All stocks have to start somewhere.
Even the largest blue chip stocks like Coca-Cola and Apple had to start somewhere before they became household names.
And for three of our top-performing editors, those budding sprout stocks are the most overlooked opportunities on the market.
Sam, Ryan and Harje focus their energy on these little picks, over the big names you see from most advisers. And once you get to know he market, it’s easy to see why.
Small-cap stocks are some of the most exciting investments available to Australians. No other type of stock is likely to move as far or as fast as small-caps.
But that potential can also come with greater risk. You need to have both eyes open before you enter the thrilling world of small-cap investing.
For these guys, the risk is worth the reward.
But even though they all focus their energy on similarly sized stocks, their tactics for picking these tiny punts is very different.
Today, you can take a look at how each of them hunts down these opportunities.
In a brand new Money Morning report titled: ‘Three In-House Small-Cap Experts Reveal Their Top Picks for 2019’, three of our top small-cap experts explain why small-caps have such tremendous potential, and look at three exciting Aussie small-caps for 2019.
If you want to access this underutilised corner of the ASX, but you’re not sure how to get started, read this report today.
Inside, you’ll discover:
- How to find ‘the goose that lays the golden egg’: If you can stomach the risk, you could be lucky enough to spot a ‘golden egg’ stock with Sam Volkering’s help.
- The corner of the small-cap market that could shine for Aussie investors: In Australia’s long history of trading with the world, there’s been one sector that’s created more millionaires than any other. That’s where Ryan Dinse will be looking in 2019.
- How ‘turning rocks’ could be your best strategy: Harje Ronngard outlines how this strategy from a legendary fund manager could help you make the most of small-cap opportunities.
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