BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- The most experienced mutual fund managers with the best 10-year performance records, including Bruce Berkowitz and Charles Dreifus, are buying shares of beaten-down financial companies, media firms and commodities suppliers.The veteran money managers, in their post for at least a decade, run mutual funds with average annual gains of 10% or better over 10 years, when the S&P 500 Index eked out a 1.4% advance per year. Their funds also carry Morningstar's highest rating of five stars, awarded for consistency, stability and acumen.
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