Gamco's Mario Gabelli: Top Three Company Picks

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Aug. 28 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "This Matters Now," Mario Gabelli, founder & CEO at Gamco Investors, talks with Tom Keene about his three top company picks and his confidence in the current market. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Good morning, everyone.

"bloomberg surveillance." i am tom keene.

Read barron's to get stock picks.

We thought we would have some fun with three quick stock picks.

They carve greater thanniche -- they carve out niche markets.

They had a deal they did a year- and-a-half ago.

The ftc is holding it up.

At some point, they will have to sell it.

9 they are paint.

I used to use their paint.

I own it because they have great cash flow.

Great new products in the pipeline.

It is also a certain play on the housing market in the u.s. and houston-based company closed at 15 yesterday.

A company is trading at $27. here is another company, which g.e. bought.

They have had a lot of management mishaps.

Foreign corrupt practices act.

That is background noise.

They have $18 billion in revenues.

$13 billion is really good stock.

It is an example of what the market will pay for them.

They have $5 billion they are working out of.

U.s. cellular.

Does vodafone have to sell their part to u.s. cellular?

It is a company that is a sitting duck.

In a world of consolidation -- the family that controls it has never been good for shareholders.

Are you optimistic about equities as we go to the end of the year?

When you start a firm in 1977, which i did, and everyone is saying the debt of equity, i am is glad bloomberg bought to business week.

Mario gabelli with three stock ideas.

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