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What are stocks like Marriott and Wal-Mart doing in a Wired fund? "Wired" doesn't equal "tech."
The longest-serving chairman looks back over his eight years in the hot seat.
It's their loss. Bond bulls look forward to continued outperformance.
For many of these funds, the price of purity has been an overdependence on tech stocks.
There are signs the current upturn won't fizzle like last year's.
In fact, the sector seems to do well during weeks in which the Fed acts on interest rates.
Scudder's Peter Chin has slashed tech holdings and added a t-shirt maker and an auto auctioneer.
The Yale economist discusses new eras, irrational exuberance and what investors should do now.
Prudential's Ed Keon and Davis Funds' Chris Davis uncover growth stock stories the market is missing.
But this isn't like IPO investing -- there are no quick profits here.