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After lagging their larger brethren in 2011, small-cap stocks are seen reverting to something...

After lagging their larger brethren in 2011, small-cap stocks are seen reverting to something near their long-term historical average next year, say analysts at Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse. Merrill sees "many attractive stocks based on forward P/E and price to cash," while CS names some names: TEN, SFY, SNV, PENN, CVH.
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  • torahislife
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    Small caps might eventually revert to their averages "next year", but odds are looking better that they'll first revert to their 2009 lows.
    15 Dec 2011, 05:10 PM Reply Like
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