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Is smallcase risk-free?

The smallcase has a far superior risk-reward ratio than the Nifty Index, Nifty 100 Index, and ETFs and is ideally suited for long-term passive investing.

Is investing in a smallcase a good idea?

Smallcases are just baskets of stocks purchased and handled together. Because you will eventually possess them in single stock format, the same taxation guidelines that apply to stocks apply to smallcases.

How do I pick the best smallcase?

There are a few things you can do to help you make your way through the process of selecting smallcases: Search for smallcases by name, manager name, or investment approach. Experiment with filters such as volatility, minimum investment amount, investment techniques, and so on. Sort your filtered smallcases by popularity, min.

Is smallcase cheaper than mutual funds?

Smallcase investments have no hidden charges and are much less expensive than mutual funds. Mutual funds reveal the equities in their portfolios at a predetermined period, whereas individual investors can see and control their investments immediately after investing.

What is the benefit of smallcase?

There is no exit load associated with Smallcases. When you invest in a Smallcase, the securities are directly credited to your Demat account. Since there is no exit load on selling shares, exiting Smallcases also does not involve any charge.

What is the advantage of smallcase?

Smallcases charges are quite nominal the amount (0.2%) at the time of performing the transaction. smallcase investments carry no hidden costs and are a significantly cheaper option than mutual funds. Mutual funds disclose the stocks in the portfolio at a fixed time.

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