Should Blaze Ahead This Year

So, on Tuesday, I said that you want to buy a pullback. But little did I realize that, by Tuesday night, I would have not one, but two companies with stocks that fit precisely with that description. Both are consistent. Both are top of their industries. I think both are already set up to have a terrific year.

The first is Eaton (ETN), which reported a very confusing quarter because of its Cooper acquisition, but which gave you a $0.25 accretion figure that blew me away. Put simply, so much is going right for Eaton that it's amazing. Everything from the aging of the power grid, to the need to control energy costs, to the fluid controls on a plane or in oil-and-gas drilling -- this company's all in. Eaton has gone from a company that used to live and die with Class 8 truck builds, to a name that represents the ultimate in power-grid accountability, be it fixing Hurricane Sandy damage or insuring Super Dome never goes down again. This is an incredible story....402 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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