What are Turnaround Stocks?
Some of the greatest stock market winners were businesses once “discarded” by Wall Street and the media, only to make a high-growth comeback that almost no one saw coming…
Atlanta-based Beazer Homes (BZH) dropped to $1.25 after the 2007 real estate crash, but rose to $20 within years.
Chrysler fell to $3 in 1981 after receiving a bailout from the Federal Government, only to bounce back to $25 in 1983.
Signet Jewelers (SIG) was considered a future bankruptcy by Wall Street when it fell to $6 in 2020. By the end of 2021, one share shot up to $108.
What Is TurnaroundInvesting.com?
We create research and analysis on turnaround and distressed stocks.
Our goal is to find the highest profit turnaround opportunities in any industry.
Our research is inspired by the greatest turnaround investor who ever lived, George Putnam III, who pioneered this form of investing in the early 1980s.
Are the least correlated stock category compared to the general market, according to Peter Lynch, former manager of the Magellan Fund at Fidelity.
Have the potential to see large, fast gains without the need to bet on risky tech or cryptos.
Are one of the least efficient areas of the stock markets, most investors are terrified of them until it’s too late to get in.
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