Should You Avoid These Glittering Stocks?

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Today Rex and analyst Buck Hartzell continue their series on the psychology of investing with a look at the "glitter effect" -- which may be keeping you away from truly great companies.

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  • Report this Comment On April 12, 2012, at 11:44 AM, mrkrazyk wrote:

    You people are real Morons

  • Report this Comment On April 12, 2012, at 12:33 PM, cp757 wrote:

    Future growth is the only way to pick a stock. How much money will they make. Of the more than 12,000 public companies traded in the US, there are only six with the combination of a market cap over $10 bn, a 2011-2013 revenue compound annual growth rate of more than 20 percent, and a 2013 estimated free cash flow yield of more than 8 percent. Those companies are Apple, Las Vegas Sands, NetApp, Baidu, Ensco and Vertex.’

  • Report this Comment On April 13, 2012, at 7:40 AM, cp757 wrote:

    Las Vegas Sands gets 88% of it's revenue from Asia with properties in Singapore and Macau. This week marked an historic event with the opening of Cotai Central 04/11/2012. Sands Cotai Central welcomed over 84,000 visitors during the first six hours of its opening and the crowds were staggering. In total, Sands China properties – Sands Macao, Venetian Macao, Plaza Macao and Sands Cotai Central – welcomed over 200,000 visitors on Wednesday .

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