10 top picks for 2014

In InvestorPlace's annual contest, 10 experts each pick their top stock for the new year.

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Jan 11, 2014 3:09PM
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10 top picks for 2014

1. The American People.
2. The 95% not addicted to QE American People.
3. The American People who aren't protecting themselves through unfair hiring practices.
4. People with a work ethic not a text pecker unethic.
5. Any politician working for free until the economy sustains on it's own.
6. Anyone who put America ahead of their party, group, sect or religion.
7. Everyone who didn't inherit a multi-billion dollar corporation and use it to harm the rest of us.
8. All Americans who pay their fair share of taxes.
9. Everyone who may vacation offshore, not hide money offshore.
10. Every America who helps close the banks, end the Fed and to get rid of Wall Street.
Jan 13, 2014 12:39PM
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Today's opening not a whole lot different than most of last week's....Hanging in there until about 1100 hrs that manipulators called to accelerate the selling....We are still trying to keep up though....Will be an interesting afternoon....Plenty of these scumbags on and off the floor though, not a good thing....We will see how things develop....Be cautious...More later.
Jan 13, 2014 12:54PM
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FWIW 'top picks'--remember the Wall St Journal used to have several money managers pick top choices, then the WSJ editors physically taped the stock quotes page on the wall and threw darts at it. Then they followed for 3-4 months and gave results. As often as not, the darts won. The Journal doesn't do that anymore, the money managers must have had a lot of angry clients.
Jan 13, 2014 2:13PM
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To nobody's surprise manipulators took complete control of these markets, right before 1230 hrs they started accelerating so down we went....Triple digits and counting, they are not fooling around today but manipulating things at will....Three long hours to go folks, play defense, crooks are in charge and they will do and undo at will for the rest of the day...All we can do is try to minimize the damage...More after the close.
Jan 13, 2014 10:55AM
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V L:I`M BACK  !Get rid of wall street ?Are you nuts?
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