50 stocks to buy in June

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May 31, 2013 8:04PM
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can not waste my time going through page after page.  How about a list?
Jun 2, 2013 8:11AM
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Have to agree with a few of the other comments.  Going through the recommendations page after page is both boring and a waste of time.  A list or spreadsheet with a brief description would have been much better.   
May 31, 2013 7:11PM
Jun 2, 2013 9:03AM
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Going through 12-13 pages of fluff to get to any reasonable information is a waste of most any investors time...Nothing to do with due diligence, just a "waste" of time that a younger generation thinks is "cool"...

Rankings of 10 or 9 on an Stk Sctr scale is what it is...

Are all of these at 52 week highs or hi range of price? Many on StSc. are.

Do they pay divs, growing divs, have appreciative values,P/Es, ROI, older companies, Market caps, Daily volumes. number of employees, Headquarters, viable products or services with a track record..?

And maybe other questions, if we really are interested in investing; And maybe already own ?

Jun 1, 2013 7:15PM
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DO NOT buy any stocks , sale, sale ,sale get out before it has a adjusted norm (means the stocks will fall a lot to adjust the big over inflated market right know).

Jun 5, 2013 6:00PM
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I AGREE WITH THE REST OF THE COMMENTS..BOOOOOORRRING !!!!!!!!

CONDENSE IT DOWN TO SOMETHING QUICKLY READABLE !!!

Jun 6, 2013 10:34PM
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I agree with most of the other comments about format.  Why does everything Microsoft post on their pages have to be a slide show?  Slide shows aren't a big deal, or cool, or awesome, or ANYTHING!  Just write the information on a page or two and let us read it.  Instead we have to make 14 or 15 clicks while the information is fed to us like a baby eating Pablum.  You're going to lose readers if you don't make your pages more reader friendly.
Jun 3, 2013 10:27AM
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Now is  a tough time to be buying stocks.  We're repeatedly hitting all-time highs, high-yielding stocks have all run-up this year, and if we get great corporate profit reports then the fed may have to raise interest rates putting more pressure on high yielders.  It's a no win scenario.  Take your profits now and play another day or choose wisely.

Jun 1, 2013 5:49AM
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What, no doom and gloom piece from Mirhaydari or Jubak?? I guess their psychic powers failed them on this 200 point drop. My heart goes out to poor Fleckenstein on yet another down day in gold. When the stock market drops 200 points and gold goes down not up you know your gold bug days are just about over. Next week, lots of reports coming out that show President Obama rocks and the U.S. Congress is still completely worthless so what else is new? Market rally by Friday. Buy low, sell high and watch for Mirhaydari to jump in soon with exclamation of psychic powers on the market drop. Finally, after 12 months he was right. Still waiting for one of his clients to speak on this blog about how much Mirhaydari made for them year-to-date. 
Jun 2, 2013 9:33AM
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I believe Elon Musk and Tesla were given, plenty of Government funds to support "their causes".

 

Eventually these endeavors have to be taken off the Government teat and stand on their own..

If there is a demand for "charging stations" in an area, someone will build them and make money in recovering all costs and become "profitable"

They found a way to do it with "free air" or water for radiators...They can do it with electric also..

 

If you want to take a shot at it, maybe you can be the next billionaire, distributing electric to people that drive electric vechicles...It shouldn't require Government..UNLESS the Gov is going to keep the profits from their involvement.. imo

Jun 2, 2013 11:09AM
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Bought WAB years ago in the 30's.  Still own it.  The recommendation is somewhat late.
Jun 2, 2013 1:22PM
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Majesty....Which part of Tesla do you really know about...Besides "press snippets."

And for that matter they may still be getting "incentives elsewhere", Not the point, I was making.

 

Someone thought that Musk shouldn't have to worry about using "his money" to put in "charging stations".....WHO ELSE ???.....Build it, maybe they will come??

The Stock has went from $25 to over a $100 in 52 weeks...On what? Speculation and drumbeat.?

Last quarter loss about $3 a share...P/E of about a 100..

10% of shares are or can be traded on any given day..

Musk has made millions...Let him build the "outlets" for his cars or provide them..

I think he does for a couple bucks more..??

I hope you are an investor, good for you !!

PSSSS...With those kind of sh. prices, I hope they have paid all gov subs back...

Jun 5, 2013 5:15PM
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For several years analysts have been pounding the fundalmentalist preachings of Graham's book "The Intelligent Investor", whereby the PE is the first and most important measure. Only one of the above "picks" meets that measure. All of the other stocks are overpriced according to that fundamental measuring stick; in other words, all but one are "overpriced".

 

I wouldn't touch any of these picks and I've been buying stock since I was 12 years old! Believe you need a new day job.

 

Jun 6, 2013 10:31PM
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DO NOT buy anything, sale,sale  until the full market adjustment is done. When the stock is down to 13,000 then it will be safe to buy.
Jun 6, 2013 7:45PM
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Anybody out there have any ideas on where the best investment choices are with regard to development of 3-D printer technology?
Jun 7, 2013 10:37AM
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Probably not a good idea to base your portfolio on recommendations from msn......
Jun 2, 2013 5:54PM
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Bubble is about to pop and FED ain't got any bullet left! Stocks are a speculative bubble. This is like Tulip mania, South Sea bubble. Google for CONQUER THE CRASH KONDRATIEFF WAVE to understand why. It is not about Greece. Our problems are about what we have done for the last 70 years. The cause is in place. The effect will follow.
Jun 1, 2013 5:58PM
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I see that,

"Sell in May and go away",

didn't happen this year like it did the past few years.

So what does that mean ?

 

"Crash and Burn in June" !!

 

Jun 7, 2013 12:19PM
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It must really annoy you Obama and Bernanke haters on days like this.  The market drops a few hundred points, and the doomsayers are relishing it, anticipating the end, and then the market reverses itself.  I'll take the profits, invest when things are down, and sell or hold depending on the situation  and the stock.
Jun 7, 2013 8:57AM
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Come on, guys...How they  gonna make any money offa ads if you don't hit the page the ad is on?  Give 'em a break.  This is capitalism at its finest!  We all know MSN is about it's readers, right?
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