Several months ago, Rob Arnott, Shane Sheppard and I wrote an article entitled, Yes, It’s a bubble. So what? In that piece, we argued that many stocks were approaching bubble levels, but warned that the market could go even higher. Well, now its higher so at Cornell Capital we went back to the drawing board to find what we thought are the ten of the best bubble candidates. We did so because we believe these are the type of companies whose stock could drop 50% or more if the economy slows, sentiment changes, and the market declines. To avoid the list being polluted by tiny companies, we only considered candidates with a market capitalization of at least $5 billion. We also avoided health care companies because we are not health care experts and many of the health related companies have experienced big stock run-ups associated with specific potential treatments that we cannot evaluate. What follows is our list of ten in no particular order along with a brief explanation of why each company is on the list. The list is not meant to comprehensive.