Small caps are primed to outperform large caps over the next decade


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It might be time to buy into small-cap stocks even though they are lagging their large-cap counterparts, some strategists say.

The Russell 2000 — which tracks small-cap stocks — has dropped more than 9% over the past year. The S&P 500 — Wall Street’s preferred index for large-cap stocks — is up slightly over that time period.

This gap has brought small-cap valuations to their most attractive levels in years relative to large caps, presenting investors with a big buying opportunity for the long haul. Small caps also tend to outperform large caps when the Fed cuts…


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