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The S&P 500 dropped 19% last year, its worst performance since the Great Recession, and the benchmark index is still 18% off its high. Since its inception in 1957, the S&P 500 has generally rebounded in the year following a decline. Past performance is never a guarantee of future returns, but history says the S&P 500 could rebound sharply this year.
These stocks are monsters now. They'll probably be much bigger monsters over the next decade and beyond.
These companies were built for the long game and are poised for big upside when the economy improves.