Radio Interview – Sr. Portfolio Mgr Michelle Stevens Discusses Small Cap Investing Strategy with Chuck Jaffe
December 5, 2012
Baird Investment Management Senior Portfolio Manager Michelle Stevens talks with MoneyLife's Chuck Jaffe about Baird’s Small Cap investing strategy.
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for important information about the Baird SmallCap Value Fund, including the performance, holdings and primary risks of the fund.
With the exceptions of OSI Systems and Diamond Hill Investment Group, Baird makes a market in the securities mentioned during the interview.
Targa Resources Corporation’s stated qualified dividend yield was 3.5% as of 12/05/2012. While the company believes it has the ability to pay and potentially increase dividends, there is no guarantee and the dividend may be reduced, suspended or eliminated altogether and an investor should not base an investment decision on expected future dividend payments alone.
Short selling (or "shorting") a stock is a technique used to try to profit from the falling price of a stock. Short selling is a very risky technique as it involves precise timing and goes contrary to the historical direction of the market over long-term periods. It is not an appropriate investment strategy for most investors and has the potential for unlimited losses.
Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
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