Can I get recommendations for smallcases?
However, you would be notified when a particular smallcase theme or model has played out.
Finding a smallcase that's right for you can be done easily using:
- Filter & Sort - From the 'All smallcases' tab in the Discover page, you can filter & sort smallcases based on various parameters such as minimum investment, returns, etc, to find one that's right for you.
- Collections - From the 'Explore' tab in the Discover page, you can browse currently trending smallcases, most popular smallcases and all collections.
Note: As of now, only NSE stocks can be added to smallcases while creating, managing or customizing.
Does Smart Investor give Intraday recommendations?
No. Smart Investor provides recommendations only for equity stock delivery. It recommends only for long term and not for short term. It does not recommend for derivatives as well. The frequency of recommendation is totally based on market and stock ...
Does Swing trader give any intraday recommendations?
No. It has a positional call for a period of 2 to 20 days. It does not recommend for derivatives as well. The frequency of recommendation is totally based on market and stock movements. However, in a week at least 8 to 10 stocks are recommended. ...
Are the returns guaranteed for smallcases and Is there a lock-in period for smallcases?
No, with smallcases - you're essentially buying stocks which are exposed to market risks. Investing in market instruments involves risks and investments may lose value. Also, the returns shown for smallcases are the historical returns. Smallcases ...
What are the charges and taxes for smallcases?
There's a flat fee of Rs. 20/stock applicable when you transact in smallcases - this includes, buy, invest more, manage, rebalance, SIP, partial exit and whole exit orders. There are no charges for simply viewing or watchlisting smallcases; you are ...
Do I get dividends on fractional shares?
Yes, you get dividends on fractional shares. Please note: If the dividend amount is less than a cent then you are not eligible for the same. Also, please note that the companies declaring the dividend have their own terms and conditions as well for ...