Asset Class Poised to Outperform in a Downturn, Lead After Market Bottom
Eric Gandhi, CFA, Portfolio Manager
Small cap stocks may be at a generationally attractive entry point. We believe that the small cap asset class is attractively valued on both an absolute and relative basis. In the video above, WPG Partners Portfolio Manager Eric Gandhi, CFA, explains why this asset class has the potential to both outperform in a downturn — and lead after the market bottoms. As active managers, we are excited about the environment ahead.
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