November 13, 2012 at 09:00 AM EST
ETF Picks For 3 Of America’s Best Small Companies
Through the development of ETFs, investors are not only able to apply them as a great diversification tools, but these funds also grant access to niche markets and businesses often overlooked in large portfolios. Small businesses are typically included in ETFs seeking high growth potential and diversification, even though within the first five years, 50% of all new businesses fail, while others not only flourish but expand. Those looking for some direction into promising small businesses, Forbes’ “Best Small Companies in America” list is a great place to start [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. These companies are selected based on a number of requirements, including having an annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion, they need to have traded for more than a year, and boast a stock price above $5 a share. The highest ranked companies were selected based on earnings growth, sales growth, and return on equity [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: September ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures Vanguard Ups The Ante, Launches Russell ETFs Fidelity To Offer Commission-Free Trading On 25 iShares ETFs 5 Small-Cap ETFs Flying Under The Radar Looking For A “Pure” Equity ETF?
Through the development of ETFs, investors are not only able to apply them as a great diversification tools, but these funds also grant access to niche markets and businesses often overlooked in large portfolios. Small businesses are typically included in ETFs seeking high growth potential and diversification, even though within the first five years, 50% of all new businesses fail, while others not only flourish but expand. Those looking for some direction into promising small businesses, Forbes’ “Best Small Companies in America” list is a great place to start [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. These companies are selected based on a number of requirements, including having an annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion, they need to have traded for more than a year, and boast a stock price above $5 a share. The highest ranked companies were selected based on earnings growth, sales growth, and return on equity [...]

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