10 S&P 500 Stocks to Consider … At Much Lower Prices

The market itself is sitting at lofty valuations, but several S&P 500 stocks are extremely overheated. Consider giving these 10 picks a little time to cool off.

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Analysts might have been bullish about the S&P 500's stocks heading into 2021, but they weren't exactly exuberant.

According to a December report by FactSet Vice President and Senior Earnings Analyst John Butters, analysts' average projection has the S&P 500 Index hitting 4,000.28 by the end of 2021. If the estimate pans out, 2021 would be third consecutive year of positive returns for the index … albeit at a good-but-not-great 6.5% growth rate for the year.

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Will Ashworth
Contributing Writer, Kiplinger.com

Will has written professionally for investment and finance publications in both the U.S. and Canada since 2004. A native of Toronto, Canada, his sole objective is to help people become better and more informed investors. Fascinated by how companies make money, he's a keen student of business history. Married and now living in Halifax, Nova Scotia, he's also got an interest in equity and debt crowdfunding.