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You probably already know this: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has racked up amazing, life-changing returns over its 50-year history. Anyone who got in early and held on turned a mere $1,000 into more than $12 million!

Think for a moment... of what you'd do with $12 million. You'd finally arrive at the place you've dreamed of... whether that means a new house, more travel, or an early and fun retirement.

If you're like me, you don't want to miss out if another opportunity like that comes along.

With that in mind... what if we could find the next Berkshire Hathaway... a company with the same smart leadership that uses Buffett's disciplined, commonsense approach of leveraging the insurance business to buy other stocks, bonds, and entire companies? A company with a knack for finding winners in "obvious" places that most people miss?

Tom Gardner, CEO of The Motley Fool, believes he has found the perfect "mini-Berkshire." He's confident enough in this company that he has recommended it three times to his members... and that's something that just doesn't happen very often.

And when the Fools rerecommend a stock, they say it's "a sign of extra confidence in a company we already know well."

But here's the most astounding news to me:

While Berkshire is now probably too big to achieve the massive gains it saw in the past, this new company is not: It's only 1/30th of Berkshire's size... and therefore has much more growth potential.

What's more, this mini-Berkshire's CEO is a charismatic investor and a proven winner: Since the business started 30 years ago, his company's stock has risen more than 11,000%!

But I must again state the electrifying part of all this: They're still tiny compared to Berkshire. Just take a look at this chart:

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With its nearly $500 billion market cap, Berkshire is gigantic... the sixth-largest company on all U.S. stock exchanges. It's simply too big to grow the way it has in the past. But our "mini-Berkshire," on the other hand, is just 1/30th the size!

If it continues to imitate Berkshire Hathaway in performance as well as style, its future gains could be astonishing.

The triple-buy recommendation I mentioned comes from The Motley Fool, but they will only release the pick only to members of their Stock Advisor service. 

Luckily, it's not too late to join, so I'm going to show you the simple steps to secure access today.

Even though timing isn't everything, history has shown that it can pay to move early on stocks like this one -- especially when you consider the average pick in Stock Advisor is up 386%. 

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Returns data as of July 23, 2018. Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss. Rex Moore owns shares of Berkshire Hathaway (B shares). The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Berkshire Hathaway (B shares). The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.