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Why should investors consider US smaller companies equities for their portfolios?

With an increased focus on costs, many investors are opting for index trackers when allocating to the US markets. Many of these trackers focus on the large-cap space and ignore the ‘smaller companies’ market in the US.

By definition, ‘smaller companies’ in the US means companies of up to $10bn market capitalisation and is an oasis of innovation – can investors really ignore this core part of the US market?

Watch the video of Artemis Investment Management’s Head of US Equities Cormac Weldon to understand the opportunity set that exists for investors in the US Smaller Companies market and why it’s important that this key part of the market should not get ignored.

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