Famous money manager Peter Lynch called them "10-baggers" -- stocks that climbed to 10 times the value he paid for them. They're rare but not impossible to find. Especially when you've got Fools for friends.

If you look back over the market's best stocks, you'll find companies that have risen in value over the past decade by 3,000%, 5,000%, and even 24,000%. They're not penny stocks, but viable companies with sound business prospects -- companies that are achieving phenomenal returns every year. You need to pick only one or two monster stocks to have a winning portfolio.

Stalking the monster
So where can we find tomorrow's monster stocks today? At Motley Fool CAPS, we track the opinions of more than 76,000 investors who are working every day to help collectively identify those winners. Thousands of stocks are rated by both novice and professional analysts. The opinions of the best stock pickers are weighted more heavily in determining a stock's CAPS rating of one to the maximum five stars.

Investors at CAPS are rated as well, and we call the best of them All-Stars. We've compiled a list of these top players, who, like Peter Lynch, have already found monster stocks -- companies that have doubled, tripled, or quadrupled in price. Then we've given you some of their recent picks for stocks they consider equally promising.

Player

CAPS
Rating

Monster Stock

CAPS
Score

Recent Stock Pick

CAPS
Rating

sprezzatura

99.95

China Eastern Airlines
(NYSE:CEA)

206.4

SAP (NYSE:SAP)

***

tv5cents

98.63

Onyx Pharmaceuticals
(NASDAQ:ONXX)

394.34

Geokinetics (AMEX:GOK)

****

jobbik

95.50

China Natural Resources
(NASDAQ:CHNR)

404.21

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO)

****

Uberchota

99.9

TBS International

421.96

Ceragon Networks
(NASDAQ:CRNT)

*****

Of course this is not a list of stocks to buy -- or, for those monster stocks that the CAPS All-Stars have already found, to sell -- it's a jumping-off point for doing additional research.

Hauling back to future growth
Wireless phone carriers have typically had to use a wired world to connect their networks from cell towers to the rest of their infrastructure. But Ceragon Networks' "backhaul" solution cuts the cable and allows these networks to work wirelessly, making them easier to use and saving money for the companies.

However, the Motley Fool Hidden Gems recommendation has seen its stock depressed in recent weeks as a result of a 6 million share offering, as well as questions over a patent dispute weighing it down. Will the stock recover, or has Ceragon already seen its best days?

Earlier this year CAPS investor ianlenobel joined more than 1,000 players in rating Ceragon Networks an outperform. In his top bull pitch, he offered a broad analysis of both the business and its value.

They offer an industry-leading value proposition to cellular carriers looking to add capacity (data/video is the driver here) quickly and economically. Their solution is scalable with software changes and significantly more reliable than copper or fiber (99.999). It is cheaper to deploy and often can be up in a matter of days.

Ceragon, unlike its competitors has a competitive advantage. It is capable of addressing the needs of carriers using different access technologies (2G, 3G, IP) with a common platform of products (FibeAir 1500P) -- essentially offering carriers a future-proof solution.

You can read the entire pitch by clicking here. Although written last April, much of what was said remains true today.

A chance for scary growth
Now's the opportunity for you to weigh in on Ceragon Networks or any of the other stocks these All-Stars see as achieving monster growth. Agree with their views? Tell us on CAPS. If you don't agree, let us know that too! If you've got an opinion, then this is the place where your voice counts as much as anyone's. Let's hear if you think these are tomorrow's monster stocks that have been uncovered today.

Ceragon Networks is a Hidden Gems selection. A 30-day, risk-free trial subscription shows you where else the Fool's analysts are hunting for monster growth. Coca-Cola is a Motley Fool Inside Value pick.

Fool contributor Rich Duprey does not have a financial position in any of the stocks mentioned in this article. You can see his holdings here. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.