By John Tierney 26-04-2021
In: hive-exclusives | Equities

Why Growth Stocks Are Looking Good Again

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To say that equities in 2021 have been a battle royale between large- versus small-capitalization stocks and growth versus value would be an understatement.

For the record, over the past 20 years, smaller caps have tended to outperform large caps (Chart 1).[1] There is no good reason to think that will stop being the case – at least for buy-and-hold investors over the medium term.


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