Small, Prosaic And Promising
It was May of 1995, and I had the unshakable conviction that, after a year of submission to large-cap stocks, shares of little companies would rise. They didn't. The next year, I suspected a small-cap rebound was close at hand. It wasn't. Over the 1997-99 period, I guessed small caps might come back someday soon. Nope. With the new millennium, I turned agnostic.
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