Difference between small cap, mid cap, large cap



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 Hello friends, welcome to the world of the share market.  Today, in the time of epidemic, inflation is at its peak, due to which we have to face a lot of problems in living.  The world is facing unemployment.  You can earn a lot of money sitting at home by learning the stock market.

 Today we will talk about the next topic which is one of the important topics of the share market.

 Today we will talk about what is a small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap?

 Please tell that the capital itself is called cap in short.


 All the companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange, both the stock exchanges of the Indian stock market, have been divided into three parts on the basis of market cap.

 It is also divided in the same way in the global stock market.

 .  small cap


 .  mid cap


 .  large-cap


 * small-cap


 A small-cap is a company whose work area is small, developing, we can say that the company whose market capitalization is from 100 crores to 1000 crores.  All those companies come under the small-cap category.


 You can identify a good small-cap company and take shares, we can identify a good small-cap company in such a way that the promoters holding should be 51% or more, there should be no pledge, the number of shares is stable, profit every year  25% or more, the company should not have more debt, foreign investor and domestic investor should also take shares of this company.

 This proves that the company is good.


 3I INFOTECH, AARTI DRUGS, ADANI GREEN ENERGY, 5 PAISA CAPITAL LTD,

 AGRO TECH FOOD, AFFLE INDIA, ADITYA BIRLA MONEY LTD, ALKYL AMINES CHEMICAL LTD ETC


 * mid-cap


 Mid-cap is such a company whose working area is neither big nor small, it is more developing than small-cap, whose company's market capitalization is from 1000 crores to 10000 crores.  All those companies fall in the mid-cap category.


 You can take shares of a mid-cap company because the mid-cap company is better than the small-cap company.  Its growth rate is much better than the small-cap company, due to which the annual income is also good.


 Its promoter's holding should be 51% or more, there should be no pledge, the number of shares should be stable, profit should be 20-25 percent every year.


 RELIANCE POWER, TATA POWER, INDIAN HOTEL, RELIANCE CAPITAL, ADANI POWER, RBL BANK, RELIANCE INFRA, BANK OF INDIA,


 * large-cap


 A large-cap is a company whose work area is very large, it develops, whose market capitalization is 10000 crores or more.  All those companies fall in the large-cap category and are also called large-cap shares.

 Must take shares of the large-cap company.  In this too, you should analyze and take it because not every large-cap company is good, you should check the balance sheet only.


 Even in a large-cap company, the promoter holding should be 51% or more, the pledge is negligible, its growth rate is low because the large-cap is a developed company.


 Explain that there is more risk in a small-cap company, a little less risk in a mid-cap company, and negligible risk in a large-cap company.  Whatever be the share, you take it only after analyzing it.

INFOSYS, WIPRO, TATA, HDFC LTD, BHARTI AIRTEL, EICHER MOTOR, COAL INDIA, MARUTI SUZUKI, SBI, TCS, ETC

 thank you

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