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A fund manager who’s crushed most of his peers by buying the market’s biggest cash cows breaks down 5 non-tech stocks driving his performance
  • The T. Rowe Price Blue Chip Growth Fund has outperformed the broader stock market on average since 1993, and its returns sit in the 92nd percentile on a five-year basis.
  • Like many other funds that invest in strong earnings growers, its top holdings include Amazon and other tech giants.
  • In a recent interview with Business Insider, fund manager Larry Puglia discussed his bull case for five non-tech stocks that have boosted the fund's performance. 
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