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Top value stocks you need to buy now
With an average price-to-earnings (P/E) multiple of 39.7, the stock market is pretty pricey at the moment. Nowhere is this more evident than the electric vehicle (EV) industry, where companies like Tesla and NIO boast multi-billion-dollar valuations despite relatively low sales and profits.
This company bucks that EV trend. This iconic American automaker is committed to an all-electric future, but its shares trade at a dirt-cheap valuation compared to its high-flying EV-only rivals. Let’s dig deeper to see why this is one of the top value stocks to buy right now. Here is one of the cheapest ways for investors to bet on the explosive electric vehicle opportunity.
You don’t have to be an expert to make money in the stock market
During the two years that followed the 2008 crisis, America went through the worst recession since the Great Depression.
And throughout that same two-year timeframe when most Americans struggled to regain their footing, trading expert Andrew Keene found a unique way to make millions…
This “code” let him see when the hedge funds and investment banks were making incredibly lucrative trades.
Trades that wouldn’t make sense to the everyday American simply because the company wasn’t in the news.
And at that moment, he wondered if he could continuously tag along with these mysterious trades – taking a slice of the profits along the way.
So he tested it out…
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