The world's 10 best stocks

These companies come from several different industries and all should be healthy additions to your portfolio.

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Apr 2, 2014 2:09AM
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10 Best Stocks, huh? The stock market and Wall Street have wrecked America! Incompetent businessmen and women have ruined "Made In The USA" and the jobs that went with it. The justification of businessmen is "to make more money" - ultimately to please stockholders. Outlaws in the old west had the same mentality, except we recognized it as criminal and hung them!
Apr 2, 2014 10:28AM
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All these companies have one thing in common, they have won the market share wars in their respective fields and control the biggest piece of pie. They all produce things people will use every day far into the foreseeable future, transportation, fuel, healthcare, and cutting edge technologies. These will be solid growth areas for many years, the only question is who will lead the pack.?
Apr 2, 2014 11:57AM
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I recommend everyone invest in me...I have some good ideas and can use the extra money for travel.  Don't think of this as a scam but rather as an adventure.
Apr 2, 2014 1:51AM
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LOL oh Boeing for sure Jimbo McNerny was only three years late on delivery and then there was the little burning battery problem they knew about for years and hadn't fixed LOL
Apr 5, 2014 6:46PM
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Novo Nordisk (NVO) makers of insulin and other products for diabetics.
May 13, 2014 12:35PM
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They can never take enough from the small investor who is almost obsolete on wall street.
Apr 5, 2014 11:44AM
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Boeing has sucks more money out of the taxes payer than all the contractors. Shame on them,Good days
Apr 5, 2014 9:02PM
Apr 2, 2014 7:12AM
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Now is not the time to be in stocks or bonds. They are rigged to favor greed and have no ability to sustain without artificial stimuli. Get out now- while you can and at least have something. 
Apr 1, 2014 11:04PM
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Some day oil and gas will become as loved in America as acid rain and it will dwindle in use to the point where it is mostly exported for sale to 2nd and 3rd world countries. The future is hydrogen, electric and solar. Imagine what we could do if we pour all those subsidies formerly paid to oil companies so they could bribe some despot or dictator and instead put that money into research to triple, quadruple or ??? the power of solar panels, hydrogen fuel cells and increase the range of electric batteries. The GOP has zero interest in furthering these industries so give all your money to Elon Musk. He's better-looking and way more trustworthy than the ahole who controls Microsoft and green lights these blogs with such bad stock advice.
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