Bruce K. Aronow, CFA

Bruce K. Aronow, CFA

Co-Chief Investment Officer—Small and SMID Cap Growth Equities

24 Years at AB
35 Years of experience

Bruce K. Aronow is Co-Chief Investment Officer for Small and SMID Cap Growth Equities. He was appointed CIO in 2000 and is also responsible for coverage of the consumer/commercial services sector. Additionally, Aronow serves as a member of AB’s Talent Development Team. Prior to joining the firm in 1999, he was responsible for research and portfolio management for the small-cap consumer and automobiles/transportation sectors at INVESCO (NY) (formerly Chancellor Capital Management). Aronow joined Chancellor in 1994 as a small-cap analyst, primarily focusing on automobiles/transportation, specialty finance and consumer-related companies. Previously, he was a senior associate with Kidder, Peabody & Co. for five years. Aronow holds a BA with a concentration in philosophy and a minor in economics from Colgate University, and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

Are Small-Cap Stocks Further Along the Road to Recovery?
Think Small in a Trade War? Yes, but Think Carefully, Too
Will Tax Cuts Yield a Small-Cap Windfall?
Can Small-Caps Resume Their Rocket Ride?
Trump and Small-Caps: A Perfect Match?
Steer Toward Small-Caps with Hands on the Wheel
Confronting Big Fears About Smaller Stocks
After the Perfect Storm in US Smaller-Cap Stocks

SMID-Caps: To Know Them Is to Love Them

by Bruce Aronow, James MacGregor

It’s an opportunity born of neglect. Small-cap stocks have historically been the star performers of equities, handily outpacing large-cap stocks. And because they can get lost so easily in the grand sweep of the markets, small companies are often misunderstood and mispriced. That makes them great sources of alpha potential, especially for investors who take the time to get to know them well.


Likes 0

The content on this page may include link(s) that will take you out of our website. This is provided for your information and convenience. We are not responsible for the content of any third party's website, including the website(s) you may link to. We are not affiliated with any other website and do not endorse any information contained on any third party's website.

Back to a top