The backdrop for investors in US equity including small caps continues to be skewed towards the positive. Recent US economic […]
‘The evolution of the UK small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) direct lending market’ published in March 2018 examined the role […]
European economies are fully participating in the synchronised pick-up in global growth that has developed over the last eighteen months. […]
Why invest in small caps? Smaller companies, or small caps, present common features across Europe, the US and Japan. Here […]
As is typical towards the latter stages of an economic recovery cycle, US and European small caps have attracted significant […]
Since the US presidential election, which saw Donald Trump win and the Republican Party maintain control of both houses of […]
Since the election in November 2016, the outlook for US equities has changed dramatically and US small caps in particular […]
Nordic small caps have provided strong returns over recent decades, with long term out-performance, and yet remain highly under-researched.
European small-cap equities look best placed to benefit from the real signs of recovery, with small- and large-caps in the US now seeming less compelling.
Wouter Weijand wrote an interesting post on residential property entitled “Home Bias”. However, it was not originally for the real […]
While much of Europe is still trudging along recovery lane, many entrepreneurially-managed smaller firms are showing they can grow and adapt faster.
Three reasons why investors should consider small caps rather than their larger counterparts for their strategic asset allocation.
Europe’s small and medium caps can earn relatively high returns, especially when their balance sheets are strong and their business generates plenty of cash.