This is proof you should be using this period to accumulate cheap stocks…especially the small caps
Explore Small Cap Opportunities on the ASX
Of the approximately 2,000 companies listed on ASX, just over 1,400 – or 70% – are below $200 million in market capitalisation. 867 of these 1,400 stocks have a market capitalisation below $50 million.
But while small caps comprise the majority of the ASX, it is the bigger names that get most of the market’s attention. Names like BHP Billiton, Telstra, Commonwealth Bank, Woolworths, Wesfarmers – the list is long.
These big companies are popular with most investors. And, in a good year, they can see strong gains, sometimes between 20% or 30%.
But what the average investor doesn’t realise is that some of the most exciting, interesting, and world-leading stocks with potential for large returns are frequently found more often in the small cap sector
Yep, I’m bullish. I’ll show you my favourite sector to take advantage of it.
In today’s Money Morning…the pain trade for the past few months has been the market going ever higher. The longer it continues, the higher the pain for those locked out the market, waiting for falls that didn’t come. But what’s the next pain trade? And how should you play it? Read on for my base case scenario and the sector I’m most excited about…
Right now, you can almost throw a dart at the stock market and see opportunities across multiple sectors…small caps especially! Yes, I know, I know. Small caps are high risk and we’ve had all sorts of problems over the last 12 months. You don’t need to name them. But Cal believes that all that bad news is priced in! And that means opportunities abound…
In today’s Money Morning, big wave surfers try to catch 100-foot waves. Exponential theme investors try to identify big trends to land 100-baggers. Both require luck, skill…and timing.
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