50 stocks to buy in December
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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As an experiment, I bought some of the top ten MSN recommended stocks for Oct/Nov. MWE,BBEP,TLLP, PDLI, none of these have made any noticeable gains and and I've actually been losing money, very noticeabley, on them! They advertise these as hold for 1 month to 6 months and you can't lose LOL!!! What a freakin joke! I know the market is very volatile right now, but do yourself a favor and pick your own stocks because you will not be happy if you follow thier picks!
What a joke, you always have to go ton the next page to read anything. Man what a bunch of clowns!
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