Articles tagged as Large
Mid-Cap Stocks: Asset Class with an Identity Crisis
Posted on November 11, 2020 by Todd Marvel
Much like the middle child, mid-cap stocks have struggled to find their individuality.Carved out from the top echelons of the tiny caps and the lower end of the big caps, the mid-cap industry has a rough definition of stock with a market capitalization of greater than $2 billion, but less than $10 billion.Taking components from the worlds, some analysts assert that mid-cap stocks can provide growth opportunities located in the tiny caps and the relative stability found in the big caps...
The Exclusive Club of Large Caps
Posted on September 16, 2020 by Todd Marvel
Picture one of these clubs where only the real heavyweights need apply.From the library the old aristocrats, General Motors and JP Morgan, are dozing in their leather seats.On the patio, a late luncheon is underway for people who have just improved their standing through union.ExxonMobil and Citigroup are a part of the celebration.At the bar, lots of the"nouveau riche" have assembled - Microsoft appears to be purchasing for Intel and Hewlett Packard...