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24/7 Wall Street picks five stocks likely to double off of their lows by the end of 2010. The...

24/7 Wall Street picks five stocks likely to double off of their lows by the end of 2010. The winners: Qualcomm (QCOM), Yahoo (YHOO), Apple (AAPL), Adobe (ADBE), Nokia (NOK).
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  • Jake Huneycutt
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    These are lousy (and uncreative) picks. I'm not saying they won't double, but I can easily think of a few dozen stocks that are much more beaten-down and have a greater likelihood of doubling in the next few years. AAPL and QCOM haven't even got hit all that bad realtively speaking. Of these, I'd say YHOO and ADBE are the best candidates, though.

     

    10 Mar 2009, 01:02 PM Reply Like
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