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Small Cap Archive

Coming out of a recession, no stocks perform better than small caps. In fact, they tend to outperform large-cap stocks for an average of three years after a recession. And when it comes to more serious economic collapses, like what we saw in 2008 and 2009, small caps outperform large caps for up to 10 years.

Don’t invest in just any small-cap stock, though. The articles below will highlight particular sectors where small caps really shine.

April 2014

Mid Caps: A Powerful Combo of Growth & Stability

By - April 21, 2014

Like living things, companies experience different phases of life: birth, growth, maturity – and even death. In fact, we can think of companies as oak trees in various stages of development. Companies with small market capitalizations are like saplings. They’re…

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“Leapfrog” Your Way to Bigger Profits

By - April 2, 2014

Newsflash: In today’s tech world, no area moves faster than mobile technology. Period. Need proof? Cast your mind back to 2011, when the average shelf life for a smartphone was just under two years. Today, that window has shrunk significantly,…

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