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Can Small Cap Mutual Fund Deliver Big Returns in 2024?

Issue 131, Weekly Wealth Newsletter: 26th Feb 2024 – 4th March 2024

The fascination of investors in India for small caps seems to be unending. The optimism about India's economic prospects, smaller companies participating in India's growth story, the remarkable outperformance of the small-cap indices, the kind of returns generated, and increased investor awareness are some of the key factors behind the inflows into Small Cap Mutual Funds.
Seeing this performance, it is important to have Small Cap Participation in your Portfolio, at the same time when Small Cap Benchmark itself has delivered 37% of CAGR for last 3 years, these kinds of returns are difficult in the coming days.

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Weekly Market Update

  • Domestic equity markets rose for the second consecutive week as key benchmark indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 rose 0.99% and 0.78% respectively

  • The rally in the market was broad-based as the mid-cap segment and the small-cap segment also closed the week in green.

  • Domestic rose during the week following the improvement in PMI Services flash data of Feb 2024 from Eurozone along with impressive earning report from a major U.S. tech company.

  • Sentiments were boosted after PMI flash data of Feb 2024 for both manufacturing and services activities increased for the domestic economy. However, rising U.S. Treasury yields along with growing tensions in the Middle East, restricted the gains.

  • On the BSE Sectoral front, S&P BSE Realty experienced gain of 4.07% supported by positive sentiments by the investors in anticipation of growth in the sector.

  • S&P BSE Oil & Gas fell 1.92% during the week as investors preferred to book profits to accumulate the gains from recent rally

Mutual Fund Corner

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Flexi Cap Fund : The fund has 87.21% investment in domestic equities of which 29.63% is in Large Cap stocks, 16.81% is in Mid Cap stocks, 27.38% in Small Cap stocks. The fund has 4.89% investment in Debt, of which 4.89% in Government securities

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Stock of the Week


CMP – 1022

Target –  1200 ( In 6 – 12 Months Time Frame)

  • CICI Bank is a Second largest private sector bank in India offering a diversified portfolio of financial products and services to retail, SME and corporate customers. The Bank has an extensive network of branches, ATMs and other touch-points.

  • Strong Long Term Fundamental Strength with Tier 1 Capital Adeqacy Ratio of 16.76%

  • Healthy long term growth as Net profit has grown by an annual rate of 63.01%

  • The company has declared Positive results for the last 21 consecutive quarters

  • High Institutional Holdings at 90.16%

  • With ROA of 2.2, it has a Fair valuation with a 3.2 Price to Book Value
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