When the stock market is viewed as a singular entity, rather than as a market made up of individual stocks, babies (quality stocks) can get thrown out with the bathwater (selling action) during periods of volatility – and this provides an opportunity for value investors. Today’s article highlights four such value prospects – stocks that the author notes had “fine earnings reports but sold off anyway. These companies are all trading at a significant discount to their long-term averages with forward-looking growth expectations in-line with historical performance, signaling an irrational gap in pricing.” For these four stocks, CLICK HERE.
4 High-Quality Blue Chip Stock Babies Thrown Out With The Market Bathwater
- by Bob Mitchell
Tags:Blue Chip StocksEarnings ReportsForward-Looking Growth ExpectationsIndividual StocksInvestInvestingMarket VolatilityQuality StocksSellingStock MarketStock Pricing GapsValue InvestorsValue Stocks