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Namrata commented on 26 Oct 2018, 03:31 PM

Hi Varun,

smallcases are similar to mutual funds in concept since they’re both portfolios of stocks, but come with greater transparency and flexibility. Some of the differences are as follows:

– transparent & customizable (you buy the stocks into your account directly vs buying units of the fund)
– liquid (no lock-ins, value changes during the market hours)
– more cost effective (only flat fees)
– can capture a lot more use-cases (GST, rural demand, increasing internet penetration, different strategies for growth, value, momentum, dividends etc)

Like mutual funds, you can buy a smallcase and set up SIP to invest more regularly. If you need any help with this, write to us at [email protected]

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