As heads turn to the hottest tech or niche stock, some companies in traditional business sectors get left behind because they are boring. But overlooked means not overcooked.
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Non-banks are claiming market share from banks in many forms of private debt, and it’s changing the nature of funding for many small to medium businesses.
The share prices of smaller companies are traditionally more volatile than large, but the market is changing and the roles seem to be reversing. Is it possible to change our bias against small caps?
What factors are a guide to a long term successful investment experience in small caps given the sector has struggled to deliver decent returns?