Markets stall under threat of government shutdown >>> READ MORE

4 Small-Cap Funds for Big Upside

A mutual fund or ETF can help to reduce the group's risk

    View All  

Stock of the WeekEarlier this week, I looked at two big winners and two losers in the small-cap world. One thing that can’t be overlooked, though, is that investing in this space is fraught with risks.

For example, the return of small-cap stocks with market caps between $100 million to $1 billion was a dismal 3.5% loss so far in 2013.

Of course, there’s a way to help deal with this: invest in a fund.

By doing so, you get the benefits of expert portfolio management as well as diversification. The returns can also be attractive. Consider that — according to — the average gain for small-cap funds is 8% for 2013.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at four small-cap funds to consider.

Article printed from InvestorPlace Media,

©2017 InvestorPlace Media, LLC