Where Have All The Small Caps Gone? Not To The IBD 50

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Small cap stocks have a bad reputation. The media usually focuses on the negative side of small caps, saying they are risky, frequently fraudulent and lacking in quality that investors should demand in a company. Certainly these are all valid concerns for any company, but big companies (think Enron and Worldcom) have still fallen prey to issues of internal fraud that virtually destroyed shareholder interest. Clearly, company size is by no means the only factor when it comes to investors getting scammed.

Key Takeaways:

  • Only four small caps meet the IBD 50’s Criteria.
  • The puny number is astonishing ,considering the S&P 600 is up 18% since the Election Day close.
  • Small cap Wingstop is trying to clear a first-stage base. First-stage bases are more likely to work than later patterns.

“Small cap Wingstop is trying to clear a first-stage base. First-stage bases are more likely to work than later patterns.”

http://www.investors.com/stock-lists/ibd-50/where-have-all-the-small-caps-gone-not-to-the-ibd-50/

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