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part of what i look for is what potential market size the company could achieve in x years. obviously, the larger the growth potential (among many other factors), the greater my chances of investing in that particular company

and yeah, the larger growth potential is usually found in mid-caps compared to large caps. more risk, but more reward. and considering i'm still pretty young, i'm willing to take on the risk


I think your observations are valid. Have you ever looked at a stock screener?

Go to Quicken - Investing:

In the left column, click on Stock Screener:

Fool On,

Keith O'Malley
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