Give Your Portfolio the Royal Treatment

Here at Insider Monkey, we like tracking smaller hedge funds that generally invest in small- and mid-cap stocks. Smaller hedge funds are more successful at uncovering hidden gems, and they usually deliver better returns. Royal Capital Management was co-founded by current managers Yale Fergang -- a Columbia and Harvard alum -- and Robert Medway, who served as a director at Master Replicas from 2004 to 2006. Royal Capital employs a long/short strategy, particularly focusing on bargain-priced small-cap and mid-cap stocks.

Below, we'll review the mid-cap holdings of this portfolio as reported in Royal's 13F regulatory filings with the SEC (You can see the entire portfolio here). The following companies are the four largest holdings in the fund's portfolio, by value, according to the fund's 13F....465 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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