5 Stocks Investors Have Been Searching For

The following video is from Thursday's MarketFoolery podcast in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Joe Tenebruso and Jason Moser, discuss the top business and investing stories.

In this segment, Google's (NASDAQ: GOOGL  ) annual Zeitgeist report included the top 10 "most Googled stocks of 2012." The guys analyze the list, and share their surprise at some of the stocks that are on the list, and a couple that aren't.

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  • Report this Comment On December 14, 2012, at 7:49 AM, Mark2013 wrote:

    Why Apple is not most searched? Because everyone knows about Apple and it's as simple as that however; all this talk about Apple reminds me of other huge tech companies between 1980-2000 since I've been investing longer than the guys in the video are old.

    The bigger they are, the harder they fall but Apple isn't going to fall in the next eighty years. it will rule for a while longer before better tech is out in a new company and Apple is long forgotten while the best stock as always aka IBM will still be trading and doing so well. IBM is where real investors would want long term holdings.

    As for the stocks mentioned; the only one i can see going up over a thousand percent making the buyers of today wealthy if not greedy and willing to hold up to 36 months would be SVU. That's one of the best penny stocks. As for The Street having a sell ratingon AMD is too funny since that one is going to $13 in next 33 months and no mention of AKS but that is going up 500%+

    JMO and no stock broker here thankfully but I have been trading and investing since 1980 so a little know how going on.

    Good luck everyone and careful what ya buy or sell based on my post, any post or talking heads with the later almost always get it wrong. I wish I had a buck for each time Cramer has been wrong vs right.

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