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You could also consider other index funds. Vanguard has a slew of them. The S&P500 has "large company bias", which has been good the last few years. If you invest in an index fund that's tied to the wider market, or small caps in particular, you'll be looking good when the worm turns, and small companies outperform large ones. When will that be? I'm too Foolish to venture a guess...
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