Head over to the Washington Post for a long profile of the resurgent Bill Miller.
“I regret I didn’t retire in 2006,” Miller joked. “Then I would have had this extraordinary record nobody else ever had. They would have thought I was a genius. By 2009, I was like an idiot.”
Miller could have retired. He is wealthy and commutes between Baltimore and Vero Beach, Fla., a few miles from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Instead, he is doubling down. This year, he bought two mutual funds he had started at Legg Mason: the Miller Opportunity Trust and the Miller Income Fund.
“I would just call it the next stage as opposed to a second act,” Miller said.