Shares of mutual holding companies, habitually the laggards of the small capitalization universe, may at long last be winning favor with investors.

The companies, which sell a minority stake to the public while keeping a majority of shares in private hands to retain control of the underlying thrift institution, have recently outperformed fully converted thrifts in the market.

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