Micro-Cap Stocks Are Less Widely Followed, Offer Benefits

In this interview with Charles Rotblut at AAII, Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett discusses how micro-cap stocks may require investors to do more of their own research, in return for the potential of reduced portfolio volatility.

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