Big Growth A-Go-Go

Clash, James M.
December 2006
Forbes Asia;12/11/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p68
The article discusses about large-capitalization growth stocks. Such category is rated sixtieth out of the 62 stock fund categories. John Jostrand, manager of the William Blair Growth Fund, believes that big growth stocks would improve again. Large-capitalization growth fund yield a consistent annual return of 11% for the past 25 years. One factor that would benefit such growth fund is the diminishing fear over terrorism. Jostrand cites biotechnology company Amgen as a promising company in large growth stocks.


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