Investing Can Be Fun and Profitable – 3 Discretionary Stocks


Introduction – Investing in Discretionary Stocks

Investing is not always a dreary endeavor; it can also be fun.  This is especially true if you can find fun companies to invest in at attractive valuations.  At least, for me as Mr. Valuation, the most fun I have is when I find great companies at attractive values.  Unfortunately, finding value in such an overheated market like we have today has not been much fun.  Nevertheless, thanks to subscriber Kyle Hulse who directed me to 3 discretionary stocks in the leisure industry I had some fun analyzing them.  Interestingly, they are all that good value and I believe are all poised to grow for the foreseeable future. 

In this video I will look at Polaris Industries (PII) maker of off-road all-terrain vehicles and motorcycles, Winnebago Industries (WGO) maker of motor homes and other recreational vehicles to include boats, and finally Malibu Boats Inc. (MBUU) the industry leader in performance sports boats, 24 to 29-foot stern drive boats, and offshore boats.  Consequently, investing can be both fun and profitable.

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