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5 Names to Buy on a Broad Market Pullback


Target, Wal-Mart, eBay and more are up over 40% year to date; consider buying them on a broad market pullback.

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Over the weekend, we looked over the broad services sector, which has been red-hot. Such names that have performed extremely well year-to-date are: Target (TGT) 23.36%, Wal-Mart (WMT) 25.25%, eBay (EBAY) 41.99%, Comcast (CMCSA) 42.78% and Expedia (EXPE) 94.61%.'s proprietary algorithm has listed below the strongest and weakest five names within the services industry based on Friday, August 3 close. In theory if you were long the strongest five and short the weakest five, you would have a gain of 75.71%. Not bad, but of course, what do you do now with these names?

With the exception of Wal-Mart, which we pointed out in a recent article was overbought, we would look to add to these names on a nice pullback in the broad markets. Let's see how algo rates these names below.

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