Hey everyone! What are you planning to do with your funds/stocks after SEBI’s recent rule for Multicap funds to have minimum 25% each in midcap and small cap stocks? Discussions related to this welcome in the comments!

  • Exit some of my multicap/large cap funds :running_woman:
  • Buy some midcap/smallcap funds/stocks :partying_face:
  • Both a & b :running_woman:t2: :partying_face:
  • Do nothing as fund managers will figure it out themselves :tipping_hand_woman:t2:
  • Don’t know enough to take any decision :woman_shrugging:t2:
  • Have an advisor - he/she will figure it out for me :superhero:

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Bizarre move by SEBI, even the multicap index Nifty 500 just has 5% weightage to small caps. Also, SBI Small Cap, one of the largest small cap funds, has stopped taking fresh lumpsums since Sep 7 indicating lack of investment opportunities in the smallcap space.

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This will certainly make my portfolio riskier, so I’ll wait for the advisor to assess this and maybe make new recommendations more suited to my risk profile.

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It all depends on risk appetite. for a long term investor, it is a good move to have allocations to different segments of the market instead of heavily concentrated on large caps.

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