After a strong start, 2021 obliterated Canadian sub-$100 million market cap stocks. As of November 30, the median stock in this group was trading at only ~38% of its 52-week highs.
Not down 38% – DOWN 62%!
As Jeff Bezos said over 20 years ago:
“The stock is not the company. And the company is not the stock.”
The same is true for THIS list of Canadian micro- and small cap names that have been pounded by 2021 tax loss selling.
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