The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, November 5

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Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks including LeapFrog Enterprises, Pandora and AOL. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

30 minutes.

Let's count down the top 10 trades you need to know about.

Let's start with number 10 and t-mobile, with the wireless carrier posting third quarter sales that beat analyst estimates as cheaper phones and upgrade strategies attracted customers.

They added 648,000 new, monthly subscribers in the quarter.

Number nine, leapfrog enterprises -- shares plunging after the educational toy maker cut its forecast, warning of a challenging holiday season and a competitive landscape.

Number eight, trans canada, the canadian company seeking to build the keystone xl pipeline reporting that profits rose 30%. they expect the controversial pipeline to be in service two years after presidential temperament.

Samsung hosting its first analyst day in eight years and second in history.

They will discuss long-term business strategy before 350 analyst experts and investors.

Michael kors reported a 40% jump in second-quarter revenue driven by a 23% gain in same- store sales, and they say they were driven by strong demand for trendy handbags and watches.

Number five, hertz car rental company reporting profits that beast -- beat estimates.

They also reaffirmed its lower full-year forecast, but noted improvement in airport rentals after the government shutdowns.

Number four, pandora media says its market share has increased after apple unveiled the competing itunes radio.

Pandora says hours of listening grew nine percent, and active listeners were up 27% year-over- year.

One analyst said it was the stickiness of pandora users.

Number three is blackberry, the struggling smartphone maker embarking on a plan yesterday after the collapse of a buyout deal.

The effort will infuse much- needed cash into the company, but shares yesterday were down 15% on the news.

Number two, johnson & johnson, as they have agreed to pay more than $2.2 billion to resolve criminal and civil probes into the marketing of any attack psychotic drug and other medications.

It is one of the largest health care fraud settlements in history.

The number one stopped to watch this morning, well.

Reporting third-quarter results that topped wall street estimates.

I spoke with the ceo who talk about how the online giant will focus more on original content and the automatic ad by yang.

-- ad buying.

Will do both for aol.

Getting straight to the call on the markets.

I want to bring in the managing director and equity portfolio for j.p. morgan private bank who oversees 930 5 billion in assets.

His call that fair valuation is not high valuation.

Great to see you.

What do you mean by that?

Do you worry people are talking about a bubble?

You hear some people talk about the valuations are up.

As a small reminder, you have gotten back to average.

Why do you think -- these are smart people who have talked about this.

Why do you think they are coming out with it?

You can come back and look at the world and say two years ago you could have bought stocks at 10 times earnings.

That was a two-month window of time.

You had to have acted very quickly.

After that valuations have gone up for multiple points.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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