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October 19, 2018  
Fatal Attraction 

Is it a good idea to buy a beaten down blue-chip stock?
I get this question every so often. Sometimes, the person asking the question follows up by asking me "aren't you supposed to buy them when they're on sale?"
Take step back. A company that exhibits qualities that are valued by investors, such as consistently strong sales and earnings growth, could see its common stock trade lower while it's on its way to a higher price per share. These dips, a.k.a. volatility, are normal and the cause could be a number of things, such as a broad based stock market retreat. That is NOT what I'm talking about in this post.
I'm talking about household, blue-chip stocks that have been beaten down to a fraction of the price they once traded at, i.e. a 70 dollar former blue-chip stock now trading at 10. Does the low price mean you're getting a great stock at a discount or is it fatal attraction? This is the question I answer in this video that I recorded a few days ago. 
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Here you go and please reply with your thoughts: 
Is it a good idea to buy beaten down Blue Chip stocks? 
Is it a good idea to buy beaten down Blue Chip stocks?

Now watch this video from October 10th when the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down over 800 points - What no one is telling you:

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