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Top stock picks for 2011

12/29/2010 08:59 PM EST
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pixies
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pixies   1/1/2011 2:57:02 AM
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Not bad, I owe two in the list.

p_g
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p_g   12/30/2010 2:24:24 PM
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QCOM is for sure a good choice. Also its linked to AAPL, if AAPL launch CDMA cell phone it will boost up QCOM stock as well.

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LarryM99   12/30/2010 1:03:52 PM
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This part of the economic cycle should start favoring large caps anyway, but one big variable is whether or not the U.S. government will work a deal on fund repatriation. If they do, then the large multinational corporations will suddenly have better access to their overseas cash. That would give Google, Microsoft, and others a real boost. Larry M.

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eewiz   12/30/2010 5:17:08 AM
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I will bet on Apple hitting 400 atleast in 2011 :). Iphone 4 is still out of stock in many parts of the world. Btw what about Broadcom? they are doing very well too.

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Silicon_Smith   12/30/2010 4:14:05 AM
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Maybe a buy on TXN, AVGO and NXPI as well?

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Bhola_#1   12/30/2010 2:32:42 AM
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how abo tqnt, anad, swks

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