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Cheap Bargain Stocks was created to help investors get a piece of mind they deserve and focus on the cheapest institutional quality stocks in the market. We do not cover penny stocks or anything that is no liquid. We only focus on institutional quality stocks that are very cheap and poised to move higher. If you are looking for day trading or stock tips- this service is not for you. Conversely, if you are a conservative long-term investor who wants new high-quality ideas, then by all means take a free trial because it behooves you to subscribe.
CheapBargainStocks.com is a subsidiary of 50 Park Investments. 50 Park was created by Adam Sarhan, a Contributor to Forbes, and a +20 year investor. Adam has a BA and MA in Political Science and founded his business in his dorm room in Grad school. Adam is passionate about helping investors successfully navigate capital markets.
Find Value Before The Crowd:
Apple Inc (AAPL):
Apple is the gift that keeps on giving and it is one of our favorite under-valued growth stocks. Warren Buffett recently announced a huge position in the company – after it was featured in our report. Apple soared nearly 180% since it was featured near $77/share.
Amazon.com is another gem that we first featured near $342/share. The stock has vaulted ~400% since it was featured!
Google is another gem that we found years ago when it was deeply under-valued.
Adobe Inc. (ADBE):
Adobe was a recent monster that has jumped over 100% since it was featured in our report.
Facebook Inc (FB):
In the summer of 2013, our founder, Adam Sarhan, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal and told the world he was bullish on Facebook at $33. The rest is history
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