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20 stocks with potential to pop

Analyst price targets suggest that each of these stocks is being significantly undervalued by the market.

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Mar 7, 2013 12:52PM
MSN web developers sure aren't doing the writers any favors.  This very well might be a great article, but I'm not clicking through 22 slides just to read it.   Put in an option for us to view the whole thing at once, even 4-5 pages would be much more user friendly. 
Mar 7, 2013 3:07PM
Why can't you guys put the entire article  on one page? Who wants to keep puncing forward to read the next stock pick?
Mar 7, 2013 1:24PM
I agree, BigBrute... I'm not going to look at 22 pages and I'm sure few if any potential readers are. A bigger problem is- that this type of brain cell sucking stupidity that cultivated the 22-page article idea which exists soley to put 22 pages of advertising that annoys us out there to collect the fees... is too common now. As for there being "under-valued stocks" at all- not. Every stock is over-valued because most of it's stock price is based on fiat money, not real money, as overly printed by Ben Bernanke. It's time to wake up folks and start looking at Investment Banks as terrorists. Because they are.  
Mar 7, 2013 1:56PM

I totally agree with several individuals who suggest they are not going to scroll thru 22 pages.

For what it is worth - - I also have just stopped reading ''any'' of your articles that ''lists''- - IE top ten- -

Bottom ten- - Best places to live etc etc etc. Sad - - - that you insist on presenting interesting information- -

- - - one ''bloody page'' at a time ! !! ! ! How boring! ! !

Mar 7, 2013 5:19PM
I agree. put the entire article on one page. clicking throught 22 pages is ridiculous.
Mar 6, 2013 9:01PM
Peabody Energy or any coal related stock is not going to pop as long as BO is in office. Most of the coal mined now is heading overseas. Yeah, nat gas has a lot to do with that, but politics is in there also.
Apr 21, 2013 4:05PM
I also agree with BigBrute on my aversion to clicking through numerous arrows to read an article. I skip every article that I click on, when I see that, to find the information, I must click and click and click and click... Then I have to use the back arrow to go back through every all of them again to get to the beginning. No thanks. It's not worth it and I simply won't do it again ever. I skip many of the articles I'm interested in because of this annoying feature.
Mar 8, 2013 10:17AM
Why can't MSN ever write an article that is all on one page? I will not flip though 22 pages to read about anything.
Mar 7, 2013 1:25PM
waraksas, sorry you got so many brainless thumbs downs.  You mention BO and you get a thumbs down, not becuase of anything you said that can be disputed, but becuase teh brainless BO fans ... well are brainless worshipers.  If I where incorrect in this, the thumb downers would give you a rebutal, but they will not anc can't.  How can anyone say BO is a fan of coal?  How can anyone say BO's policies are kind to coal?  How can anyone say BO is not giving the EPA free reign to crush coal?  Well they can't so brainless worship the great Destoryer.  Plain and simple.  You need more proof?  What how many thumb downs this post get vs a rebutal of any of my FACTS?  Very very sad for our nation.
Mar 7, 2013 2:56PM
Interesting.  The price target of Apple is exactly that when everybody was screaming "Buy, Buy, Buy" and Apple had a 10/10 rating.  So when you bought when it was recommended, the best you can really hope is to get your money back, and that even assumes this article gets it right.

I took the list with a grain of salt.  There are two definitions of the word 'Pop' in this context.

Apr 21, 2013 5:21PM
Flipped thru them all.  What a junk article IMHO.  Gives the potential "POP" and not the present price for one to reference to.  For the content I agree, one page is enough.  Waste of time for me.  Several of those listed I already own in funds and honestly any stock can "POP", so where is the story here.  I recently picked up positions in 2 stocks.  AIG and WPRT.  Both will "POP" in time and great long term investments for me.  Guess I need a definition for "POP" as I'm not into quick money from someone else's opinion as they probably are pushing something.  My advice?  Do your own research, buy what you know and toss articles such as this. 
Mar 7, 2013 10:36AM
Buy Kimberly Clark because Warren Buffet will be looking at it. (KMB).  When I look at the numbers it reminds me of Heinz, very similar in several ways. Its his kind of company to own!   Signed. Buddy O. Buffet.
Apr 21, 2013 7:57PM
MSN clearly has a bunch of disconncted morons working for it. Is anyone really stupid enough to clicj through 24 slides to read this article - probable written by MSN;s amatuers? msn has got to get in tocuh with reality,
Mar 8, 2013 2:25PM
My first reaction to this article is that there is no substantial discussion on each page about why the stock might "POP".  With that absence and with the market at all time highs with everyone irrationally exuberant it just has the feeling of "here's a list of hot tips I just got from the shoe shine boy".
Apr 21, 2013 7:43PM
Yes, invest in Apollo.  University of Phoenix is millimeters away from a massive lawsuit saying that all they do is recruit, grab you some rip-off financial aid to get you started, charge plenty for class, and leave you without skills after graduation, because they are a for-profit school, whose mission is far different than that of state colleges or longstanding private universities.

May Apollo and its investors all lose their shirts-- and the buttons.

No, I did not attend there.

Mar 7, 2013 12:49PM
Apr 21, 2013 10:35PM
The only thing around here that is going to "pop" is this false Bull Market...which is built on FED slush money and no fundamentals!
Apr 22, 2013 1:59AM
This analyst is a clueless twit.  $888 was a stretch even when Apple was on top of the world.  They have nowhere to go, but down at this point.  Shrinking profit margins and a loss of the "cool" factor to Samsung have led it to an epic dive topped only by its previous epic slide at the hands of Microsoft.  If you buy this stock over $500, you can kiss your retirement goodbye.
Apr 22, 2013 12:24AM
The article(what there is of it) reminds me of "pump and dump" in the works. Get as many to invest based on an article... thus driving up the price through new demand. 
Mar 7, 2013 1:20PM

Bud298, KMB is a stable company and Buffet likes the type, but it is a rich valuation now.  Not sure of its market cap, too big for Buffet?  But the main thing is its valuation. JMTC

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