1. The highest rated stock on my screens right now is NUS, which I already own.
2. If you're portfolio tends toward the volatile side and you are looking for something to hedge a bit against a possible major correction, but don't want to go so heavy on cash that you mute a possible continuation of the bull, I recommend BRK-B (ever hear of them?). They are at about 40% cash so if there is a correction they will be ready to jump in and bottom feed. Meanwhile, most of their investments are low volatility. And, unlike a value-oriented mutual fund, there are no management expense fees and they aren't going to have to deal with a big outflow of cash if and when the market does correct.