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It’s time to ditch one of the past year’s hottest trades

Small-cap stocks are lagging their larger-cap peers so far this year, and some market watchers say their underperformance could continue.

Source: CNBC.com

Small stocks lag behind

Smaller-cap stocks are lagging the S&P 500 this year. Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray and Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discuss with Eric Chemi.

Source: CNBC.com

Expect double-digit earnings growth in 2017: Pro

Mike Ryan, UBS chief investment strategist, and Joseph Quinlan, U.S. Trust, provide their take on the Trump rally, Federal Reserve policy and where they are seeing investment opportunities. We still like energy, technology and the big, large cap names, says Quinlan. But Ryan cautions he is seeing some political capital being burned early.

Source: CNBC.com

Don't be fooled by Apple's record high

Apple is further from a $1 trillion market cap than it was in 2015. CNBC's Eric Chemi explains.

Source: CNBC.com

Don't be fooled by Apple's record high

Apple is further from a $1 trillion market cap than it was in 2015.

Source: CNBC.com

Here are some mind-blowing stats about Apple’s incredible run

Since May, Apple has rallied nearly 50 percent and gained more than $200 billion in market cap. But that's only part of the story.

Source: CNBC.com

Two years ago Apple's market cap was $700 billion. Now, it's finally back

Apple crested the $700-billion level it last hit in February 2015.

Source: CNBC.com

Small-cap stocks hit first record high since December

The Russell 2000 notched its first all-time high since after it broke above 1,392.71.

Source: CNBC.com

Apple has $246 billion. Who should they buy?

Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets, and Will Power, Robert W. Baird, discuss whether Apple should use it's massive $246 billion in cash to acquire another big-cap name.

Source: CNBC.com

S&P reaches $20 trillion in market cap as Trump trade continues

U.S. stocks opened higher on Monday as investors remained bullish on President Donald Trump's economic agenda.

Source: CNBC.com