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If you are a member of a premium service. Check with their Core companies and Bedt Buy Now recommendations. I would start with a core best buy, then a core buy followed by non-core best buys and then regular buy recommendations.

What you buy as to be tempered by how much you are investing, your risk tolerance, how we'll you understand the company and ressoning behind the recommendation (if you have questions, ask - that's what the boards are here for). You need to also consider your diversification by risk tolerance, market sector, capitalization, investment strategy, etc.

Fuskie
Who thinks if you are subscribed to multiple premium services, you start off with all service's cores, then best buy nows, then regular buys...
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