1 Stock Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Refuses to Compete With

By: Sean O'Reilly

A stock trader on Wall Street.

There’s one tiny stock that some lucky investors have discovered that Amazon's Jeff Bezos has refused to compete with.

That’s right. There’s one company we believe he has concluded does a BETTER JOB THAN HE CAN.

And once you learn the whole story behind this explosive stock, you won’t believe what you hear.

Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner first recommended the stock to subscribers of his Rule Breakers investing service back in February 2016. Had you invested when it was first recommended by David Gardner and the Rule Breakers team you could have turned $5,000 into $21,500.

To the amazement of practically every analyst out there, this under-the-radar stock has:

  • Managed to grow the number of companies that sell goods on its websites from 84,000 in 2013 to well over 325,000 today (a 287% increase)...
  • Seen the value of merchandise sold across its platform soar from $1.7 billion to $9.8 billion in less than three years' time (a 476% increase)...
  • And as a result, had its yearly revenues jump from just $23.7 million in 2012 to over $258.9 million so far this year (an incredible 992% increase!).

And that’s not the most mind-blowing part of the story. Some of the industry’s top minds believe that this company possesses a massive $22 trillion market opportunity -- 172x bigger than Amazon’s total sales last year!

Amazon even had a direct competitor to this amazing stock, only to shut it down and sign an EXCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIP with this “once-in-a-lifetime” company.

Think about that for a second.

Have you ever heard of Amazon playing NICE and teaming up with a competitor?

After all, this is the same company that:

  • Just bought Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, as a way to bring the fight to traditional brick-and-mortar grocery stores on their home turf.
  • Stole a $6 billion web hosting business right from under Silicon Valley’s nose.
  • Spends over $4.5 billion per year directly competing with Netflix for original streaming content.
  • Has the entire retail sector running scared, wiping away billions of market value in the process.

So now you can see why David Gardner, the man who invested in Amazon.com at a price of just $3 way back in 1997 and has held onto for gains of more than 25,000%, is so excited about this unique opportunity.

Want to know more?

This amazing company has put together an incredible string of successes since its IPO and the market has rewarded early investors. The stock has more than doubled over the last 12 months and I think it’s just getting started.

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John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Sean O'Reilly has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon, Netflix, and Whole Foods Market. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.