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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.
Following the herd can make you money. After all, there’s nothing wrong with finding the
latest momentum play and riding it for big gains. The difficult part is knowing when to jump off...
In my years of trading and investing, I’ve always found that the headlines can lead you to a few good opportunities, but the best stocks to buy are those that are underappreciated and underloved,...
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