Smallcap Stocks

Kalkine Media explores 5 TSX small-cap stocks to watch in November

 Kalkine Media explores 5 TSX small-cap stocks to watch in November

Small-cap stocks form a part of a diversified investment strategy. Sometimes, they outperform large-cap stocks and offer stable returns to investors. With such stocks, liquidity plays a vital role, and investors must watch before selecting them.

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7 Canadian small-cap stocks under $20 explored by Kalkine Media

7 Canadian small-cap stocks under $20 explored by Kalkine Media

Long-term investors seeking growth exposure can explore under C$ 20 small-cap stocks discussed in this this article.

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5 under $15 small-cap stocks to explore: NPK, CHR, NFI, BOS & EQX

5 under $15 small-cap stocks to explore: NPK, CHR, NFI, BOS & EQX

Investors looking for small-cap stocks can explore these TSX stocks priced under C$ 15.

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5 TSX small-cap stocks to bag right now: XTC, UNS, LEV, NPK and MTL

5 TSX small-cap stocks to bag right now: XTC, UNS, LEV, NPK and MTL

Small-cap investors with high risk levels can explore these TSX stocks to unlock significant gains in the future. These have recorded revenue growth in their latest quarter. Let us look at their financials in detail

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5 Canadian smallcap stocks under $5 to buy: IFOS, ESI, PNE, ISO & GLO

5 Canadian smallcap stocks under $5 to buy: IFOS, ESI, PNE, ISO & GLO

Risk takers could explore Canadian smallcap stocks like Itafos (TSXV: IFOS), Ensign (TSX: ESI), Pine Cliff (TSX: PNE), IsoEnergy (TSXV: ISO) and Global Atomic (TSX: GLO)

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WELL & Sprott (SII): 2 TSX smallcap stocks to explore right now

WELL & Sprott (SII): 2 TSX smallcap stocks to explore right now

These TSX smallcap stocks may help investors diversify their portfolio to include the healthcare and financial sector

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2 TSX smallcap stocks that surged 100% in 2022: NPK and ATH

2 TSX smallcap stocks that surged 100% in 2022: NPK and ATH

These TSX smallcap stocks under C$ 10 saw their stock price increase by over 100 per cent year-to-date.

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RCK, SVA, AFE, AMC & OYL: 5 TSXV smallcap stocks to watch in Q3 2022

RCK, SVA, AFE, AMC & OYL: 5 TSXV smallcap stocks to watch in Q3 2022

Highlights Many investors looking for small cap stocks, look for companies that may grow in the future and with it, its share’s price These stocks seem to be either on the rebound or rising and are trading fairly below their highs over th...

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WED, NOU, OYL, SVA and EU: 5 Canadian smallcap stocks to buy under $10

WED, NOU, OYL, SVA and EU: 5 Canadian smallcap stocks to buy under $10

Some small-cap stocks can hold more significant growth potential than mid-cap or large-cap stocks as it is often believed that companies experience a low growth rate as they grow in size. When considered for long-term gains, such stocks can deliver...

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SGML, WED, DE, NFG & QRC: 5 TSXV small cap stocks for new investors

SGML, WED, DE, NFG & QRC: 5 TSXV small cap stocks for new investors

Highlights New investors nervous about putting their hard-earned money into the stock market tend to play safe by investing in large cap stocks Stocks of Canada’s big five banks etc. may be safer if they are picked up at an opportune mome...

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TUD, GMG, ZEN, LA and VZLA: 5 TSXV small-cap stocks to buy in May

TUD, GMG, ZEN, LA and VZLA: 5 TSXV small-cap stocks to buy in May

Highlights At the time of writing, the TUD stock was rising, and it was up about three per cent to C$ 1.75 per share. As of December 31, 2021, Zentek's cash and cash equivalents were approximately C$ 3.1 million. Vizsla holds a market capitali...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Risks prevail everywhere — be it large cap blue-chip stocks or small or mid-caps. Small stocks may also be considered emerging stocks. They may, on certain occasions, lead to better gains as compared to large caps. This is because if the company linked to the stock expands its business and market share or the sector in which it operates in shines, the stock may pique the interest of investors. But small stocks may also be comparatively more volatile as compared to large cap stocks. It is always a better idea to know what the company does and what the future prospects are, besides enquiring about competitors, before making any investment decision.

For this, the investor must have an eye on how the industry in which the company operates is doing at the moment and what are the prospects for the future. Capital gains accrue with time when they do, and this means what happens in the future with the company and the related industry would likely have an impact on the stock’s price. It might also be good to keep tabs on multi-lateral meetings of countries and also the geopolitical landscape. For example, if world leaders are interested in cutting emissions in the medium-to-long term, it could be the best time to watch small cap renewable energy stocks that may do well in the long run.

Shares of companies with market capitalization between C$ 300 million and C$ 2 billion are considered small-caps. While talking about the best small-cap stocks, one should know that the stock market is dynamic, and multiple direct and indirect forces can cause fluctuations affecting the performance of any publicly listed stocks. As of writing this, Graphene Manufacturing Group Ltd (TSXV: GMG), Emerita Resources Corp (TSXV: EMO), Journey Energy Inc (TSX: JOY), InPlay Oil Corp (TSX: IPO) and Verde Agritech PLC (TSX: NPK) were some of the top small-cap stocks, with 52-week return exceeding 450 per cent while writing. Investors should note that this can be subject to market change.

Small-cap stocks belong to companies that have a market cap in the range of C$ 300 million to C$ 2 billion, which are commonly startups or fairly newer establishments. While they can be risky due to their smaller market caps, some robust small-cap stocks can bring notable returns if picked carefully. One can evaluate a small-cap stocks by looking for the following: • Businesses working on ideas that can blow up and disrupt an industry, such as untapped technologies, cost-efficient alternatives, etc. • The company’s growth capabilities, present market condition and recent financials. • The stock’s evaluation metrics, such as its price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio.

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