Stocks for the 'Too Hard' Pile

I was visiting a client of mine a week ago, sitting in his office, and we were rapping about stocks, which I am reasonably good at. I've been in the business some time now, but he's been in the business even longer and has accumulated enough wisdom to know that you don't have to trade every stock just because you have an opinion. Going further, you don't even have to have an opinion on every stock. Safety first.

So we were talking about Amazon (AMZN), and for sure I have an opinion on Amazon, and my friend just shakes his head and says, "That one goes in the 'too hard' pile." I laughed, because that's the perfect description of that silly company. There are more disagreements on Amazon's valuation than on any other stock, with the possible exception of Tesla Motors (TSLA). If you want to start an argument at an idea dinner, say the word "Amazon."...465 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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