1 Company You're Not Allowed to Buy (And How to Profit Anyway)
At The Motley Fool, we've long advocated buying companies, not stocks. That means acting like a business owner and buying slices of companies you would want to own in their entirety.
One of my favorite businesses is Trader Joe's. The combination of a quirky atmosphere, tremendous food, expanding stores, and high sales per square foot have me captivated. Every time I shop at one of its locations, I admire how it achieves so much (an estimated $1,750 in sales per square foot) in such a small space.
Unfortunately Trader Joe's remains a private company, owned by the Albrecht family trust in Germany.
That sent me on a mission to find a company that could match Trader Joe's incredible operations that i could own, and I found it.
It was hiding in plain sight, and it's been identified as one of the 3 Companies Ready to Rule Retail. You may be familiar with this all-star operator, but I bet you'll be stunned at what an incredible operator it is, and how much more growth it has left. You can read more about all three companies, 100% free today. Just click here to read more.
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