Category: Small Growth

Q1 2022 Essex Exchange

The bad news finally overwhelmed the optimism of US investors during the first quarter of 2022 with the S&P 500 Stock Index de-clining 4.6%. Remarkably, this was only the fourth quarterly decline in the broad stock market averages in the past five years and the seventh such quarterly decline in the last 40 quarters. Much worse than expected inflation...Click Here... Read more ›

Essex 2021 ESG Update

Essex 2021 ESG Update Essex Investment Management, LLC, an independent, employee-owned institutional investment firm, continued to build upon our ESG progress from 2020 during the 2021 year. Essex became an official member of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) in 2020 and we satisfied our annual reporting requirement to the PRI for the first time in 2021. In 2021,... Read more ›

Nancy Prial Featured on TD Ameritrade Discussing a Possible Market Correction

Essex's CO-CEO, Nancy Prial, recently shared her thoughts on why she thinks the markets are in a pause right now and why they may be due for a correction.  She also shares her thoughts on specific investment areas and stocks to watch.  To see the entire video, please click here.         Please find important disclosures here. Read more ›

Nancy Prial Featured in the Wall Street Journal on Small Caps

Nancy Prial, Essex’s CO-CEO, was recently featured in an article with the Wall Street Journal addressing the boom of small cap stocks that has been continuing on an upward trend since last Fall.  To view the entire article please click here.   Please note you do need a Wall Street Journal membership to read the full story.   Please find important... Read more ›

Nancy Prial’s Reaction to the Fed’s Comments on Possible Rise in Interest Rates

Essex's Co-CEO and Senior Portfolio Manager, Nancy Prial, was recently quoted in an article on CNBC in relation to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comments about interest rates potentially rising the second half of the year. To view the entire article, please click here.     Please find important disclosures here Read more ›