This Cheap Stock Costs Less Than $8 Right Now

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We’ve had a great summer buying up my “cheap stock” picks, with gains like 16% on LYSCF – a stock we owned at $4.25 a share. It doesn’t even have to reach 10 bucks, and we’ll have doubled our money, with plenty of upside potential left.

Today’s recommendation could do even better. It’s a stock in a sector that’s red-hot, and in more ways than one, I’d add: steel.

The entire world’s economy is in the process of bouncing back, albeit unevenly, from the COVID-19-powered haymaker it took in spring 2020, and steel – which plays a part in any recovery – is seeing demand at multi-year highs. That’s one of the reasons why the SLX, the VanEck Vectors Steel ETF, is up nearly 40% year to date.

Of course, SLX will set you back nearly $64 a share today, but the stock I’ve picked out for us today costs nine times less.

More than that, steel and metal demand in this company’s own backyard is seeing double-digit gains this year, so it’s in the perfect position to cash in.

Now you are, too…

You can get even more profit potential for stocks that currently trade for even less. I’m talking about stocks that can go for $3 or $4 each sometimes – part of a rare class of stocks that are producing the market’s biggest gains right now. In fact, the top performers here have seen an exceptional 2,953%… 4,801%… 12,754%… even 22,207% in less than a year. I can show you more about those right here…

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