Hang Up on Verizon
The quest for yield drove wireless giant Verizon's (VZ) shares to a decade-long high of $46.41 just weeks ago. Since then the stock has started to fall back, closing Tuesday at $42.89. But it still looks pricey for a company that has shown a negative trend in earnings per share since 2002.
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