In Canada, demand for cannabis has outstripped available supply. And that’ll keep prices – and profit margins – high. It could even spark a Santa Claus rally for pot stocks.
Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn just gave glowing marks to Yelp stock, saying the local review company could double revenues in just three years.
Starboard Value has found its latest target. And don’t be surprised if this small-cap drug company is forced into a buyout before year-end.
WD-40 shares fell 5% following the release of an earnings report that showed more than a little sign of rust in the company’s revenue growth.
From its high last June 23 to its low on Feb. 11, the small-cap Russell 2000 ETF fell twice as much as S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 index funds.
Small-cap stocks span a range of sectors, but they’re often considered a sector of their own. Here are five great small-cap stocks to consider in 2016.
A strong dollar is bad for multinational corporations, but it’s great for small-cap dividend stocks that operate almost exclusively in the U.S.
Next year is shaping up to be a stock picker’s market, meaning that many of the great stocks to buy will be value plays.
As with most equity-based index funds, the Russell 2000 ETF has rallied sharply from the beginning of October.
Dave & Buster’s earnings report demonstrated the company’s impressive growth and propelled the stock 11% higher in early trading Wednesday.
The best small-cap dividend stocks have the potential for long-term growth and a steady income stream.