Each day, The Wall Street Journal publishes a list of large-cap winners. Here are Monday's best:

Company

Closing Price

CAPS Rating (out of 5)

% Change

52-Week Range

Nike (NYSE:NKE)

$63.92

****

1.22%

$44.08-$64.74

Limited Brands (NYSE:LTD)

$22.24

**

0.68%

$20.73-$32.60

Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC)

$33.22

***

0.58%

$30.77-$44.00

Liberty Media Capital (NASDAQ:LCAPA)

$128.74

*****

0.15%

$85.89-$129.21

Williams Companies (NYSE:WMB)

$34.93

****

0.09%

$23.72-$36.25

Sources: The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Finance, Motley Fool CAPS.

Our top gainer, Nike, was once again up for reasons not yet reported. So be it. We Fools prefer buy-to-hold stock stories anyway. Are any of our large-cap leaders worth owning over the next three to five years?

Liberty Media Capital, the holding company for Starz entertainment and others, could be. The more than 65,000 professional and amateur investors in our Motley Fool CAPS community collectively give the stock five out of five stars. Here is some of the reasoning behind the rating.

Investoramateur writes, "[T]his stock is trading at [a] 40% discount because of tax issues. [I] believe the management team [will be] able to unlock the underlying value."

RaplhCramden adds:

What an interesting company. QVC. TruePosition. They have all the E911 wireless positioning market that Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) doesn't have -- effectively [the] only two players in country, it seems.

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Fool contributor Tim Beyers, who is ranked 11,316 out of more than 65,000 participants in CAPS, didn't own shares in any of the companies mentioned in this article at the time of publication. Find Tim's portfolio here and his latest blog commentary here. The Motley Fool's disclosure policy doesn't need to be large in order to be in charge, but it is.