Should European investors be looking beyond large-cap U.S. equities for core exposure? S&P DJI’s Tim Edwards and State Street Global Advisors’ Rebecca Chesworth explore the case for U.S. mid-caps through broad and tactical sector exposures.
S&P DJI’s Craig Lazzara explains how style drift could be responsible for inflating the perception of active manager skill. Read the Performance Trickery blogs at: www.indexologyblog.com
The mid-cap space has often been described as the “sweet spot” of equity investing—and with good reason. Mid-cap companies tend to offer a balance between the high growth (and high risk) offered by small caps and the stability (but relatively slower growth) of large caps. Additionally, Indian mid-caps have a more diverse sector representation than…