Charlie Dreifus On Large Vs Small Caps

Charlie Dreifus On Large Vs Small Caps

This weekend is the start of two weekend fund-raising drives on public television so WEALTHTRACK might be pre-empted in your local market. Consequently we are replaying a Great Investor interview we originally aired in January. We always check with our guests before we do this and the Royce Fund’s Special Equity funds’ portfolio manager, Charlie Dreifus told us the interview still represents his current thinking. 

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We tracked down Great Investor Charles Dreifus at the Munich airport for an update on his view of the stock market and large vs. small cap stocks in particular.
You might remember from previous WEALTHTRACK interviews that Dreifus, a Morningstar Domestic Stock Fund Manager of the Year has run the small and micro-cap focused Royce Special Equity Fund successfully for the last 16 years and that he convinced his boss, small-cap pioneer Chuck Royce to let him launch a large-cap focused fund, the Royce Special Equity Multi-Cap Fund in 2010.

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