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Three More Stocks That Could Double

Enersys, Baidu and Caterpillar make the list.

Updated from 6:59 a.m. EDT

By Guest Columnist Doug Hall

Successful investing requires consistently buying stocks that do not reflect the value of the underlying company and then selling them when they do.

Sounds simple enough, right? I mean, Warren Buffett bought

Coca-Cola

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,

American Express

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and

Wells Fargo

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and just held them until everyone else realized the value (or something close to that).

Many companies and their stocks are out of sync right now. Their growth shows no signs of slowing, yet their stocks are down. A number of companies with very predictable revenues are currently on sale.

And of course, I want to share them with you. Hint: You won't see a

Microsoft

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,

Intel

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or

GE

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in here. But these picks aren't unknown names, either.

Last week, Glen Bradford gave his picks for

three stocks that could double

:

Xinyuan

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,

VSE

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and

Sigma

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.

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