9 Stocks Top Managers Are Buying
Managers from Dodge & Cox, Oakmark, and Diamond Hill have picked up healthcare companies, energy concerns, and an online travel agent.
When our kids were still young, I belonged to a monthly book club with our pediatrician. Several other moms participated, too. Although we talked about what we’d read each time we met, conversation inevitably turned to our kids--and our pediatrician friend patiently granted our thinly veiled requests for free medical advice. Is this year’s FluMist as effective as the standard flu shot? How can I help my bed-wetter to make it through the night? And given X, Y, and Z symptoms, does my kid need an antibiotic?
In a similar vein, we like picking the brains of some of our favorite fund managers for some free stock ideas. Today, we’re sharing some of the latest purchases from a trio of managers of highly rated mutual funds.
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