There's no way to ever offer up a universal "stock to buy now" that will fit every reader's financial situation. Some people are close to retirement, others are just graduating from college, and most are somewhere in between.

Those types of differences, plus your risk tolerance and lifestyle, mean that an appropriate investment for one investor may be ridiculous for another.  So, instead of trying to find a one-size-fits-all investment, The Motley Fool's Brian Stoffel has been doing things a bit differently. For the past three years, he's been describing his own personal situation and letting Fools know what stock he's buying each month for his Roth IRA.

Over the course of this time, Brian's average pick has returned 25%, which is outperforming the broader index by about 3 percentage points. This month, he's returning to one of his favorite investments, a stock he's already purchased three times for his Roth IRA.  

To find out what stock it is, and why he's so excited to be buying in again, take a look at the video below.

Source: LinkedIn.

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