What is Small-Cap Investing and How Does it Work?
- What is small-cap investing?
- Small-cap companies vs mid-cap or large-cap companies
- The bottom line
What is small-cap investing?
Small-cap companies vs mid-cap or large-cap companies
Getting started as a small-cap investor
Think carefully about a company’s industry and potential market size
Understand potential obstacles in liquidity
Can offer impressive growth
Small cap index funds do well compared to other indexes
One of the riskier investment strategies
Requires work if you aren’t investing in small-cap index funds
The bottom line
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