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Stocks tumbled on Wednesday in a broad sell-off, sending the benchmark S&P 500 lower for a fourth straight day, erasing October gains.
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Five-star fund manager Steven Romick of First Pacific Advisors criticized the level of government intervention in General Motors.
Steven Romick's five-star fund invests in all kinds of markets. The portfolio manager of First Pacific Advisors' FPA Crescent fund -- up an average of 12.85 percent per year over the last five years -- says he'd rather look at securities rated BBB than AAA.
Craig Hester acknowledges the economy is likely to keep slowing down through the year ahead, but he thinks the slowdown will stop short of a recession, and he sees promise for investors in the stocks of a couple of firms spun off from troubled giants.
Shares of band Tyco International and its spun-off units Covidien and Tyco Electronics, declined on Monday in their first official day of trading as separate entities.