The 10 best stocks in the world

Seasoned experts offer their best ideas for companies that are likely to richly reward investors in the next few years.

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Oct 4, 2012 2:30PM
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If Apple is the best stock to own we are doomed!
Oct 4, 2012 1:39PM
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EFI? I wouldnt touch this stock with a ten foot pole! The upper management is a shady as they come!!  Wasnt long ago when they were delisted from NASDAQ for back dating of options. Several were removed from the Board of Directors as a result but yet still remain employed there except the CFO resigned shortly afterwards, the CFO managed to pull out over 4 million dollars plus in stock options for less than 2 years of work!!!  Was he worth ANY of it ABSOLUTELY not he is a CROOK! The company has cash and looks to acquire business all the meanwhile laying off stating the budgets are constrained. I guess 100's of millions is the bank isnt enough for the corporate raiders to pillage from!  The CEO was literally given the job with zero knowledge of the Printing industry, he was an Israeli general living there, comes to the US and given the position. Must be nice to be handed the reins to so many futures. Also they banned XMAS at the company, no xmas trees, gift giving, cards etc... Tightwad theiving Jewish Aholes are running the show imposing their beliefs on American soil!
Oct 4, 2012 12:51PM
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The best stocks for me are NO STOCKS!
Oct 30, 2012 2:24PM
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The World gets wiser, and wise people never do business with Al-Qaeda.
The real Al-Qaeda, works on Wall Street (robbing 99% of investors)

I hope that'  the entire Wall Street will starve to death! :D  =)) =)) lol fucckkers!
GET A REAL JOB YOU LAZY COCKROACHES!
Oct 4, 2012 5:22PM
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Whenever I see something like this it tells me they are looking to churn a sucker bet. Bet 180 degrees from what they say.
Oct 4, 2012 9:48AM
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This list has about 4 good long term companies and 6 questionable ones.
Not bad for an outfit like Kiplinger that lives from commissions and fees.

Oct 30, 2012 12:50PM
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Apple, Boeing, Coach, and Qualcomm are good stocks. I would not buy airline stocks at all.

The best stocks I ever bought are Honeywell, AT&T, Vale, and Egov.

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Whenever I see "PICKED BY THE EXPERTS", it's simply time to move on.   
Oct 4, 2012 12:00PM
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Don't do it!  Look at what your savings account earns.  If the market is doig so well, why aren't our bankers getting better returns?  Buy stocks, & you'll just inflate their value beyond what's really there.  The balloon always bursts, & a quick glance at 1929 tells you what to expect.

Oct 18, 2012 12:42AM
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kathy and her friends are trying to sell a bridge to la la land! investors beware.

 

Oct 4, 2012 3:20PM
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QUOTE:  "But I am interested in owning companies that can grow in emerging economies."

 

Yeah, so am I.

Oct 17, 2012 10:25PM
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I have spent hundreds of hours on location with Schlumberger and would not even consider buying 1 share of their stock. Their management and equipment failed to meet expectations and requirements on a very regular basis.
Oct 17, 2012 7:27PM
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The best stocks I ever got into was penny stocks when Peak antifreeze just hit the charts. I made enough to buy a new rifle and a hunting license! Woohoo! 
Oct 30, 2012 12:38PM
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Wow comments say you article is BOGUS

You would give better advice writing about the Kardashians....

Oct 30, 2012 1:31PM
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Odd list, lame article........best stocks for who......time frames & risk tolerance goals matter.
Oct 30, 2012 12:37PM
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Chris you need help. Go see a therapist.
Oct 30, 2012 4:17PM
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The Wall Street hucksters never stop do they? Good old hindsight; it's 20/20. They don't publish stories about the 100 worst stocks to have owned like Lehman Brothers.

Markets are created by the rich to steal money from the middle class and make sure the poor stay poor so they can provide "de facto" slave labor.

If you buy stocks you better hedge it with some kind of short position for the general market or futures market index. You never know when the boys and girls on Wall Street will go sell stop hunting and force people out of their long positions. Of course they know when a lot of people have bought on margin and will be forced to sell if the market declines thereby creating a bigger decline to their financial benefit.

Ah, it's just like the animal world; you either eat or get eaten.
Oct 5, 2012 7:11AM
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