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Small-caps are better placed than the 2013 situation. Returns may follow soon.

Small caps are high-risk and high-returns. Value investors can find great ideas as the current valuations are low. Some of these stocks are already discovered and moving up on momentum.
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Small-caps are like sharks. If they don’t move forward, they die. In January 2020, ICICI Prudential Asset Management’s executive director S Naren, in an interview to The Economic Times, said the share of small-caps in the overall market cap had fallen to 8%. The trend was similar in 2013. Small-caps were offering a better
an independent analyst. Small-cap investing in India has given good returns. But the trick is to get out of these stocks or funds at the right time as they are super-sensitive to macro events. Again, they may rise faster than the large-caps, but also fall faster. It’s a risky ride. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)
Small-caps are like sharks. If they don’t move forward, they die. In January 2020, ICICI Prudential Asset Management’s executive director S Naren, in an interview to The Economic Times, said the share of small-caps in the overall market cap had fallen to 8%. The trend was similar in 2013. Small-caps were offering a better an independent analyst. Small-cap investing in India has given good returns. But the trick is to get out of these stocks or funds at the right time as they are super-sensitive to macro events. Again, they may rise faster than the large-caps, but also fall faster. It’s a risky ride. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)

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