A Once-in-a-Lifetime Move

I've been getting bombarded all night with questions about Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), which we bought for Action Alerts PLUS Tuesday, and whether it's too expensive to buy up here. People really think we are off our minds scooping some up after the run this stock has had.

Frankly, the answer is no, not at all. In fact, J&J is one of the few of these old growth stocks that isn't too expensive. That's because the company has under-earned for years under the empty-suited William Weldon, the former CEO -- who, while loved by all, produced nothing of lasting value at Johnson & Johnson except lawsuits as far as the eye can see....562 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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