Oscar Stock #10 –
George Clooney stars as a corporate downsizer who spends his days in hotels, airports and airplanes as he travels around the country laying off
other companies’ workers in Up in the Air. But as he begins to work with a young female colleague and keeps running into a seasoned female
traveler on his trips, his stone cold heart begins to stir. Though a fan favorite, Clooney and his movie missed out on the top Oscar honors.
When you think about travel in today’s tough economic climate, the best stock for investors is by far Priceline.com (PCLN).
The company’s “name your own price” model on hotel rooms and airfare is a big hit with cost-conscious consumers, and helped fuel
a dramatic earnings report a few weeks ago. Specifically, the stock jumped 10% in one day thanks to its quarterly earnings doubling over the previous
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10 Oscar Stocks That Deserve the Spotlight
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