Are Luxury Stocks Finally Cheap Enough to Buy?
Aug 4th 2012 10:00AM
Updated Aug 4th 2012 10:02AM
In today's edition of "Talkin' Stocks," Andrew and Austin look at the recent drubbing that many big-name luxury stocks have taken. Despite what looks like a horrible market to be invested in right now, there are a few great names that rise to the surface as companies that Austin expects to continue outperforming in the future.
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