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Bill Miller: The Time To Buy

Bill Miller of Legg Mason Capital appeared on CNBC today for the first time in about a year. Interviewing him was another great investor, John Rogers of Ariel Capital. It was a good morning for fans of value investing. The main topic of conversation was with the current dismal sentiment among investors, where is the stock market going in the near term. Miller expressed that he had no idea about the timing of ups or downs in the market but expressed now is the best time to invest since the 1980's.

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