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There’s an element of danger to investing in low-priced stocks. Yes, a stock that trades at $6 can seem cheaper than a stock that trades at $60, but valuations matter, not nominal prices.
Here are my three favorite funds for playing the quality theme, along with a list of 16 pristine stocks.
China, the world’s second-largest economy, has been slowing, and that has American investors worried.
True, Chinese gross domestic product clocked a 6.4% annual gain in the final three months...
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