Dan Harding is a retired police officer who amassed a $6 million fortune with a $30 dollar stock.
Cathy Bowman may be the wealthiest part-time massage therapist in history thanks to one single stock.
And Tracey Keating, a former coffee shop barista, bought a single stock that displayed all three signs and turned every $10,000 into more than $1.3 million.
Each had the chance to make millions with just one stock. Each invested in a different stock. And yet the stocks they chose all exhibited the same three traits.
Jeff Yastine, the Head of Investment Research at Banyan Hill publishing, recently revealed the three key signs for spotting a potential millionaire-maker stock.
Apple, Google and Starbucks displayed each of these three characteristics in spades.
Each has become a global household name.
And each gave Main Street American like Dan, Cathy and Tracey the chance to become One Stock Millionaires.
Now, in this time-sensitive video presentation, Jeff has identified a new company that “is flashing bright GREEN for all three.”
Millions of people across an entire CONTINENT could soon rely on their technology every day to download movies, shop online, post on social media, and much, much more.
Company insiders are buying shares with fervor: more than $20.6 million worth in the past 18 months alone.
And Jeff anticipates they are just a few weeks away from making an announcement that puts them front and center on Wall Street’s radar.
Those who move on this opportunity now stand to make a fortune.
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