Even when it comes to small-cap stocks, the funds that garner most of the attention are the large ones. Although few people outside of the investing world may have heard of the $933 million Delafield fund of New York, it has quietly been leaving its bigger competitors in the dust .

Helmed by co-managers Dennis Delafield and Vincent Sellecchia, the fund is unhampered by any one style or market cap. Delafield and Sellecchia are free to roam where the bargains are, be they big companies with household name recognition or obscure stocks as little known as the Delafield fund itself.

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