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Harry Milling

Harry Milling is a mutual fund analyst with He welcomes email but cannot meet requests for customized portfolio advice.


DFA's Bob Deere describes how flexibility found with substituting highly correlated stocks and allowing more time for trades provides investors with better trading advantages.

Early Manager of the Year contender Joe Milano of T. Rowe Price New America Growth highlights the portfolio's mix of durable and mature growth companies and his positioning for 2010.

Hotchkis and Wiley manager Ray Kennedy, formerly of PIMCO, says high-yield investors should take a close look at restructured securities, secured bonds, and certain beaten-down sectors.