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About Intelsense

What are the products offered?

A portfolio of well researched stocks for long term wealth creation for the long term advisory.


List of ten stocks every month picked by the quant strategy, for Quantamental.

What is their investment philosophy?

Bottom-up stock picking with a focus on identifying long term compounding stocks for the long term advisory.


Quantitative momentum based trend following strategies for Quantamental.

Details of advisory fee.
Who is creating these smallcases?

Abhishek Basumallick of Intelsense. You can know more about him here.

Understanding smallcases

What is a smallcase?

A smallcase is a basket of stocks/ETFs* in a specified weighting scheme that reflects a certain objective (ideas, themes, strategies), backed by the research of WeekendInvesting. You can invest in a smallcase in 2 clicks.

*ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) are baskets of securities that track an underlying index (Nifty, Gold, etc) and can be bought and sold on the exchange.

Who can subscribe to this smallcase?

Intelsense Capital decides who can invest in the smallcases created by them and can create two types of smallcases :

  • Exclusive smallcases : smallcases which require a subscription to Intelsense Capital’s Advisory in order to invest in the smallcase. You can subscribe to a smallcase directly from the smallcase profile through the subscription form.
  • Public smallcases : smallcases in which anyone who has an account with our partner brokers can invest. You can invest in this smallcase by clicking on “Buy smallcase” in the smallcase profile and logging with your broker credentials.
Where can I buy the smallcase?

You can buy smallcases on any of the partner brokers. Select a smallcase, select your broker and invest in less than 2 clicks.

Our partner brokers are:

Zerodha, AxisDirect, Edelweiss, HDFC Securities, Kotak Securities, IIFL Securities, 5 Paisa, Aliceblue, Angel Broking, Trustline, Upstox and Motilal Oswal

Tracking & Managing smallcases

Tracking a smallcase

When buying a smallcase, an index value of 100 is assigned to it. Overtime, if the index value is 108.54, you can easily deduce that your smallcase has generated a total return of 8.54%.

The Details view shows you a more detailed investment overview and P&L breakdown. You can also track individual stock details from the Investments page.

Are there lock-in periods?

There are no lock-in periods, so you may sell your smallcases anytime. As a concept however, smallcases work best when used for long-term investing.

How can I subscribe to these smallcases?

Exclusive smallcases can be subscribed directly from the smallcase profile by following the steps below : 

  • Fill the subscription form with your name, email and phone number
  • Choose your broker amongst the list of our partner brokers and login with your broker credentials
  • Select the subscription plan and make the payment
  • After successful payment, invest in the subscribed smallcase inside your broker platform by clicking on “Invest Now” 
What is rebalancing & why is it important?

Rebalancing is the process of ensuring the weights of the stocks in the smallcase continue to be true to the underlying smallcase strategy. The rebalance frequency is decided by the creator of the smallcase. You can update your smallcase in 2 clicks to ensure your smallcase is on track with the strategy.

How long should I be invested for?

You can assess how the smallcase that you have invested in is playing out and reap its benefits only when you stay invested for a long term. It's best to not base investment decisions on short-term fluctuations.

Setting up an SIP

You can also set up an SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) for your smallcases on a weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual basis. The SIP orders will not be placed automatically and will require you to place orders each time an instalment is due. We are working on making this automated soon.

Investing more in a smallcase

To invest more in a smallcase from your Investments page, click on the smallcase you want to invest more in and click the Invest More button on the right.

The Invest More page helps you buy more of what you currently hold, meaning it will have a minimum amount to maintain the weighting scheme.

Are smallcases’ returns guaranteed?

No, with smallcases - you are essentially buying exchange listed securities which are exposed to market risks. Investing in market instruments involves risks and investments may lose value.

Also, the returns shown for smallcases are the historical returns. smallcases do not have any projected returns shown. Past performance does not guarantee future returns.

Exiting/Selling (Whole & Partial)

From the individual smallcase page, you can find the Exit option at the right under More Actions. You can then choose a whole exit (sell all the constituents of a smallcase and exit completely) or a partial exit (book some profits while maintaining the minimum amount).

Note: Partial Exit can only be done if you’ve invested more than the minimum amount into the smallcase.

Some/all of my orders are unfilled

Orders are unfilled under the following circumstances:

  • No demat account linked with your trading account (A demat account is required to buy smallcases)
  • Insufficient funds while placing the orders (even though a funds check is conducted when you place any order - prices might have changed resulting in a/some order/s not getting filled)
  • If a stock is already sold on the broker platform, orders might be unfilled (If you have sold an stock directly via the broker platform, this does not get updated in your smallcases and hence results in unfilled orders)

Note: Partial Exit can only be done if you’ve invested more than the minimum amount into the smallcase.

What is Repair?

Repairing the batch helps you place fresh orders for those constituents that were not filled so your smallcase can be complete. For stocks that are already sold on the broker platform, contact the support team to reconcile your holdings.

What is Archive?

Archiving a batch excludes those stocks that you have unfilled orders for and completes your smallcase without placing fresh orders.

In this case, the smallcase will not be the same as the original version you meant to buy/invest more/rebalance/exit & will differ in composition & returns.