K48, on the JNPR board, found this one:http://cnnfn.cnn.com/2001/04/26/markets/wires/pundits_wg/It's a Reuters survey of the largest fund managers. The top 3 (of 10)are:#1: Michael Goldstein (S. C. Berenstein)#2: Abby Joseph Cohen (Goldman Sachs)#3: Ed Kerschner (UBS Warburg)I think we can listen to the people mentioned in the article, and ignore the rest. But even these guys can be wrong. The trick is to be able to listen when they're right. As one of the people interviewed said, "Forecasting is difficult, especially when it's about the future," quipped W. Anthony Hitschler, president of Wilmington, Delaware-based Brandywine Asset Management Inc."
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