8 jolly giants that are cheap now
Years of market turmoil have the stocks of many leading companies -- think GE and Berkshire Hathaway -- trading cheap compared with the rest of the market.
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Thank you MSN (sarcasm) for telling people to buy these stocks while the Dow is at a record high. We also haven't had a market correction of 10% in over 500 days, which means we are way overdue for one. By the time suckers like you/us decide to get into the market after reading things like these MSN articles, the Wall Street big boys have already dumped their shares and are shorting the market.
Would you buy a car that's really popular right now (market hype) and selling for more than it's worth, or would you wait for it to go on sale (market correction)?
We all must always remember when companies like these list stocks to buy they are just waiting for you to buy them to drive the price up a couple of bucks so they can unload a few million shares they have been sitting on to make a few million bucks to make payroll at our expense. Ignore them and do your homework
BOYCOTT GE NO TAXES BIG PORK STIMULUS BAILOUTS AND GREEN ENERGY MONEY FROM OBAMA AND DEMOCRATS! AND
THEIR OTHER COMPANIES LIKE NBC NOTHING BUT COMMUNIST AND GE PRODUCTS ESPECIALLY THEIR CRAPPY GREEN
ENERGY RIPOFF APPLICANCES! THIS IS SOCIALIST CORRUPTION AT IT'S WORST! THEIR NEW LIGHTBULBS ARE TOXIC
AND EXPENSIVE JUST THE CRAPPY VOLT BATTERY BUT THEY GOT GREEN MONEY TO FORCE AMERICANS TO BUY CRAP!
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