Fascinating triple-digit returns of up to 180 per cent in small cap mutual funds and up to 102 per cent in mid caps are attracting many investors. However, they must be aware of the risk involved in these categories before investing. What should be the strategy for a new investor to get into mid and small cap funds now? What should existing investors do? Is it time for them to book their returns, or should they stay invested in these categories for further gains? Sunil Subramaniam, Managing Director, Sundaram Asset Management guides new as well as existing investors on their investment strategies in mid and small caps. “Investors outlook in terms of time frame should decide whether they stay in small and mid caps,” he says. As per Subramaniam, those who have their goals in 12 to 18 months, must move out their money to short-term debt funds. Watch the video for details.
Is it the right time to invest in mid and small cap funds for triple-digit returns?
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