A lot of companies approaching correction territory.
Google is closing in, you'll want this baby maker.
Energy is seasonally low, buy it.
In real estate it is "location, location, location." In stocks it's quality, quality, quality. The problem is that in the stock market, basically everybody knows who the quality stocks are. There are certain companies that only go on sale once or twice a decade, usually during correlated market corrections when "everything" falls in price.To read more, a subscription is needed: Click here to subscribe