Ben Richards of Seneca Financial Solutions points out a potential uptick in small caps in the market, highlighting a possible end to their recent downward trajectory. He notes that there is a surge in corporate activities across diverse industries, especially in small and micro caps. This surge, considers Ben, is primarily due to the over-selling of small caps, which has paved the way for heightened activity among traders and private finance buyers. There’s a chance, Ben states, to capitalize on these activities by investing in small caps and diversifying the portfolio. He emphasizes that small-cap stocks hold unique risks and opportunities which are not as dependent on macroeconomic indicators as their larger counterparts. Ben maintains that these distinct factors potentially render the small-caps segment an appealing option for investors.