Flexicap funds invest their money across various market caps — large, mid, small and micro. That way, you don't have to invest in multiple funds, one for each cap, to invest in the entire market.
But what ratio do flexicap funds invest in, across caps? What's the minimum and maximum a flexicap fund allocates to large cap (say)? What's the median that you can generally expect from a flexicap fund?
This spreadsheet tells you:
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