In a world dominated by gigantism, the beauty of smallness hasn't had much of a look in. Yet beyond the credit boom, globalisation has been found wanting. This book confounds the consensus, as Williams' extraordinary factual data outlines why smallness offers an effective path for investors to explore beyond the financial crisis.
This book is about so much more than just the case for small being beautiful. It explains why the unique characteristics of AIM - the UK market for smaller, growing companies - will be a place of extraordinary vitality in the coming years.