BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Stocks under $5, such as TeamStaff ( TSTF) and Majesco Entertainment ( COOL), have more than doubled already this year even as most small-cap stocks have been brutalized by economic weakness and global debt woes.Small-cap stocks have been the big winners during the two-year bull market that followed one of the worst worldwide recessions. Money managers argue that now is a time for investors to get defensive and move into less-risky asset classes like large-cap equities. On the other end of the capitalization spectrum, some small-cap stocks have seen outsized gains even as most have underperformed.
10. Sify Technologies ( SIFY) Company Profile: Based in India, Sify Technologies is an Internet service provider. Shares of Sify Technologies spiked higher in April to a high of $8.54 as a high-growth play for investors looking for exposure to India. The company this year has announced partnerships and plans for expansion, and the stock has rallied like fellow India Internet company Rediff.com ( REDF). Both Sify and Rediff.com have fallen steadily since the beginning of May along with the broader market. Current Share Price: $4.48 (Aug. 30) 2011 Total Return: 98% Analyst Ratings: No research analyst has coverage of Sify. TheStreet Ratings also does not have research on Sify.