Small-cap stocks come with additional risks

Smaller companies can generate higher returns than their larger counterparts, but they are often riskier and less liquid, and may underperform for long periods.
Small stocks are also more volatile in times of unsettled or falling markets.
Still, if you focus on the best-quality small companies—or ETFs… Read More

Tap into global growth with Yum

World stock market investing remains risky. That’s because many emerging countries have language barriers, weak investor-protection laws, less commitment to openness, fairness and so on.

A better way for North American investors to profit from rapid overseas growth is by investing in well-established, multinational U.S. companies… Read More