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Fortune's "10 best stocks for 2012": AAPL, CAT, EEP, GT, HAL, INTC, JCI, LMT, MSFT, RY. The...

Fortune's "10 best stocks for 2012": AAPL, CAT, EEP, GT, HAL, INTC, JCI, LMT, MSFT, RY. The picks are based entirely on valuation, but the 2011 selections have lagged the market, +2.1% vs. +7.8% for the S&P through Nov. 30.
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  • Mobywhite
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    If the people at fortune who made this list could actually pick stocks that could beat the market, they wouldn't be journalists!
    8 Dec 2011, 05:52 PM Reply Like
  • PVizzle
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    I bet you'd get a better list of ten stocks from a drunk student managed fund I student. I mean rly?

     

    In other news, I know people that are lagging every benchmark you can think of because of their jci longs. Fools.
    8 Dec 2011, 06:54 PM Reply Like
  • jstratt
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    Doesnt seem like much of a list to me. I wish I had their logic.

     

    My list would be a whole lot different!
    8 Dec 2011, 10:02 PM Reply Like
  • dplinn
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    The S&P is not +7.8% YTD 11/30/2011. It is - .78%.
    10 Dec 2011, 05:23 AM Reply Like
  • PVizzle
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    ^ indeed, accuracy is important...
    10 Dec 2011, 08:41 AM Reply Like
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