The Top Ten Stocks for July 10

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July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Julie Hyman report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)


Time for the top 10. lumber is good falling, -- life -- lumber liquidators falling after being downgraded by credit suisse.

Number nine, costco little changed.

The retailer reported better than estimated june comparable sales.

They were up 6%. in part because of higher fuel costs.

The discount retailer family dollar says they are in early stages of a turnaround and announced they will begin selling beer and wine and about 200 stores.

I guess for a dollar each.

I don't think everything is exactly a dollar.

Maybe a can of beer for dollar.

Seven is crumbs, up 1200%. that, of course, the cousin is trading under a buck.

The cupcake retailer close up shop this week.

The company said to be in talks to very interested parties.

The company may be forced to trigger a default on more than $14 million in debt.

Number six again 6% after announcing a rise in second-quarter sales.

The action sports related retailer has topped estimates every quarter so far this fiscal year.

Number five is zynga.

The online gaming company is put back in compliance with nasdaq rules after two board members resigned.

And online gaming continues.

Matt miller asked if it was even still a company.

It has been quite beat up.

Let's go very old-school -- wd-40 missed third-quarter estimates.

The cleaning product manufacturer saw sales fall to $45 million in the americas.

I love that rotted.

It is a lifesaver around the house.

Number three, regeneron pharmaceuticals saying they plan to expand after product trials down and reduced symptoms of disease.

Number two, unitedhealth group in the red.

According to analysts, the stock is trading now at a higher than usual premium compared to its ears, not necessarily work that premium.

And that number one, potbelly . you liked this stock and the savages.

The company having its worst day ever.

The hot sandwich chain reporting sales that trailed wall street estimates.

And the stock is down 50% this year.

It went public about nine months ago, and at the time, demand was relatively strong for the ipo, but since then has dissolved.

It ipoed at a time when the fast casual eating out dining establishment is growing on fire.

Everyone talks about chipotle, for instance, so it is kind of surprising that it has gone down so much and that investors are so bearish about it.

We are heading towards the

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