BofA: Small Caps Stand To Benefit More Under TrumpBala Murali Krishna
Small caps have routinely outperformed large caps since 1926 – delivering 11.4% annual returns versus 9.5% for the larger stocks. They win handily on a number of other criteria too. Yet they are not always on the horizon of investors because of obviously higher risks.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch believes the time might be ripe to look more favorably at small cap stocks . . .
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