Now Is the Time to Look at Small Caps

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Today on Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analyst Mogan Housel explore why Morgan's watching the entire small-cap market.

Morgan explains that because the sector has been bludgeoned over the past four months yet has had such a great past four years, he expects a turnaround. He'll be watching the sector to see if the fall is indicative of a trend or if the dip is just a short-term hiccup.

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