3 Outstanding Bargains

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John and David are always looking for young, growth companies in their real-money, 10-Bagger portfolio, but they also look for great companies that investors don't particularly care for right now. And they seem to be seeing a lot of great brand names in the bargain bin right now. For example, Nike recently warned that weakness in Europe is having a negative impact, and investors started impulsively selling shares. Under Armour may be nipping at its heels, but we still like Nike a lot. Deckers Outdoor has also felt the pinch from higher sheepskin prices for its UGG boots. But their popularity remains strong, setting up for a turnaround as sheepskin prices fall. The biggest bargain of all, however, is the world's largest company: Apple. It's hard to believe that the company trades for just over 10 times earnings, adjusted for cash and investments, with the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini on the way. This one won't stay on sale for long.

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