How to Find Bargain-Priced ASX Superstars after a Big Sell-Off

Every now and then, the market gifts you a chance to buy high-quality Aussie stocks for a massive bargain.

And after the ASX’s recent falls… NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO DO EXACTLY THAT.


The question is, how can you assess which stocks offer you the maximum value…at a huge discount? You’re about to find out…

In an illuminating new 2022 investing guide, leading ASX veteran Greg Canavan reveals a modern twist on the time-tested traditional strategy of valuing a business for today’s volatile markets.

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It’s understandable if you’ve been spooked recently when it comes to stock investing…

High inflation numbers…talk of rate hikes…and the worst start to any year for global stock markets since 2008…

And then there was Friday’s (11 February 2022) shakeout in the ASX — a 1% fall in a single day.

But listen…while all that may be unsettling…now is not the time to be scared.

It’s the time to be GREEDY.

People tend to think that if a stock falls dramatically in price, it deserved it.

Often, that’s the case.

But sometimes really good stocks sell off simply because EVERYTHING is getting panic sold.

That creates an opportunity to add some serious bargains to your portfolio. You just need to know how to identify them…

You see, long-term bull markets in stocks do not die of old age. They die because the fundamentals change. And in Australia’s case, that hasn’t happened yet.

Take interest rates, for example. Many people are worried that the start of rate hikes means the end of rising stock prices.

But this isn’t true.

Think about it…

When central banks raise rates, it’s usually because they want to cool an overheating economy. But it takes time for that to happen…and for the stock market to react.

What you really want to watch for is when central banks STOP raising rates.

That’s the real sign that central banks have gone too far…and a true bear in stocks is much more likely.

But that time isn’t now.

We have a long way to go before rates are deemed ‘too high’…and that means the long-term bull market in stocks likely has a lot higher to go.

So while everyone panics and sells their stocks at the mere reporting of rate hikes…treat these sell-offs as a gift.

It’s a chance for you to buy some truly great long-term stocks for some great prices.

The real question is: how can you judge which stocks are best positioned to take advantage of market sell-offs?

That is exactly what stock market veteran Greg Canavan’s latest report shows you how to do.

Download your free copy of ‘How to Find Bargain-Priced ASX Superstars after a Big Sell-Off’ today and you’ll discover:

  • A valuation strategy that’s stood the test of time: Learn how to apply a tried-and-tested valuation system inspired by Warren Buffett. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing how to assess a company’s profitability (and you’ll also discover that all this method takes is a bit of high school maths!).
  • How to accurately assess value in the stock market: The volatility of the markets today renders everyday shareholders like you immensely vulnerable. But if you can learn how to measure a company’s value, you’ll have an edge over the markets that many investors are still yet to grasp…
  • The required rate of return to make it all worth it: Buying shares in a company is never risk free. Lots of things can go wrong…but luckily, there are ways to compensate for this risk. In this report, Greg will show you a smart way to do this.
  • How to ramp things up a notch: Return on equity is a golden number to look out for when valuing a business in today’s markets. Discover the different types of capital, what this means for your investments, and how to make a more informed decision moving forward…
  • Why value investing is still relevant today: Learn why, amidst a world of fashionable growth and momentum-driven styles of investing, knowing how to value a business is still one of the most important ways to weigh up the potential of stocks within your portfolio in 2022.

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You’ll discover the fundamentals of valuing a company — how to do it, why you should do it, and simple, time-honoured ways to back up your next investment decision and take advantage of market sell-offs to build future wealth for you and your family.

You’ll learn simple way to value a company (so easy that a high school maths student could figure it out), as well as the reasons why value-based investing is more important today than ever.

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