5 ASX Stocks Under $5
We hear it over and over from investors, “I wish I had bought Pro Medicus or Netflix when they were first recommended by the Motley Fool. I’d be sitting on a gold mine!” And it’s true.
With the recent explosion in interest with the stock market, it’s important to remember why we’re long-term investors:
If you had invested in Pro Medicus on in March 2015, when we sent a “buy alert” at $1.48 per share, you would have seen it grow 59% per year. That’s an amazing total return of 2,688%.
Or if you had invested in Netflix on 26 July 2012 when we recommended it at $US8.42 per share, you would have seen that investment grow 37% per year. A total return of 2,129%.
Those are actual investment recommendations that have been shared with The Motley Fool community over the years – of course not all our picks have done as well – Those recommendations are two of our best performers. We think you should know not every stock pick goes up… Some go down.
That’s why we recommend diversifying and buying several stocks.
And while Pro Medicus and Netflix have had a good run, we think these 5 other ASX stocks are screaming buys. And you can buy them now for less than $5 a share!
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