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The 8 Most Expensive Stocks Worth Buying in 2021

Investors usually don’t go looking for the most expensive stocks in the market. But, in recent years, that strategy actually has paid off well. This has been a market that has focused on growth over valuation. Whether due to low long-term interest rate expectations, a savvy understanding of “megatrends” in key sectors, or something close to a bubble, investors haven’t sold the most expensive stocks at the top. They’ve generally kept buying. Indeed, some of the market’s biggest winners of the past few years have been the likes of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) and Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU). None of those stocks looked particularly cheap to begin with. All the way up, skeptics (on occasion, myself included) voiced concerns about valuations, but long-term bulls have generated enormous returns.InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips It’s up for debate whether that trend holds. Again, with so many sectors offering explosive opportunities, there is a case for buying growth at almost any price. There’s an equally reasonable case that at some point, valuation has to matter, and that such a point is on the horizon. 7 Overvalued Stocks Investors Just Don’t Get Tired Of For investors who retain their optimism, there are expensive stocks (if not necessarily the most expensive stocks) that still can provide quality returns from this point. Here are eight of those potential winners: Luminar (NASDAQ:LAZR) Cloudlfare (NYSE:NET) Fastly (NYSE:FSLY) Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) Bandwidth (NASDAQ:BAND) Snap (NYSE:SNAP) Canada Goose (NYSE:GOOS) (NASDAQ:AMZN) Most Expensive Stocks Worth Buying: Luminar (LAZR) Source: JHVEPhoto/ At this point, there are basically no growth stocks

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