Posts filed under “Markets”

It’s (Still) a Small (Cap) World

I was just clicking around on WSJ On Line, when I came across a great new page of resources:
Markets Data Index. Tons of good stuff, charts, resources.

I randomly click on one page — and found this chart on market capitalization: "Small caps, stocks with market capitalizations of less than $1.5 billion, offer investors a chance to
outperform the broad market, but are prone to price swings."

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Weekly Market Screen
click for larger chart:

Small_versus_big_cap

Source: WSJ

In the Long Term Small-cap stocks
vs. large-cap stocks in good
market times
and bad. One
size usually
dominates at
any given time.

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Source:
Stocks
Weekly Market
Screen

WSJ, January 29, 2006
http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/mktscan.pdf

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