The Ne'er-Do-Wells Float to the Top

Maybe the secret is to do poorly? When you look at the gainers in this market at this point, you have to be stunned by the disconnect between how their businesses are doing and how their stocks are doing. Stunned.

The big gainers tell it all. First, consider Fossil (FOSL). Here's an accessory company that has been stung by an over-reliance on Europe. The stock has been trying to recover ever since a shocking shortfall last year at this time. On Tuesday, it crushed on earnings and the stock is levitating. I don't even think this move is even finished. The expectations got way too low. Now the comparisons to last year will grow easy, and the stock has newfound support, perhaps to take it back to its old highs above $140....462 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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