Small caps haven't traditionally been known for paying income. Typically small caps are regarded as more likely to conserve their cash than invest in growth, and small-cap investors have accepted that as a necessity, if companies are to deliver on their growth potential. But in recent years, small caps have increasingly begun to pay dividends, and some specialist income fund managers now invest a considerable portion of their funds in smaller companies.
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