The Small Cap Recovery
Jay Pluimer, AIF® CIMA® Thursday, 03 December 2020
Small caps, which are public companies with market capitalizations under $2 billion, are up 23% in October and November due to a combination of three factors.
Small cap companies, which are public companies with market capitalizations under $2 billion - and as low as $300 million - make up a large portion of the U.S. stock market. The Russell 2000, which is the primary benchmark for small cap companies, is showing a strong recovery in Q4. The Russell is up 23% in October and November, as opposed to the S&P 500, which is up 8.5% thus far in Q4. Why the difference? In this episode, Jay Pluimer explains the three factors driving the uptick in small cap stocks in the current environment.
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About the Author
Jay Pluimer, AIF® CIMA®
Jay Pluimer brings over 25 years of experience working with Investment Committees and individual investors to Flourish Wealth Management. He has built a career focused on investment research, client conversations about investments, and building diversified portfolios to help clients accomplish their goals. As Director of Investments, Jay is passionate about the opportunity to deliver individualized investment solutions for our clients that help align their resources and goals.