Beware of Stocks Under $10By
A story today from BW colleague Karyn McCormack makes an interesting observation: There are a lot of brand name stocks trading below $10 these days. If your share price is under $10, that makes you a second-class stock in many investors’ eyes. It seems like an arbitrary distinction, but stocks under $10 are assumed to be risky and lower quality. Hedge funds and investing methodologies often have a blanket rule, forbidding the buying of any stocks priced that cheap.
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