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Every once in a while, we'll find a stock that we love - but at a lower price than it's currently trading.
Our experts will often tell their subscribers to put in a "lowball" order - picking a price so far below the current trading level that it represents a bark-at-the-moon, run-around-your-neighborhood-and-brag-to-your-neighbors kind of bargain. Full Story
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