MINNEAPOLIS ( Stockpickr) -- They have some of the most recognizable brands in the market, and as a result, their companies have become big revenue and profit generators. The two go hand in hand, but does that mean stocks of companies with big brands are moneymakers for investors?In the market, making money for a company and making money for an investor are two different things. If the stock of a company with a well-known brand has already been fully priced, buying that investment today may not be such a smart thing. Then again, if the stock of a big-brand company lags the market and is not priced at fair value, investors may want to consider that stock for their portfolio. Related: Stocks to Lead the Market in 2011 It's up to the individual investor to determine if there is opportunity in owning the stocks of some of the biggest brands in the market. With that in mind, let's take a look at some of these names to see if their stocks are as big as their brands. Coca-Cola's ( KO)
Campbell Soup ( CPB)
Tiffany ( TIF)
Disney ( DIS)
Google's ( GOOG)
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