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.
How the Coffee Can Portfolio Can Reward You with 100-Baggers