Cramer, James
January 1996
New Republic;1/8/96-1/15/96, Vol. 214 Issue 2/3, p19
Addresses the problem faced by Fidelity Magellan Fund manager Jeff Vinik in selling Micron at about the time Magellan shareholders were reading that he owned the stock in the U.S. Consequences of his action; Possibility that a fund manager will take advantage of press publicity; Type of investment advice that might be received from professionals if the press continue to lynch managers who change their minds.


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