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Motley Fool: 3 Top Stocks Under $10

Motley Fool: 3 Top Stocks Under $10

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By    |   Friday, 03 February 2017 11:56 AM

Motley Fool realizes that while savvy investors have to wade through a swamp of undesirable financial opportunities in a volatile and uncertain world, few are "attractive investments."

The Fool recommended these three stocks:

Fitbit (NYSE:FIT)

The Fool cautions that Fitbit is by far the riskiest stock it recommends in a recent article.

“Fitbit has declined sharply since its IPO, and has plunged even further in recent months to less than $6 per share,” the Fool said. "Essentially, an investment in Fitbit at this point is a bet on the company's ability to innovate. While it's entirely possible that 2017 will be as bad as the company expects, I wouldn't be surprised if Fitbit learns from its past and comes up with something truly innovative this year. If it does, Fitbit's stock could certainly rebound to the double digits quickly."

FelCor Lodging Trust (NYSE:FCH)

FelCor is a REIT which invests in upscale and luxury hotels in urban and resort markets. The company currently owns 39 hotel properties with about 11,000 rooms. "FelCor is currently in the middle of some strategic changes designed to boost financial strength and enhance shareholder value."

Cousins Properties (NYSE:CUZ)

Cousins is an office real estate investment trust that was founded in 1958. As of this writing, Cousins has a portfolio of 15.8 million rentable square feet of office space, most of which is located in six markets -- Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Orlando, Tampa, and Tempe. "Cousins produces a top-quality product which allows it to collect higher rent than peers -- 20%-52% more, depending on the market. And in all of Cousins' major markets, employment growth is well above the national average, which should result in rising property value and rental income."

To be sure, markets may remain volatile as Trump will be a demanding leader who applies the best of his negotiating skills to push for U.S. growth, as bestselling author David Horowitz recently predicted to TheStreet.com.

Trump won’t be an ideological purist like Republicans who support free trade but don't fight for fair trade, Horowitz said.

“We've had an anti-business president now for eight years who doesn't take a hard-nosed attitude towards these deals. Trump is going to get better deals for us, which is still free trade.”

Horowitz's new book, "The Big Agenda: President Trump's Plan to Save America," reveals Trump's "first 100 days strategy" to roll back Obama's legislative and executive record.

Horowitz's book is the first book about the Trump presidency and has soared to the top of the Amazon bestseller charts, becoming the No.1-selling book on the web.

Trump will also lead the way in making infrastructure spending to boost the U.S. economy, Horowitz said.

"Big Agenda: President Trump's Plan to Save America" is available at bookstores everywhere – or get your copy on Amazon – Click Here Now

“If the economy grows as it will under Trump, there's going to be a lot more money to spend,” he said.


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Motley Fool realizes that while savvy investors have to wade through a swamp of undesirable financial opportunities in a volatile and uncertain world, few are "attractive investments."
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