Mid-cap companies, which tend to outperform large-cap stocks in the early phases of economic recoveries, may become an investor sweet spot as economies reopen and pent-up demand is released.
In this article, Investor’s Business Daily examines how Portfolio Managers Sheetal Prasad and Benjamin Bryan are playing the economy reopening with sustainable growth stocks in the PGIM Jennison Mid-Cap Growth Fund.
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