Mid-cap companies -- classified as those with market capitalizations between $2 billion and $10 billion -- operate in fast-growing industries and can generate stronger returns when compared to large-cap stocks. Corsair Gaming's stock has doubled since the company went public in September 2020, driven by the massive craze for video games during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The gaming peripherals and hardware company's revenue and earnings have shot up impressively as a result of that demand, and the company now has a market cap of just over $2.7 billion.
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