50 stocks to buy in August

StockScouter, MSN Money's stock-picking tool, can help investors find companies capable of outperforming the broader market in the weeks ahead.

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Aug 2, 2013 9:10PM
Isn't it about time for another major market reset?
Aug 3, 2013 1:38AM

Hate to be picky IQ168, but that's 85,000,000,000 [BILLION] per month not MILLION. That's 1,020,000,000 [one TRILLION 20 BILLION] dollars per YEAR. Continue that for a couple of years, and the dollar WILL depreciated by 100%

Aug 4, 2013 11:56AM
Only stock I like on the list is Wendy's. The rest sound like they may have been recommended by Cramer.
Aug 6, 2013 8:25AM
Doesn't the market tank in October...I know this is the case historically anyway. I think there's a different reason why hunters can't buy ammo anywhere! The smell of change is in the air...and most Americans don't smell it coming, that stinks!
Aug 6, 2013 12:16PM
Pay attention, these are the stocks that will artificially be driven up and crashed in the next month. Buy low and sell early before the rug is pulled and the bottom falls out. 
Aug 6, 2013 4:11AM
see the Federal Reserve POMO Schedule and front run it!
Aug 2, 2013 9:44PM
Whoever hasn't taken advantage of the rally is just sackless.... One of my stocks is up 30% from end of June to now. I'll gladly take 30% for one month. Added the first day of green after the last correction, and didn't feel worried one bit. Sack up. Everyone's acting on fake fear, it's just a taper tantrum for now haha.
Aug 6, 2013 4:24AM
Cash is still KING,Save your money Don't spend.....
Aug 4, 2013 1:51PM
Nice comments!  I see the buy and forget, get in at the top, Mom and Pop investors are crying about the market doing well.  You know it is time to really tighten up your stops when they all start getting ready to hand their money over to their uncle to invest for them again.  

Looks like we aren't quite there yet.
Aug 3, 2013 12:44AM

I think I'd call it only a preliminarily screened batch. Maybe you could find 20 stocks in there that'd make some money at all right now.

Aug 7, 2014 9:20AM
you can always trust in prescription drugs, (nothing new here) cause that is all anyone believes in any more.
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Aug 2, 2013 4:56PM
No thanks.  I'll wait for the crash (the month after the Fed stops printing $83 million counterfeit money per month).  I'll buy then IF QE 1,000 hasn't rendered my dollar 100% depreciated. 
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