At The Motley Fool, we've been putting our money where our mouth is. In our "11 O'Clock Stock" series, we're giving our best analysts the task of recommending 50 great stocks across 50 days. The best part of it all? We're investing $50,000 across the picks. However, next week we're upping the ante. Not only will we give away free subscriptions to our market-crushing newsletter Stock Advisor every single day, our shorting specialist John Del Vecchio and analyst Matt Argersinger will make a short selection on Friday. So check back with Fool.com every day next week at 11 a.m. ET for a new pick.

Here's a recap of this week's selections:

Monday
FedEx (NYSE: FDX): While the world increasingly transmits documents digitally, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner sees a bright future for the growth of delivering hard goods. Click here to see FedEx's buy recommendation. Or watch David's video on FedEx here.

Tuesday
IberiaBank (Nasdaq: IBKC): Motley Fool Pro analyst Todd Wenning thinks he has found a diamond in the regional banking rough. While investors may be skittish about getting back into banking, IberiaBank largely managed to avoid the subprime mess and has picked up failed banks on the cheap since. The company has a solid capital position and a very low rate of non-performing loans. Click here to see IberiaBank's buy recommendation. Or watch Todd's video here.

Wednesday
Aeropostale (NYSE: ARO): Foolish writer Alyce Lomax thinks clothing retailer Aeropostale is the best back-to-school deal you can find. The company trades at a P/E around 10, has a solid balance sheet stuffed with cash, and caters well to consumers tightening their wallets. Click here to see Aeropostale's buy recommendation. Or watch Alyce's video here.

Thursday
Madison Square Garden (Nasdaq: MSG): Are you a major sports fan but haven't figured out a way to profit from the industry? Stock Advisor analyst Bryan White thinks he has just the right play for you. Bryan recommended Madison Square Garden on the basis of its valuable ownership of two New York sports franchises: the Knicks and the Rangers. In addition, the company owns valuable cable outlets for broadcasting team events. Add it all up, and Madison Square Garden looks cheaply priced. Click here to see Madison Square Garden's buy recommendation.

Friday
Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT): Fool analyst Jim Royal says Wal-Mart is a winner in just about any environment. Whether we see inflation or deflation, Wal-Mart's massive scale and ability to wring price concessions out of its suppliers is a key advantage. If the defensive nature of Wal-Mart isn't enough to convince you, the company also boasts a juicy 2.4% dividend yield that has grown by 16% annually over the past five years. Click here to see Wal-Mart's buy recommendation.

We still have six more weeks of picks to go, so keep coming back to Fool.com. "11 O'Clock Stock" is fun, it's free, and we're investing along with you. And come back every day next week for a chance to win a subscription to Stock Advisor.

Eric Bleeker doesn't own shares of companies listed above. Wal-Mart Stores is a Motley Fool Inside Value selection and FedEx is a Motley Fool Stock Advisor pick. The Fool owns shares of Aeropostale, FedEx, Madison Square Garden, IberiaBank, and Wal-Mart. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.