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Market experts wary but eager

Portfolio managers may be dizzy after the recent gymnastics in a market that's had an unhappy new year.That hasn't stopped a few from dumpster diving. The Federal Reserve's big interest-rate cut last week put a shine on at least a few tarnished financial stocks, and selected tech issues are getting some love. "You make your best investments at the worst times, and there's certainly lots of indiscriminate panic right now," said Jeffrey Bronchick, chief investment officer at Reed Conner & Birdwell in Los Angeles. "The worse you feel in your stomach, the more you should be looking for stocks to buy."Many investors are feeling pretty bad at the moment. Stock markets around the globe have...

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