2 Speculative Stocks Soaring in 2013

The stock market is full of unproven, speculative stocks that aren't suitable for the average investor. However, if you're aware of company-specific risks and willing and able to accept the consequences, speculative stocks can occasionally turn out to be big winners for a portfolio. With that in mind, the Fool's health care bureau chief, Brenton Flynn, outlines two of 2013's best-performing (and speculative) stocks in the industry and offers a few words of caution to prospective buyers.

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  • Report this Comment On January 17, 2013, at 10:48 PM, clbjblk wrote:

    Instead of the video on speculation just let us know if they are in your portfolio. I am not sure but I guess not unless Motley Fool is a day trader. Could be wrong but is this advice paid for by the players or is it just advice for the future players or non players? No harm in asking if the video was free because it does make sense, but to talk about them makes more speculation when the Motley Fool uses this as an example or maybe a flip of a coin pick. I guess that this is good lotto pick for a lotto player or a day tripper. Please use judgement when unpumping a pump or maybe I spelled that wrong. No hard feelings just the Fool creates attention with the media and I do not think this is a good attention getter but purely speculation just by the balance sheet. I hope they do well but if the Fool brings them up they are in the game changers with out a reason! Again I do not know what or where this coin will end heads or tails the Fool is not Lotto or are they a player for a % of lotto? No hard feelings just opinion like a forward looking statement we all know what the media will do with that.

  • Report this Comment On January 18, 2013, at 2:40 AM, BSDetector wrote:

    Welcome aboard the PPHM train. Glad to see that someone is talking about it. Sold the last of my ARNA shares in November for PPHM knowing full well that I was walking away from more ARNA gains? Bought in at 0.80 and haven't regretted my decision for a second. Google Investors Hub PPHM for a survey of where most shareholders believe the stock is headed in the near future. April call/put ratio tells an even better story.

    Nice coverage but too many disclaimers. Say it once and be done with it. Don't worry so much about getting sued.

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