We suggest mid caps for a variety of reasons. Firstly, they are not as susceptible to the typical macro issues like weak oil prices, falling commodity prices, China slowdown and weakness in the capital cycle. In fact, these mid cap companies are the biggest beneficiaries of the sharp fall in oil and other commodities. Secondly, if one looks at the Q3 numbers, over 50% of the mid cap companies have announced EPS growth that is faster than their 5-year average. That gives the added advantage of earnings visibility. Thirdly, after outperforming large caps in year 2015, they have underperformed in the month of January 2016. This offers an attractive price point to enter these stocks. Look out for mid-cap stocks with robust business models, high ROE and who have managed to hold prices in a falling market. These will be the mid-cap stocks to focus on.