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Posted on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Small-cap investing is based on recognizing that many successful small companies are on their way to becoming large companies, so savvy investors must be sure to replenish their small-cap exposure regularly. It is also prudent to expect that more small-company stocks will stumble than the larger companies selected for a portfolio. These stocks will be sold to make way for other opportunities. Both of these factors require investors to be on the constant lookout for small-company prospects, aiming to refill their portfolios from the bottom up.
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