About Us

Deepak Mohoni, founder of Trendwatch (India)

This site brings you curated news and analysis which would be particularly meaningful for equity investors. The site is run by Trendwatch India, and the news items are hand-picked by Deepak Mohoni with a focus on anticipating future trends and developments. Many of these posts will be items of importance, missed out on the front pages of mainstream media.

Trendwatch (India) Private Limited develops cutting-edge software and analysis for investors and traders. The company was founded by market analyst and software developer Deepak Mohoni in 1996.

Trendwatch also provides a high-integrity historical prices database for the Indian stock market, and conducts workshops on demand. Several new products providing information and analysis for long-term investors as well as short-term traders are currently in the pipeline.

Trendwatch has held workshops for ICICI Securities, DSP Merrill, Kotak Securities, Motilal Oswal and others, besides over 150 workshops for individual traders and investors.

The company's founder Deepak Mohoni (B. Tech. IIT Kanpur, MBA - IIM Calcutta) is a well-known market analyst and software developer, and has decades of experience in both.

Deepak popularised the use of technical analysis with his pioneering columns in the Economic Times and Business World. He coined the word "sensex" and used it for the first time in his column in the Business World of Sep 13-26 in 1989.

He developed software as an independent consultant for Burroughs Corporation (now Unisys) in the Netherlands and the UK before returning to India and writing his market columns.

He has appeared on almost all the Indian business TV channels including ET Now, CNBC TV18, BTVi, BBC, NDTV Profit, Zee Business, Aaj Tak, Star TV and Doordarshan. His views on the market have been sought by several business newspapers and magazines. He has also been interviewed by foreign newspapers including the Financial Times of London and Asahi Shimbun of Japan. He wrote a weekly column in the "Investor Guide" section of the Economic Times.