Best Oversold Stocks to Buy Now for May 2022

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Markets and Big Money in the Last Six Months

See, I like to look at data. My research firm, MAPsignals, tracks the Big Money because we believe that’s what tends to move markets. Right now, there’s tons of selling (red bars), but making matters worse is the lack of buying (blue bars):

When red bars run rampant, great names can get crushed. They can become what I call “oversold.” When this happens, even the best stocks can get caught in the selling rush – and that can mean opportunity.

Two sectors that have been getting slammed for a while are financials and technology. So, this is where I’m going to look for the best oversold stocks. These areas beaten down right now, but they tend to be big growers historically, so it’s time to be opportunistic.

There are some great stocks being sold right now in these sectors. They’re fundamentally sound companies with good histories, which means discounts for long-term investors. Here are five stocks seeing lots of red that appear to be near-term oversold: FB, AAPL, GRMN, GOOGL, and V.

Meta Platforms Inc. (FB) Analysis

Up first is Meta, formerly Facebook, which is the social media and advertising heavyweight.

Even though great companies’ stocks can be volatile, like FB over the past year, they’re worthy of attention, especially on pullbacks. Check out Meta:

  • Year-to-date month performance (-37.0%)

  • Recent Big Money sell signals

To show you what our Big Money signals look like on a stock, have a look at all the buys and sells in FB over the past year:

Looking more broadly, Meta has been a high-quality stock for years. The blue bars in the chart below show when FB was a high-ranking stock likely being bought by a Big Money player, according to MAPsignals. When you see a lot of blue, it can be very bullish:


Those blue signals indicate Big Money buying and solid fundamentals. As you can see, Meta’s sales growth and earnings outlook have been strong, making it worthy of attention:

  • 3-year sales growth rate (+28.5%)

  • 2-year vs. 1-year EPS growth rate estimate (+18.5%)

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Analysis

Next up is Apple, the technology giant famous for its iPhones, Mac computers, and more.

Check out these technicals for AAPL:

  • Year-to-date performance (-17.0%)

  • Recent Big Money sell signals

It’s been getting bought and sold, but the uptrend is undeniable:

Now let’s look long-term. Below are the top buy signals for Apple since 2010. The Big Money has been on it for a while:


Let’s look under the hood. As you can see, Apple has had rock-solid, double-digit growth in earnings and owns a nice profit margin:

  • 3-year EPS growth rate (+67.2%)

  • Profit margin (+25.9%)

Garmin Ltd. (GRMN) Analysis

Another growth name is Garmin, the navigation company offering global positioning system and fitness solutions across a wide range of customers.

Strong candidates for growth usually have Big Money buying the shares. Garmin has historically had that. But recently, it’s full of red, which could be an opportunity:

  • Year-to-date performance (-18.0%)

  • Historical Big Money signals

Below are the blue Big Money signals GRMN has made since 2014. That’s the JUICE!


Now let’s dig deeper. Earnings growth for Garmin has been impressive. I expect more of the same in the coming years. Its tiny debt is also encouraging for the future.

  • 3-year EPS growth rate (+16.1%)

  • Debt/equity ratio (1.5%)

Alphabet Inc. Class A (GOOGL) Analysis

Number four on the list is Alphabet, which is a huge tech firm and the parent company of Google.

Here are the technicals important to me:

  • 1-month performance (-16.3%)

  • Historical Big Money signals

Since last winter it’s been on a steep downward slide, with more Big Money selling than buying:

But Alphabet is a Big Money favorite. Below are the Big Money Top 20 buy signals for GOOGL since 2004:


Let’s look under the hood. Despite the price slide, Alphabet sales have jumped quite a bit, and earnings are expected to keep growing:

  • 3-year sales growth rate (+24.0%)

  • 2-year vs. 1-year EPS growth rate estimate (+19.2%)

Visa Inc. (V) Analysis

Our last growth candidate is Visa, the enormous credit card and payment company. Like most financial stocks, it’s not had the easiest year:

Check out these technicals:

  • 1-month performance (-7.9%)

  • Historical Big Money signals

But V is a high-quality stock since it’s made the MAPsignals Top 20 report. As you can see below, it’s been a Big Money favorite for years. Right now, it’s on a bit of a pullback and could be an opportunity:


Now let’s look below the surface a bit. Sales have been growing, it’s highly profitable, and the earnings outlook is solid:

  • 1-year sales growth rate (+10.3%)

  • Profit margin (+49.8%)

  • 2-year vs. 1-year EPS growth estimate (+16.9%)

Bottom Line and Explanatory Video

FB, AAPL, GRMN, GOOGL, and V represent the top oversold stocks for May 2022. They’ve been sold a lot lately…perhaps too much. Strong, fundamentally-sound stocks seeing near-term sell signals are worthy of extra attention because of their long-term potential.

To learn more about MAPsignals’ Big Money process please visit:

Disclosure: the author holds long positions in GRMN, GOOGL, and V in personal and managed accounts.


This article was originally posted on FX Empire