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Bill Miller took a clean slate and is building a fund unlike his Legg Mason Value Trust.
There's still life left in Dell, Intel, Cisco and Microsoft, and here are the funds poised to profit.
But the best way to invest is through diversified funds rather than financial-sector funds.
Also, what's the deal with Kevin Landis' Legato pick?
Or not, which is why the 1999 chart-toppers' list doesn't mean much.
Picks offer a mix of old and new tech, big and small companies. Some are surprising, others aren't.
The stock's 10-point drop Wednesday morning is 'not that bad,' the fund manager says.
A look at the stock and fund picks, right and wrong, from the past year's Under the Hood columns.
And we want online trading discounts. Hey, we can wish, can't we?
It's not your typical patronizing drivel.