Thursday, March 10, 2011

Stocks Are On Sale Today! March 10, 2011

(May 16, 2011 update: All future stock posts will appear on my new subscription-only website at Please visit!)

The stock market is having a very normal correction after a recent run-up. The Dow Jones trading pattern is stable, which means a prudent investor will look for opportunities to "buy low".

Let's look at some stocks which I've recently blogged about (blog post dates included) which are at excellent prices for buying today.

Applied Materials (AMAT) -- Feb. 22

Air Products & Chemicals (APD) -- Jan. 31

Bank of America (BAC) -- March 9

DeVry (DV) -- Jan. 25
DeVry has risen since I recommended it, and has established a new trading range. $52 - 53 is a good buying price on DeVry right now.

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) -- Feb. 3

Coca-Cola (KO) -- Jan. 26
Showing strength in a weak market and poised to break out from its trading range. My favorite pick on this list.

Kroger (KR) -- March 8
Showing strength in the recent weak market.

McDonald's (MCD) -- Feb. 18

Sanofi-Aventis (SNY) -- Jan. 25
Showing strength in the recent weak market.

Warning: This is a little tiny stock market correction. If you are too scared to "buy low" on a day like today, you do not belong in individual stocks. I don't mean to be insulting. I simply want you to make money, and you can't make money in individual stocks if little market downturns scare you and keep you from "buying low". However, all is not lost. You can invest in mutual funds, wherein the managers are trained to buy low, and actually look forward to such opportunities.

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