Here’s Why Growth Stocks Are Still Undervalued

I’ve been hearing a lot recently about dangerous stock market valuations … and what it means for 2022.

That’s why it’s one of the main themes that you’ll hear about on December 7, at 7 pm ET, during the Early Warning Summit 2022.

You’ve probably seen headlines like the ones below that appeared at and The Motley Fool.

Are U.S. Stocks Grossly Overvalued?

Is the Stock Market Going to Crash Again?

On the surface, this concern makes sense. Looked at historically, stocks do seem overvalued. So, they must be due for a pullback, right?

But the financial media likes nothing more than trying to spook investors. It’s why I don’t believe valuations are as big a concern as the talking heads all want you to believe.

In fact, I’ll go a step further and say that, if anything, growth stocks are still undervalued.

I will explain exactly why on December 7, at 7 p.m. ET, during the Early Warning Summit 2022. I will also describe the catalysts that should keep select growth stocks firing on all cylinders in the longer term. I look forward to seeing you there.

If you’re interested, simply click here to reserve your spot for next Thursday and receive full access to this special video.

Tomorrow, I’ll share another video where Luke Lango sits down with InvestorPlace CEO Brian Hunt and previews his thoughts on how inflation will affect the markets, so please stay tuned!


Louis Navellier

P.S. As we head into 2022, millions of Americans have many unanswered concerns like increasing inflation, a market crash around the corner, government debt, and the potential of a new global lockdown as COVID surges across the world.

On Tuesday, December 7, at 7 p.m. ET, Louis Navellier, Eric Fry and Luke Lango will give you their investing game plan for 2022.

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