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Bank of America’s Subramanian Prefers Small Caps Over ‘Overcrowded’ S&P 500

Savita Subramanian, Head of Equity and Quantitative Strategy at Bank of America Securities, suggests that investors opt for small-cap stocks instead of the equities in the “overcrowded” S&P 500 index. According to her, if everyone is invested in the S&P 500 and they are all divesting simultaneously, the S&P may not be as secure,” she explained during an interview on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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