Last year, small-cap stocks lagged large stocks by the widest margin since 1998, but newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says not to quit on the little guys.
The U.S. dollar has been red-hot lately, and some of the drivers behind its ascent may be in place for the longer term. That could mean good times for US small-cap stocks, Validea CEO John P. Reese writes in a recent column.
Small-cap stocks have taken a pounding in recent months, but Francis Gannon of Royce Funds recently offered some intriguing data indicating that fundamental-focused investors would be wise not to quit on smaller stocks.
Top-rated economist Francois Trahan is sounding very bullish on stocks — particularly small stocks — and the big reason is the US’s positioning relative to the rest of the world.
In his latest column for Seeking Alpha, Validea CEO John Reese lays out his case for not ditching small caps despite their weak recent performance.
Small-cap valuations are quite high these days, but newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says there may be good reason for that: institutional investors being “desperate” to reach pension fund goals.
Small-cap stock valuations are worrying some investors, including top fund manager Donald Yacktman.