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  • Stephen J Melnykevich
    $V $BP $JNJ $AFL Where would you invest (add to a position or start a new one) with the mentioned names over the next few weeks? Long term
    4/25/14
    Reply (12)
    • Joseph Bernier: Good question. To me its a toss up between $V & $AFL as I bought both in the last few weeks. $JNJ just looks overvalued right now.
      4/25/14
    • AaronFunding: Take BP, hold it for two years and wait for the litigation to be over. Watch it pop, sell and buy JNJ and hold for life.
      4/25/14
    • wallstreetpro1: I was thinking $JNJ as well $AFL looks like double top $68 check out a 6 year monthly chart you will see it. $V has best uptrend till recent
      4/25/14
    • wallstreetpro1: Instead $BP go with $XOM just broke through 2008 highs and is poised to move higher
      4/25/14
    • Stephen J Melnykevich: All great input. I'm leaning towards starting a position in V w/ second choice adding to my 2/3 position in AFL. BP is also a 2/3
      4/25/14
    • King_Earning: i considered JNJ v BP earlier this year as well and went BP. I like the growth and income potential after short oil is dry
      4/26/14
    • Patience29: $V got pummeled, so buy/add on this opportunistic dip
      4/26/14
    • Hope128: I recently started a position in $V & will add more if it drops to $190. I am also interested in buying $AFL.
      4/26/14
    • Stephen J Melnykevich: I am liking V. So far most of consensus is towards starting a position in V.
      4/26/14
    • zoralsurgeon: Love the question. I'm already in BP but was recently trying to decide b/w JNJ and V... Leaning towards V. I think more bleeding will occur
      4/27/14
    • zoralsurgeon: short term with V if Russia issues continue. So waiting and watching for now
      4/27/14
    • Stephen J Melnykevich: I have an order in tomm. for 1/3 position in V, JNJ is a great company and I have 2/3 a position but I want to wait until it comes down
      4/27/14