The first step to investing in a smallcase is finding a smallcase that's right for you. There are no recommendations given on which smallcase you should buy. Instead, you can use narrow down on a smallcase with the help of various collections or using the filtering & sorting options that are available. 

In the Spotlight & Most Popular

  • The featured and the Newly introduced smallcases will be shown up in the Spotlight. 
  • The Most Popular collection consists of the most bought smallcases in the past week.

All Collections

If you're looking for different ideas, collections can be a great way to start. A collection is a group of smallcases that have a common thread running through them. A Featured Collection is one that is either trending currently or newly introduced. 

 The various collections available are:

  • Value investing
  • Growth investing
  • Government Reforms
  • Long Term
  • Dividends & income
  • Sector Trackers
  • Smart Beta smallcases
  • ETF smallcases
  • Budget 2019

Discover by Type

By tapping on See all smallcases > you will be able to filter / sort the smallcases based on the smallcase types / risk levels / sorting options. 

The option to filter and Sort is available in the bottom of the page by going to See All smallcases.

When you click on a smallcase, you can view more about the smallcase - the rationale behind it, how it is created, its past performance & the constituents

Filter & Sort

By clicking on 'All smallcases' in the Discover section, you will be able to see the option to 'sort and filter' at the bottom. 

You can filter all smallcases by:

  1. Minimum investment amount ranges (below ₹5,000, ₹5,000-₹10,000, ₹10,000-₹20,000 or above ₹20,000) 
  2. Type (Thematic, Model-based, Sector Trackers or Smart Beta)
  3. Risk Levels > High, Low and Moderate


You can sort smallcases by latest, popularity, recently rebalanced, Past 1Y Return, CAGR and Min. Investment. You also have the option to reverse the order in which the smallcases are displayed

If you’re looking to find new smallcases, you also have the option to hide invested smallcases.

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