Why growth stocks plunge, part one

Why growth stocks plunge, part one. It has only been more than three months since most U.S. growth stocks reached their all-time highs in October last year to January 2022. During this period, the three major U.S. stock market indexes ended at 1/27, from the highest point in history; the Dow Jones fell 8%, the S&P 500 fell 11%, and the Nasdaq, which represents growth stocks and technology stocks fell 17%,

Misunderstanding of price and value

Misunderstanding of price and value. The difference between price and value is the first lesson for all investors. As I said in section 5-2 of the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”, most people incline to buy penny stocks, thinking that low-priced stocks have more room to rise in the future and are less risky. In fact, the risk is relatively high.

The possibility of civilian production industry to be super growth stocks

Discover the possibility of super growth stocks in the civilian production industry. Since the chapter 3 of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing” discussed in detail how I discover super growth stocks in the technology industry, I also advocate that investors should guard their own ability to select stocks. But here comes the problem.

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