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Bid-Asked Spread (aka "Bid-Offer Spread")
In any securities transaction (even on an electronic exchange) there is a prospective buyer who puts out a “bid” price at which he will buy the security and a prospective seller who offers to sell the security at the offer or asking price. The spread is the amount by which the ask (or offer) price exceeds the bid.
George Putnam has suceessfully invested in distressed companies for nearly 30 years and The Turnaround Letter's market-beating returns demonstrate the profit potential. He knows all the pitfalls, too--which he shares in this free report!
Distressed Investing Blog
With all the volatility in the stock market this year, many investors probably find themselves holding some stocks in which they have sizable losses. By selling those losers, you can use the losses to offset taxable gains that you may have realized during the year.
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2015 Stock Profit
George Putnam's Turnaround Letter has enjoyed market-beating returns for nearly 30 years now and 2015 is no different: 10 of this year's 12 sale recommendations have seen increases--with four of those 100% or higher. Despite recent stock market turbulence, 2015's closed out stock picks have realized an average gain of 69% thus far.
The chart below reflects The Turnaround Letter's past five sale recommendations.
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