William Danoff — The Lone Wolf
“This Man has the Most Tinely Tuned Survival Instincts”
William is a counter-punching growth investor with an uncanny knack for getting in and out
before the crowd and turning a handsome profit on the way.
He's a stock-picker extraordinaire with a healthy aversion to risk. Not only does he have a great nose
for growth potential but he also knows how to keep volatility well under control so he eliminates wild ups and downs along the way.
Few managers have done a better job than he did with tech stocks. He cut way back on
them in early 2001 and then picked up enough to make good returns when they rebounded in
2003. Good instincts.
Danoff is a vice president and portfolio manager with Fidelity Investments who he
joined in 1986 as a securities analyst and portfolio manager. Prior to that he was a
research analyst for Furman Selz in New York City, covering advertising stocks and
Danoff was president of the Boston Retail Analysts Society from 1987 to 1989.
The fund we are investing in to gain access to Money Master William Danoff is:
|Fund Name:||Fidelity New Insights|
The fund seeks capital appreciation through investing in domestic and foreign
common stocks of undervalued companies - either growth stocks or value stocks or
both. The fund uses fundamental analysis of each issuer's financial condition and
industry position and market and economic conditions to select investments.
Click here for the Fund Fact Sheet.
* Notes: The 10-year average return shown for FCNTX/FINSX is for the 10-year
period 01/01/02 - 12/31/11. The average was calculated by adding the results for
the 10 consecutive calendar years shown and dividing that result by 10.
The 10-year average return and 10 individual annual performance results are
shown with all dividends and gains reinvested and are net of all fund fees. All
fund expenses have already been deducted from the percentage results shown.
Source for Calendar year results: Zephyr StyleADVISOR
Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Actual future results will vary.
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