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4 Top Turnaround Value Stocks In 2022

Apr. 01, 2022 7:03 PM ETCRSR, WBD, META, INTC7 Comments
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  • Chaos and uncertainty rule the markets in 2022 as investors flee popular growth stocks in pursuit of safer heavens.
  • The highly troublesome year caused many investors to go back to the one thing that matters, fundamentals.
  • The investment philosophy made famous by the likes of Graham and Buffett comes back in style once more.
  • Today we are taking a quick look at four interesting value stocks that have a chance to supercharge your returns in 2022.

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Broader markets have been on a downturn for the better part of the last two quarters as 2022 proves a troublesome year for investors. Issues surrounding surging inflation, an ongoing supply chain distribution, and upcoming rate hikes had

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Comments (7)

NIce article, now which one will do the turnaround. I suppose I would bet on Disc first.

Intel, they have a new CEO who is a Lou Holtz rah rah guy, and the rah rah actually helps its stock prices. The best thing Intel has going for it is that semiconductors are in a slow down phase so they get an extra year to catch up with AMD. But fabrication plants with US worker costs ????? I dunno, sounds like a recipe for high costs to me.

FB has already had its rally. A lot of people just dont like facebook, and the Apple thing, and the Meta thing, I dont know if they can grow it like they want. To me facebook is fine, until you use it too much and then you tire of it. thats my pauz

Nice article tho, I think you make major points.
Just the Millionaire next door profile picture
INTC still a couple of years away and may never get back to where they were.
@Just the Millionaire next door

yeah and the hype coming out of this CEO reminds me of Lou Holtz,, rah rah rah we are the best.
Moats and Income profile picture
Spot on with DISCA/newco…:))
Money&Money,LLC profile picture
I absolutely agree on DISC newco.......Agree also, on INTC but it may take a bit longer than a year......T is my 3rd choice
The article implies that Apple changed its privacy policy to hurt FB, I don't think that's true -- Apple said it was to enhance user privacy.

Still the same it really cut into there profits. I dont like Facebooks marketplace stuff, its too disorganized. Craiglist is still better.
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