LONDON -- Shopping for shares isn't easy; there's so much to buy! How's a Fool to choose? Here are five stocks I've added to my shopping basket in recent weeks, but should I take any of them to the checkout?
A very naughty bank
When I asked the question should I buy RBS?, I concluded that investors would be buying a "swamp of uncertainty and mountain of problems," and should only press on if they planned to hold for a long, long time. Shortly after, we learned that Royal Bank of Scotland
The good ship HL
If RBS is a bad financial services company, Hargreaves Lansdown
In a fix
Retail giant Kingfisher
4G or not 4G?
When I asked should I buy Vodafone?, several Fools posted their concerns about the impact of buying 4G bandwidth next year on future earnings and dividends, remembering how Vodafone
How long can a good thing last?
As I discovered when I asked should I buy Aviva?, you can't get away from that whopping 8% yield. Regular Fool LastChip posted the pertinent question: "How long do you think Aviva
Five into one does go
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Harvey Jones owns shares in Hargreaves Lansdown, Vodafone and Aviva. He doesn't hold any other company mentioned in this article. The Motley Fool owns shares in Hargreaves Lansdown. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
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