Best Small-Cap Stocks To Buy In June 2021

Small-cap stocks often fly under the radar because big companies dominate headlines, so June could be a good time to seek out the best small-cap stocks.

Which Small-Cap Stocks to Buy in June 2021?

1. Axcelis Technologies (Nasdaq: ACLS)

Axcelis Technologies stock is up more than 15% over the last four weeks and up close to 44% this year. ACLS has a market cap of $1.35 billion, which makes it a small-cap stock (with a market cap of $300 million to $2 billion). Axcelis operates in the ion implantation and processing markets of the semiconductor industry. Shares are poised to rally based on the ACLS’s forward price-earnings (P/E) ratio of 16.10. According to estimates, Axcelis earnings will grow by 190% this year and 32% next year. ACLS is one of the top small-cap stocks to buy in June 2021.

2. A10 Networks (NYSE: ATEN)

A10 Networks is another exciting small-cap stock that flies under the radar. The company has a market cap of $788 million. ATEN shares pulled back in April from the January-March rally but have since gained more than 18%. The current rebound appears to have momentum based on earnings expectations. According to estimates, ATEN will experience an EPS growth of 195% this year and 18.32% next year. A10 Network shares trade at a trailing P/E of 39.21. The forward P/E ratio of16.45 promises more upside movement. This is a small-cap stock you want in your portfolio.

3. Cambium Networks (Nasdaq: CMBM)

The Cambium stock price has more than doubled this year. The Illinois-based communication equipment provider now has a market cap of $1.26 billion following this year’s share price rally.CMBM’s wireless broadband networking infrastructure business could continue to grow amid the adoption of 5G networks. Several communications companies will need to upgrade their systems and Cambium could benefit. According to estimates, CMBM earnings will grow by 177% this year. This presents a big opportunity for small-cap stock investors.

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