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If every stock on the scorecard dropped 20%, which one (and only one) would you buy?

I'd go with Sprott or GMR. Sprott seems to be built for recessionary times, and GMR (if it does not go bust) seems well-managed and it sells a service that we will eventually need again. GMR is certainly riskier, and I think it is a much longer term play; if the economy crashes, it may take a few years for GMR to generate a healthy return to investors. The question is whether GMR could last that long in lean times.
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