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Would You Invest in 'Lost Decade' Stocks Now?

Friday, 21 Jan 2011 | 7:59 AM ET

It's been called the lost decade for stocks. Many big-cap names have been stagnant or down of the last 10 years: Microsoft down 7 percent; DuPont up just 12 percent; Cisco down 48 percent; Intel down 40 percent; and Dell down 46 percent.

Today, we want to know if you would buy stocks that have had such a rough 10 years.

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