Common Sense Trades Outside the U.S.

I want to wrap up the theme of common sense investing today as I ran across a few stocks in my screening efforts that I have not mentioned yet. These are all outside of the United States and seem to be very cheap in spite of a strong operating history.

Opportunities here at home, especially new ones, have become limited as the market has stubbornly refused to go lower in the face of zero interest rate policies. I do not really see anything in the economy, or in the broad market valuations, to justify continued higher prices. The market, however, continues to trade on the Fed and the Fed only. We have gone an extended period of time without a pullback and common sense would seem to dictate we will get one before too much longer....634 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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