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Returning 7.7% YTD, S&P 100 stocks are beating the S&P 500 (+5.1%) by the widest margin...

Returning 7.7% YTD, S&P 100 stocks are beating the S&P 500 (+5.1%) by the widest margin since 1999. It's a reversal of the trend of the last 3 years in which mega-caps trailed the broader average. "Mega-caps are just cheap compared to other segments of the stock market," says Russ Koesterich. Rising dividends aren't hurting either.
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    Anything resembling 1999 seems scary.
    18 Jun 2012, 03:59 PM Reply Like
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