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Byline: KEN HOOVER
Doug Foreman's faith in his tech stocks has remained unshaken despite the worst bear market in a generation. And he thinks the names he holds in the $100 million TCW Galileo Aggressive Growth Fund are the survivors poised for rapid growth once good times return.
The past three years haven't been kind to aggressive growth funds, especially those that feast on tech. The fund lost 33.3% in 2000, 34.7% in 2001 and 35.5% in 2002, each year lagging its mid-cap growth peers tracked by Morningstar Inc. That came after above-average gains of 63.3% in 1998 and 127.6% in 1999.
But this year the fund is up even as most major indexes were holding underwater. Foreman was …