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In 2015, Little Is the New Big

When it comes to stocks, “big” is sometimes little — and “little” is sometimes big.

Here I’m referring here to the recent performance of small-cap stocks versus large-cap stocks.

Small caps include stocks with a market capitalization of between $300 million and $2 billion. The bulk of these companies are ones you probably have never heard of.

Large-cap stocks consist of stocks with a market cap of more than $10 billion. These stocks make up a huge chunk of the S&P 500 and include all of the household names you know.

Diverging Performance

Large-cap and small-cap stocks differ not only read more…