From Library Journal
For very savvy investors, comfortable in the complex world of investing in stocks, Graja and Ungar present an excellent resource focusing on a niche in the investment worldAsmall-cap stocks. This term defines small companies having a total capitalization of less than $1 billion. Advice from top money managers in reputable investment firms on how to get the most value out of these stocks is succinctly summarized here, including tips on picking the winners, managing the volatility of smaller companies, finding "cheap" stocks ready for gain, and integrating these small caps into a larger portfolio of diverse investments. The brisk narration of this very technical but very useful material keeps the listener tuned in. Recommended for academic libraries supporting a business and finance curriculum and larger public libraries in communities with active investment clubs.ADale Farris, Groves, TX
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Investing in Small-Cap Stocks
pulls together critical investment themes in plain English with uncommon breadth and scope. -- Satya Pradhuman, Small-Cap Research, Merrill Lynch & Co.
Investing in the small-cap segment of the market is not for the faint of heart. Investing in Small-Cap Stocks
is an excellent guidebook for the investor ready to take on the challenge. Its commonsense guidance and advice from the experts should help the reader develop a successful strategy for small-cap investing. -- Claudia Mott, Director of Small-Cap Research, Prudential Securities Inc.
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