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Time Warner, Gap, and Visa: Examining the Strongest Names in the Services Sector


The eight names that make the list have been rated a Strong Buy for an average duration of 79 days.

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL is taking a look at the services sector today, which dominates our proprietary "20 Strongest Names in the S&P 500" with eight names on the list. As we mentioned yesterday, the health care is the strongest sector, but the services sector has been working for a longer period of time. The eight names listed below have been rated a Strong Buy for an average duration of 79 days. The left-hand side of the first graph will show you how long each name has been a Strong Buy. There is no reason to get fancy; stay with what's been working in this market, and this includes the services sector.

As you can see from the chart below, the following companies made our top service stocks: Gannett (NYSE:GCI), The Gap (NYSE:GPS), The Home Depot (NYES:HD), Moody's Corp (NYSE:MCO) Scripps Networks (NYSE:SNI), Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC), Time Warner (NYSE:TWX) and Visa (NYSE:V).

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