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Byline: KEN HOOVER
Neal Miller doesn't bother much with computer screens to help him find stocks to buy. And he doesn't worry about complicated rules that are supposed to put him in the best names. He doesn't think about whether he's a value or a growth investor.
He relies on a brain that makes connections that other people don't make, and tries to see the future before others do.
Some of his insights become stock picks for Fidelity New Millennium Fund, which he has managed since its 1992 inception.
He's had plenty of good ideas. The proof is the fund's performance. It has the best record of any U.S. diversified stock fund over the past 10 years, up an annualized 17.04% through Dec. 31, 2002, according to Morningstar Inc.
That beats the S&P 500 by an average annual …