Finding Sweet Spots in Mid-Caps
For both growth and value, mid-cap stocks are a good place to be, says Thyra Zerhusen, portfolio manager of the ABN Amro MidCap Fund (CHTTX ) and a winner of BusinessWeek's 2005 Best Fund Managers of the Year award. "They are often attractively priced, with smaller companies that can grow faster than the bigger, mature companies in large-cap," she explains. And the mid-caps have lower price-earnings ratios and more experienced management than the small-caps, she adds.
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