– A small-cap is generally a company with a market capitalization of between $300 million and $2 billion.– Small-cap investors seek to beat institutional investors by focusing on growth opportunities.– Small-cap stocks historically have outperformed large-cap stocks but are also more volatile and riskier.
Monopoly is a situation where there is a single seller in the market. In conventional economic analysis, the monopoly case is taken as the polar opposite of perfect competition. By definition, the demand curve facing the monopolist is the industry demand curve which is downward sloping.
A monopoly describes a market situation where one company owns all the market share and can control prices and output. A pure monopoly rarely occurs, but there are instances where companies own a large portion of the market share, and ant-trust laws apply.
– Natural monopoly. A market situation where it is most efficient for one business to make the product.– Geographic monopoly. Monopoly because of location (absence of other sellers).– Technological monopoly. ...– Government monopoly.