Investors Hate “Black Friday” Stocks — but That’s a Big Mistake
Every year, frenzied Black Friday shoppers leave a trail of destruction in their wake.
In fact, seemingly normal people get so riled up the morning after Thanksgiving that they turn into complete lunatics.
They’ll literally fight their fellow shoppers in order to save money on 55-inch televisions and other items on sale.
Yet, for some reason, people don’t act the same way when it comes to buying stocks.
Instead of loading up on shares by the basketful when they go on sale, investors run for the hills.
That makes no sense to me!
Instead, you should buy stocks like you’d buy sale items on Black Friday.
I tell you why in my latest video…
1 Problem Plaguing Investors
Most investors have no idea what price to pay for a stock.
In fact, often the only reason they’re buying shares is because a stock’s price is moving higher.
But buying rising stocks is a fast path to the poorhouse.
You see, the problem is that many people don’t know how to figure out the underlying worth of a business. Heck, most investors have no idea what products or services a company even offers!
As a result, they have no idea if its stock is trading for a bargain, or if it’s overvalued.
That’s why I share my insights on how to pay the right price for a stock with my Alpha Investor Report readers.
Because once you know a company’s true worth … you’ll be able to look at any stock and know if it’s trading at a bargain price.
If it is, you buy it. If it’s not, go to lunch!
Of course, if you don’t want to worry about crunching all the numbers yourself, I invite you to join my research service.
In it, I do all the heavy lifting for you.
All you need to do is sit back, read my analysis and enjoy as we target stocks with massive growth potential.
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Editor, Alpha Investor Report
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