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This site appears to be a subscription site. Could you paraphrase?

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Hi Donna,

Just saw your post and I tried the link again. The first time, I didn't have to register, the whole article came up, now it's blocked. I'm sorry I didn't keep the info.

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The link worked for me. It sounds like information that SSB puts out each year about this time. Ask them and you can probably get a copy. Of course they would like your business as well.

Some information on their picks from the article:

…Smith Barney, the brokerage arm of Citigroup Inc., has unveiled its list of top picks for 2005. The new list includes 59 stocks…
The list includes a number of well-known names such as RadioShack Corp. (RSH-N) and J.C. Penney Co. Inc. (JCP-N) in the retailing sectors, Intel Corp. (INTC-Q) in semiconductors, Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO-Q) in telecom equipment, Bank of America (BAC-N) in the banks, PepsiCo. Inc. (PEP-N) in beverages and Time Warner Inc. (TWX-N) in entertainment, but also some lesser-known names such as Bone Care International Inc. (BCII-Q) in specialty pharmaceuticals, Pactiv Corp. (PTV-N) in containers and packaging, and Community Health Systems Inc. (CYH-N) in health care facilities.
United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS-N) got the nod in the airfreight and surface transportation group.
Charles Schwab Corp. (SCH-N) and Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (MER-N) were the picks in the brokerage and asset managers category.
Gillette Co. (G-N) was the top choice in the cosmetics and household products group.
Geoff Kieburtz selected Halliburton Co. (HAL-N) as his top pick in the oil-field equipment and services sector

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