Selling Apple (AAPL)? Look at These 5 Mega-Caps Instead

January 24, 2013 10:56 AM EST Send to a Friend
Now that you realize that Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) best days may be behind it and it's not the growth company you thought it was, it is time to start looking for some new ideas. Here are 5 mega-cap stocks that are growing earnings and have strong revenues trends to boot.

Google (NASDAQ: GOOG): Year-over-year EPS growth = 11%; Qtr-over-Qtr EPS growth = 12%; Market Cap = $248 billion.

GE (NYSE: GE): Year-over-year EPS growth = 11% Qtr-over-Qtr EPS growth = 13%; Market Cap = $232 billion.

Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC): Year-over-year EPS growth = 19%; Qtr-over-Qtr EPS growth = 25%; Market Cap = $186 billion.

Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL): Year-over-year EPS growth = 13% ; Qtr-over-Qtr EPS growth = 19%; Market Cap = $167 billion.

Visa (NYSE: V): Year-over-year EPS growth = 24% ; Qtr-over-Qtr EPS growth = 20%; Market Cap = $107 billion.

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