Number of takeover offers highest since 2007 level

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If the companies you own shares of haven't received a takeover offer yet, something must be wrong with them.

Nearly 60 companies in the S&P 1500—a broad measure of U.S. large caps, mid caps and small caps—have received M&A offers over the last 12 months, a 3.9 percent ratio that is the highest since 2007, according to Morgan Stanley.

One need only to look at the aggressive courting of Time Warner Cable and to see that deal activity, fueled by a mix of low interest rates and a strong dollar, is at a fever pitch.

Here's who could be targeted next.