Motley Fool Issues Rare Triple-Buy Alert

Motley Fool Issues Rare Triple-Buy Alert

I consider myself blessed…

As an Investing Analyst at The Motley Fool, every day I wake up and get the chance to live my lifelong dream — help everyday investors like you identify and profit from the world’s most promising investment opportunities.

It’s hard to believe, but 2021 marked the 28-year anniversary of the founding of The Motley Fool!

Of course, there have been more than a few changes around here during that time. Like the fact that we’ve gone from publishing an investment newsletter for 300 or so subscribers out of the shed behind our founders’ house…

To serving millions of hardworking investors like you around the globe from offices in countries as far-flung as Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Japan.

It’s been a heck of a run — but what I’m most proud of is our ability to consistently lead investors like you to some of the most life-changing investment returns the market has ever seen. I’m talking, of course, about companies like:

  • Amazon – up 21,415since we recommended on 9/6/2002
  • Netflix – up 27,723since we recommended it on 12/17/2004
  • Nvidia – up 12,248since we recommended it on 4/15/2005
  • Booking Holdings – up 9,193since we recommended it on 5/21/2004
  • Shopify  up 4,535since we recommended it on 7/15/2016

These are actual investment recommendations we have shared with The Motley Fool community over the years – and the list goes on and on!

But I’m not here to take a victory lap or make you feel bad if you missed out on any of these huge gains…

Instead, I’m writing you today to talk about something I believe could change the way you invest forever.

More specifically, I’ve stumbled upon an under-the-radar stock I believe could be one of the greatest discoveries of my time as a professional investor.

This company is so incredible that it actually reminds me of Berkshire Hathaway – Warren Buffett’s company that grew from being a tiny microcap stock into a massive $550 billion behemoth over the past 50 years.

In fact, anyone who got in early on Buffett’s company and held on turned a mere $1,000 into more than $16 million!

Think about that for a moment… What would you do with $16 million? You’d finally arrive at the place you’ve dreamed of… whether that means a new house, more travel, or an early and fun retirement.

If you’re like many hardworking Americans I’ve met over the years, you don’t want to miss out if another opportunity like that comes along.

With that in mind… what if we could find the next Berkshire Hathaway… a company with the same smart leadership that uses Buffett’s disciplined, commonsense approach of leveraging the insurance business to buy other stocks, bonds, and entire companies? A company with a knack for finding winners in “obvious” places that most people miss?

Well, I believe we have found a practically perfect “mini-Berkshire.”

And I’m so confident in this company that we’ve already recommended it three times to members of The Motley Fool investing service… and that’s something that just doesn’t happen very often.

And here’s why I believe this stock is so attractive today…

While Berkshire is now probably too big to achieve the massive gains it saw in the past, this new company is not: It’s only 1/30th the size of Berkshire… and therefore I believe has much more growth potential.

What’s more, this mini-Berkshire’s CEO is a charismatic investor and a proven winner: Since the business started 30 years ago, his company’s stock has risen more than 13,000%!

But I must again state the electrifying part of all this: They’re still tiny compared to Berkshire.

With its nearly $550 billion market cap, Berkshire Hathaway is gigantic… It’s simply too big to grow the way it has in the past. But our mini-Berkshire, on the other hand, is just 1/30th the size!

If it continues to imitate Berkshire Hathaway in performance as well as style, its future gains could be astonishing.

Look, I understand this may all sound too good to be true…

Which is exactly why I want to show you the hard numbers behind this incredible stock and invite you to hear more about this strategy directly from me and my team of analysts – that way you can decide for yourself if you want to buy shares of this tiny (yet fast-growing) company for your portfolio.

There’s just one catch:

I’m sharing the 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, it’s the award-winning online investing service designed to provide easy-to-follow, monthly stock recommendations to individual investors… from beginners to experts.

That’s right! Each and every month, over 1,000,000 investors tune in to discover which stocks we believe investors should be buying shares of today, and then follow our calm, long-term approach that lets us sleep well at night.

So, due to the potential of this company, we put together a painstakingly researched report that shows you why this one stock could be a “buy.”

It reveals the reasons why we think every forward-thinking investor should be paying close attention to this revolutionary new industry and what might be a potentially life-changing investment opportunity.

This report is free to you when you sign up for Stock Advisor today.

Do you know which stock we’re talking about?

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Returns are updated during market hours. John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Tom Gardner owns shares of Netflix and Shopify. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway (B shares), Booking Holdings, Netflix, NVIDIA, and Shopify. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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