NEW YORK - Fund companies that might be ramping up for a rush by investors from value to growth would be wise to listen to Warren Koontz, Jr., manager of the Loomis Sayles Large Cap Value Fund.

Koontz, who has been at the helm of the Boston fund firm's flagship value fund since 2000, thinks an equilibrium - where one investing strategy no longer pummels the other for extended periods - is beginning to settle on the markets.

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