5 Most Interesting Small-Cap Companies to Watch in 2022
It has always been exciting to follow the progress of small-cap companies. Even though they may be lesser known, these businesses can offer some serious potential for growth in the years ahead. Read along if you’re interested in how it can be done!
What are small-cap companies, and why should you be watching them?
To understand small-caps, we need to look at what mid- and large-caps are. Mid-cap companies are those with a market capitalization of between $2 billion and $10 billion. Large-cap companies fall into the group of $10 billion and more. Small-caps are naturally the smallest, with market capitalization between $300 million and $2 billion.
A common misconception about small-cap companies is that they have just been founded or are still very small. The truth is that many of them have been on the market for years and have continuously proven their qualities- both product-wise and financially.
Their size might actually be attractive to potential investors. As they are smaller, their stock prices have a proportionally bigger chance to grow compared to large-scale enterprises. One should bear in mind though that with higher opportunities to grow, the risk and volatility also rises.
Which small-cap companies are the most interesting to watch in 2022?
We created a list of 5 small-cap stocks that are, in our opinion, examples of prosperous companies that constantly evolve and sophisticate their products - whether it is in medicine, supply-chain or still booming digital world. We are excited how they are going to perform in 2022! Here is the list:
1. Sorrento Therapeutics
Market cap: $815 million
Sorrento Therapeutics is a cutting-edge, U.S. based. company that offers innovative therapies to fight cancer, intractable pain and COVID-19. Their therapies are based on the latest research and have proven to be highly effective in treating these diseases. Sorrento Therapeutics is dedicated to helping patients improve their quality of life and is committed to providing the best possible care.
2. Sphere 3D
Market cap: $138 million
Sphere 3D is a company that is dedicated to becoming the leading carbon-neutral bitcoin mining company operating at an enterprise scale. Not only that, but they also deliver data management solutions via hybrid cloud, cloud and on-premises implementations both directly and through their reseller network and professional services organization.
Market cap: $1.54 B
When it comes to digital assets, Bakkt is designed for today and tomorrow. They are aware that new assets are being created all the time, so their platform is built with the scalability to quickly support whatever comes next. That means whether you’re trading today’s popular digital currencies or investing in tomorrow’s up-and-coming tokens, Bakkt is the place to do it.
4. Clarus Corporation
Market cap: $843 million
Clarus Corporation, headquartered in Salt Lake City (USA), is a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of best-in class outdoor equipment and lifestyle products focused on the climb, ski, mountain, and sport markets. With a strong reputation for innovation, style, quality, design, safety and durability. Their products are sought after by outdoor enthusiasts all over the world.
5. Workhorse Group
Market cap: $474 million
Workhorse Group is on the forefront of the last-mile delivery revolution. They specialize in the design and manufacture of electric delivery vans, drones, and telematics software that make it easier and more efficient for businesses to get their products to their customers. Our products are reliable and environmentally friendly, making them a perfect choice for companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint.
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