Despite the fact that this online apparel company has posted a profit every quarter since going public two years ago (with a 35% increase in revenue in the last quarter), its stock recently sank to a 52-week low, a drop that the author of today’s article believes presented “one of the best risk/reward opportunities in small-to-mid-cap internet.” And while the stock has since experienced a recovery, he argues that “the stock is still a bargain and bears…are dead wrong and will be running for cover and licking their wounds in the coming months.” For more, CLICK HERE.
“Finding deals is no easy task in this type of market,” acknowledges the author of today’s article. But for those willing to do a little dumpster diving in the hunt for potential deals, he proceeds to identify what are among the worst-performing asset classes (and worst-performing stocks and funds within those asset classes) of the past three years. What are these asset classes, stocks and funds – and what does the author advise is the critical question investors should ask themselves “when sorting through the bargain bin”? CLICK HERE.