Buying a cheap stock is like a trap hand in poker

Buying a cheap stock is like a trap hand in poker; it’s hard to get away from. When you buy a stock solely because it’s cheap, it’s difficult to sell if it moves against you because then it’s even cheaper, which is the reason you bought it in the first place. The cheaper it gets, the more attractive it becomes based on the “it’s cheap” rationale. This is the type of thinking that gets investors in big trouble. Most investors look for bargains instead of looking for leaders, and more often than not they get what they pay for. – Mark Minervini

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Igor Marinkovic

Electronic engineer, futures trader and property investor and total beginner in making good web sites