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To buy an outperform stock?

Do you buy a stock if it says outperform and how long do you keep it if you do buy it

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You should never buy a stock based on a analyst rating such as "outperform" stock. A analyst's rating is just one thing to take note of when buying a stock.

However, for the most part these ratings should be completely ignored in my opinion since analysts are typically late to the party in designating a stock "outperform" or "underperform". They will usually not change a rating until it's too late, and the stock has dropped significantly in price.

Do not invest in a stock, based on these ratings alone.

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