The Next Canadian Superbrand You’ve Never Heard of…
By: Jordan DiPietro
Identifying the world’s most dominant brands can have massive wealth building implications for individual investors.
Three of the top ten brands in the world, for instance, are Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
Over the last 10 years, Apple has surged by over 833%, Google by over 275%, and Microsoft by over 130%.
Imagine what those type of returns could mean for your portfolio.
Fortunately, inside Motley Fool Stock Advisor U.S., co-founders David and Tom Gardner have been identifying and recommending some of the world’s greatest brands to members for decades.
For instance, they recommended members buy Amazon back in 2002; those who bought the stock are now up over 6,420%.
They recommended Tesla in 2012, and already those members who bought the stock are up over 1,050%… and even as recent as 2013, they recommended Netflix, and members are already up over 380%.
Recognizing high-quality businesses, with tons of growth potential – and then merging that with global brand awareness is an incredibly powerful combination.
That’s why when Iain Butler, Chief Investment Adviser for Motley Fool Canada, found one particularly “hidden” small-cap company that he believes is the “Next Canadian Superbrand”… he had to recommend it to Stock Advisor Canada members immediately.
Since that time, the stock has shot up over 48%.
However, Iain and his savvy team of analysts are quite confident that the real growth is still ahead of this company – after all, as a small-cap company worth less than $980 million, it only has four analysts covering it on Bay Street (for context – Amazon has over 34 covering it!).
It’s time to get in before everyone else catches on!
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financial data as of 6/27/17. Suzanne Frey, an executive at Alphabet, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Teresa Kersten is an employee of LinkedIn and is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. LinkedIn is owned by Microsoft. David Gardner owns shares of Alphabet (C shares), Amazon, Netflix, and Tesla. Tom Gardner owns shares of Alphabet (C shares), Netflix, and Tesla. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Alphabet (C shares), Amazon, Netflix, and Tesla. Jordan DiPietro owns shares of Netflix, Tesla, Amazon.