hen it comes to consistently beating the S&P 500, the successor to Legg Mason’s legendary Bill Miller is likely to have a foreign accent — or at least an investment focus outside the U.S. As the door mercifully closed on 2008, TheStreet.com Ratings parsed its database of stock mutual funds for any that have outperformed the S&P 500 total-return index during each of the past 10 calendar years. Only a quartet of internationally focused funds, listed in the accompanying table, passed the test.