Smallcap stocks have been all the rage recently and CJ has dug out two stocks that should be on investors' radar. Plus catch Santo, who has compiled a list of stocks where bears will hunt for gains in the coming weeks.
BSE Midcap from its June low advanced 19 percent, while BSE Smallcap climbed 20.04 percent, outperforming Sensex and Nifty which gained 15 percent each since
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Some smallcap stocks held by actively managed mutual funds have risen by as much as 113% in the last six months even though the Nifty Smallcap 100 has fallen by 22% so far this year. Watch this video to know which smallcap stocks, that are actively managed by mutual funds, have yielded 113% returns in a volatile market.
So far this year, the Nifty Smallcap 100 has fallen by 22 percent; the Nifty 50 by 7 percent, Nifty Midcap 100 by 8 percent and Nifty Microcap 250 by 6 percent. But not all small-cap stocks lost money
With commodity prices easing and rural sentiment turning positive, the Nifty Midcap and Nifty Smallcap indices have seen a rally. The indices have risen nearly 7 percent and 4 percent, respectively, in July 2022.
AMFI data shows that sector and theme funds added close to 50 lakh new investor accounts over the last two years, highest among active equity oriented funds
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Post the US fed meeting yesterday, the S&P BSE Sensex has fallen by more than 800 points today morning. If your investments are near your goals, take some money off the table, advises one expert. Corporate earnings are showing improvement now, and this bodes well for the markets, says another expert.
Many of these stocks are microcaps and fund managers managed to identify them early
Investors should remain cautious in the small and midcap space since smart money seems to be moving towards largecaps. Be stock-specific, advise experts.
We look for companies having positive Operating Cash Flow (OCF) in at least 7 out of the last 10 years, unlike profit numbers OCF does not take into account one-time transactions that can inflate the profit numbers.
Experts say investors with long-term portfolios can look at increasing allocation towards large-caps as outperformance in the small and midcap space will now be a factor of earnings growth
Nifty Bank and Financial Service sectors look attractive at the moment. Both the sectors have broken out of a long consolidation phase resuming their uptrends.
We believe capital goods, infrastructure, and realty stocks may do well in coming years as Capital Goods and Infra sectors are coming out of 14 years of vanvas and the Nifty Realty index is breaking out 10 years of consolidation.
Valuations are frothy across small and midcap stocks. It is in the investor’s best interest to follow the earnings growth and look for stocks that have delivered superior financial performance in Q1FY22, says Kavalireddi
IPOs too get a lot of traction when the economy is ripe with liquidity and private players or promoters look for an exit, sometimes at unreasonable valuations, says Shah.
This is the time to pick good stocks and be patient; it will be rewarded in the coming three or four months, say Sharma
According to technical analysts, the Gabriel India stock is poised to advance to Rs 185, an upside of about 30 percent
Stocks that rallied more than 50% since June 22 include names like Welspun India, Titagarh Wagons, IIFL Securities, Angel Broking, Dolat Investment, Indo Count Industries, Tejas Networks, and Ajmera Realty, etc. among others.
Markets have more than doubled over the past 15-months, suggesting that a lot of positives have already been discounted into the price, says Chinchalkar
Rollover of Nifty stood at 82.76%, which is higher than its quarterly average of 76.06%. The high rollover figure is mainly due to the low base of open interest, says Kothari.
The Nifty midcap 100 and Nifty smallcap indices were up 4-5 percent in June compared to about a percent rise in the Nifty. Most schemes that outperformed them are from the small, midcap or multicap space
Weak global cues, rich valuation of the market and concerns over rising COVID cases are weighing on market sentiment
Godrej Properties, DLF, Prestige, and Indiabulls Real Estate are looking good. The chart pattern indicates that we can expect the momentum to continue and further higher levels are likely for real estate stocks, says Palviya.