Having just dug through the haystack to find the best small cap needles, now it's time to reverse course and focus on the giants in the market.
Today we’re going to cover four important questions about finding the best large cap stocks:
A large-cap stock is defined as a company with a market cap between $10B - $300B.
A mega-cap stock is defined as a company with a market cap of $300B and above.
For the purposes of this lesson, we’ll consider large caps to be any company with a market cap above $10B.
Large caps are the biggest companies trading on the market. They’re often (but not always) fairly mature companies that have been around for quite a while.
Their large cap status usually means they already have a product that’s found a wide market of interested customers.
As we saw in our previous lesson on small cap stocks, large caps have historically performed...
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