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The small stocks in the S&P 500 index outperformed the big ones by a gigantic margin, 10% a year on average, over the study’s 2000–19 period.The fundamental flaw in cap-weighted index funds|Geoffrey Colvin|January 7, 2021|Fortune
The next-to-last is a big one, and thankfully the handhold helped me avoid a nasty tumble.Aboard Amtrak’s Crescent, surprising comfort and welcome seclusion on a slow train to Mississippi|Scott Butterworth|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
Personal finance experts love to debate the minutiae of lattes, but the most important purchases in terms of keeping your finances in order will be the big ones—housing and transportation.How your personal finances can survive a pandemic|Lee Clifford|December 28, 2020|Fortune
Google’s December 2020 Core update was a big one according to many of the data providers.Some early observations on the Google December core update|Marie Haynes|December 24, 2020|Search Engine Land
With Apple gear, you can use Apple’s own wireless AirPlay standard to beam your small screen over to the big one.How to put video calls on your TV|David Nield|December 9, 2020|Popular-Science
Last night the big one-eyed fellow came back just before dawn.
Finally, towards noon to-day, the big one-eyed man returned once more, but this time clad in a peasant's blouse and cap.
Bathed in tears he returned with her into the house, while the big one-eyed man rode off at a gallop.
My mother lived in the yard in a big one-room log hut with a brick chimney.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
Dan handed over his big one-bladed outdoor knife, and Puck began to carve out a piece of turf from the centre of the Ring.Puck of Pook's Hill|Rudyard Kipling