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Most investors into smaller caps are attracted by the prospect of exponential business growth. Young companies with innovative products are supposed to offer a disruptive threat to established companies, with huge potential markets to grow into. However, developments in society and politics could be calling into question the ability of smaller companies to generate the same excess returns in the coming decades.
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