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Geojit Financial Services launches platform for small, mid-cap portfolio

Brokerage Geojit Financial Services has launched a new platform to offer a portfolio of small and mid-cap stocks selected on the basis of behavioural finance and thus having higher return potential

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Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

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Brokerage has launched a new platform to offer a portfolio of small and mid-cap stocks selected on the basis of behavioural finance and thus having higher return potential.

The new platform called Lotusdew Prestige offers a basket of stocks that uses behavioural finance and AI to identify dominant market conviction using unconventional methods like M&A analysis, earning surprises, order book wins, dividends, stock splits to spot small and mid-cap stocks, the company said in a statement.

The new basket will have 80 per cent small-cap and the rest will be mid-cap covering several high-growth sectors such as pharma, software and consumer lending, among others.

Geojit said the new platform will be part of the its existing Smartfolios platform, and follows a tie up with Lotusdew, a Sebi and American SEC regulated entity.

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First Published: Tue, February 16 2021. 02:13 IST
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