From almost 7,500 in 1997 to just over 3,500 today, the number of U.S. stocks has shrunk by more than 50% over the last 20 years – and this smaller pool of stocks in which to invest is making it harder for individual investors to be among the first to get in on the next big market winners. What factors have led to this significantly smaller pool of stocks to choose from, how does this make it even more difficult for individual investors to get market-beating returns – and what’s one way for investors to (sort of) get around this problem? CLICK HERE to find out.
Stock Shrinkage: What’s Causing It – And How It’s Hurting Individual Investors
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