Everyone and their mother has been talking about GameStop and other small-cap stocks lately…
That makes sense because GameStop is the first of many stocks targeted by a group of small retail investors that sent the stock from it’s normal $18 to $20 per share to an unheard price of $500.
While I recommend you to stay away from short-squeeze stocks, there is a lot to be said about small caps right now.
And I’ve found three small-cap stocks showing major upside potential I want to bring to your attention…
3 Small-Cap Stocks Showing Major Upside Potential
In case you didn’t already know, small-cap stocks have been leading large caps since October, when the market digested the first presidential debate. That’s especially true for the Russell 2000, an index made up of the smallest 2,000 small-cap companies.
Smaller stocks have less correlation to the broader market because there’s less institutional exposure to hedge and mutual funds when the company retains a small market cap, or the total value of all a company’s shares of stock.
The current political climate also favors smaller stocks over large caps because larger companies are under threat of overregulation under President Joe Biden’s administration. In fact, smaller stocks are often provided tax breaks and potentially more stimulus.
It depends on the industry of course, so don’t get too excited.
But as far as today’s video goes, I thought I’d give away three small-cap stocks showing major upside potential over the next few quarters.
What’s better than that?!
Remember, there’s less correlation between smaller stocks and the overall market. That means the level of diversification increases substantially because most small-cap stocks don’t just blindly follow the market like you’d typically see with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones.
Check out my short video and let’s get into the three small-cap stocks showing major upside potential. Don’t forget to subscribe to my new YouTube channel if you haven’t already and like this video if you found it helpful.
P.S. Did you know that for over a century, there have been cash floods offering regular folks the chance to make gains of 20%, 40% and even 100% or more on their trades?