50 stocks to buy in September

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Sep 3, 2014 11:33AM
We are bombing people all over the world. So bombs would be the thing to buy.
Sep 3, 2014 1:05PM

Yesterday Money story points out the negative side of auto loans because of loose credit. Today they treat auto sales and the rush to auto loans as a big positive. Do you really think no one notices MSN?

Sep 5, 2014 12:31PM
Most of the companies treat the public ....like sheep....and the public....baaaaahhhhh!!...An Example...The airlines....some people already engaged in actual fights because of the space between seats being insufficient to recline the back rest....one reads the comments and the sheep at each other's throats....No one points out to the real culprit.....The airlines!....if the public would boicot certain airlines to make the point .....maybe I'm too old....not used to be a sheep....jejejejej
Sep 3, 2014 5:03PM
Well be careful because it seems Russia brings the market down every other day. Pssst, don't tell these idiot article writers' but that's just profit taking going on after each rally.
Sep 5, 2014 4:05PM
People NEED to buy and Invest in More GUNS in this LYING,CROOKED Country.....Americans NEED that FIREPOWER for the REVOLUTION that is forthcoming........
Sep 8, 2014 4:16PM

I wonder what would happen to consumer prices if everybody, and I mean every body, stopped investing in any form of energy? No investment, no return. But if the energy industry did not have to pay investor dividends, well...some of you see where I am going with this. I dont think it has EVER been about supply and demand.


Sep 8, 2014 6:35PM
I think I'm raising a financial wizard. My 14 year old daughter has 5 of these 50 stocks (trades 10 total) in her portfolio.

She had had a good run since she started trading stock at 12 years old.

Sep 5, 2014 10:25AM
I am never surprised when I see inelastic demand stocks (energy) on a 'must buy' list.  I am always surprised when I see seasonal or totally elastic demand stocks ("social media" etc.) stocks on a 'must buy' list.
Sep 8, 2014 4:23PM
Here's my top 5 holdings:
500 shares Best Buy (BBY)
200 shares Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY)
300 shares Staples (SPLS)
200 shares Whole Foods  (WFM)
200 shares Coach (COH)
Sep 8, 2014 5:00PM
What about the new Ronco "KENYAN POTUS EJECTOR"? Everyone everywhere say that they want one.
Sep 8, 2014 3:02PM
I have stock that have a 24.9% dividend yield this year and the lead on that stock was by a poster in these threads, not MSN Money. Not only that the stock value jumped up $1 share right after buying 230 shares.

I have another stock that pays 1.24%, I'm just waiting for it's dividend payout of $47, When that is done I'm dumping it and buying more of the other. Same number of stocks and the higher payout one is cheaper than the second one I mentioned but a big difference between $47 and the cheaper one that paid me $190. 24.9% is something to brag about and they don't even cover them in the reports.

So all those in this article suck in comparison.

It seems like everytime they announce stocks on MSN Money, the stock values drop.
Sep 8, 2014 2:54PM
I envy Donald Trump so much, I made him my avi !!
Sep 7, 2014 11:46AM
Notice these picks all align with companies who mostly support the Republican Party. I see so many charging stations being installed in my area that I am tempted to buy an electric car soon. If more people do, where is the growth in oil stocks? Our electricity plants are running on LNG, coal and nuclear. Let the Saudis pay for their own security.
Sep 3, 2014 5:22PM
Well folks, like we said earlier, these scumbags started doing their thing at about 1115 hrs and that's pretty much all she wrote...We were lucky to keep things basically flat but what could have been a nice day turned out to be a not so nice one....Oh well, we deal with this bs just about every day....And for the ignorant fools that blame all this on Apple, obviously you have no clue what happens down here.
Sep 3, 2014 11:23AM
Well, at 1115 hrs they called to accelerate the selling so we keep drifting downward...The S&P should be in the red anytime now...We call it as we see it folks and these scumbags have been taking over slowly but surely since about 1020 hrs this morning...Just remain careful for now...More later..
Sep 7, 2014 11:39AM
Ticker BX (Blackstone) and ticker SCHD (Charles Schwab High Dividend ETF) are all you need. I look around see Blackstone buying up everything like an ETF would and it could explode further to the upside. SCHD is the cheapest play on blue chips out there without the risk of this article loading you up on utilities and oil companies. Lack of interest now shows used electric cars popping up  for less than $19,000 on cars.com but this will change if the Republicans get control of the Senate or the White House. You will wish you had those electric cars later. Stay diversified. Stay Progressive. Vote Democrat.
Sep 3, 2014 10:36AM
Again folks, be cautious, do not let the futures fool you; we see it over and over again...Manipulators starting to take over down here and at 1020 hrs they started doing their thing and from 80 up in the Dow we dropped over 30 points already and the Nasdaq in the red....Not a big shocker...Still very early of course, lets see if we can keep things positive....Scumbags got their way yesterday but not like they wanted it so, they would love to finish the job today....More later.
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