Let's talk about Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Nike instead.
These aren't classic deep-value stocks, but they have high potential.
At this price, the big boys might want to crash the yoga party.
Investors who discount the Russia news will get stung.
Let's dig into two of them.
In fact, these three names are alive and kicking.
Expect three days of scary headlines.
The last refuge of failed CFOs.
Hope for some warm weather. Meantime, J.C. Penney is smoking hot.
Don't get caught in this perpetual investor trap.

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