How To Distribute In Large Cap, Mid Cap And Small Cap

Podcast Duration: 05:01
Stock market mein losses kam karne ki bahut saare options hain - one such option is to distribute your investments wisely between large cap, mid cap and small cap funds.

Each option makes it's own promise - chahe large cap stocks ho, ya mid cap, or even small cap stocks, all have excellent benefits… and also drawbacks.

Cap refers to market capitalisation maane the number of stocks held by other investors (shareholders). Basically, large cap companies ke zyaada stocks doosre investors ke pass rehte hain.

Jin companies ke market capitalisation rupees 5000 crore se kam rehte hain, un companies ko small cap kehte hain. You might face difficulty gathering enough information about these companies.

Companies jis ke market capitalisation 5000 crores to 20,00 crores hai in he kehte hain mid cap companies. Thoda research karne se aapko in companies ke baare me kai jankariya mil sakti hai.

Large cap companies are usually well-known yaani reputed… popular… in ke market capitalisation 20,000 karod se zyaada hota hai.

Ab dekh lete hain large cap, mid cap aur small cap stocks ke individual characteristics.

Hum teen parameters observe kar ke differentiate kar lenge.

Chalo start karte hai risk se.

Large cap companies have often been in business for a long time. Well established rehte hai. As a result, in companies ke stocks mein risk kam rehta hai.

Mid cap companies as the name suggests offer medium risk.

Small cap funds refer to either small or newer. .. or both smaller and newer… companies. Yaha pe risk zyaada rehta hain.

Availability of shares, jisse kehte hai liquidity.

Large cap companies ke shares are available in large quantities. Stock market ke language mein bola jaye tho: in stocks ke liquidity zyaada hote hain.

Midcap stock shares are available less abundantly than large cap stocks but are still fairly liquid.

Small cap companies ki shares bahut kam rehti hain yaani ke liquidity kam rehti hain.

- Volatility vs stability
Large cap stocks zyaada stable rehte hain, meaning unke volatility kam hain. Mid cap stocks show enough volatility to deliver good profits in the short term but aren't extremely volatile. Small cap stocks are extremely volatile. Waise volatile environment mae acha profits milna asaan hain. Lekin kuch losses bhi ho sakta hai so be very careful.

Yuh sab sun ke aap soch rahe honge ki mid cap stocke hi le lete hain. Safe bhi hain - after all risks kam hai. Aur volalitity yaani ki profits milne ki chance bhi zyaada hai.

Lekin agar itna asaan hota to, sab karodpathi ban jate .

Asal mein, if you only opt for mid cap stocks you miss out on the stability of long term stocks. You also miss out on the confidence that comes from knowing ke aapko long term mein profits milnewala ho. Similarly small cap stocks ko ignore kar ke you will be losing out on the large profits that can be reaped with small cap funds.

Mera recommendation ye hai ki aap small cap, mid cap aur large cap funds me se kai stocks chun ke, apne portfolio mein teeno ko include karo. Iss se aapko short term aur long term profitability, dono milega. Apke overall risk bhi kam ho jaegae.

Apko iss podcast mein discuss liye hue points ke hishab se khud decide karna padega ki aapko kaisa ratio chahiye. Yeh aapko apne risk appetite aur profit targets ke hishab se decide karna hoga.

Yaad rakhiye ki jaldi profits pana hai to risk bhi zyaada lena padega. Agar aapko immediate profits chahiye toh it can make sense to increase the ratio of small cap funds. Agar aapko near future mein profits mein profits banane ki zaroorat hain toh mid cap stocks ka ratio badha do. Is option mein aapke investment mae risk thoda kam rahega. And obviously agar aapko koi rush nahi hain and you can reap profits whenever they come phir large cap. Kya iss option mein 0% risk hai? Sorry boss but market risks exist across stocks whether they are large cap, mid cap or small cap.

Aap soch rahe honge ki aapko kaise pata chalega ki kaun kaunse stocks large cap ho… ya mid cap… ya small cap. Actually stops pe aisha labels nahi rehta hai. Aapko iss podcast ke start mein diye hue information se khud recognize karna padega… yaad rakhiye… main asaan formula to remember batata hu: rs 5,000 to Rs 20,000 crore market cap companies are mid cap. Anything less is small cap and anything more is large cap.

I hope you are ready aur maine aapke liye yeh concept simple bana diya. Angel Broking app pe aapko milega a good mix of large, small and mid cap funds. Iske saath aapko milega stock graphs and indicators that can be utilized to make a smart decision on what stocks to buy. Expert advice bhi mil sakte ho.

To ab wo samay aa gaya hai dosto , its time to mix it up.