Laggards in a Soaring Market

If the most go-go stock in this market sells at 15x next year's earnings, none other than Google (GOOG), I don't want to panic about valuations as we hit these all-time highs. If six out of 10 major S&P 500 groups aren't back yet to where they were in October 2007, I am not going to run from this market with fear. I am going to look for stocks to buy.

I know that this is a particularly bad moment to recommend stocks. You don't ever want to start buying huge today, but I am pleasantly surprised at how many stocks are still well off their highs that make a ton of sense to me. Just consider these six laggards of these six lagging groups....399 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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