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What is the attractive PE or valuation for midcap and small cap? Please share your views.

To address your question, ideally investment/s should be stock specific as PE multiples are not uniform for all companies and may not be a correct benchmark to time investments.

The median PE for the midcap index is 23 times since 2006, while the current PE is 36 times for trailing 12 months earnings as per Bloomberg. The small cap index PE multiples are too erratic to be looked at with any seriousness.


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