8 great stocks for less than $5

Investors can offset the risks of owning smaller companies by identifying those with strong finances and bullish insiders. The rewards should come as confidence returns to the market.

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Jul 18, 2012 9:51AM
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May 27, 2013 12:06PM
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Whatever the issue is with Brad Pitt not recognizing or remembering faces is not everyones business.  I am really tired of these petty posts about other human beings issues.  This is not our concern.  We have other issues in  our personal lives other than his recognitions.  Get a life if this is what you are staying up late not sleeping over.  You that are concerned net to get a life!
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