In the table below you will find important data on Top Mid Cap Companies Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio etc. Look for Green and Orange companies for investing. Bookmark this page for your easy reference in future.
The appealing feature of mid cap companies as far as investors are concerned is that they offer higher growth as compared to large cap stocks and lower volatility than small cap stocks. Mid cap stocks provide a good diversification to an investor’s portfolio.
The NIFTY Mid Cap 100 Index has all companies from NIFTY Mid Cap 50 and the remaining 50 stocks are taken from the NIFTY Mid Cap 150 Index based on the average daily turnover in the index. A few important points of the index are:
It does, however, warrant extra caution (like a higher margin of safety) due to the higher risk you take by investing in small cap companies.
Mid-cap stocks are more at risk during downturns. They simply don't have the same resources as larger companies. Example, they can't borrow money as easily as big companies, don't have as much cash on hand, and are more likely to have negative cash flow. Therefore, they have a greater chance of going bankrupt during a market crash.
However, they also have a higher growth potential and often outperform large caps in bull markets.