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When you subscribe to a service, you need to trust their recommendations. If not, you are in the wrong service.

Presumably you are a growth investor looking for increased value mostly through earnings growth.

If resources are limited so you can't invest in all recommendations, you probably should base your choices on odds of success. Is the company profitable? When will they be profitable? What is the price earnings ratio. How large are debts?

The bottom line is do you believe their growth plans are likely to succeed. In time you will learn what matters in your case.

Otherwise flip a coin. No easy answers.
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