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Update on the 20 Strongest S&P 500 Stocks


New names to the list include Family Dollar Stores, eBay, and Time Warner.

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL We are now seeing the first money center bank to make our "Strongest 20" list for 2012. It's obvious in hindsight that Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) price action has been fantastic. However, we have been telling readers to get long this name since August 24 when we went to a Strong Buy. At this juncture, we expect this name to be bought on any broad market weakness and not be overbought.

Other new names to the list include Family Dollar Stores (NYSE:FDO), eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) and Time Warner (NYSE:TWX).

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This chart illustrates the most rapidly improving names in the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX):

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Lastly, the image below gives you a 30,000-foot view of the S&P 500. You will notice each rating can be viewed on a granular level.

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