Best of the Fool: Top 5 articles of the past week (02 September to 08 September)

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4 stocks for a rise in confidence  02 September, 2013

Companies mentioned: Westfield Group (ASX: WDC), Myer (ASX: MYR),  Harvey Norman (ASX: HVN), Nick Scali (ASX: NCK)

Put the brakes on your Lexus, there’s been a recall  05 September, 2013

Companies mentioned: Toyota (NYSE: TM)

Should you buy Drillsearch?  September 03, 2013

Companies mentioned:  Newcrest Mining (ASX: NCM),  Drillsearch (ASX: DLS), Santos (ASX: STO), Nick Scali (ASX: NCK)

3 blue chips move into the sell zone  September 04, 2013

Companies mentioned: Commonwealth Bank (ASX: CBA), Telstra (ASX: TLS), Woolworths (ASX: WOW)

Are stocks about to fall?   September 03, 2013

Companies mentioned: S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO), BHP Billiton (ASX: BHP), Telstra (ASX: TLS)

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