Top Performing Smallcases of the Year

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The article by moneycontrol highlights the top-performing smallcases in the Indian market over the past year. smallcases are model portfolios created by SEBI registered professionals based on different themes or strategies. One of the top performing smallcase for 2021 to 2022 year is the Wright Momentum smallcase by Wright Research ,

    • This is a high risk equity strategy to participate in high momentum stocks with a check for volatility. This strategy is specifically built to take advantage of the bull market.
    • This is a multi stock portfolio of 20-25 stocks selected from the top 300 universe
    • The underlying equity themes consist of selecting high quality stocks with high momentum and low volatility.

    These smallcases follow strategies such as investing in small and mid-cap stocks with great potential, venture capital-style investments in small listed companies, and exposure to capital providers and enablers for infrastructure development. Other strategies include small-cap growth based on predictive analytics, high momentum stocks with low volatility, and systematic selection of quality smallcap stocks with positive momentum trends.

    The smallcases are managed by various firms such as Wright Research. Each smallcase focuses on specific market segments, such as small-cap, mid-cap, or large-cap stocks. These top-performing smallcases have provided significant returns, showcasing the success of their respective strategies in the Indian market.

    Read the full article here on moneycontrol.

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