The 100 Best Stocks to Own for Under $20

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Dearborn, 1999 - Business & Economics - 318 pages
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These Stocks Won't Be Under $20 for Long!

Wouldn't you love to get your hands on the next Microsoft or Yahoo! and pay less than $20 a share while you're at it?

There's nothing like a collection of low-priced stocks to stir the speculative juices of investors. Just think about it: If you purchased Microsoft at its start in 1987, your $10,000 investment would have grown to more than $1 million by 1999! Even better, a $10,000 investment in Cisco Systems in 1990 would have garnered you more than $6 million in less than ten years!

Cheap stocks tend to be cheap for a reason: they're risky. But with a little help from Gene Walden, author of the quarter-million bestseller, The 100 Best Stocks to Own in America, you can turn that risk into reward. With more than 8,000 stocks selling for under $20, the choices can be overwhelming. The 100 Best Stocks to Own for Under $20 does the work for you. Using his proven and rigorous formula for picking winners, Walden pares down the list to the best 100 stocks based on:
-- Four-year earnings growth
-- Four-year revenue growth
-- Three-year stock growth
-- Four-year consistency of earnings and revenue

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About the author (1999)

Walden is a veteran journalist and columnist. He operates an investment research Web site.

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