About the smallcase
Growth companies experiencing positive earnings growth and having a reasonable margin of safety, while growing at a rate faster than the overall economy
- Generally, growth companies have a lot of investment opportunities to reinvest their earnings and not pay dividends. Fast growing business and rising earnings allow them to command high valuations
- But, everything has a fair price and irrespective of the quality of the product, one should never overpay. This rule is applicable in the case of growth companies as well
- Such companies are good investment opportunities, however because of their high valuations, it is difficult to judge whether they are fairly priced
- This smallcase is a collection of companies experiencing earnings growth and, witnessing margin improvement.
- In addition, only the companies experiencing increasing return on capital, and available at justifiable valuations are selected
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Past Performance vs
Apr 4, 2016
Note: All performance graphs & numbers are calculated using only the live data and includes rebalances. Past performance doesn't include cost or guarantee future returns.