As the post-election market landscape continues to take the shape of a bull, the smart investor may want to invest not only in mutual funds, but mutual fund firms themselves, USA Today reports.

While the Standard & Poor’s 500 has risen 5.5% this year, the top-10 public mutual fund companies have risen 14%. Over the past 10 years, the numbers are even more staggering. While the S&P has gained 195% over that time, the Lipper Management Company Index, the research firm’s measure of those top 10 companies, has plowed ahead 346%.

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