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This drug company looks like it will make great strides after trading near its lows.
Nokia is a company that was down but is looking up.
This company is worth the wait in a tough market as the stock trades off a low.
Revenue came in better than expected for the burger giant.
You need to find stocks that will perform when it counts the most.
The big-box retailer remains a customer destination even in tough times.
Just as a team needs diversity, you need to recruit reliable players among your stock holdings.
It's a stock for when the economy comes back to life.
The markets are so volatile, I'd make more money sitting on the sidelines.
Sanofi-Aventis is attractive at a low point here.