Strength in Adversity

May has been a rough month for the markets so far; the selloffs have been sharp, and the rallies have been weak. But there is always a trading opportunity somewhere, and the stocks that have held up well during the past two weeks should lead the way if the markets turn higher. If they move lower instead, traders who are focused on the long side might want to look at the following names on dips.

If you're going to be a buyer, I'd prefer that you look at these names as opposed to some of the go-to stocks of the past year. For example, MasterCard (MA) and (PCLN) are two examples of former market darlings that now appear vulnerable. We'll look at three stocks that have flown under the radar for the most part, one each in the technology, recreation, and pharmaceutical sectors....275 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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