Joel Tillinghast

Star manager with a new mandate is "very bullish" on his stocks.

Michael Ryval 14 February, 2003 | 2:00PM
A diligent bottom-up stock picker, Joel Tillinghast pays little attention to market indices or macroeconomic trends. Rather, he tries to find low-priced stocks of companies that can grow their earnings even in an adverse economic environment.

"I hope the stocks that I pick are undervalued," says Tillinghast, 44, co-manager of the $148-millionFidelity NorthStar and vice-president at Boston-based Fidelity Investments. "As long as they are building value, the stocks should do okay."

Tillinghast, who joined Fidelity in 1986, is a star in his own right. He is lead manager of the acclaimed US$15.5-billion Fidelity Low-Priced Stock, available only to U.S investors. Last year, Morningstar named him the domestic stock fund manager of the year in the U.S.

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