Still Finding Growth on the Cheap

This market is a challenging one to trade. The recent rally feels long in the tooth, concerns around Europe and slowing worldwide growth remain and the "fiscal cliff" looms larger by the day. That being said, equities remain reasonably priced from a historical perspective -- especially with 10-year government yields far below 2%.

I am looking to deploy new cash into cheap equities on any pullbacks. One method I use to find bargains in a cautious market is to seek out stocks that have cheap valuations, solid projected growth prospects in 2013 and in which insiders have shown recent buying interest. Here are two that make the grade....336 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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