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3 Reasons Small Caps Have Room to Run 

 

 

7/30/2013 

Kristina Hooper, US head of investment and client strategies, cites corporate cash stockpiles, rising interest rates and financial repression as catalysts for adding exposure to small-cap stocks—particularly those that pay dividends.

 



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A Word About Risk: Investments in smaller companies may be more volatile and less liquid than investments in larger companies. Dividend-paying stocks are not guaranteed to continue to pay dividends.

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