By Aditya Raghunath
Investing.com -- Small-cap stocks are a tricky segment to look at. They are capable of delivering massive returns in boom markets but they are also capable of falling just as quickly. It helps if there is guidance from experts when it comes to investing and selling off small-cap companies. According to a report by ICICI Securities, below are the top 5 small-cap companies that mutual funds bought and sold in April 2021:
Top 5 Small-Cap Buys by Mutual Funds
- Hindustan Copper Ltd (NS: HCPR )
Share price on April 30: Rs 154.8
Share price on May 27: Rs 171.55
Percentage difference: Up 10.8%
- Hathway Bhawani Cabletel and Datacom Ltd (BO: HATH )
Share price on April 30: Rs 23.45
Share price on May 27: Rs 26.2
Percentage difference: Up 11.7%
- Lux Industries Ltd (NS: LUXI )
Share price on April 30: Rs 1,905.35
Share price on May 27: Rs 2,802.4
Percentage difference: Up 47%
- Bharat Rasayan Ltd (NS: BRSN )
Share price on April 30: Rs 12,230.3
Share price on May 27: Rs 12,112.6
Percentage difference: Down 1%
- Dilip Buildcon Ltd (NS: DIBL )
Share price on April 30: Rs 546.35
Share price on May 27: Rs 561.35
Percentage difference: Up 2.7%
Top 5 Small Cap Sells by Mutual Funds
- Tata Coffee Ltd (NS: TACO )
Share price on April 30: Rs 131
Share price on May 27: Rs 183.8
Percentage difference: Up 40.3%
- Alkyl Amines Chemicals Ltd (NS: ALKY )
Share price on April 30: Rs 3,388.68
Share price on May 27: Rs 3,864.7
Percentage difference: Up 14%
- PTC India Ltd (NS: PTCI )
Share price on April 30: Rs 81.25
Share price on May 27: Rs 91.1
Percentage difference: Up 12.12%
- TVS Srichakra Ltd (NS: TVSC )
Share price on April 30: Rs 1,797.6
Share price on May 27: Rs 1,994.4
Percentage difference: Up 11%
- India Cements Ltd. (NS: ICMN )
Share price on April 30: Rs 163.2
Share price on May 27: Rs 186.9
Percentage difference: Up 14.5%
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