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USA Today: Here Are Some Stocks That Have Soared After 3-Year Slump

By    |   Friday, 25 Jul 2014 10:35 AM

Some companies have prolonged periods of misfortune and then come back roaring. So it makes sense that their stocks would follow the same pattern.

USA Today, using data from S&P Capital IQ, lists the 10 stocks in the S& P 500 index that have rebounded by the same percentage or more this year than they lost during the prior three years.

Among the most well-known names on the list are:
  • Alcoa (Ticker: AA), which has jumped 60.4 percent this year, after dropping 30.9 percent over the last three years.
  • Ford Motor (F), which has gained 15.2 percent this year, after falling 8.1 percent over the past three years.
  • Corning (GLW), which has climbed 24.5 percent this year, after declining 7.8 percent over the last three years.
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Morningstar analyst Andrew Lane offers a mixed assessment of Alcoa. "Although it is a low-cost producer of alumina, this is not enough to offset a middling cost position for aluminum production," he writes on Morningstar.com.

"Additionally, aluminum prices must appreciate significantly in order for the company to generate positive economic profits."

Lane's colleague David Whiston gives a mixed view of Ford too. "It continues to increase its consideration in America, mostly because it did not take government loans and is making better cars," he writes. "More emphasis on quality is paying off as well."

Meanwhile, Morningstar analyst Peter Wahlstrom is positive on Corning. "We believe Corning's technology portfolio and manufacturing capabilities will allow the firm to remain the leading supplier of glass substrates used in liquid crystal displays."

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