We released November’s Most Dangerous Stocks report to the public today.

All Most Dangerous Stocks reports published in August or earlier are now free. Access here.

The Dangerous Stocks (-1.3%) fell less than the S&P 500 (-2.7%) and underperformed as a short portfolio last month.
Most Dangerous Stocks have misleading earnings, which means reported earnings are rising while true economic earnings are declining.

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