The most thorough, most practical book on small-cap stocks has now been revised and expanded. Stocks with a market capitalization of less than $1 billion are some of the best long-term investments on Wall Street. A dollar invested in small caps in 1926 would be worth $2,843 today, versus $811 if invested in large caps. Top Bloomberg editors Christopher Graja and Elizabeth Ungar explain why adding a small percentage of small-cap stocks to a portfolio helps investors boost returns without increasing their risk.
Many investors have heard the raves about how lucrative small-cap stocks can be. Graja and Ungar show the individual investor how to spot the top performers, explain how these stocks behave, and demonstrate how to incorporate them into a portfolio. This new edition also features an exclusive interview with top stockpicker Peter Lynch, plus valuable tips from other experts on how to identify which smallcap mutual funds are the strongest.
Investing in Small-Cap Stocks is packed with essential contact information, including Web sites, addresses, and phone numbers of the S&P 600 SmallCap companies. It's the jumpstart investors need to take advantage of this exciting asset class.