Steve Lipper Talks Small-Cap Value Opportunities in S&P Global Markets Intelligence—Royce
article 11-30-2021

Steve Lipper Talks Small-Cap Value Opportunities in S&P Global Markets Intelligence

Senior Investment Strategist Steve Lipper was quoted in S&P Global Markets Intelligence discussing which small cap industries look poised to benefit from rising inflation as well as the asset class’s performance versus large cap.


Can small caps continue to outpace large caps as they have for most of 2021? Steve Lipper opines in a S&P Global Markets Intelligence article, “Inflation Drives Investors to US stocks,” by Brian Scheid.

Read the article.

Steve was quoted in the article saying that small caps seem likely to beat their large cap peers as inflation rises. He added that small-cap value stocks, particularly in areas such as materials suppliers and industrial distributors, have historically benefited from high inflationary periods.

In addition, Steve said that banks stocks also look poised to benefit as business loans increase to boost growth and as confidence grows in low loan losses in the future.

Read the article.

Learn more about Steve Lipper.

Important Disclosure Information

Mr. Lipper’s thoughts and opinions concerning the stock market are solely his own and, of course, there can be no assurance with regard to future market movements. No assurance can be given that the past performance trends as outlined above will continue in the future.

The performance data and trends outlined in this presentation are presented for illustrative purposes only. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Historical market trends are not necessarily indicative of future market movements.

Sector weightings are determined using the Global Industry Classification Standard ("GICS"). GICS was developed by, and is the exclusive property of, Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC ("S&P") and MSCI Inc. ("MSCI"). GICS is the trademark of S&P and MSCI. "Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS)" and "GICS Direct" are service marks of S&P and MSCI.

This material is not authorized for distribution unless preceded or accompanied by a current prospectus. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing or sending money. Smaller-cap stocks may involve considerably more risk than larger-cap stocks. (Please see "Primary Risks for Fund Investors" in the prospectus.)



Sign Up