Enough about GameStop, Robinhood and the current trading frenzy.

Time to get back to the good old-fashioned hunt for stocks that can return 100-fold over a long period of time. They’re not as rare as you might think.

There were 365, 100-baggers between 1962 and 2014, according to Chris Mayer, co-founder and Portfolio Manager at Woodlock House Family Capital.

He’s also the author of 100-Baggers: Stocks That Return 100-to-1 and How to Find Them.

In this conversation, Mayer takes us through the essential principles investors need to find super winners.

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