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Ken Fisher, the best selling author, money manager and Forbes columnist, thinks sales are more revealing than earnings.
Apple, Take-Two and GameStop are all brimming with value.
Good news should support a rebound in this beaten-down stock.
Low oil prices should be a positive for these stocks.
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These names stand out in the sector, which is making a comeback.
John Reese of RealMoney talks about the success of the O'Shaughnessy strategy favoring European companies.
RealMoney's John Reese sees these Dow component stocks headed for even higher ground.
Consider Synaptics, Maximus and Accenture.
Apple's strong fundamentals and the voracious demand for its products offset the concerns that the stock is overextended.