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Step Out of Your Investing Comfort Zone: Buying High-Priced Stocks

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Our latest email report, "Going Outside Your Investing Comfort Zone" provides a brief update to this week's Amazon (AMZN) and Google (GOOGL) post. Namely, the question of how to step up to the plate and buy such high-priced stocks as they cross the $100, $200, or even the rarefied $1,000 per share mark.

Here is an excerpt from our latest email update: 

"...Now, I am slowly retraining myself to act on my analysis, even when it comes to buying very "high-priced" shares such as AMZN, PCLN, etc. As I remind myself lately, you don't need to take on a very large position, just buy a few shares and participate in the uptrend..." 

"...While writing today's update, I had a chance to look back on a prior AMZN post and a big missed opportunity in the stock.

What could I do to remedy this lack of follow-through in the future?

Confronting my past inhibitions, I decided to take action and buy another "high-priced" stock. One that has popped up in my chart scans and is trading well north of $100 per share..."

You can read the full story and learn how I've started to move outside of my "investing comfort zone". You may be inspired to take action and redefine your own investing boundaries!

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