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Not to alarm you but you’re about to miss an important event.
You see, renowned investor David Gardner revealed his next great stock idea.
And something very particular about David’s pick has some investors buzzing with excitement.
First, let’s take a step back. David issued his first “buy” alert on this stock only 9 months after this company held its IPO and went public.
Shares of this company had only been available to the public for less than a year, and David believed it was the perfect time to make a move on this stock.
Since he first recommended this stock on January 19th, it’s up more than 42% to around $41.54 while the broader market has declined over the same period.
Then, on April 20th, David recommended the same IPO company a SECOND time.
Here’s why this is such an important move:
Usually, David likes to wait and see a company prove itself in the public markets for a few years before recommending investors buy shares, but sometimes, on rare occasions, he believes in a company so much, he pounds the table for investors to act fast and grab shares.
Perhaps no example better highlights this rare conviction like David’s September 1997 recommendation of Amazon.com. Amazon was a small-cap stock that had just gone public on May 15, 1997, when David Gardner first published his detailed, 4,250 word “buy” report on Amazon’s stock AND added shares to his portfolio.
David predicted Jeff Bezos’ vision for Amazon. David told investors “Amazon is about more than just books.”
Amazon had been public for just 4 months when David issued this bold “buy” recommendation but boy, did it pay to listen.
A mere two weeks after David recommended buying shares of Amazon, the stock had already surged more than 41%.
Many investors would be elated with a 41% pop and sell out. Not David.
David refused to sell — fast-forward to today, Amazon’s stock is up a mind-boggling 50,000% — turning every $5,000 invested in Amazon into nearly $2.5 million today.
While you can’t go back in time and invest in Amazon alongside David Gardner, I believe I’m offering you the next best thing…
Which brings me back to the newly IPO’d company David re-recommended — a company with strikingly similar traits to what made David first issue his Amazon call.
First, with a market cap of around $4.5 billion, this stock is a mid-cap.
And like Amazon, this company has been growing like gangbusters!
The company is positioning itself to warrant the label “first order cloud” for its unique service that improves enterprise data security among other things — growing revenue far faster than its rivals in this space.
And in a post-Facebook data scandal world, online security is going to be of paramount concern for businesses large and small.
While enterprise is responsible for the bulk of the company’s revenue today, protecting the customers those companies serve may ultimately be the bigger opportunity.
Even more exciting, the company’s CFO describes this $15 billion market opportunity as “underestimated and underappreciated.”
That’s the type of growth and market opportunity that gets David Gardner’s heart pumping.
Remember the old saying, “the early bird gets the worm” — an ageless mantra reminding us early movers often have the best chance of success.
That’s exactly why David is recommending investors buy shares.
But please note: as of right now, you could miss out because you may not be eligible to access David’s pick.
You see, David Gardner only releases these recommendations to members of his service, Motley Fool Stock Advisor.
Lucky for you, it’s not too late to join, so I’m going to show you the simple steps to secure access today.
It’s very telling that David couldn’t wait any longer to recommend a stock with these unmistakable traits.
And while I would never guarantee David’s recommendation will produce Amazon-like returns, this stock is already up 42% since David first recommended it.
Even though timing isn’t everything, history shows that it can pay to move early on stocks like this one — especially when you consider David’s average pick in Stock Advisor is up 519%! (And yes, that includes all his winners and losers!)
Don’t miss out. There’s still time to get the full story on this remarkable company.
Simply click here to learn how you can unlock the full details behind this new recommendation and join Stock Advisor.
In case you’re strapped for time, I just tested it myself and joining took less than two minutes.
Please don’t delay – click here now to get started.
Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss. Rex Moore owns shares of Berkshire Hathaway (B shares). The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Berkshire Hathaway (B shares). The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
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