Is there a board that addresses growth stocks at a reasonable price? Thanks.


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We have several boards that discuss Value investing, but growth stock discussions are more limited.

Best is probably Saul’s Investing:… But beware they are strict about what can be posted there. So perhaps lurk for a while before joining in the discussion.

Others I like–

New Paradigm Investing:

METAR: Broad spectrum economics but also discusses stocks.

Free For All Economics: Another broad one but less restrictive.

Destiny Solutions Corporation.… PeregrineTrader has taken it over with frequent stock postings.

Berkshire Hathaway. Buffett is a value investor but its an active board with various stock comments.

I’m sure there are others that can be added to the list. These are the ones I know about.

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Thank you, Pauleckler! I appreciate this very thorough listing. I will surely find answers there.



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Hi, joesgirl80.

Often the reason some Fools look at lower priced stocks is because the market prices of higher conviction opportunities are seen as too expensive. But many brokerages today allow fractional investing, and a good high conviction growth company is worth saving up for. Even if you only can afford a single share, it’s the value of that share that is important. A single share of a $500/share priced high conviction company is worth saving up for compared to 500 shares of a $1/share company with questionable qualities.

One trap many fools fall into is thinking too much about how many shares they own and not enough about the value of those shares. They think they are somehow doing better buying a lot of shares of cheaply priced stocks rather than just a few shares of more expensive companies.

But the market price of a share of stock is completely dependent on the total market value of the company divided by the number of outstanding shares. The higher the market value, the higher the stock price. The more outstanding shares, the lower the stock price. However, neither market value nor the size of the shareholder pool is a measure of business performance of the company.

Regardless of whether you own 1000 shares at $1 per share, 100 shares at $10 per share, 10 shares at $100 per share or 1 share at $1000 per share, you still own $1000 of that company, and if the share price goes up 10%, you’ve gained $100 any way you split it.

If there’s a company in which you would really like to invest but is too expensive for your available cash and fractional investing is not an option with your brokerage, just wait until you can save enough for a share. There’s nothing wrong with that. The company isn’t going anywhere and there will still be plenty of potential for significant gains over the next 3-5 years (or longer).

The trick to investing without a lot of money is to start off small, setting aside a little cash each week, each pay period, each month. Most of us think we need more cash than we actually do - and will spend more because we have it. This is one of the reasons 401k plans work so well - they ensure that portfolios receive a consistent influx of cash. Being able to adopt a disciplined approach to consistently saving money to invest is essential to a long and successful investing journey.

Who cautions that seeking cheaply priced stocks instead of focusing on high conviction companies will likely result in lower quality returns…

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