14 picks for 2014 and how to buy them

Not every stock on this list is an outright buy now, but these undervalued giants and smaller growth companies are all trading at a hefty discount to their real value.

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Jan 17, 2014 5:12PM
Well, sadly we weren't able to keep the S&P positive, even got worse after the socialist, inept village idiot spewed all his lies; manipulators love it when the buffoon speaks....Scumbags going home feeling better, especially after Tuesday and Wednesday...Oh well, we will see what next week brings...Have a great weekend all.
Jan 17, 2014 8:11AM

What kinds of things are you looking for? regardless whether you are a trader or investor, what is the most important factor to you?

Feb 5, 2014 6:05AM

No doubt the 70 million boomers will place a demand on heath testing.

No doubt the increasing populations will put a demand on energy supplies.

No doubt the increasing populations will demand more water sources.

No doubt waste management will follow the above demands.

No doubt there will be a bump up for financial holdings and control.

All of the above are great proposals.

The doubt lives in the question where.

Want to catch a rocket ride, look for the next technological/I got to have/toy or fashion statement.

Let me know what you find.

Jan 17, 2014 12:38PM
The village idiot's lips are moving, he is lying as usual....Do not expect anything good from the markets, we are dropping as usual when these socialist buffoon opens his mouth....Remain cautious...More later.
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