Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Stocks to Buy in the Face of Market Weakness

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Stocks are lower as Libyan unrest pushes oil prices upward. (How about if we drill for oil on American soil so that we're not constantly at the beck and call of the Middle East? Gee, what a concept!)

With this week's stock market downturn, we have an opportunity to buy some good stocks while they are lower in their trading ranges. Here are some stocks I recommended recently which are again near a good purchase price, and the dates of their blog posts.

Fifth Third Bancorp, Jan. 23
General Electric, Jan. 24
Sanofi-Aventis, Jan. 25
General Dynamics, Jan. 26
AT&T, Jan. 27
Wellpoint, Feb. 2
Johnson & Johnson, Feb. 3
Kraft, Feb. 9
Prudential, Feb. 9
Yahoo!, Feb. 11
Citigroup, Feb. 17
McDonalds, Feb. 18
Applied Materials, Feb. 22

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