Despite the compelling track records of micro caps and mega caps, not many investors have been impressed. Only a few funds specialize in stocks with extreme sizes. Many financial advisors figure that they can cover the field with broad funds that hold stocks of all sizes. But there is a clear case for emphasizing the top funds in the extreme groups. Adding a dose of tiny or giant stocks can help to diversify portfolios. And some of the best performers have outpaced the benchmarks by wide ... Freemium Content

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