8 dirt-cheap tech stocks

Compared with the market, some big names in tech -- including Intel and Google -- and some interesting small ones are going for bargain prices. Is it buying time?

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Dec 25, 2012 2:17PM
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Ben and Obama are giving the banks money at near zero interest and we will pay for this soon. Free money is why the banks are doing so well and Wall street also.
Dec 29, 2012 9:56PM
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What they forgot to mention is that these stocks are never going to gain anything for you either.
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were is sony, there stock is dirt cheap
Dec 25, 2012 1:43PM
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The Dow is up from 8158 when Obama took office to 13190, a 61% increase with 33

straight months of job growth.That`s the facts.It`s too bad the lazy far right just lets

Rush do their thinking.10 years from now, no matter who`s in the WH the debt

will be a lot higher and so will the stock market.Don`t worry, make money.

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