2013: Share of Retail Investors Has shrunk to 34% from 65%...

The Indian share markets have been nothing. But, volatile so far in the year 2013, with the benchmark index SENSEX gaining about 9%, or 1,700 points, in the same period; largely led by the surge in global liquidity.

Foreign institutional investors have been the biggest drivers of Indian stocks so far in 2013, and the trend is likely to be carried into 2014 as well, say analysts. FIIs have made net inflows of Rs 1.10 lakh crore, or nearly $20 billion, in stocks here during 2013.

However, participation of retail investors is hovering at a 10-year low as quoted by ET. Did small investors miss the bus?

The share of retail investors has shrunk to 34 per cent from 65 per cent.
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