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Past “Bread-and-Butter” Motley Fool U.S. Recommendations Have Secured Remarkable Average Gains of 260%!

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By: Nathan Hamilton

No doubt you’ll want to lean forward in your chair and pay close attention.

Because the Canadian division of renowned investing company The Motley Fool U.S. (three of whose investing newsletters were ranked in The Wall Street Journal as the best performing*) just revealed its next best idea for Canadian investors.

And something very particular about this stock has Canadian investors sprinting to take advantage of this timely announcement.

Because it fits the same unmistakable pattern that has delivered life-changing gains for Motley Fool followers globally.

See, Stock Advisor Canada, Motley Fool Canada’s most popular service, just issued a buy recommendation for a “bread-and-butter” stock.

What’s a “bread-and-butter” stock?

Well, it’s rather ordinary actually. It’s when The Motley Fool recommends buying shares of a certain type of company that sits squarely in its wheelhouse.

What’s extraordinary is the track record The Motley Fool U.S. has amassed sticking to what it knows best.

Heck, the historic track record for similar Motley Fool U.S. recommendations is practically unmatched, like…

  • On June 24, 2004, when recommending shares of a soon-to-be behemoth before the masses caught on — shares are up 939% since.
  • After issuing a buy alert on February 17, 2006 for a game-changing company that now dots the global landscape  — shares are up 242%.
  • And an industry pioneer, whose shares have skyrocketed 124% since being recommended on November 19, 2010.
  • Or a more recent January 22nd 2015 recommendation, which was an early call on a company that’s currently expanding aggressively — shares are up 45% in just over a year!

A $5,000 investment in each of those stocks would be worth $87,730 today, if buying when recommended.

But there’s no need to cherry pick returns.

It’s as simple as this: the average return is a whopping 260% for every “bread-and-butter” stock recommendation inside The Motley Fool U.S.’s five most popular services.

Frankly, with an astounding success rate of 96% for “bread-and-butter” Motley Fool U.S. stocks, chances are the just announced stock that the Stock Advisor Canada team vetted could deliver life-changing gains as well.

Because the team at Stock Advisor Canada fully embraces the same time-tested investing strategies that have led to top Motley Fool performance rankings globally.

And the Stock Advisor Canada team has been eyeing this stock for some time, patiently waiting to fire off a buy alert precisely when the opportunity was simply too good to pass up. That time is now!

But please note: as of right now, you could miss out because you may not be eligible to access this pick.

You see, Motley Fool Canada only releases these recommendations to members of its most popular service, Stock Advisor Canada.

Lucky for you, it’s not too late to join, so I’m going to show you the simple steps to secure access today.

Simply click here to learn how you can unlock the full details behind this new recommendation and join Stock Advisor Canada.

In case you’re strapped for time, I just tested it myself and joining took less than two minutes.

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*The referenced stocks are Buffalo Wild Wings (6/24/04), Starbucks (2/17/06), Panera Bread (11/19/10), and Chuy’s Holdings (1/22/15). Nathan Hamilton owns shares of Buffalo Wild Wings and Starbucks. The Motley Fool U.S. owns shares of and recommends Buffalo Wild Wings, Chuy’s Holdings, Panera Bread, and Starbucks. The Motley Fool U.S. has the following options: short October 2016 $30 puts on Chuy’s Holdings. 96% accuracy language includes all restaurant stock recommendations from Motley Fool U.S. services Stock Advisor, Rule Breakers, Hidden Gems, Income Investor and Inside Value since each services inception. Returns as of May 27th, 2016. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. “Look Who’s on Top Now” appeared in The Wall Street Journal which reference Hulbert’s rankings of the best performing newsletters over a 5 year period from 2008-2013.