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Tom Gardner

Tom Gardner

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Fed up with Wall Street's notion that everyday people couldn't comprehend the stock market, Tom Gardner co-founded The Motley Fool in 1993 with a simple obsession: "To help the world invest, better."

Recent articles

The Next Home Run Stock

Tomorrow's huge winners are out there today. The trick is finding them.


Six Signs of a Winner

A look back at the telltale signs of one company's meteoric rise.


Let's Find the Next 60-Bagger

The best investments don't follow a straight line to spectacular returns.


A 20-Bagger in Six Years

The biggest gains come from the smallest stocks.


Danger! Horror! Get Out!

What we avoid in small caps, and why we avoid it.

Finding Lynch's 10-Baggers

The next 10-bagger is out there. The trick is finding it.


One Great Stock

Get your free stock pick while it's hot!


The Next Home Run Stock

Tomorrow's huge winners are out there today. The trick is to find them.


Six Signs of a Winner

A look back at the telltale signs of one company's meteoric rise.


Let's Find the Next 60-Bagger

The best investments don't follow a straight line to spectacular returns.

Finding Lynch's 10-Baggers

There's a method to spotting tomorrow's home runs.


Danger! Horror! Get Out!

What we avoid with small caps -- and why we avoid it.


6 Signs of a Winner

A look back at the telltale signs of one company's meteoric rise.


Let's Find the Next 60-Bagger

The best investments don't follow a straight line to spectacular returns.


Be the Millionaire Next Door

Ed McMahon was right. It really could happen to you -- with a little effort.

A 20-Bagger in Five Years

The biggest gains come from the smallest stocks.


Danger! Horror! Get Out!

What we avoid in small caps -- and why we avoid it.


Finding Lynch's 10-Baggers

There's a method to spotting tomorrow's home runs.


Six Signs of a Winner

A look back at the telltale signs of Progressive Insurance's meteoric rise.


Let's Find the Next 60-Bagger

The best investments don't follow a straight line to spectacular returns.