Best Buy stock was going in the Crapper, they have increased their over all revenue by closing stores and laying off thousands,
which led to their CEOs getting FAT bonuses. I guess that's the way to raise your stock
Isn't the only real "super" in the S&P... Ben Bernanke? None of the companies listed actually amount to much of anything, but all of them slumped previously so that Ben could save them with fake money our great great great great great great great grandchildren will still be paying back. I'd rather see you list all the businesses with barely any stock value that are hiring, thriving and not Bernanke-reliant.
America may never outrun what this garbage-can of a government has done by letting Bernanke print us into oblivion.
I would rather invest in superior business models with sound management.
Like Costco, FCX or heck GOOGLE?
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