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How to Be a Small-Cap Investor
     

How to Be a Small-Cap Investor

by David B. Newton, Richard C. Taylor (Foreword by)
 
What they are,how to find them,and why you need them in your high-growth,low-risk portfolio. Founders of small-cap companies have always had two things in common: an unshakable vision for the future and a strong appetite for extraordinary growth. Share in that growth! How to Be a Small-Cap Investor outlines a systematic approach tosmall-cap investing that will

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What they are,how to find them,and why you need them in your high-growth,low-risk portfolio. Founders of small-cap companies have always had two things in common: an unshakable vision for the future and a strong appetite for extraordinary growth. Share in that growth! How to Be a Small-Cap Investor outlines a systematic approach tosmall-cap investing that will help you determine which undiscovered stocks you should invest in—and just as important,which you should avoid. Let concise,hands-on guide provide you with: step-by-step strategies to identify emerging industries—plus the companies within them that are poised to lead the charge; innovative,documented small-cap investing techniques you can use to profitably balance risk and return in your portfolio; cutting-edge industries and names of companies still trading at a fraction of their unrealized market potential.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070471832
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional
Publication date:
06/01/1999
Series:
McGraw-Hill Mastering the Market Series
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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