Too Big To Grow. "Companies that are huge, highly profitable cash machines and dominate their industries, are also typical of the stagnant class of stocks called large caps, with stock prices that have been dead in the water for several years. Why? Have they become too big to grow—or at least too big to grow fast enough for Wall Street's voracious appetites? Or are they just in the cyclical doldrum, poised for a big rebound?" Ball-point pen, acrylic, digital.