2 Dirt-Cheap Robinhood Stocks That Could Skyrocket

Cheap stocks are often cheap because of poor financial performance. But sometimes savvy investors can find diamonds in the rough that can bounce back from past challenges. Ford Motor (NYSE:F) and Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) are two dirt cheap stocks that enjoy compelling catalysts for long-term success. Let’s dig a little deeper to find out why both companies could make great additions to your portfolio.

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Ford Motor: A more profitable lineup

With a market cap of just under $29 billion compared to 12-month revenue of $118.61 billion, Ford has a price-to-sales (P/S) multiple of 0.24 — lower than fellow automakers General Motors and Tesla, at 0.4 and 16.56, respectively. Ford generates a lot of revenue, but its low top-line valuation makes sense. Sales don’t mean much if they don’t lead to sustainable profits. That’s why the company is working hard to boost its margins by improving

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Why Warren Buffett’s Protege Just Bought This Dirt-Cheap Brick-and-Mortar Retailer

Looks as if one of Warren Buffett’s two younger lieutenants at Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B) just made a la.rge deep-value investment. Ted Wechsler, who joined Berkshire in 2011, recently disclosed that he had personally bought 1.08 million shares of Dillard’s (NYSE:DDS), the beleaguered department store, good for 5.89% of its outstanding shares. We don’t know exactly when Wechsler had been buying, though we do know that he crossed the 5% mark on Sept 29, necessitating a filing. Of note, Wechsler made this purchase personally, and not as part of Berkshire’s equity portfolio.

Dillard’s had seen relatively lackluster business even before COVID-19 hit, which caused an even bigger drop in sales. Moreover, the company was removed from the S&P MidCap 400 Index in June, as its market cap plunged below $1 billion after the stock has fallen a whopping 43% this year.

So what has Wechsler believing Dillard’s is a

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