page where you can mention the price and date of acquisition which will be used to plot the equity curve.

      • ElegantTrader says:

        Thats cool to hear. Even a mechanism to manually feed in the transaction history by a data entry page would really help. This is all a right foot in the right direction.!

  4. stock hunter says:

    hi Nitin , I have already client of Zerodha, I cant able to see above mentioned reports..I am mainly doing EQ….client id RJ0464…….Any restriction ?

  5. W_BHUSHAN says:

    Congrats… Unable to Login 🙁

  6. Ram says:

    Great work! Kudos for offering it for free
    I do have a few doubts about how the metrics are calculated
    My figures don’t stack up right with the quant.
    My user ID is RP0910 and I suffered losses in MAR 2014 while the Quant shows profit for this month. I believe time periods start at the first day of the month for all the months. Also, the equity curve doesn’t seem to take leverage into account for calculating the return. Also, the case with streaks. They don’t match my longest winning streak which is 12 days. The losing streak of 8 matches but the dates differ. If required, I could send my data in the required format to the tech team.
    I just want this platform to be better. (Not just finding faults :))

  7. jayanth says:

    we need pi soooooooon

  8. naveentalkin says:

    Hi Nithin,

    Its a awesome tool but only thing is equity curve is not ploting properly.


  9. Nitin Agarwal says:

    Hi Nithin,
    Thanks for developing this tool and some interesting analysis. Can you provide similar analysis wrt leverage? I want to see historically how have I fared when I’m leveraged heavily vs a lightly leveraged scenario. I know that I tend to leverage heavily and then give away a big portion of my gains.


  10. vinay says:

    Hi Nithin,

    I thank you and your team for this initiative. This is going to be a great tool for all.
    I would also request you to consider having trading app for IOS devices as you have one for android. This is one thing missing since long time. Trading in nest web application in small screen is really difficult. Please suggest if there is other way available for time being.
    Is there any mobile version of NEST web application available?


  11. Vishal says:

    excellent …eagerly waiting for the new platform.

  12. Akbar says:

    I have been trading with Zerodha since 2011, How do I see the same analytics for all previous financial years?

  13. Manish Kayal says:

    Hi Nithin, I am not able to login to Q. Please see. Thanks

  14. Prime01 says:

    Really nice feature to have. Congrats Zerodha 🙂 BTW, I had requested for a feature showing my total turnover for the period. But, there seems to have been no response for the ticket that was opened. @ Nithin – You had mentioned in simple taxation discussion forum that Tax P&L would be enabled for 2015 as way to look up for the turnover. But, as of now it has not been enabled. So, is there any other way to know my turnover.

  15. Gaurang says:

    Hi guys;
    Great work on quant – I’m finding out all sorts of strange things about my trading record. (I literally suffer from statistically significant Monday morning blues, for example). However, the reflection of my record seems wildly inaccurate on days when I carry an overnight (options?) position. I can’t quite figure out how it’s treating it – whether it’s failing to mark-to-market or what, but for instance when I try to pull up the daily profitability record, there are several days where the daily profit figure doesn’t correspond with the figure in the trading P&L section. These appear to be days where I was carrying an overnight options position. It would be great if you could rectify this – so that I can figure out whether my Monday morning blues are real, or not!!


  16. SANTHOSH says:

    @Nitin… Congratulations on Zerodha and all the new initiatives you have been providing for making traders life more easier.

    I had prepared an excel file and Have been using it from long time now, where i manually put in the data and do similar kind of statistical analysis.

    I am also happy that we have something in common that we are both from BIT.

    Wishing you all the success …!!!

  17. Phani.kumar says:

    Hi. This is Phani. I am going through Quant. But it is showing “data not available”. Could u please check that?

  18. Awesome.. Let us know when you plan to be listed 😉

  19. sureshsarvan2 says:

    Hands down. Great effort. What a way to amaze the kids.
    Seriously, asserting this so called “Quantitative Analysis tool” (Which is nothing but a bunch of graphs reflecting what a bank statement would do) as a way to improve your trading pattern or strategy, is laughable.
    And that too from a broker who calls himself “modern” gives me hints about the desperate-to-market strategies of yours.
    1. Your weekday strategy: Useless. Give me one reason that figuring out which day of the week has been most profitable to in last couple of months would increase my profit. Is it like that the God has assigned each one of us a “lucky weekday” trading on which we can earn bundles of cash? There is absolutely no relation between the day of week and the movement of any stock or commodity or currency prices.
    2. Week of month strategy: Again Useless in the similar way. Copy my comments from above.
    3. Profitability: Essentially same as the trading history with profits and losses. At least not completely useless.
    4. Equity curve: Not an out-of-the-box offering but at least this reflects something. One get to know how he traded, can set a benchmark to rate future trading performances. But nothing that can improve his trading skills or help him earn more money. Its like Batting average of a Batsman, people can judge him(or have a good time killing discussion over it) with that number but knowing it won’t help him to refine his performances. Its just a bundle of figures, that’s it.
    5. Streaks: Although it also doesn’t offer anything which could make traders earn more, but it may help them know about their trading style(which can make them wonder about figures which are essentially of no use but merely a topic of discussions).

    You baffle me when you assert things as you’ve done in your first paragraph. Anyways, impressive initiative. Good Luck with your sales!

    • Hey Suresh, 🙂 thanks and appreciate your feedback. This is just Quant starting off, ideally we should have launched once all the reports were ready. But we were spotting trends that we thought could help our clients.
      About our weekdays/week of the month report, what if it shows that in the last 40 mondays you are are down on 75% of them, but you are up 75% of the times when traded on friday. What if the report showed a client that he loses money everytime he trades on an expiry day? But yeah, debatable topic it is. 🙂
      But in the next couple of months you will see reports like how you performed based on your trading size, how you performed while going with the trend and against the trend, how you performed based on the stop/target you used, and a lot more.
      Do let us know, if there is anything that you would like to see. Quant is just starting off, and excuse me if you thought I was being too loud.


      • sureshsarvan2 says:

        See, you haven’t actually contributed to counter my arguments, apart from using “what ifs”. But if you’re so confident with the percentages you’ve quoted after the “what ifs”, I would advise you to document it properly as a research work, you might make a Nobel Prize out of it. 😀 But on a different note, I hope your forthcoming reports would be lot more meaningful and interesting. Good luck.

          • Prime01 says:

            Whatever little insights i got about my trading behavior using this new tool was definitely useful and again thank you zerodha for this. So please keep it coming.

        • Varun Agarwal says:

          @Santosh – At the very least someone on this Earth is trying to something to help his clients. What have you done ? If you are so called extra “smart” why not design and launch a better product ? May be then Nithin will listen to you. Until then use it or leave it! May be Nitin has not yet won Nobel Prize but have you even won Bharat Ratna for your smartness ? BTW is your IQ even been nominated ? Or why not you start another brokerage and impress us ?

          @Nitin Today when companies are trying to highlight with data crunching (read EMC), i think this tool is doing what they are going. I am sure this tool in future will start showing things which even you may not have imagined. But i am sure you will be more than happy when this happens. Keep up the good work. Looking forward for more…

  20. santanu says:

    although i have not yet tested the Q. but the idea is no doubt wonderful. thanks zerodha.

  21. Ashutosh Garg says:

    Only the Quant logo is available. Quant tool is not working

  22. jayanth says:

    hello in pi charts time frames will be 15 also na

  23. Manish Gupta says:


    Good initiative from Zerodha… My question is with regards to the granularity of data for time based analytics, Is it possible to drill the data down to the time (hh:mm) of day when one makes profit or loss?

  24. arkind13 says:

    Zerodha! once again have exceeded our expectations. Such products from a discounted brokerage was an unthinkable past. Just a suggestion, apart from time analytics, if you could also include stock specific analsis it would be great. For example, which script has given me consistent profit and vice versa and also the sector where I’ve gained and lost. Looking for more such features.

  25. ravi78 says:

    Hi Zerodha
    While this is a commendable initiative that you are attempting to provide analytics capability and am sure with passage of time you will provide more insights and improve, but when i look at my reports currently, it all seem erraneous and the profit or loss amount shown on certain days, is clearly very wrong. There are huge spikes on certain days with profits and loss running very high (and i know for sure i have not done that much on a day 🙂 and on days when i know for sure i have made profit, the report shows loss and vice versa….even if you take the last 7 days data for me, it is producing erroneous reports…

    Currently while these reports seem attractive initially, beyond that, they dont add any value as i cannot infer anything meaningful from this….

    Should you need any data points, i can mail to your team.


    • Ravi,

      Time based analytics is based on when you enter the trade. So for example, if you bought Nifty futures on monday and sold it on thursday for profit. The profit is added for monday, because this analytic is used to tell the best time to enter the trade.

      But I have already emailed you, we are double checking and will get back to you soon.

  26. prashant.warrier says:

    Hello Zerodha, I am a prospective convert to Zerodha, I am currently using other trading platforms. The key thing i am looking for is a superior trading platform and i have been very impressed by what i am reading/hearing about “PI” and other supporting tools such as Quant. Analytics is a key component of a traders success and am glad Zerodha is doing what it can in that space…..My specific question today is does any of Zerodha’s platforms currently allow for a “cash linked Future order”….I.e. will I be able to put in a pre-market order that says if Nifty or any stock touches a particular price, immediately buy a future of Nifty or the stock. Simply put, instead of buying in equity segment at a particular price, i want to trigger a futures order at a cash price trigger.
    If not currently available, does the new platform have this feature?
    This is an important feature for a futures trader and i know only of IB that provides this feature. It would be a key differentiator.

    • Prashant, one trigger other is something that we will have on Pi in the future. This will take some time though.

      • prashant.warrier says:

        Thanks Nitin for your quick response…..This responsiveness is what will prompt me along with some others from my trading community to sign up with Zerodha….Afterall, when this is driven from the top, I can expect the team to be as responsive to our needs…..Well done….we appreciate it. and do keep this focus even as you grow with many many more customers….Thank you

  27. ajay says:

    Hi Nitin,
    we are too excited about pi, and eagerly waiting for this tool, when will this be released ?

  28. stock hunter says:

    Hi Nitin,

    Zerodha Pi software Is there scanning facility (equity) like amibroker? Let say Intra day highest %movers or decliners ? or last 180 days highest volume spikers etc??? Is it possible through PI ?? second
    Now Zerodha terminal is have some problem especially if u r login in different time zone countries…we cant get chart update after certain time…Is that problem solved in PI ???

    I appreciate your response


  29. Damymaddy says:

    Hi Nitin nd Zerodha Team,

    Awesome Work guyz..
    Now i can check my Entire history of Trading(money minting Pattern)

  30. D.omprakash says:

    Hi Nitin

    Glad to hear that going to launch PI trading soon. Is there a Indicator itchimoku tool availa

  31. npg says:

    Can we download this to excel or csv format?
    That will still help us further more to derive calculation offline.
    Kindly provide this info. Thanks.

  32. moumita ghosh says:


    I am a user of zerodha trading platform since august this year.My quant was last synced on 01 october 2014 and the latest data in the quant available till 22 october 2014. Since 22 Oct I have made 10 trades till 4 nov 2014, however the data is not updating in the quant. I wrote to admin on friday received no ans. Any issue with the software or is this a localised issue. Quant helps me take informed decision , so pls solve my issue quickly.

  33. I am not able to see any report in quant… Since last 3 days, I get message that “Wait until we fetch your data” !!!

  34. Jeenay Kamdar says:

    Hello ,

    The quant is showing completely wrong data for my account as the pnl shown for month and yearly are completely wrong and the data is stuck at October .. Please advice. Thanks

    Best Regards

  35. ASHOK KUMAR M.K says:

    Hi Team Zerodha:

    I have been a client of Zerodha for the past 2 years. Although, not a great player, feeling extremely happy with your technical service and innovations.Thank you and All the best for your future venture !

  36. Prabhat says:

    Quant has suddenly developed some strange glitch. My realised Profit is suddenly displayed as a wholly inaccurate figure because since day before yesterday it has started recording my buy price for SBI Nov futures as 368.30 (It has not traded anywhere near those levels and my actual average was obviously much lower).

  37. Prabhat says:

    I just realized it has not adjusted prices or quantities post the stock-split of SBIN, can this defect be corrected, it started occurring only day before yesterday, but it’s highly confusing.

  38. Prabhat says:

    Hi, unfortunately, this problem with the splits is still there on the Q P&L.

  39. Neerajakumari says:

    Hi Nitin,
    Wanted to check if you are relesing Pi tomorrow

  40. anna says:

    Whats the difference between folllowing reports in Time based Quant:

    (a) Profitability > Weekly
    (b) Weekly Overview

    Also, following suggested:

    (a) Profitability should be first report in time basd quant. Every thing else flows out of that.
    (b) Profitability data (displayed below graph) can be better presented in tabulated manner. Same is true for all other data displayed below graphs.
    (c) Streaks can be neatly displayed in tabulated manner alongwith profitability data.
    (d) Week days Breakdown – Weeks (Green Rectangle) is not relevant to week dyas breakdonwn and is already covered in Profitability > Weekly.

    Will be posting my comments on Trends and Cotract based quant views subsequently.

    • a. Profitability-weekly, is visually showing your profitability(P&L statement) over the last 1 year + in terms of week. So Oct 1st week,2nd week, Nov 1st week, 2nd week etc.
      b. Weekly overview shows which week of the month (1st, 2nd, etc) overall have you been profitable. As in, your average P&L over the last 1 + year to see if there is any pattern in you making money say 1st week of the month or last.

      Thanks for the feedback.

      • anna says:

        Thanks for clarification …. you may consider providing ‘weekly breakdown’ months wise (just the way you have ‘weekday breakdown’ weekwise for ‘weekday overview’).

  41. Prabhat says:

    Hi, I am not sure if this is the right place to ask/comment, but I just installed PI (Absolutely excellent, and very intuitive trading platform), but I have a request. Is it possible for Q or PI to have an option where records for the same contract in different months are integrated. For position traders who roll their positions over, it is easier if we don’t have to manually add and subtract the same contract for Nov, Dec, Jan etc.

  42. SP says:

    Hi Nithin,

    First of all would like appreciate you for just a great tool to figure out profit and losses however there is some problem in profitability on daily wise Just i was checking and trying to get the daily profitability record what i found some of days profit and losses and not there or missing. so could take this forward and i have already raised two – three time support ticket but there is no response from them.

  43. Bathala Ramana Murthy says:

    Dear Sir,

    I have found some issues with price alert in Zerodha trader. I have logged a ticket #113304 . But still I could not get the solution from your support team. Finally I have reported to the issue to Omnesys technologies also. Please go though it and expedite the solution to the problem.

    Ramana murthy

  44. jayajirao shinde says:

    i forget password of pi how can i recover it?

  45. sabir ali says:

    i m currently using nest chart and amibroker chart . i have rs 500 per crore plan . is there any plan of fixed monthly brokerage for all the segments ? and online web based interactive chart . i like to see moving averages and macd. is there any branch in indore ? plz call 9179829710

  46. Harish says:

    Hi Nithin,
    I am a losing trader since 10 years. But the happiest fact is that the applications which you guys are providing is simply amazing. I love PI, then the Kite and then the quant. You guys rock. These are very powerful tools.

    Couple of request though:
    1. In PI, I cannot have both RSI and EMA of RSI working on hourly chart specially on commodity charts of CRUDE and NATURAL GAS. Can you get this rectified?
    2. In Quant, when you show analytics of by buy/sell on chart, can you please sort the buy and sell signal based on time? As of today it does not differentiate between long and short.

    I am a very tech savvy person and very happy that I chose Zerodha. I would not only use your service for long time but recommend to my friends.

    My Client ID is DH0569. You or your team can call me if you need further clarification.


  47. Respected sir,
    Every things are well and nice. I request you to have the font color in dark color . So that we can read content with out strain. and request make the images legible so that we can see the image well.

  48. TUSHAR says:


    I have started making profits…… 🙂

    KITE………………………….. suits the BEST for my kind of person…………………….”” BUT “”

    I have a very long list of shares in portfolio…………and hence……..badly NEED this “” ONE “” facility


    1) KITE ( HOLDINGS )

    which includes the BEST of features in Q and MORE……

    ( a ) specially a column for showing daily percentage change. ( and facility to ” SORT ” )


    ( b ) facility to ” SORT ” the profit…..from the LONG LIST of HOLDINGS


    I am SURE EVERYBODY will welcome these changes…….&……….MORE

    thanks again……

  49. Rohit Patel says:

    Dear Mr.Kamath
    I am account holder with Zerodha and have one suggestion….for equity trading….
    Please ammend your software to include auto SIP in equity.
    ie. I want to buy 10 RIL shares 10th date of every month.

    I have seen this in IIFL account…

    Please advise and also kindly send me mail on fiven email ID.


  50. SHANKAR says:


    Quant is not getting updated for last 4 days .. Not sure whether this technical issue is at my end or not ..However rest all other options are updated till date including 60 days challenge ..Pls suggest

  51. vinit patil says:

    Their are some serious issues with Q,All the figures shown are ramdom and not related to my trading activities.For example its showing my profit till date is 58 crore and my 60 day challenge is -8 lakh.Many more such examples.Kindly rectify the errors.

    Also their are issues with accounting of weekly bank nifty options.I see that funds post expiry are not added properly to the account funds.I have raised a ticket on this as well, but no response yet.

  52. S L Sawant says:

    I have been member of Zerodha since Feb 2014.
    I am having best support every time from Zerodha Team.
    Thanks for launching great tools like Zerodha pi, Q, Quant etc.


  53. Pavan says:

    Equity curve in Quant is not showing result/graph until current date. It always takes 27th Dec 2015 as last date no matter which option I chose. Any fix for this?

  54. SHIRISH LIMAYE says:


    For past few days I have noticed that Time Analytics data is not refreshed on Q. I can see it only till 24 Jun 2016. Activities after this are not reflected. It show something like it is being synced but remains the same

  55. Bharath says:

    The quant analysis tools are best tools so far seen in markets. But its only on papers. But past some days the Quant analysis tools are not working. Data are not updated. My friends who opened there accounts on Zerodha also found the quant tools not working. They were unsatisfied by first look.
    So asking to please fix these problem. If the problems fixing is in progress, please put up the some message like “data are not reliable, issues being rectified” in front page.

  56. Rajat says:

    Hi, I am not able to see “Equity Curve” in Quant. It is saying “No equity holdings available”. My client id is: PR0379. Need help

  57. vijay says:

    Recent data is not updated . Please do the needful

  58. Sanjeev says:

    Guys, I have opened a new account with Zerodha (though I am not new to market). I heard alot of zeroadha, also you got award recently at ET bootcamp. But looking at some silly thing, I force to write about it. why your quant service is down, even though it is down why don’t you put some message there. I don’t it is big deal to do that. I am sure it is not your engg can’t do that, it is your management who can’t think about impact due to this on your branding which started on right foot but could not maintain it .
    Rather giving focus on expanding business, fix running business. Or don’t give service which you can’t maintain.


  59. gautam bhardwaj says:

    I have an account with a broker who does not provide automated trading,does zerodha provide automated trading .and if it provides which are the cos involved in providing automated trading on zerodha platform

  60. Yogeshwaran says:

    My quant is not showing recent days data. I.e. after march this year. So please resolve this.

  61. Roshan Mathews Thariyan says:


    is the Market Trends report working in Quant, i am not seeing any results . please check and advice.

  62. santosh says:

    Dear Nitin sir,
    Is there any browser mandatory for quant or any minimum time period is required. Hats off to you for these type of inventions in indian market, Please continue it irrespective of useless comments & demotion by some pepole. I am big fan of yours for these type inventions. Those whose are not able to understand these things let them to dip in sea of heavy brokerage charges.

  63. Subhajit Sarkar says:

    my Q-backoffice analytics are not updated and this is happening second time. Earlier I have also complained on this issue. it does not get updated regularly.

  64. Lokesh says:

    Time analysis reports are not getting updated in Q-Back office.

  65. Nagini says:

    these features are not working in my account. Earlier I used to see all these but from a month or so, nothing is visible. All values it shows as zeros, and no charts no statistics are visible. It says no data to display. Whom to contact, can you give an email if your technical or support team??


  66. VIKAS KUMAR says:


    i m facing problem particularly in time based features.always i have to mail to support team for fixing the issue.today again i have mailed for the same.
    earlier it was smooth now at regular interval i used to mail back office guys to solve.

  67. Dhiraj Malviya says:

    Feature not working. everytime I want to check Time based analytics and other things it shows results, ‘Data not found”. this bug need to be fixed.

  68. Dhiraj Malviya says:

    “No data available” what is this?
    everytime I want to check Time based analytics and other things it shows results, “No data available”. whether my investment data not with you?

  69. imran says:

    same here nothing visible no data available in quant

  70. Vishal Vishwakarma says:


    Quant data is not updated from more than 3-4 months may be

  71. Joey says:

    Hi Nithin,

    While Time Analytics is a cool feature to view the profit and loss pattern, it does not take into account the profit and loss after brokerage and other tax related charges. This can be extremely misleading. For instance, Time Analytics show that I made continuous profits for two weeks, while in reality I lost Rs 650 due to trading charges two days in a row in the same week. I wish Time Analytics and all other analytics take this brokerage and tax charges into consideration for displaying analytics. Also, there is no way of knowing the total cost of my transactions (buy and sell) unless the next day (Kite does not update P&L even at 11:40 PM – 10 mins after close of commodity trading hours). While Zerodha provides a brokerage calculator, it is not very effective if you are dealing with a large number of trades.

    Suggestion: Provide a display of estimated charges based on the last trade executed. The key word here is “estimated”. I understand that it is not possible to display real-time actual charges until close of trading day, but an estimate would be a big help.

  72. Chandrashekara says:

    I am small investor from a village from Hassan Dist.for people like us it’s very difficult to understand what and how much we have charged in a trade. Plz put it in a simple and results based instead of making complex. .we like to stay with zerodha thank you

  73. MUKUND says:


  74. Subhajit Sarkar says:

    My details in Quant has not been updated since last October week starting 17th. Please do something

  75. karthick says:

    quant not updating since january. sync button never works. can you please let us know when this will be fixed.

  76. Prabodh Kumar Patel says:

    SYNC is not working

  77. Niketh says:

    Quant is not getting updated from 28-Dec-2016. Please fix this

  78. Niranjan says:

    Hello sir
    I just opened a/c in Zerodha, I like to know whether u give mkt tips to your member

  79. DEEPAK DUBEY says:

    Quant is not getting updated from 26-Dec-2016. I’ve tried to update it by clicking sync button many times. please fix this shortly

  80. Sunil Bhatt says:

    Quant is not able to sync

  81. Murli Dhar Jha says:

    Dear Team,

    I am not able to sync my quant data…..

    pls help me out…


  82. Shubham Gore says:

    Hi Nithin,
    “Sync” button on quants is not working for anyone. Could you or Venu please follow up with technical team to fix it asap. Individually i have mailed this to support@zerodha.com with my client ID but when i checked with my friends they all are also facing the same issue since Dec, 2016.

  83. kishore says:

    sync button is not working plz fix it

  84. minimal05 says:

    i am unable to use this feature of zerodha .. please help and i cannot find sync button on my portal .. My id is ZZ0931

  85. Pavan says:

    Sync is not working …
    It shows Last synced date: 08/11/16…
    Kindly fix this issue ASAP…

  86. nalini m nayak says:

    i am unable to sinC quant NO. DN1071

  87. Kash says:

    Hey Nitin

    Almost everyone is having sync issues since the beginning of 2017. Its been so long since this issue is being reported by so many users. Considering that Zerodha boasts of the being a top notch technology broker its a little funny that you guys havent been able to fix such a simple issue for the last two months.

  88. kumar says:

    Hi there is a problem with Sync in quant when will it be rectified!!!

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