3 Stocks to Buy on the Bounce

Point Break - Skydive

Mastery told you the decline would not take hold, we focus on 3 stocks to buy that will continue to rise.

What stocks to buy now that the major indexes are bouncing back?  The best options out there with the least amount of risk are General Electric (NYSE:GE), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), and Sony Corp (NYSE:SNE).

If Market Correction fizzles Buy GE

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Let the market tank. Then buy the ultimate global, financially safe, and stable growth company -- GE.

Stocks are all falling today and the market is taking General Electric Company (GE)  down along with it.  GE shares have dropped 6.34% in the past 5 days. 

Yoda Graffitti

Mastery highlighted some money stocks picks including Safe Stocks, TEVA, a wild ride with the VXX and more.

The last week of March included such gems as Teva, General Electric, the VXX, and many more.  Behold the best content of the week and enjoy a cut from THE WALL.

 

3 More Safe Stock Picks

Brown-Forman (BF.B)

Mastery once again puts the focus on safe investing and brings to light 3 stocks that should hold up well despite a turbulent market.

This week we shine the spot light on three 'safe' stocks that include Altria Group (NYSE:MO), The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE:DIS), and Brown-Forman Corp. (NYSE:BF.B).


3 Safe Stock Picks

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The market could trade sideways indefinitely now that the S&P 500 hit 1,400.  Mastery reviews 3 stocks you can buy that will help you sleep at night.

Its the first day of Spring in 2012 and with the S&P 500 already reaching 1,400 this year, its time to think safety.  That means companies with deep pockets, plenty of revenue and a business that will continue to prosper in a volatile tape.  Making the cut are 3 household name stocks, the winners being Potash Corp./Saskatchewan (USA) (POT) General Electric Company (GE), and Ford Motor Company  (F).


 

Will General Electric (GE) break $20?

General Electric

Value investors love General Electric (GE) and income investors love the Dividend. How could shares not break $20?

Shares are up 15% in the last 90 days - but we think they have even more room to run.

Corruption

Wonder what your Congressmen are trading? They certainly aren't working together or helping the U.S. economy. They are however buying stocks and you should know which ones. 

Last week the Godfather of financial blogging Barry Ritholtz put out a great article that listed the top 10 holdings of our U.S. Congress.  Making the top 5 were General Electric (GE), Procter and Gamble (PG), Bank of America (BAC), Microsoft (MSFT), and Cisco Systems (CSCO).


 

Dr. Doom

Mastery embraces the decline, its a great time to shop for stocks.  Let's not forget about the Black Friday / Cyber Monday bounce -- we got your picks.

Fellow Masters, its brutal 2% declines in the Dow Jones and S&P 500 that create the best buying opportunities and a chance to buy on the cheap.  Making the cut for potential considerations are Microsoft (MSFT), Best Buy (BBY), GameStop (GME) and General Electric (GE).