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3 Reasons To Own Loews

Twenty-six months ago I recommended that investors buy Loews (NYSE:L), the holding company run by the Tisch family. Since then the stock is up 112% compared to 84% for the Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index. You might think that the strong performance of its stock over the last two years would make me hesitant to recommend it once again; you'd be mistaken. Even trading above $42, there are at least three reasons why you should buy Loews stock. (For more on growth stock, check out Steady Growth Stocks Win The Race.)
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Alcatel-Lucent Still In The Fight

Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) has had a long, difficult run. Created through the combination of two once well-respected, but struggling, telecom equipment vendors, Alcatel-Lucent has itself struggled to drive efficiencies from the merger. Making matters worse, the company has had to cope with a challenging capital equipment market while dealing with the rise of Chinese rivals Huawei and ZTE.
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5 Hot Brazilian Stocks

Brazil, just like other emerging BRIC markets, seems to be well positioned for new growth opportunities. Brazil, Russia, India and China will likely have years, if not decades, of tremendous growth in their futures when compared with the developed markets. (For background reading, see Investing In Brazil 101.)

The Brazilian economy is the 10th largest economy in the world. Despite losing half its value at the end of 2008, Brazil's stock market index, the Bovespa, has already recovered back to its pre-recessionary highs.
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Great Stocks For Cheap

The goal in investing is to pay less than what a business is worth. One way investors attempt to do that is investing in stocks trading below book value. Strictly speaking, book value is defined as the net worth of a company. Deduct a company's liabilities from its assets and what you are left with is "net assets" also referred to as equity or book value. While such an investment approach is simplistic and not a guaranteed recipe for investment success, it does offer a lot of promise.
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