We are on a mission to change how India invests. smallcases
are a simple & easy way to invest in ready-made stock/ETF portfolios. Created by SEBI-licensed experts, smallcases are stocks/ETFs baskets based on a theme, model or strategy. They help you build a diversified, low-cost, long-term portfolio in 2 clicks.
Join a community of 4,00,000+ investors by logging in with your broker account. Whether you are a new investor, a Mutual Fund investor or a share market investor, there is a smallcase for you. Just download the smallcase app and get started with investing in the Indian share market.
All smallcases are created by SEBI-licensed professionals.
Choose from over 50+ investment ideas:* thematic
- long-term themes like growing middle class, rising rural demand, increasing internet penetration, affordable housing, electric mobility, smart cities, GST, incredible India* model-based
- investing strategies like growth, value, income/dividends, momentum, Benjamin Graham’s investment philosophy* sectoral
- IT, banking, pharma, metals, media* holdings-based
- Mutual Funds(MF), Venture Capital(VC), Private Equity (PE) holdings
or create & customize your own smallcase.
Explore curated collections of smallcases:Ideal for New InvestorsETF smallcasesLong Term investingGovernment reforms
✔️Discover ideas 💡
Choose from several intelligently-weighted portfolios of stocks/shares
& ETFs (smallcases) that reflect trending market themes, ideas & strategies.
✔️Start investing in seconds 🚀
In just 2 clicks, smallcase is the easiest way to buy a portfolio
of stocks and track & manage it separately from your other holdings. Buy smallcases based on ideas you believe in & are bullish on.
✔️Track & Manage on the go ⚙
See how your smallcases are performing with index values set for each smallcase. Invest more, start a Systematic investment plan (SIP)
, rebalance, exit, add or remove stocks in 2 clicks while on the move.
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