Jay Kaplan On Nasdaq: The Case For Small-Cap Footwear
article 10-18-2019

Jay Kaplan On Nasdaq: The Case For Small-Cap Footwear

PM Jay Kaplan was a guest on Nasdaq’s TradeTalks to discuss why he believes small-cap footwear is an evergreen business.

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Jay Kaplan recently joined host Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq’s TradeTalks to explain why he believes small-cap footwear is an attractive opportunity currently.

Watch Jay’s appearance here.

“The price points are low,” he said of the appeal of footwear companies, where consumers “can freshen up your wardrobe and not spend a lot of money.”

Watch Jay’s appearance here.

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