Jonathan Good Discusses Small/Mid Cap Asset Class on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe
Jonathan Good, portfolio manager of Baird’s Small/Mid Cap Growth Fund, was recently featured on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe. Jonathan provided his prospects for small and mid-cap growth opportunities relative to large caps including how inflation impacts active management, specifically when evaluating small and mid-cap companies.
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