Congress Turns a Blind Eye to This Virtual Monopoly
By: Eric Bleeker
If you thought the days of monopolies were long gone…well, you’re only about half right.
There’s one company that even Congress has acknowledged is acting as a virtual monopoly. But so far, they’re not doing anything about it!
If you have ever…
…bought a car…
…opened a credit card…
…applied for a mortgage…
…at any point in your life, then it’s likely this one company has profited off you.
That’s because this Silicon Valley data analytics firm has access to some details of your life that Google and Facebook can only dream of.
Now, monopolies are historically bad for innovation and progress. If you’ve ever lived in an area where Comcast was the only internet provider available, you’ll probably understand why.
But this particular company is so essential to American industry that it’s become, in effect, a monopoly.
Because the government knows that if this company disappeared off the face of the earth tomorrow…American business could potentially grind to a halt.
Now, this might be scary for us as citizens. A company with more access to our private data than Facebook or Google, with practically no competition?
But as an investor…well, then things start looking different.
Because this small company, with information that would make the data miners at Google salivate, has a lot going for it:
- it’s 1/100th the size of Google
- Constantly evolved to stay ahead of the market for over 60 years
- 17x growth since 2009 alone
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Returns data as of Feb. 27, 2018. Suzanne Frey, an executive at Alphabet, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Eric Bleeker owns shares of Alphabet (A shares) and Facebook. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Alphabet (A shares) and Facebook. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.