Would you rather have bought Amazon shares for US$4.70 in December 1999, or US$0.36 in September of 2001?

Both purchases would have seen tremendous growth — a $1,000 investment in December 1999 would be worth US$28,738 today.

And a $1,000 purchase when Amazon pulled back in September 2001 would be worth US$375,194.

Sometimes it pays to wait for a pullback.

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Oh, and PS: One of the companies in the report? It's seen a slight pullback compared to the others. Last time it dropped that much was during the covid crash of 2020, where it fell 29%. Astonishingly, after that pullback it rallied to an all-time high, up 178%. And right now, the same company is buying up its own shares. Take from that what you will...

Warren Buffett says, "Be greedy when others are fearful".

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