Is there a case for mid-cap stocks?

The May massacre may give reason to be wary, but there seems to be a lot of action left in them

by Indranil Deb – DNA Money

Recent reports in the media have been somewhat critical of fund managers – pointing out that mutual funds have missed the upside of the recent bull-run that pushed the Sensex to its all-time high. Reportedly, out of the aggregate assets under management of around Rs 1 lakh crore earmarked for equity, funds were sitting on cash to the extent of 15%, or Rs 15,000 crore.

But, why have MFs failed to capitalise on the bull-run? The fund manager could well be the proverbial scapegoat. But, to be fair, the fund manager cannot entirely be faulted for treading this path of caution.

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