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Big Triggers For Small-Caps

Big Triggers For Small-Caps

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The year 2020 has been a great one for those investors who have shown a preference for broader markets. The overwhelming performance of small-caps aided by SEBI's guidance of reshuffling of multi-cap mutual funds has triggered interest in small-caps afresh. Geyatee Deshpande analyses the performance of smallcaps while Yogesh Supekar shares why it makes sense to allocate more capital to small-caps in the current environment

 

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