BOSTON (TheStreet) -- The Russell 2000, a small-cap barometer, has fallen 2.6% during the past three months. But the sell-off in individual stocks has been more pronounced. Here are three that have dropped at least 20%. Analysts predict a big rebound in these shares.
2. Gleacher & Co. ( GLCH) is an investment bank. The company recently changed its name from Broadpoint Gleacher. Since 2007, it has grown revenue 70% annually, on average. Its shares have tumbled 24% during the past three months.