Smaller companies (or small caps) have great potential and can often offer investors bigger opportunities than those usually found in the broader market. However, as an asset class, Australian small caps have, over recent times, experienced one of their worse periods of relative performance versus larger companies in the past two decades. Despite this period of poor relative performance, the case for investing in Australia’s small caps remains strong.
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