One of the reasons to invest in smaller firms is that you might find one where you make several times your original stake – the proverbial ten-bagger.
You do this by finding a firm when it’s small and young, but destined to become large and successful. Of course, most don’t turn out this way, and more often than not investors are likely to make big losses rather than big profits. A lot of luck is needed.
This small-cap helps companies reduce their energy costs, a growing problem in recent years. It negotiates prices with energy suppliers and also offers services [...]
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