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3 Toxic Aussie Stocks to Avoid at All Costs

WARNING: Right now, there are three popular Aussie stocks on the market that we think could soon deliver big losses to investors. In fact, things are looking so bad that I believe you should avoid them at ALL costs.

They're big (and often mistakenly seen as safe) companies that you may very well have in your portfolio right now, or you might be planning to buy them. But I urge you to reconsider, because it could prove disastrous to your wealth. You see, while they seem like good buys on the surface, these stocks are likely to see a lot of trouble over the next few years.

It's our take that the first toxic stock is a well-known company that carries some very real but hidden risk, the second is luring in investors with a big brand name and strong past performance (while the company is now facing serious tailwinds), and the third is slowly getting squeezed out by an American giant that's just come to our shores…

My full analysis, including the company names and ASX tickers for all three toxic companies is in my FREE report Three Toxic Aussie Stocks to Avoid at All Costs.

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This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.