While many U.S. investors have shifted their holdings from actively managed accounts to indexed vehicles in an effort to capitalize on recent equity market tailwinds, the relative performance of passive strategies over the past decade doesn't necessarily justify that decision. This white paper from Baird Equity Asset Management explains why.
There’s no questioning Amazon's impact on the consumer sector. The market continues to reward the company for its ambition, demonstrated success in taking market share, disruption of traditional business models, and expansion into new verticals and channels. However, this doesn't mean other opportunities don't exist in the consumer space.
In this recent white paper, Baird Equity Asset Management explores what some have dubbed "The Amazon Effect" in the changing consumer sector. Read on for timely insight on the risks and opportunities in today’s markets.
Since 1995 mid-cap stocks have outperformed large- and small-cap stocks. Investors that are under-allocated to the mid cap asset class are potentially accepting greater risk AND missing out on available return. Mid-cap companies often exhibit the nimbleness and growth potential of small caps with the stability of large caps while accepting, but potentially, reducing the risks of both.