These 3 Stocks Are Undervalued

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  • Report this Comment On April 06, 2012, at 1:52 PM, RiverRatDoc wrote:

    Great report----- for the small demographic is this country who HAVE ALREADY GOT TONS of $$$ and weathered this Administrations onslaught.

    Lets see: Berkshire Hathaway (I assume he meant the B series, and not the A series issue stock which is trading for a MERE 121,295.00 K) -- B series: $80

    Apple- Currently trading at $635, and MSM currently trading around $81.57

    Sorry guys, it was a great report. But for one who has been hit by (Losing his 401), then is now retiring, I look at stocks in the (below $25 level) after doing hours upon hours of Due Diligence. I also stay in my one sector.

    IPO's in my world are VERBOTEN--- the last IPO I had invested in was PPBV (Purple Drink). I still keep a Jar of that Nasty Crap in my refrigerator unopened to remind me never to jump in on a IPO again.

    Forgive my rambling. Call me a fool

  • Report this Comment On April 07, 2012, at 8:02 AM, jlogsdo wrote:

    Energy is the big key driver for covering long term investment opportunities along with food and high end/sophisticated manufactured products. I whole-heartedly agree that Bershire B is a good opportunity as well. Good time to buy into the market dip before we ramp up to the next level.

    And BAC is a great secret choice as a "dirty" stock - 80% undervalued, bad press and lots of cash.

  • Report this Comment On April 12, 2012, at 9:33 PM, TMFPapester wrote:

    RiverRatDoc,

    The dollar price of a stock is irrelevant. There is nothing inherently different about a $600 stock or a $25 stock. After all, the company behind the $600 stock could split it 24 ways and it becomes a $25 stock without any change in value or investment merit. Same for the $25 stock - could be reverse split into a $600 stock with no change in fundamental value.

    I suggest you widen your time spend researching - there are surely stocks you may be overlooking for unjustified reasons.

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