Investors Seek Gems Among Unloved Small-Caps

According to the author, U.S. small-cap stocks are highly sensitive to the fate of President Donald Trump’s policy ambitions and may face more selling pressure, leaving small-cap investors scrambling for quality names and more resilient sectors. Portfolio manager Michael Corbett provides examples of more resilient sectors.

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