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Sponsored In 2021, stocks became extremely expensive. Barron's reported that stocks were "literally

Sponsored In 2021, stocks became extremely expensive. Barron's reported that stocks were "literally more expensive than ever." But in 2022, those same tech stocks trading at outrageous valuations have come back down to earth. So where will the big gains come next? My colleague Karim Rahemtulla, Head Fundamental Tactician of Monument Traders Alliance, just presented the answer live onstage. It's a $2 stock he calls ["The Last Great Value Stock."]( This company produced net income of $3.5 billion last year. That's more than Square, Tesla or Disney. Yet it trades at a fraction of their prices. Disney is 35X more expensive. And Tesla is 84X more expensive. As Karim says, [this $2 stock could trade at $50 tomorrow and STILL BE CHEAPER than Disney.]( I don't think there is a single stock trading at a better valuation. The question is... Why? Well... the reason makes perfect sense when Karim lays it out. [As he explains right here]( this company's unusual business model has created a rare situation where it is both cheap and highly profitable. I don't want to spoil the fun. [So check out Karim's free presentation on "The Last Great Value Stock" right here.]( Sincerely, Ryan Fitzwater Associate Publisher, Monument Traders Alliance P.S. The company has a major announcement coming out in the weeks ahead that could make headlines. It may not be $2 for long. [Karim reveals what's coming here.]( This ad is sent on behalf of Monument Traders Alliance. 14 West Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21201. If you would like to opt out from receiving offers from Monument Traders Alliance, please [click here](. --------------------------------------------------------------- This email is a paid advertisement. It is for a product and/or service that is not offered, recommended or endorsed by Wealth Empire, a brand of MediaPub and neither the company nor its affiliates bear responsibility or control over the content of the advertisement and the product or service offered. There is a very high degree of risk involved in trading. Past performance is not indicative of future results. The profits and performance shown are not typical, we make no future earnings claims, and you may lose money. Wealth Empire, a brand of MediaPub and all individuals affiliated with this site assume no responsibility for your trading and investment results. The indicators, strategies, columns, articles and all other features are strictly for communication purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice. Information for any trading observations are obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy, or warrant any results from the use of the information. Your use of the trading observations is entirely at your own risk and it is your sole responsibility to evaluate the accuracy, completeness and usefulness of the information. Your information may be shared with our educational partners. You must assess the risk of any trade with your licensed investment professional and make your own independent decisions regarding any securities or investments mentioned herein. Affiliates of Wealth Empire, a brand of MediaPub may have a position or effect transactions in the securities or investments described herein (or options thereon) and/or otherwise employ trading strategies that may be consistent or inconsistent with the provided strategies. This email was sent to {EMAIL}. Don't want to receive these emails anymore? [Unsubscribe]( Wealth Empire, a brand of MediaPub, 101 Marketside Ave. Suite 404 PMB 318 Ponte Vedra, FL 32081

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