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Small Caps Are Making a Comeback. Get in on These 2 Top Gainers Now

by | Jul 26, 2021

It’s no secret that fast-gaining small-cap stocks have taken a backseat to large caps during recent months. But they’re about to have the last laugh… 

And become the big winners by year-end! 

That’s simply because the Russell 2000 has given us 50-plus percent the past 12 months, while the S&P 500 is up only 35% by comparison. 

So it’s a good thing I happened to stumble across some fast-gaining small-cap stocks that my readers and I can get in on. 

Fast-Gaining Small-Cap Stocks You Don’t Want to Miss 

At the moment, large caps are vulnerable. There’s a huge difference between them and the rest of the stock market. 

The market will correct itself, so large caps will lose market cap while smaller stocks start to trade higher. 

But there’s also a strong correlation between small- and large-cap stocks. It’s only a matter of time before the Russell 2000 begins showing strong performance versus the larger Nasdaq 100 and S&P 500 stocks.   

I mean, it’s much easier for names with market caps of $2 billion to double in size than it is for ones with $40 billion market caps. 

That’s why fast-gaining small-cap stocks tend to gain about 6 1/2 times as much as S&P 500 companies over a six-month period on average. Now, I’ve done this analysis at least 100 times and it’s always between six and seven times. 

For example, the top S&P 500 stocks could give us a 50% return in six months. But then we could look at the Nasdaq’s top stocks, and they’ll give us 250%… 350%… or 400% returns. 

Check out my short video below and let’s talk about some fast-gaining small-cap stocks that are set to outperform the broader market and Russell 2000.

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P.S. Don’t miss this trade from the Wall Street legend who was able to use a simple strategy to turn $4,600 into $67,268 in a single year!

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

Roger Scott

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