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Small Portfolio? You Can Still Buy the Biggest, Most Expensive Stocks in the Market

Small Portfolio? You Can Still Buy the Biggest, Most Expensive Stocks in the Market

March 9, 2020, marks the 11-year anniversary of this epic bull run. (If the markets can hang on!) And while a lot of people have made a lot of money over these years, there is a downside…

Companies that were reasonably priced are completely out of reach for the average investor today.

On March 8, 2009, Amazon traded at $62.20.

Today you’d have to pay about $2,000 … for one share!

In fact, there are now five stocks that trade over $1,000 per share … 14 that are over $500 … and 100 different companies with share prices that exceed $200.

As a result, many of us are missing out on the biggest movers … and the biggest gains. But we don’t have to…

Amazon, Tesla, Chipotle … Grab Those Profits and More

In today’s Your Money Matters, Ted Bauman and Clint Lee reveal two simple ways for you to access today’s hottest stocks … at a fraction of the cost.

You’ll also find out:

  • The strategy companies used to use to make sure their share prices never got this high … and why they don’t do that anymore.
  • These companies have excessively high share prices … but does that mean they are overvalued?
  • Everyone wants to diversify. Everyone wants to get in on this growth. Find out how everyday investors can finally crash this profit party.

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Good investing,

Angela Jirau

Angela Jirau

Publisher, The Bauman Letter

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