Amid Rip-Roaring Start To 2020, Did Small Caps Just Flash A Warning Signal?

Amid Rip-Roaring Start To 2020, Did Small Caps Just Flash A Warning Signal?

You could scarcely have asked for a more encouraging start to the new year if you're in the camp that's hell-bent on sticking around in equities after a historic 2019 that saw big-cap tech rise nearly 40% and the S&P nearly tie 2013 for the best year since 1997. Wall Street stormed out of the gate in 2020, led by tech - the Nasdaq tacked on another 1.3%. Apple kept up the momentum after an 86% gain in 2019, surging more than 2% above $300 for the first time on a split-adjusted basis. But t
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3 thoughts on “Amid Rip-Roaring Start To 2020, Did Small Caps Just Flash A Warning Signal?

  1. The .01 economy — great for the have-a-lots, not so hot for everyone else. I’m not running hundreds of millions, so I joined everyone else toward the close and threw more $$ at big-cap tech. More than 90 percent invested at this point, but my finger never strays far from the Sell button. It’s what Chuck said: Keep moving till the music stops.

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