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Are Large Cap Stocks Really "Safer" Than Small Caps?

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In this radio show, Martha Stokes CMT tackles one of the enduring myths about investing in the stock market.  Large Cap stocks are assumed to be safer investments than small caps.  Many people believe that a large cap company is safe because it is a big firm and ergo will never go out of business.  Martha explains the listing process and explains why institutions buy small cap stocks while the average investor only invests in large caps.  Tune in to learn why you shouldn't be afraid of investing in small caps and how to figure out which small cap stocks are excellent investments.

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