A smallcase is a basket of stocks/ETFs that reflects an idea/strategy. For example, The Electric Mobility smallcase is made up of companies that are expected to benefit from growth in the electric vehicles ecosystem. 

Characteristics of a smallcase:

  • A basket of stocks/ETFs
  • Weights assigned to the constituents
  • Maximum no. of constituents - 50
  • Centred around a market theme/idea/strategy
  • Long-term investments
  • Tied to relatable themes/ideas
  • Each smallcase has a unique minimum amount
  • Direct ownership - shares credited to your demat account

smallcases are centred around:

  • A trending market theme like electric mobility or 
  • A financial model like zero debt or
  • A specific sector like IT, Pharma, etc

The smallcases platform is the easiest way to invest in portfolios of stocks for the long-term. You can choose a smallcase based on a theme that you are positive on, invest in it in 3 clicks and track & manage multiple portfolios seamlessly. 

smallcases aren't a means of recommending or advising investors. Choosing a smallcase is upto each individual. 

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