Could right now be one of the greatest stock market opportunities?
As the world begins to emerge from lockdowns, we think this year could represent one of the greatest rebuilding opportunities in our lifetime.
And when Motley Fool Share Advisor boasts stock picks like…
- Netflix recommended in July 2012 has grown 42% per annum (Total return 5,270%)
- ResMed Inc. recommended in May 2013 has grown 18% per annum (Total return 474%)
- Amazon recommended in February 2012 has grown 27% per annum (Total return 1,542%)
- Corporate Travel Management recommended in August 2012 has grown 22% per annum (Total return 864%)
… It could pay to listen. Of course, not every recommendation has such success, we've had our share of losers too but this is a glimpse of what our expert team of analysts is seeking for our members.
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