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. So check back to every weekday at 11 a.m. ET for a new pick!

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

Cal-Maine Foods (Nasdaq: CALM): Fool analyst Nick Kapur kicked off the week with a buy recommendation on Cal-Maine Foods. While Kapur describes eggs as a boring, commoditized business, the company's healthy balance sheet, success in growing through acquisitions, and steady cash flow are just some of the reasons that won him over. Click here to see Cal-Maine's buy recommendation.

CGG Veritas (NYSE: CGV): Global Gains analyst Nate Weisshaar says CGG Veritas should see continuing demand for its services as oil increasingly comes from unconventional and more expensive sources. The company provides seismic services that help oil companies locate new oil deposits. While it is currently experiencing a rough operating environment, Weisshaar believes CGG Veritas is well-positioned to make it through stormy seas and excel as a long-term investment. Click here to see CGG Veritas' buy recommendation.

Landstar (Nasdaq: LSTR): Motley Fool Pro analyst Bryan Hinmon recommended Landstar for its low capital business model. While Landstar operates in the trucking industry, it doesn't own a fleet. Instead, the company matches up cargo loads via its computer network. This arrangement has led to industry-leading returns on capital, and Hinmon believes that its extensive network of agents and significant relationships with truckers should keep the company trucking along. Click here to see Landstar's buy recommendation.

Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL): analyst Eric Bleeker predicted that Apple's best days lie ahead. While the company has grown to be a $250 billion juggernaut, Bleeker says the company still has significant upside thanks to investors not appreciating the size of the smartphone opportunity and Apple's iOS scaling across a variety of devices. Click here to see Apple's buy recommendation.

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ): Income Investor advisor James Early says Johnson & Johnson is one blue chip that's been unfairly beaten down. Early says that negative press about the company's products in the past year should have little effect on J&J, and at today's prices it's trading at about 25% below his model. Click here to see Johnson & Johnson's buy recommendation.

We're entering our final weeks, so keep coming back to for great buy recommendations. "11 O'Clock Stocks" is fun, it's free, and we're investing along with you.

Eric Bleeker owns no shares of companies mentioned in this article. Apple is a Motley Fool Stock Advisor selection. Compagnie Generale de Geophysique-Veritas is a Motley Fool Global Gains pick. Johnson & Johnson is a Motley Fool Income Investor recommendation. Motley Fool Options has recommended a diagonal call position on Johnson & Johnson. The Fool owns shares of Apple, Cal-Maine Foods, Compagnie Generale de Geophysique-Veritas, Johnson & Johnson, and Landstar System. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days

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