Investors lining up for what could be significant gains ahead on this little-known "prime takeover target."
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With stock market uncertainty in full swing, intelligent investors look to be once again turning to smaller ASX mining stocks…
Where one little-known software business is not only growing like gangbusters by riding on the coat-tails of a massive mining boom…
But unlike some of the larger and more well known high-flying ASX tech stocks, this hidden gem is also trading on what one leading fund manager thinks could be a dirt cheap valuation.
And here's the kicker… that same leading fund manager is on record as saying this same little-known ASX tech stock is a prime takeover target… something that could see its share price fly higher much sooner than might otherwise be expected.
The expert stock pickers at The Motley Fool think we're only in the very early stages of this company's trajectory, which means there could potentially be lots more profit ahead for investors who are prepared to take action now.
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