Small ‘Value’ Stocks Are Down but Not Out

After a horrendous first quarter, small-cap shares with low P/Es could be reviving

Small-capitalization “value” stocks have been among the market’s worst performers this year. But the sector might be well positioned to outperform the broad market when the economy begins to recover from the trauma of the Covid-19 lockdowns, some analysts say.

In the first quarter of this year, the Fama French U.S. Small Value Index, which tracks the small-cap value sector, recorded the worst quarterly performance in its 94-year history. It dropped 41.5% in the three months through March 31, compared with a 19.6% decline for…

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