Don’t Regret Not Investing
There’s a lot of financial planning and investing that can be intimidating. But you don't need to know all the ins and outs of the stock market to make sound financial decisions about investing. You do, however, need to know where to look for the smartest and most reliable information. Which is exactly what The Motley Fool is known for.
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Now, there's a tiny internet company showing this buy signal which sits in the middle of the advertising market—a market that's 10x bigger than the online streaming industry (think Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu). Despite this company's initial success and room to grow, most investors have still never even heard of it. Which is why these experts say now's the time to buy.
* Returns as of 12/5/21. Note that past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss.
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