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Micro cap stocks (stocks for companies with between $50 million and $150
million in market capitalization) and small cap stocks (stocks for companies with
between $150 and $500 million in market capitalization) are relatively
inexpensive and extremely profitable. However, investing in them is very risky
because of low trade volumes and market volatility. The companies themselves
are volatile, too. Small and young companies are much more likely than
established firms to fail. With these factors in mind, online resources are
invaluable.


Web sites now offer a list of biased sources and stocks to avoid, as well as a list
of publications featuring financial disclosures of interest to small cap investors.
Other sites feature articles that explain why small caps should have a role in your
portfolio and provide impartial analysis. So, whether you are looking to expand
your list of investors or are hoping to enter the world of micro cap and small cap
trading, the World Wide Web will provide you with all the information necessary
to make a sound and educated investment.


As you wade through the volumes of information that currently exists on the Web,
you are made immediately aware of the shear immensity of the data that you can
access. So, be careful and take the time to make an informed decision regarding
your personal financial future.

				
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Description: Micro cap stocks (stocks for companies with between $50 million and $150 million in market capitalization) and small cap stocks (stocks for companies with between $150 and $500 million in market capitalization) are relatively inexpensive and extremely profitable. However, investing in them is very risky because of low trade volumes and market volatility.