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Our four ‘next shift’ stocks for a stay-at-home future

By: Jared George

The countdown has begun.

It’s been a long, long, year, hasn’t it? From a quarantine… to a global pandemic… to civil unrest in the US… to market lows… and market highs… it’s no surprise that 2020 is shaping up to be one of the most consequential years in recent history.

But despite the uncertainty and unrest, 2020 has also opened up my eyes to what I think could be one of the most important developments in investing history… one that could lead to a potential $700 billion windfall.

While economic uncertainty due to social distancing and quarantine protocols are still abound, adapting to this new normal has seen some industries boom to massive highs.

E-commerce has seen a decade’s worth of growth in just two months! Remote workers have seen increased flexibility and productivity with the ability to work from home. And with that comes the need for increased IT and security protections. These industries have seen a huge boost as lockdown continues.

And with more than 4 billion people now working from home, experts say this could be a ‘permanent shift’ towards a stay-at-home economy…one where certain stocks could just keep winning.

But the question remains…how do you target these ‘next shift’ stocks? As some lucky companies have reached all-time highs and minted millionaires in the process, others, like J. Crew and Sears, have gone the way of the dodo.

Well that’s where The Motley Fool comes in. Because if you look back over twenty-five years, we’ve been ahead of the curve on several major shifts in the market.

Just think back to 1998, long before the birth of e-commerce. Motley Fool founder and analyst David Gardner recommended that investors scoop up shares of a little-known online book seller called ‘Amazon’ for only $3.19.

Now, Amazon sits at over $3,000 per share.

Or what about 2004, before you would spend an entire weekend binging Ozark or Stranger Things on Netflix. David and his brother Tom Gardner both recommended US Stock Advisor investors buy shares of small video rental company, leading to 35,102% returns for fortunate investors who followed the guidance.

And finally, in 2007, when Apple was still capitalizing on iPod and MacBook sales, David recommended US Stock Advisor members buy shares of the Cupertino-giant.

BEFORE the introduction of the iPhone.

Imagine having that type of information to invest in a generational technology BEFORE it hits Main Street…

Well, I’m writing this now because now here in Canada I’m seeing similar signs to the US market in 1998… 2004… and 2007…

A generational shift in the market that is simply waiting for investors to strike…before it’s too late.

Which is why Iain Butler and the team here at Motley Fool Canada have prepared a full analysis on this ‘next shift’ in the market – including four companies we think could be front-and-center in this stay-at-home revolution for Canadians.

There’s just one catch:

Iain is sharing the details of these ‘next shift’ stocks ONLY with members of The Motley Fool Canada’s flagship investing service, Stock Advisor Canada.

Now, if you’re not familiar with Stock Advisor Canada, this is the online investing service Iain created to provide easy-to-follow, monthly stock recommendations to individual investors.

That’s right! Each and every month, over 50,000 investors tune in to discover which stocks Iain and team believe investors should be buying shares of today.

Even better, because we’re completely convinced you’ll be impressed by the exclusive research Iain and his team have put together on these stocks, we’ll make sure your Stock Advisor Canada membership is backed by a 100% membership-fee-back guarantee that allows you to get your money back if you aren’t impressed or ultimately decide Stock Advisor Canada isn’t right for you!

That’s right, you can sign up for Stock Advisor Canada today, get the full details on these ‘next shift’ stocks, and then get your full membership fee back if you aren’t completely satisfied.

This is your chance to get in early on what could prove to be four very special investment recommendations.

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 potentially once-in-a-generation buying opportunity.

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Returns updated regularly during market hours. John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. David Gardner owns shares of Amazon. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss.