6 reasons I love small-cap stocks

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Hey, Anthony here:

I love investing in smaller companies.

If you're new to investing and trading, when we talk about "small-cap" and "large-cap" stocks, we're talking about market capitalization…

Which simply refers to the total market value of a company's outstanding stock shares.

By definition, a small-cap stock has a market capitalization between $300 million and $2 billion…

But there's another reason I gravitate toward these smaller-sized companies in my portfolio.

Actually, there are six reasons…

2023 Oil Forecast: Record-Breaking Demand

 Earlier this week, the International Energy Agency said that China's lifting of Covid restrictions is set to propel oil demand to a record high in 2023.

The supply side of the equation is a lot murkier, though…

And with sanctions on Russian exports making global supply even tighter, oil prices could be headed to the stratosphere.

While it wouldn't feel so good at the pump, it could offer the chance to bag extreme profits if you play it right…

Click here to see how I've personally captured 5 and 6-figure trade profits from the oil market whether the price of crude was crashing or climbing…

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