Richard Band of Profitable Investing of Potomac rings bells for American Telephone & Telegraph (T, NYSE, low $30s).
"The stock has plunged 35 percent from its December 1989 high. Yet, the company's earnings were actually up for the first half of the year, despite a soft economy. The company also hiked its dividend by 10 percent. AT&T has transformed itself from an old-time utility into a bona fide growth company. This royal blue chip stock should double in price over the next three to five years."
Carlton Lutts, The Cabot Market Letter, Salem, Mass., likes Compression Labs (CLIX, OTC, mid teens).
"Compression Labs is the world leader in the design of two-way video teleconferencing systems -- telephones that let you see who you're talking to . . . The technology is still too expensive for most individuals, but a growing number of corporations are finding great value in conducting conference calls with video as well as audio content . . . For the latest quarter, revenues grew 92 percent . . . We rate this stock a buy."