Rules of the Game: The Roaring Gainers of 2012, Part II

Earlier this week I wrote about Regneron (REGN), one of the big-cap price leaders in 2012. As I mentioned previously, most of the year's biggest movers are categorized as small- or mid-caps. That's no big surprise, as smaller stocks tend to sport more explosive price growth than do larger counterparts.

In this installment, I'll focus on some more large-cap names that have shown off some nice moves in 2012. To reiterate my screening criteria: I included stocks that are priced at $15 or higher and trade at least 500,000 shares per day, and which have advanced 75% or more in 2012....398 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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