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3 Stocks on My Sell List

By Matt Thalman - Apr 13, 2013 at 1:00PM

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Do you own any of these stocks? Maybe you shouldn't.

From time to time during your search for the next stock to buy, you're likely to come across stocks that you want absolutely nothing to do with. Today, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discusses three stocks he feels that way about, and although he doesn't own shares of any of them, he still considers them to be on his sell list -- or, in this case, his "stay as far away from these as you can" list.

Click on the video to find out which stocks Matt believes have no place in your portfolio, and why.

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Stocks Mentioned

BlackBerry Stock Quote
BlackBerry
BB
$5.89 (-2.00%) $0.12
Garmin Ltd. Stock Quote
Garmin Ltd.
GRMN
$100.65 (-0.13%) $0.13
J. C. Penney Company, Inc. Stock Quote
J. C. Penney Company, Inc.
JCPN.Q

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