Small-Cap Picks from Top Global Investor

A recent Barron’s article profiles Magnus Larson–lead manager of the AMG TimesSquare International Small Cap Fund ($1.2 billion)—who has been able to deliver a 13.6% five-year annualized return (reportedly beating 94% of its peers) by “using old-fashioned stock picking, with analysts doing on-the-ground research at specific companies.” According to the article, “international small-mid-capitalization stocks are one of the few market sectors where active management can consistently add value. They are poorly covered by financial analysts,… Read More