Lesson type: Understanding diversification

Are you invested in the next big thing?

Imagine if you’d invested in Apple, or Google, before they became big – what would your life be like now? Although the top 100 stocks are what many investors are most familiar with, it’s the small companies which can often have the most potential for growth over the long-term. UBS portfolio manager Joel Fleming explains how these microcap companies may give you the opportunity to invest in innovation today, potentially providing you long-term capital growth for the future.


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