NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Investors looking for contrarian plays in the coming year may want to try Yahoo (YHOO - Get Report) and Iron Mountain (IRM - Get Report), says Adam Seessel, manager of the RiverPark/Gravity Long-Biased Fund.The mutual fund, which is still awaiting a ticker symbol, was launched Oct. 1 at $10 a share and recently traded at $10.29. The fund invests primarily in large-cap companies, but has the ability to short stocks as well. At last check, the fund was 60% long, 10% short, with the balance in cash. Seessel previously co-managed a $200 million fund at Davis Funds.
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