50 stocks to buy in November

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

By MSN Money staff

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Nov 8, 2012 11:17AM
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I wouldn't invest a single penny in any stock. They're all going to be worthless now. These next 4 years are going to completely bankrupt the United States of America.
Nov 8, 2012 11:17AM
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Buy stock in yourselves by learning Chinese.  Thanks to Obama selling his soul and our country to 
China we are all gonna need some Vaseline, too.   No wonder he bowed to the Chinese leader.
Nov 8, 2012 11:03AM
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the US economy is NOT going to survive another four years, might want to try a differnet tack here

maybe buy some ammo, some freeze dried food,  and some garden seeds

Nov 8, 2012 10:50AM
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Just a fact to get in the way of all the doomsdayers, but the market has already doubled since Obama has taken office in 2008.  By the time all the pessamists and Obama haters get in, it will be time to sell for a nice profit!
Nov 8, 2012 10:46AM
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Why even try, by the bastard in the white house, he is going to bring down wall street.  So look for the next 4 shitting years as being another hell for those of us that are trying to make a living to be screwed..............................
Nov 8, 2012 10:43AM
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Worlds never gonna get a clue, america is full of ****es and money hungery politicians, they give us the b.s. about change and our support is in the form of investing our time and money into "helping" them do it. We are all just sucking on  lady liberties tits having a false sense of security in the people whom govern our nation. I on the other hand like to believe that the PEOPLE, not the government, can bring this economy back to where its supposed to be. If the government would just give us control of our own damn money, i think that the few of us whom are responsible with  with our finances and able to take care of ourselves without having to nurse from government and its lies can make the change that should have taken place years ago.
Nov 8, 2012 10:42AM
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stop hating get over it the president has nithing to do with the job market its much better off today then it was four years ago its not whos the president but his race get honest with yourself you guys rather let a white man destroy us then let a black man try to repair the damage that has been done he cant do miracles but he has done better 
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Stockscouter's methodology is a bit like the ESPN analysts picking the World Series winner after the 7th game. Their typical  stock picks have already outperformed in order to achieve their coveted benchmark status, which leaves less potential for significant growth. 

 

Just ask yourself...how often do champions repeat? Not often enough to make it worth your time or money, unless you're only interested in the dividend dole.  

Nov 8, 2012 10:32AM
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Buy Smith & Wesson while you still can so you can protect what you have .........God bless the founding fathers and the Constitution ......how america has changed and still is............just remember Freedom has a price ......
Nov 8, 2012 10:30AM
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Do your homework people. The president's ability to actually change the shape and direction and velocity of the macroeconomy is extremely limited. The people who pay the most attention to the working economy -- which is to say the Wall Street investors -- don't really care all that much about which president they get. And most economists will tell you that the president's role when it comes to the economy is much closer to let's say a cheerleader than a CEO. Just once I'd love a presidential candidate to get up there on the stump and say: "My fellow Americans, I can't control the U.S. economy. I've got a little bit of influence but mostly it does what it does. So if it gets worse on my watch, you shouldn't blame me -- and if it happens to get better, you probably shouldn't give me too much credit either." This article from Forbes.com is a good read too  .
Nov 8, 2012 10:16AM
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IT SEEMS THAT WHEN  SO CALLED INTELLIGENT GURUS SPEAK,

THE LESS COMMON SENSE THEY  USE.

 

Nov 8, 2012 10:02AM
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I guess the experts didn't put their money where their mouths are.  I expect to see a continuing decline, and I blame it on Obama's reelection.  Wrong time to vote, people unless you want to start the impeachment process now.  Oh wait, that means Biden would be President. 
Nov 8, 2012 9:44AM
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WHEN HAS IT EVER BEEN THAT THE PRESIDENT IS THE ONE THATE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR JOBS BECAUSE HE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT AT ALL NO CONTROL WHAT SO EVER YOU PEOPLE ARE SO IGNORANT 

Nov 8, 2012 9:44AM
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What are you crazy - buy stocks.. More like safe your money.. Obamanation is here.  If you were smart - I'd save. You can quote that. Talk to you in four years

 

Nov 8, 2012 9:07AM
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We should all buy stock in Unilever (the makers of Vaseline) for the butt pounding we're gonna get for the next 4 years.
Nov 8, 2012 8:48AM
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THE REASON JOHN DEERE HAS PROFIT IS BECAUSE IN THE LAST TEN YEARS THE NUMBER OF DEALERS HAS DROPPED IS  ALLOWING THE EXISTING DEALERS TO CHARGE WHATEVER PRICE THEY  WOULD LIKE TO.  A SPECIFIC PART NUMBER THAT I BOUGHT WHEN THERE WERE MORE DEALERS AT $24 , I WAS QUOTED BY THE ONLY DEALER WITHIN 50 MILES WAS $156.00. THE PART IS ONLY A SHEET OF STEEL WEIGHING LESS THAT 3LBS. THIS IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE. BELTS AND OTHER PARTS ARE ALSO OVERPRICED. A HOOD FOR A LAWN MOWER IS MORE THAN $400.00. OK I AM THROUGH RANTING NOW.

Nov 8, 2012 8:20AM
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You want to buy American then open up that John Deere hood and note where the engine is made.
Nov 8, 2012 7:47AM
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Dear MSN,  Stop calling it "StockScouter" and label it for what it is.  I have some suggestions based upon your historical "buy" performance..."WealthDestroyer", "SellsideSuckerList", "ShillTrap", "SheepSlaughter".  You idiots have no moral compass and would punch your grandma to give her last dime to your corporate masters. 
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