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"All In" Stock Buy Alert
The “All In” buy signal has happened 92 times over the entire history of Motley Fool Stock Advisor.
The average return of stocks selected with the “All In” buy signal is 592%… crushing the S&P 500 by nearly 4.5x.
There’s a tiny internet company showing this buy signal that sits in the middle of the advertising market - a market that's 10X bigger than the online streaming industry (think Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu).
I am incredibly lucky.
As a long-time tech stock analyst at The Motley Fool, every day I wake up and get the chance help everyday people identify and profit from some of the world’s most promising investment opportunities.
And it’s times of uncertainty and confusion that really open the doors to some of the best opportunities available to investors like you and me.
I'm writing you today to talk about something I believe will change the way you invest forever.
It’s hard to believe, but 2021 marks the 28-year anniversary of the founding of The Motley Fool by those two brothers, David and Tom Gardner.
It’s truly amazing that Tom and David were able to go from publishing an investment newsletter for 300 or so subscribers out of the shed behind David’s house…
To serving millions of hardworking investors like you around the globe from offices in far-flung countries like Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and Japan...
All while navigating the dot.com bubble, the Housing Crisis, and the current environment.
David and Tom have put together a heck of a run. And since I have the luxury of working with them, I know what they’re most proud of is their ability to consistently lead investors to some of the most life-changing investment returns the market has ever seen. I’m talking, of course, about companies like:
Amazon (up 22,394%)
Netflix (up 28,646%)
Nvidia (up 5,072%)
Baidu (up 2,361%)
Salesforce.com (up 3,448%)
Those are actual investment recommendations The Motley Fool has shared with our investing community over the years – and the list goes on!
And that’s why I’m writing this today.
Because this track record, combined with a historically very profitable stock buy signal, could change the way you invest forever.
And that buy signal is flashing right now.
The "All In" Pick
You see, twice every month, the analyst team at The Motley Fool researches a brand-new stock and recommends it to members.
And as you’ve already seen, these picks could lead to life-changing returns.
However, every so often, we come across a stock so good…that we just have to double down on it.
Many of us around the office have come to call this re-recommendation an "All In" buy sign.
And one stock in particular is simply begging for another recommendation.
But this “All In” approach…this isn’t some shot in the dark.
Some last ditch bet at a poker table.
This investing trick is straight from the playbook of one of the greatest investors of all-time: Peter Lynch.
“Selling your winners and holding your losers is like cutting the flowers and watering the weeds,” – Peter Lynch
Here at The Motley Fool, we take that same approach – add to your winners. And this isn’t some everyday occurrence.
But the 92 times it has happened, the results have been spectacular:
Netflix is up 18,831% since The Motley Fool went "All In" in June 2007
Tesla, which received the “All In” buy sign in November 2012, is up 10,715% since.
In fact, across the 92 stocks with this total conviction ... the average return is an astounding 592% … crushing the S&P 500 by over 4.5x!
Which brings us back to our current “All In” candidate. Despite this company’s jaw-dropping success over the past few years, most investors have still never even heard of this company’s name!
The Under-the-Radar Stock
Now of course, we would never tell you to go “all-in” on one stock — our research shows the best way to build lasting wealth is own a diversified portfolio of multiple stocks — 30 or more is great.
But the details behind this tiny little internet company are impressive:
It’s 1/50th the size of Google.
Each one of our previous recommendation is crushing the market.
Its young CEO has already banked $2.3 billion on this stock since its IPO.
This company stands to profit as more and more people ditch cable for streaming TV. And in fact, we believe this company’s crucial technology could represent the final nail in the coffin for traditional cable.
Now this isn’t some competitor to Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime Video as you might expect. Instead, this company sits in the middle of the advertising market, which is more than 10X bigger than the online streaming industry.
In an interview with Tom Gardner and his team, this company’s CEO called the current moment “the most exciting in the history of advertising.”
Of course, any CEO could say that simply to build up hype and push the company’s stock price higher ... but this CEO is putting his money where his mouth is.
He’s betting his fortune – over $2.3 billion – on what he’s calling cable TV’s “ticking time bomb.”
And here’s the real kicker…
Despite this company’s jaw-dropping success over the past few years, most investors have still never even heard of this company’s name!
That’s right, while everyone on CNBC and in The Wall Street Journal is busy talking about blue-chip stocks like Apple and Facebook, this significantly smaller (yet faster-growing!) company is flying almost completely under the radar.
And, while most investors have been busy pouring more money into only these well-known tech stocks, we at The Motley Fool have been doing what the world's greatest investors do — looking for the NEXT stock that could deliver returns of +1,000%, +2,000%, or even +5,000%.
That’s why we've recommended the stock I’ve begun to tell you about today – urging the members of our investment community to buy shares before they potentially take off.
There’s just one catch:
I’m sharing the full details of the stock ONLY with members of The Motley Fool's flagship investing service, Motley Fool Stock Advisor.
Now, if you're not familiar with Motley Fool Stock Advisor service, it’s the award-winning online investing service created to provide easy-to-follow, monthly stock recommendations to individual investors.
That's right! Each and every month, over 1 million investors tune in to discover which stocks we believe investors should be buying shares of today.
Which brings me back to the small, under-the-radar company receiving the “all in” buy signal in today’s market…
Because we want as many investors as possible to potentially profit from this fast-growing stock, we've published a brand-new, comprehensive “buy” report inside Stock Advisor that shows you exactly why this stock is a buy.
Not only does this report dive deep into this “All In” buy recommendation...but you’ll get access to every single “All In” stock ever recommended in Motley Fool Stock Advisor.
Even better, because I’m completely convinced you’ll be impressed by the exclusive research we've put together on this stock, I’ll make sure your one-year Stock Advisor membership is backed by a 30-day 100% membership-fee-back guarantee that allows you to get your money back if you aren’t impressed or ultimately decide Stock Advisor isn't right for you! That's right, you can sign up for a year of Stock Advisor today, get the full details on this stock, and then get your full membership fee back within 30 days if you aren't completely satisfied.
This is your chance to get in early on what could prove to be a very special investment recommendation.
Think about how many investing trends you've missed out on even though you knew they were going to be big.
Don't let that happen again. This is your chance to get in early.
I urge you to take action today and decide for yourself if you want to take advantage of this opportunity. Simply enter your email address below to access our secure sign-up page.
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"All In” average returns as of May 25, 2021. The 92 stock occurrences refer to all re-recommendations inside of Motley Fool Stock Advisor. All other returns are updated during market hours. CEO figures are as of August 15, 2020. John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Eric Bleeker owns shares of Amazon, Baidu, NVIDIA, and Tesla. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon, Baidu, Netflix, NVIDIA, Salesforce.com, and Tesla. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. The Motley Fool respects your privacy and strive to be transparent about our data collection practices. We use your information to customize the site for you, to contact you about your membership, provide you with promotional information, and in aggregate to help us better understand how the service is used. Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss. Privacy/Legal Information.