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By John, December 9, 2020

Would this be nice to stick $1000.00 to $10,000.00 down for you bigger investors. I’m not there yet but if we can find this, we’ll, maybe!
These are actual investment recommendations my brother David and I have shared with The Motley Fool community over the years – and the list goes on and on!

But I’m not here to take a victory lap or make you feel depressed if you missed out on any of these huge gains…

Instead, I’m writing you today to talk about something I believe could change the way you invest forever.

More specifically, I’ve stumbled upon an under-the-radar stock I believe could be one of the greatest discoveries of my 25 years as a professional investor.

This company is so incredible that it actually reminds me of Berkshire Hathaway – Warren Buffett’s company that grew from being a tiny microcap stock into a massive $550 billion behemoth over the past 50 years.

In fact, anyone who got in early on Buffett’s company and held on turned a mere $1,000 into more than $16 million!

Think about that for a moment… What would you do with $16 million? You’d finally arrive at the place you’ve dreamed of… whether that means a new house, more travel, or an early and fun retirement.

If you’re like many hardworking Americans I’ve met over the years, you don’t want to miss out if another opportunity like that comes along.

With that in mind… what if we could find the next Berkshire Hathaway… a company with the same smart leadership that uses Buffett’s disciplined, commonsense approach of leveraging the insurance business to buy other stocks, bonds, and entire companies? A company with a knack for finding winners in “obvious” places that most people miss?

Well, I believe I have found a practically perfect “mini-Berkshire.”

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