You've always heard that it would be very hard for Apple and Intel to double given their actual size. So, you didn't invest your money there.
Was it a good idea? Was it a better idea to gamble on some nano caps? Let's take a look at the 18 biggest caps in the world (all over 225 billion dollars) and let's see what was their performance on the stock market over the last 5 years:
Ali Express: 93%
Bank of America: 74%
Berkshire Hathaway: 62%
Johnson and Johnson: 31%
JP Morgan: 86%
Wells Fargo: 4%
Exxon Mobil: -17%
Average performance: 94%
S&P 500 performance: 64%
TSX/S&P performance: 28%
Some will say that Amazon did the difference for that group. Well, if we erase Amazon from the list, we have 17 stocks with an average return of 79%, which still beats the market. If you're a real motherfucker, you'll tell me to erase Apple, Microsoft and Unitedhealth, until the numbers will be OK for you to destroy my point.
Anyway, once again, Penetrator destroys stupid myths that made you unable to reach the homo sapiens level. But I'm not sure that you deserve that title. Because you don't think by yourself like you should do. We're still at the point where we believe what's repeated to us several times. That's why humanity is so slow to evolve.
I've came to the point of believing that I'm like that fucking monolith in 2001: A Space Odyssey. At my contact, you evolve and you're ready for another stage of evolution. And that's the less I can compare to.