TheStreet.com Ratings provides exclusive stock, ETF and mutual fund recommendations using proprietary tools. Our "safety first" approach aims to reduce risk while achieving total return performance.BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- The following companies have market values of more than $10 billion and receive "buy" ratings from our proprietary quantitative model, which considers more than 60 factors. The stocks are ordered by their potential to appreciate. Oracle ( ORCL) develops and sells database, so-called middleware and application software worldwide. The numbers: Fiscal fourth-quarter revenue declined 5% to $6.9 billion as net income fell 7% to $1.9 billion. But earnings per share decreased just 3%, helped by a lower share count. The operating margin improved to 43% as the net margin dropped to 28%. The company holds $13 billion of cash reserves, amounting to a quick ratio of 1.9. And its debt-to-equity ratio is conservative at 0.4. The stock: Oracle has increased 25% in 2009, slightly outperforming the Nasdaq. The stock trades at a price-to-earnings ratio of 20 and doesn't consistently pay dividends. Colgate-Palmolive ( CL) sells consumer products worldwide. The numbers: First-quarter revenue decreased 6% to $3.5 billion, but net income climbed 9% to $508 million and earnings per share jumped 13% to 97 cents. The company has established a five-quarter streak of earnings growth despite the recession. The gross margin increased during the quarter to 60%. Net operating cash flow ascended 21% and the cash balance improved 9% to $702 million. The stock: Colgate-Palmolive has climbed 10% in 2009, outperforming the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500. The stock trades at an expensive price-to-earnings ratio of 20 and offers a 2.4% dividend yield. Colgate-Palmolive announces second-quarter results tomorrow.