By Tim McLaughlin BOSTON, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Investors are notorious for chasing the hot stock or the hot mutual fund, only to be gravely disappointed when they learn that past is not prologue, after all. But as we rejig our portfolios for 2014, looking at who has been naughty and who has been nice to our annual return, why not consider investing in one of 2013's real stinkers? It's a contrarian strategy, to be sure. ...
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