The first step to investing with smallcase is finding your smallcases. We don't recommend or suggest which smallcase you should buy, we have instead designed simple ways to search for the smallcase that you should buy

Filter & Sort

On the Discover page here, you can see all smallcases sorted by the date they were launched (latest first). You can filter all smallcases by type (Thematic, Model-based, Sector Trackers) or by minimum investment amount ranges (below ₹5,000, ₹5,000-₹10,000, ₹10,000-₹20,000 or above ₹20,000)

You can also sort all the smallcases by different parameters like returns (1 year or 1 month), minimum investment amount or last rebalanced date

Also, search for keywords to find your smallcase. This searches across the smallcase names, overview, rationale & segments

When you click on a smallcase, you can view more about the smallcase - what it is about, the rationale behind it, how it is created, its past performance & the stocks in it along with their weights 

You can also enter a stock you're looking for, in the search bar, to see which smallcases it is present in

Collections
If you're looking for different ideas, collections can be a great way to start.
A collection is a group of smallcases that have a common thread running through them 

Check it out here

When you click on a smallcase, you can view more about the smallcase - what it is about, the rationale behind it, how it is created, its past performance & the stocks in it along with their weights 

Newswire
smallcases are based on ideas, events, news and changes around you. Newswire is a great way to find smallcases that are impacted by different news, and see how the smallcase has performed since the news

You can also filter news stories based on whether they impact different types of smallcases or what is the recent news for smallcases in your watchlist

Check it in action here

When you click on a smallcase, you can view more about the smallcase - what it is about, the rationale behind it, how it is created, its past performance & the stocks in it along with their weights


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