4 Pullback Stocks We Think Are On Sale Now

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

Sometimes it pays to wait for a pullback.

Our team of analysts at Motley Fool Share Advisor have compiled a list of four stocks whose prices tanked from recent market sentiment — but that, in our opinion, have strong fundamentals and growth catalysts that could set them up for a lot of future success.

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