Stryker (SYK), which makes medical devices used primarily in orthopedic procedures such as knee and hip implants, gets a quality score of 86 from Goldman, which projects earnings growth of 11% in 2012.
Stryker's shares have a three-year average annual return of 9%, giving it a market value of $15 billion. Its shares carry a dividend yield of 1.6%.
Coach (COH), a retailer of high-end luxury handbags and leather accessories, gets a quality score of 87 from Goldman. Analysts estimate the company will grow earnings 16% in 2012. Its shares have a three-year average annual return of 49%, giving the company a market value of $17 billion. The shares carry a 1.5% dividend yield.
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