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Portfolio Manager Ryan Thomes Highlights the Opportunity for Small Cap Value Stocks

The valuation dispersion between Large Cap Growth and Small Cap Value reached extreme levels in 2020 before reversing of late. Portfolio Manager Ryan Thomes illustrates why we believe the size and style dynamic remains compelling for value investors.

 

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