The remaining duty is to identify these smaller companies and determine which ones to buy and, then, when to buy them.
This attitude has an important effect on motivation, which quickly translates into the high profitability and rising stock prices of the smaller companies.
Banz discovered that over a 50-year period the stocks of the smallest 20% of the NYSE firms have, on average, outperformed stocks of the largest 20% of the NYSE firms by a significant margin.
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