Big Favorites In Small CapsBy
Don't cry for small-capitalization stocks, which got a sound drubbing last year. Investment pro F. Van Kasper, a small-cap advocate, says they are due for a smart snapback in 1995. Even companies that had earlier posted record earnings got knocked in 1994. "That makes the group even more attractive, with many stocks way off their highs," he argues. He thinks healthy earnings will keep rolling in 1995 and 1996.
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