FNArena Talks | Sep 14 2015
Amidst ongoing uncertainties regarding US interest rates and global growth (China), smaller cap stocks can trade on their own dynamics, not necessarily impacted by or in synch with what is happening at the larger end of the Australian stock market. This is likely to attract investors’ interest, in particular as volatility for large cap stocks may well endure for longer.
FNArena Editor Rudi Filapek-Vandyck explains to host Peter Switzer investors looking for small caps exposure should not by definition shun popular names trading on what looks like elevated Price-Earnings (PE) ratios. Three examples that come to mind are Bellamy’s ((BAL)), Blackmores ((BKL)) and Hansen Technologies ((HSN)).
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