Consider These Bargain Stocks

Whether you want to invest in them or not, there are still some companies trading at dirt cheap stock prices. These businesses may be boring or off most investors' radar -- what makes them interesting is their current share prices relative to what you get to own and the future possibilities.

Many legendary investors have profited handsomely from buying statistically cheap businesses. Sir John Templeton profited from buying every stock on NYSE that was trading for $1 or less. The huge upside from the winners offset the losers that went bust. Warren Buffett in his early days bought "cigar butt" stocks: cheap stocks from businesses that had one or two good puffs left....454 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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