Not All Trains Have Left the Station

With the major indices smashing their way to new highs on an almost daily basis, should we buy the stocks that are leading the charge? It's tough to step into a stock like Priceline (PCLN), Google (GOOG) or Amazon (AMZN) right now, because all three of those names have had amazing runs. Also, all three are overbought, according to the relative-strength index.

If a stock is overbought, that doesn't necessarily mean it can't go higher. Still, at this moment, it might not be the best strategy to buy names that have already gone parabolic. Instead, let's take a look at some less-conspicuous names that are currently taking a breather. These stocks seem poised to join the party and break higher....311 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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