Steve McCarthy

Smaller companies generally trade with lower liquidity than larger companies reflecting their lower market caps, smaller market following, and large founder stakes. Contrary to popular opinion, we view lower liquidity as core to the smaller company investment opportunity since smaller companies only trade at low liquidity levels when they are under-researched and undiscovered, and their valuations generally reflect this. This creates significant opportunities for investors who are prepared to invest in high quality smaller companies trading at a significant discount to their intrinsic value. Please click here to read the full article: (VIEW LINK)


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