BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- With barely a month down in 2011, investors are making the most money from large-cap mutual funds in anticipation of a long-awaited revival of global economic growth.The Dow Jones Industrial Average, made up of 30 blue-chip, large-company stocks, broke the 12,000 level yesterday for the first time in 2 1/2 years. It has been buoyed by investors' upbeat take on corporate earnings and President Barack Obama's call to overhaul corporate taxes in his State of the Union speech Tuesday.
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