Finding investments with low price-to-earnings ratios can be a challenge in 2021. Jeff Weniger explains how to find them in emerging markets.
The interest rate environment that was a tailwind to growth stocks in 2020 is unlikely to reoccur in 2021, and it may become a headwind should rates continue to rise. Against this backdrop, Matt Wagner makes the case to allocate toward mid- and small-cap dividend strategies.
In today’s market, we believe it is paramount to defend against exorbitant valuations and segments that bleed upward along the size spectrum, all while preserving profitability. Fortunately, the WisdomTree U.S. MidCap Fund can do all three, and it has a 14-year history to prove it. Brian Manby discusses.
Many investors believe that there will be inflation post-COVID-19. Against this backdrop, Jeff Weniger makes the case that equity investors should consider positioning towards small- and mid-cap strategies.
During an economic slowdown, smaller companies usually have less credit access to sustain cash flows and thinner profit margins, which makes them more prone to cutting dividends. However, during market recovery, small value historically tends to outperform large caps. Matt Wagner explains why investors should consider pairing their high-quality large-cap stocks with small- and mid-cap stocks.