10 stocks that won't embarrass you
Do you worry about how the companies you invest in make their money? Here are alternatives to 10 often-criticized names like Wal-Mart and BP.
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Well,well,well.....Building War machines to kill Millions is a Noble Manufacturing operation.???
But the thought of "Supporting" Planned Parenthood, is un-godly...God is not a Judge of this.
Men or Mankind are..
And then stem cell research, that can produce life saving/sustaining results ??
Although GE is involved in Defence systems also, I will not run out and sell all our positions next week.
Having other investments to match some of their Sector picks,...I feel it is a big mistake to get too emotionally involved with choices; Such as the Tobacco Sector...Numbers,fundamentals,earnings and dividends are what count..Using criteria from the Article above, nobody should be invested in Apple either ?...Really ??
Invest with your ego or emotions and you'll be sorry.
Who are the commie pinko liberals writing this trash. First Solar won't be around when BP is still providing great profits and dividends.
Maybe if Obuma puts all his money in First Solar he'll end up homeless and deserves it. You can be sure what comes out of Obuma mouth does not come out of his wallet.
What's the stock symbol for the Skunk Works or The Jet Propulsion Laboratory ?
They seem like sure fire bets, to me.
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