For Those More Sanguine Than I

Last night, I was berated by an old friend for continuing to predict that the Orioles will land an ace pitcher and win the American League East next year -- and for spending too much time talking about what not to buy in the current market. Although I think that latter topic continues to be a valid discussion, I think I have made my case that investors should avoid those companies with poor fundamentals and financials, as measured by F-scores.

So, today, I want to spend a little time looking for companies that are hitting on all cylinders that are outside my usual deep-value universe. These might be worth consideration by investors that are more sanguine about market conditions and valuation levels than I....629 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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