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April 24, 2013 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: WMT , GOOGL , AMGN

There are top fools here who excel at picks and remaining consistant.  So I began to wonder about mutual fund managers who excel as well and how to find them so I can put some of my money in their expert hands.  Well after a screen at mornigstar I found Biotechs Funds making huge gains.  What I also found is that the companies listed like Fidelity, ProFunds, and some others not only made great gains consistently they made gains in other funds in the company.  I would pick these to outperform the S&P and would select them in CAPS if fool allowed it, which they don't, which is stupid in my humble opinion because they do allow ETF sectors. 

 

These are the best funds hands down. The one I extremely recommend is the BIPIX. It has a history of 10years best in class.  One year return is currently almost 100%. Hope this helps. Here's what I like.





The Cook & Bynum FundCOBYX 15.31+0.05 (0.33%)






Fidelity Select...FBIOX 144.33+0.04 (0.03%)






ProFunds UltraSector...WCPIX 44.38+0.15 (0.34%)






Prudential Jennison...PHLAX 35.20+0.33 (0.95%)






ProFunds Internet...INPIX 23.78+0.85 (3.71%)






Fidelity Advisor...FBTAX 15.090.00 (0.00%)






ProFunds Biotechnology...BIPIX 159.03+0.34 (0.21%)1.00 163.98159.03-4.95-3.02%+0.34-3.02% PIMCO StocksPLUS Long... PSLDX9.17+0.09 (0.99%)






Franklin Biotechnology... FBDIX107.62+0.87 (0.81%)






John Hancock Variable... JEHSX24.88+0.17 (0.69%)






VALIC Co. I Health... VCHSX16.04+0.11 (0.69%)






ProFunds UltraSector... HCPIX27.23+0.26 (0.96%)






Rydex Series Trust... RYOAX49.03+0.17 (0.35%)






Fidelity Select... FBMPX66.84+0.30 (0.45%)






Direxion Monthly S&P... DXSLX57.26+1.17 (2.09%)






ProFunds Pharmaceuticals... PHPIX16.60+0.21 (1.28%)

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 24, 2013 at 2:52 AM, valuemoneygreen (85.64) wrote:

Excellent post. I do the same thing. I have funds I look at for ideas. That is also why I like CAPS so much. There are certain players I look at for investing ideas. I have a list of companies about eighty or so I would put money into. If I see one of the players or top fund managers putting more or starting a position in one of them I investigate further to see if some of my money should be going there also. It is a fine way to get ideas. I look at Berkshire's investment first and foremost because their ideas and thinking are in line with my thoughts. I also look at FAIRX, Seqioa, T2 parterns or Witney Tilson, and many more NON diversified funds. I like managers who take big stakes and have years and years of success. I like to follow people who think in line with what I think then I can easily judge if it is a good idea or not. 

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#2) On April 24, 2013 at 10:20 AM, Mega (99.96) wrote:

There aren't many great mutual funds, maybe a handful out of thousands.

In general if they are smart they would be better off running hedge funds.

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