With the stock market rebounding since March, small- and mid-cap stocks have led the way, true to textbook cases of the beginning of bull markets, The Wall Street Journal reports.

As proof of this, the Russell 2000 Index is up 29% year to date through Thursday, far ahead of the S&P 500’s 14% gain. Even within the S&P 500, the top 50 stocks are up 19%, whereas of the remaining 450 stocks, 373 are up an average 30%.

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