DSP BlackRock is a joint venture between the 150 year old Indian financial firm, DSP Group and the world’s largest investment management firm, BlackRock. They are one of the premier asset management companies in India, and have a track record of 20 years of creating wealth for their clients and partners. The firm was known as DSP Merrill Lynch till 2008, when the name was changed to DSP BlackRock, to reflect the business realignment with BlackRock’s takeover of Merrill Lynch’s investment management division across the world. In one of our previous videos, we had talked about One Small-Cap Stock where DSP Blackrock was steadily buying shares. Today we have brought along news for you of a new entrant to DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund's small-cap list. At the time of publishing, the stock still has a market-cap of 207 Crores (Approx), and it being an undiscovered name is pretty sparsely owned.
For the purpose of this video we have classified small-caps as stocks where market capitalization ranges between 200 and 2000 Crores. These companies offer a greater chance of capital appreciation, while also coming with a greater amount of risk attached to them. Over the years investments in small caps have created an enormous amount of wealth for the proponents of small-cap investing. 3 of the well known investors in India who have excelled at small-cap investing are Porinju Veliyath, Anil Kumar Goel and Shankar Sharma, all of whom have built a size-able fortune out of their investments in small-caps.
Please watch the video below for the name of the company, and other details which can enable you to take a smart financial decision about the future prospects of the company
Please remember small-cap investing is an extremely risky initiative, and factors in a very high risk of capital depreciation. With such a large chunk of shares in the portfolio of these marquee investors, institutions and mutual funds, any buy or sell action on their part may significantly impact the price of the stock on the exchanges. Please exercise extreme caution and perform the highest level of due-diligence while dealing in risk based assets. Additionally it being not yet a profit making company, the need for extra precaution goes up manifold. The prudent strategy to follow would be to add it your watch-list and monitor the price movements prior to taking any buy or sell action relating to the stock.
Standard Disclaimer :: The information in this article has been compiled from freely available information on the internet. None of the stocks mentioned here should be considered as recommendations to buy, and one must consult their financial advisor prior to acting on any of the information presented herewith. None of the stocks mentioned in the article and the associated video above, find a place in the portfolio of the creators of the Video and the article.
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In one of our previous videos we had talked about a new smallcap addition to Porinju Veliyath's Portfolio. Today we have brought along news for you of a new entrant to Porinju's smallcap