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Smallcap and Midcap Investing Demystified: Insights from Nooresh Merani

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Smallcap & Midcap investing has always been an attraction for everyone. But with thousands of companies to track, how do you choose 

  • What are the factors that need to be considered when investing in mid and small-cap companies? 
  • Does investing in mid and small-caps involve higher risks and volatility?
  • How can you manage these risks and volatility?
  • How do smallcap and midcap companies perform across different market cycles?
  • How much returns can you actually get by investing in midcap and smallcap companies?
  • How important is timing the market?
  • Is stock picking the ultimate skill required to earn great returns?
  • Should you have a concentrated or diversified mid and smallcap portfolio to generate alpha and outperform the indexes?
  • When should you get aggressive in the markets?
  • Should you always remain invested?

Well to get answers to these burning investor questions and more, we have Nooresh Merani, a SEBI registered research analyst who specialises in mid and smallcap investing and has successfully generated alpha for over 15+ years in the markets.

In the below series of videos, Nooresh shares

Why you should invest in mid & smallcap companies

When Should You Invest in mid & smallcap companies ?

Checklist he uses to shortlist companies to invest in.

Bottoming out patterns he looks for

How he checks if a bear market is bottoming out

When does he get out of Small caps?

How he trades charts & patterns

Some practical case studies

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  • Companies with decent fundamentals and avoiding the terrible ones.
  • Fundamental themes and sector rotation.
  • Initiation of entry on the basis of Technical Breakouts, Relative Strength & Themes.
  • Low Churn.
  • Equal Weights assigned to each stock to start with and every time he removes or adds a stock, the smallcase is rebalanced to equal weight.
  • Staying fully invested across cycles unless his BSE Smallcap/Nifty model suggests way too much froth. 

The smallcase has generated returns of 39.49% in the last 1 year!

Data as of 16 March 2023

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