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2 Coiled Spring Blue-Chip Bargains To Buy Ahead Of Earnings

2 Coiled Spring Blue-Chip Bargains To Buy Ahead Of Earnings

Posted On April 21, 2021 3:21 am
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Earnings season can be a time of incredible volatility, with even blue chips rising or falling as much as 20% in a day.

Buying undervalued hyper-growth blue chips with fantastic track records of smashing expectations quarter after quarter is a good way to maximize the odds of a glorious earnings rally.

These two companies are two of the best hyper-growth blue-chip bargains on Wall Street today. They also have a consistent record of significantly beating expectations for the last four years.

One of them is over 42% undervalued, a speculative SWAN tech giant whose investment thesis has remained firmly intact despite the recent regulatory crackdown. Analysts expect it to potentially beat the S&P 500 by 5X over the next five years, a nearly 300% consensus return potential.

The other is the best Ultra SWAN quality hyper-growth bargain on Wall Street, with a 22% margin of safety. Analysts expect it to potentially triple over the next five years. Backing up those estimates is some of the most impressive growth investment and margin expansion in corporate American history. Charlie Munger has invested $37 million into one of these companies, while I’ve invested about $200K into BABA and Amazon over the past year.

“When it’s raining gold, reach for a bucket, not a thimble.” – Warren Buffett.

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