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US small caps: will the consumer reign supreme in 2020?

US equities in general were stand-outs in 2019, driven by a number of factors including strong consumer-led growth. Will this and other trends continue into 2020? Join us as Bob Kaynor looks at the state of the US consumer, and where investors may want to focus their US equity exposure as we enter the later stages of a 11+ year bull market market environment.
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