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How do smallcases work?
How do smallcases work?

Portfolio investing made easy with smallcases

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Written by Rahul Satish
Updated over a week ago

There are 3 parts to understanding this:

1. Investing

You invest in a smallcase by using funds in your broker account. You can either start a SIP or do a lump-sum investment. All invested smallcase constituents will be added to your Demat account.

2. Tracking

You can track your invested smallcase's performance, and dividends and evaluate your portfolio under Investments. You can see details of every stock so you know where your money is at all times.

3. Managing

You have complete control over your investment. You can add, edit or remove any stock from your smallcase anytime. You can also see & review rebalance updates, edit your SIP, etc., from your Investments.

๐Ÿ’ก Good to know: There are no lock-in periods in smallcases. Like stocks, you can sell them whenever you want. We only support stocks/ETFs listed on NSE.

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