Overall, stock analysts tend to be a bullish bunch, which makes sense given that over the long run the stock market tends to the upward direction albeit with the occasional bear market in between. But there are some stocks we've found among the S&P 500 components, where the median analyst target price calls for either a miniscule gain relative to peers or even a loss in share price over the forward twelve months! Either the anaylsts have it wrong, or these stocks could be toxic to your portfolio in the short run.

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