Motley Fool Supernova is a cutting edge newsletter service, one that uses Motley Fool Co-founder David Gardner's time-tested collection of growth stocks as building blocks to generate different portfolios and investing strategies. As a premium real-money portfolio service, Motley Fool Supernova offers active recommendations, complete with asset allocation guidance. 

David Gardner (left) founded The Motley Fool with his brother Tom Gardner (right). Image source: The Motley Fool.

The Supernova Universe and you

The Supernova Universe is at the heart of Motley Fool Supernova, consisting of all of David Gardner's active recommendations in Motley Fool Stock Advisor as well as all of the current picks for his Motley Fool Rule Breakers service. Analyst teams then go to work by assembling real-money portfolios with set goals in mind.

David's made some amazing stock picks over the years, and they are now part of the Supernova Universe. He recommended Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) to Fool.com website readers in the mid-1990s, back when it was just focusing on books, CDs, and other media items. Motley Fool Stock Advisor subscribers were treated to David unearthing a relatively new upstart renting out DVDs by mail in 2004. Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) would revolutionize the way we consume streaming video content a few years later. Motley Fool Rule Breakers members were introduced to Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU), shortly after its 2005 IPO. Being China's largest search engine didn't seem like a big deal to most investors back then when the country's online usage was meager, but that has naturally changed over the years as the world's most populous nation loosens up its restrictions and the country's middle class expands.

Amazon, Netflix, and Baidu have gone on to beat the market, doubling several times over in the process. Finding disruptive growth stocks early is great, but many of David's dynamic recommendations of the past continue to pay off years later. Amazon stock went on to double again in 2015. Netflix was the S&P 500's biggest gainer in 2013 and again in 2015.

This doesn't mean that the Supernova Universe is a tribute to the game-changing growth stocks of the past. David is adding new picks to the Supernova Universe every month, scouring the market for the next Amazon, Netflix, and Baidu.  

Making the most out of Motley Fool Supernova

Astronomers and sci-fi buffs will tell you that a supernova is a stellar explosion that briefly outshines an entire galaxy. Motley Fool Supernova's goal is to present members with a healthy diet of stocks that outshine the entire investing galaxy.

There are a couple of actively managed portfolios run by teams of analysts hand-picked by David Gardner, available only to Motley Fool Supernova subscribers. The Phoenix mission is geared for investors who are at or near retirement -- as well as investors who have a lump sum to invest now. The Odyssey mission is ideal for investors that are earlier in their earning cycles, emphasizing a longer time horizon with regular capital contributions of new money. 

Subscribers can also follow the Explorer missions that lean on deep research and expert consensus to fish out monthly recommendations from the Supernova Universe of growth stocks. 

You can be the brightest star

Motley Fool Supernova has only been around five years, but David Gardner and his analyst teams have been generating market-thumping results for decades. It's a newsletter service that gets better with every passing month, as new missions and new Motley Fool Supernova stocks create more opportunities for members to milk more value out of their subscriptions. 

David's universe of winning growth is expanding, making this a great time to see what all of the buzz is about. Click here to learn more about Motley Fool Supernova, and start making the money-making decisions that could put you on path to sustainable wealth. 

The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon.com, Baidu, and Netflix. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.