Funds management should look a lot different at the end of 2017. Fewer funds, lower fees for index huggers and more rewards for active managers. Underperformers should start to look more like ETFs. Cross shareholdings rationalized. We dream that the 20 per cent of managers doing better than the index will be rewarded. A growing discount to NTA of underperformers will compound. Opportunities and rewards for active managers will be much greater in 2017. Because more than 40 per cent of all activity is computer driven and the FED has become the central economic planning authority for the world, we outline which of six famous stock picker models are most likely to benefit, (Buffett, Lynch, O’Shaughnessy, Zweig, Graham and O'Neill) and give specific examples of investments they would be considering right now.