The S&P 500 beat both Dow, and Nasdaq in 2021 by the widest margin in 24 years. Here's what history says happens in 2022.

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The S&P 500 beat both the Dow and the Nasdaq in a calendar year. Here’s what the data shows about gains in the following year that that happens.

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