A Brighter Glow On Alumax?By
"The music has to stop--sometime," says Tony Hitschler, speaking of the market's record climb. "So what we're doing is accumulating some truly ignored and depressed stocks." There are still plenty of worthwhile issues that, for whatever reason, have lagged behind this year, notes Hitschler, head of Brandywine Asset Management, which steers some $4.5 billion.
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