Many investors say it, but only a few actually do it. “Buy low, sell high” is a time-tested, winning strategy that has enriched the likes of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, yet not everyone has the guts to actually execute the “buy low” part of the formula.
Of course, you can’t just buy any stock when it’s down. You’ll want to focus on companies that are either profitable now, or have strong prospects of becoming profitable in the near future. It also helps if the company is part of a growing industry, and provides products or services that are in demand.
So, are you ready to dive into the bargain bin and scoop up some prime deals? As they say, no guts, no glory – and the most glorious rewards will come to those who buy shares of good companies when other traders are selling them.
1. Plug Power (PLUG) is headquartered in Latham, New York, and the company designs and sells hydrogen fuel cells. Impressively, Plug Power has deployed over 50,000 fuel-cell systems for e-mobility, which is more than any other company in the world.
Plus, Plug Power is the world’s largest buyer of liquid hydrogen, and has even built and operated a hydrogen highway across North America. Plug Power’s customers include giants like Amazon, BMW, The Southern Company, and Walmart.
If any company is “plugged” into the electric vehicle revolution, it’s Plug Power. For instance, the company just inked a deal with Edison Motors to power Edison’s electric bus platform with Plug Power’s 125-kilowatt ProGen fuel-cell engine.
PLUG stock has gone as high as $69.88 during the past 52 weeks, so don’t be afraid to pick up a few shares and join the hydrogen-power movement today.
2. Palantir Technologies (PLTR) hails from Denver Colorado, and the company builds intelligence and counterterrorism software platforms. Palantir’s clients include some private businesses, but government entities are among the company’s most lucrative clients.
You just never know who Palantir will be working with next. For example, the company recently announced a multi-year partnership to deploy Palantir’s data-integration software platform, Foundry, in energy-infrastructure giant Kinder Morgan’s storage operations to enhance efficiency and safety.
Plus, biomolecular condensates company Dewpoint Therapeutics plans to use Palantir’s Foundry platform to help discover treatments and cures for challenging diseases. Turning our attention to government entities, the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems is executing the second option year of its partnership with Palantir on the Army Vantage program, for $116.3 million for the year.
Clearly, Palantir is working to make the world a more secure place – yet, the company isn’t popular on Wall Street at the moment. With a 52-week high of $38.26, PLTR stock definitely looks like a bargain it its current share price.
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3. ViacomCBS (VIAC) is a media and entertainment giant that’s headquartered in New York. If you’ve ever watched CBS, MTV, Comedy Central, CMT, Nickelodeon, or Showtime, then you’ve experienced at least one of ViacomCBS’s many entertainment brands.
When Archegos Capital over-leveraged itself on some telecom stocks and was forced to liquidate its positions in those assets, the VIAC share price plummeted. This wasn’t ViacomCBS’s fault, though, and there’s a prime buying opportunity here that’s ripe for the picking.
Not long ago, ViacomCBS reminded investors of the company’s size and scope, when it announced a comprehensive distribution agreement with Comcast Cable to deliver ViacomCBS’s portfolio of broadcast, entertainment, news, and sports programming to Xfinity customers.
Just that deal, by itself, will significantly expand ViacomCBS’s market reach. Still, largely because of the Archegos Capital incident, VIAC stock is far from its 52-week high of $101.97 – and don’t be surprised if the stock revisits that peak sometime this year.
4. Rocket Companies (RKT) is a Detroit, Michian-based business with a massive presence in the U.S. mortgage-loan origination market. Astoundingly, Rocket is responsible for over $1 trillion in transaction volume since the company’s inception.
This company 2.5 million loans for its clients, and has a net client retention rate that exceeds 90%. From searching for a home to approving a loan and practically every step in between, Rocket Companies provides a true end-to-end home-buying experience.
Despite the company’s powerful stats, investors have chosen to rotate out of RKT stock in early 2022. As a result, Rocket Companies’ trailing 12-month P/E ratio is absurdly low, at just 4.13.
This indicates that the company is posting strong earnings but the profits aren’t currently reflected in the share price. So, if you’re ready, consider taking a rocket ride back to the 52-week high of $43 with RKT stock.
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