We continue to be impressed by this wide-moat hazardous-waste management firm.
Collectors Universe is a neat little business with considerable competitive advantages and an attractive dividend profile, but shares are too pricey right now.
Morningstar's Todd Wenning takes a look back at the small-cap stocks featured over the past year.
Luggage maker Tumi travels toward moatworthy status in the luxury goods industry.
The company has built a leading market share in neurology and newborn care.
Monro's acquisition strategy is creating a virtuous cost-advantage cycle, but shares don’t come cheap at the moment, writes Morningstar’s Todd Wenning.
If they mind the pitfalls, individual investors can get a distinct advantage over large money managers in the small-cap arena.
U.K.-based Latchways' fall protection products keep workers--and the firm's competitive advantages--safe.
This intriguing retail franchising and equipment rental company finds its niche.
This snowplow manufacturer shows pricing power indicative of a narrow moat, and a warmer winter might melt investors' high expectations and create an entry point into this stock.